WOODWARD — Thursday and Friday witnessed the regular season end for the Woodward-Granger boys basketball team on a pair of down notes, as visiting teams CMB and Panorama scored a pair of lopsided wins.
Panorama scored a 76-45 win in WCC play Friday to cap the conference and regular slate. The Panthers (15-5, 14-4) grabbed a 25-12 lead after one quarter and held a 47-28 margin at the half. After another eight minutes to margin had swollen to 66-37, with what the individual stats would turn out to be the largest question remaining as the fourth quarter began.
Cameron Allen had 18 points for Panorama, with Levi Leiferman adding 16, Aaron Klinge and Bryce Halterman 14 apiece and Gabe Richey 10. Three points from Will Babcock and a Jeramy Randol free throw capped the scoring.
Halterman had six rebounds, four assists and three steals and Allen eight boards and four steals while Klinge suppled four assists and three thefts, Richey five caroms and five assists and Leiferman four assists.
Bodie Harrison’s 14 points paced W-G (2-19, 2-16), with Nick Squires providing 10 points and Marcus McConahay nine. Five points came from Derick Morgan, with Brody Easter tallying four points and Brady Aunspach three.
Squires contributed five rebounds and five assists, with Harrison making four assists.
Thursday, Feb. 11
CMB 64, W-G 46
WOODWARD — CMB won a battle of teams that both entered Thursday’s contest with overall records of 2-17.
The Raiders jumped to a 15-8 lead after one frame, but the Hawks kept the contest well within reach by trailing at the half by only five points, at 25-20.
Then came a disastrous third quarter, in which CMB outscored their hosts, 24-9, to open a 49-29 gulf entering the fourth period.
CMB senior Brady Stover entered the game averaging 10.6 points per contest but erupted for 33 points on 15-of-28 shooting while sinking 4-of-5 at the foul line.
Hunter McWhirter had 13 points, nine rebounds and three assists, with Will Clapper adding 11 points. Hunter Gunderson had three points and three assists, Brady Kemp two points, seven boards and four assists and Brad Ritter two points.
Squires hit for 21 points while pulling down 12 rebounds to lead the hosts. Aunspach had eight points and four rebounds, with McConahay scoring six points, J.P. Nixon four, Cameron Hoyt three and Harrison and Morgan two apiece. Morgan blocked three shots in the loss, with Easter collecting four caroms.