Ozzy Terrazas had 12 points and nine rebounds as the Panthers (21-3 overall, 3-0 disrtict) pulled away in the second half. Permian used a 12-0 run on both the third and fourth quarters to outscore Tascosa 30-16 in the second half after battling to a 21-21 halftime tie. Permian coach Tim Thomas said the Panthers were able to bounce back from Tuesday’s victory over crosstown rival Odessa High and raise their game against the defending district champions.
“I think we were the pursuer,” UTPB coach Rae Boothe said. “We were the aggressor out of the gate, and that went away. We didn't score for long periods of time. “There were two or three stretches of four to seven minutes where we couldn't get anything going and they were making shots easily in transition. Those are the points we can't allow, layup after layup. Probably 10 points worth in the game.”UTPB dropped to 5-13 overall and 3-7 in conference play with its fourth consecutive loss.
The Wranglers (16-2 overall, 5-0 WJCAC) saw a big early lead evaporate before halftime, then had to overcome a six-point deficit in the second half to remain atop the conference standings. “Early, it was 17-4 and we were in a flow,” Odessa College coach Tra Arnold said. “I thought at a point we got soft and they battled back into the game. “We’re lucky the guys had enough resilience there at the end. It was a low-scoring game, a possession game, lot of fouls called.
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Selecting a term
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