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Lady Panthers take late lead on free throws, hold on to beat Manhattan 60-58

Morgan Harwood of Great Bend pulls up for a jumper along the baseline against Manhattan.

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There was no clear winner until the buzzer sounded.
On free throws from Kaylie Doll, Great Bend High School’s girls’ basketball team took a 60-58 lead with 7.2 seconds left against Manhattan.
Regan Unruh poked the ball out of the Lady Indians’ hands as they crossed mid court and the Lady Panthers scooped up the loose ball to secure the win 60-58 win on Saturday afternoon at the Panther Fieldhouse.
“It’s nice Kaylie Doll stepping up and hitting two big free throws right there at the end,” GBHS head coach Carrie Minton said. “It’s that maturity ...

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