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Lufkin Panthers 79 Palestine 46

Nice win and good to be back in Panther Gym.

Next game Sat. November 30th vs The Woodlands

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Longview boys 64, Lufkin 59 — Zay Shankle scored 13 points, but the Longview Lobos had a late surge to take a 64-59 win over the Lufkin Panthers in non-district action in Longview Tuesday night.

Jackson Parks and Natron Wortham added 9 points apiece for Lufkin in its first loss of the season.

Other Lufkin scorers were Jordan Moore (8), Christian Reggie (7) and KaVorick Williams, Hunter Jones and T.K. Scott (3).

Phillip Washington led Longview with 23 points, while Chase Glasper had 20.

Other Longview scorers were Zion Stanley (8), Malik Henry (4) and Kybrian Jackson Jamerson and Jalen Hale (3). Lufkin led 20-7 after a quarter and 34-33 at half before the game was tied 47-47 after three quarters.

Lufkin will play in the Nederland tournament starting Thursday.

 

 

Nederland Tournament Lufkin 55 Beaumont Westbrook 54 Leading scorers: Christian Reggie 11 Jackson Parks 10 Natron Wortham 10 Lufkin will play Bridge City at 12:00 pm and Vidor at 7:30 pm tomorrow.

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Lufkin boys 55, Beaumont West Brook 54 — The Lufkin Panthers opened the 2019 Nederland Bulldog/YMBL Classic with a 55-54 win over the Beaumont West Brook Bruins on Thursday night.

Lufkin scorers were Christian Reggie (11), Natron Wortham and Jackson Parks (10), Jordan Moore and Zay Shankle (8), T.K. Scott (7) and Elijah Johnson (3).

The game was tied 18-18 after a quarter, and Lufkin led 31-24 at halftime and 41-38 after three quarters.

Lufkin continues the tournament at noon today against Bridge City. The Panthers also play Vidor at 7:30 tonight.

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Lufkin came up just short in a 51-46 loss to Fort Bend Marshall in the championship game. Wortham led the way for the Panthers with 18 points.

Other Lufkin scorers were Jackson Parks (8), Shankle (5), Christian Reggie and Elijah Johnson (4), T.K. Scott and Jordan Moore (2) and KaVorick Williams (1)

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Lufkin guard Dayshia Runnels pushed the ball up the floor on a fast break, and there was an opportunity for her to drive the lane for her own bucket.

Instead, Runnels passed up her own shot for a better shot — something the Lady Panthers as a whole did well all game long in Saturday’s 38-29 win over Dayton at the Hudson Invitational in Hudson.

 

After a slow start — Lufkin trailed 8-5 after the first quarter — the Lady Pack built a comfortable lead over the final two quarters, padding the margin to as many as 14 points in the second half in taming the Lady Broncos. Lufkin opened the fourth quarter with a 6-0 run and clamped down defensively for the rest of the game.

Aaliyah Menefee led the Lady Panthers with 12 points, followed by Anyia Cottrell with seven points and Akyshia Cottrell with six.

Dayton’s Bre Sias led her team with 18 points a night after scoring 30 against Hudson.

The Lady Panthers will host College Station at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Panther Gymnasium.

Gary Stallard’s email address is garylstallard@yahoo.com.

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The Lufkin Panthers dropped a 68-43 decision to Spring Dekaney on Tuesday night.

Natron Wortham and Jackson Parks led the Panthers with 14 points apiece.

Other Lufkin scorers were DaMarquise Garner (5), T.K. Scott (4), Zay Shankle (3), Hunter Jones (2) and Elijah Johnson (1).

 

Dekaney led 19-12 after a quarter, 32-17 at half and 50-31 after three quarters.

The Panthers (7-3) will compete in the Hardin-Jefferson tournament starting Thursday.

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Hardin-Jefferson Tournament Lufkin 57 Needville 49

Another win for the Pack!

with 17 points and showing off his range with three 3s!

Panther basketball will play Shephard today at 1:30!!

 

Lufkin is now 9-3 on the season.

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Natron Wortham scored 24 points, but the Lufkin Panthers came up just short by dropping a 52-48 decision to Nederland in the championship game of the Hardin-Jefferson tournament on Saturday afternoon.

Wortham earned all-tournament honors for Lufkin, which went 4-1 in the event.

On Friday night, Lufkin advanced to the championship game with a 54-46 win over Port Neches-Groves.

Wortham led the way for the Pack with 14 points. Other Lufkin scorers were Zay Shankle (12), Jackson Parks (9), T.K. Scott (6), Jordan Moore and Hunter Jones (4) and DaMarquise Garner (3).

PNG led 13-11 after a quarter, but Lufkin led 25-22 at halftime and 35-31 after three quarters.

Lufkin hosts A&M Consolidated at 5 p.m. Tuesday

Lufkin is now 11-4

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All 3 teams will be at home for the first time in over a month.

Come out and support The Pack!

Lufkin vs A&M Consolidated Freshman in LMS Gym at 3:30 JV in Panther Gym at 3:30

Varsity will play following the JV

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Panthers hold off A&M Consolidated

With a mandatory break for the Christmas holidays starting this weekend, Lufkin head coach J.T. McManus set his Panthers up with a pair of tough tests going into the five-day layoff.

Lufkin passed the first test as Zay Shankle poured in 18 points, and Natron Wortham had 16 and the Panthers held off a tough A&M Consolidated Tigers team 66-62 in non-district action at Panther Gym Thursday night.

The Panthers led over the game’s final 29 minutes, although the Tigers never went away in a game Lufkin didn’t put away until the final minute.

 

Jaylen Harrison and Nate Floyd led A&M Consolidated with 16 points apiece, while Reece Peel added 11.

The win was a bit of payback for the Panthers, who were swept in three regular-season meetings last season. This time it was a different story.

The Tigers got off to a quick 4-3 lead with the help of four free throws that started the game.

Shankle responded with a 3-pointer and T.K. Scott got a basket in the lane that put the Panthers up 8-4. Lufkin never trailed again.

The Panthers took a 15-10 lead into the second quarter after another Scott basket. Scott scored 6 of his 8 points in the opening quarter.

Lufkin used a 6-1 run keyed by treys from Jackson Parks and Elijah Johnson that made it 23-15.

A&M Consolidated stayed within striking distance with Anaiah Daily’s layup cutting the margin to 32-26 at halftime.

The Panthers extended that lead out to 9 midway through the third quarter when Shankle knocked down a triple and Wortham added a layup, making it 43-34.

However, an 8-3 A&M Consolidated run was capped by layups from Floyd and Harrison, narrowing the gap to 46-42 headed into the final eight minutes. The Tigers crept to within 2 points when Harrison hit a drive on the first possession of the fourth quarter.

Leading 49-46 with 7 minutes left, Lufkin got the 7-1 spurt it needed to give itself some breathing room.

Wortham started the run with a basket. Then after a Tiger free throw, Shankle drove for a basket and Jordan Moore nailed a trey, making the score 56-47.

That proved to be enough as A&M Consolidated couldn’t cut the deficit to a one-possession game in the final minutes.

Other Lufkin scorers were Parks (9), Scott (8), Johnson (6), Moore (5) and Reggie (4).

The Panthers (12-4) return to action at 1:30 today when they host Hardin Jefferson.

Josh Havard’s email address is josh.havard@lufkindailynews.com.

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Lufkin 52 Hardin Jefferson 49

We will be back in action on December 27th at the New Caney Tournament.

Enjoy your holidays Panther Nation. Merry Christmas!

Lufkin goes into the break at 13-4

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The Lufkin Panthers’ Jordan Moore goes up for a shot against the Hardin-Jefferson Hawks during non-district basketball action at Panther Gym Friday afternoon. Lufkin took a 52-49 win.

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New Caney Tournament Lufkin 54 Oak Ridge 44

 

Leading scorers 12 11 11 10 Balanced scoring and team defense won a bounce back game for the Panthers. 

Lufkin is playing  Needville today @ 12 PM

 

LUFKIN is 14-5 on the year.

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