Lewis County Lady Panthers finished their 2018-19 season in fourth place in the District 11-AA division with 8 wins and 6 losses.
The Lady Panthers won the first round of the District Tournament against Camden, 62-58 Monday, February 11 on the local court. No stats were available at presstime.
After winning the first round, the Lady Panthers advance to play their second district game at 4 p.m. Friday, February 15 at Stewart County against Creekwood.
If the Lady Panthers lose, they will play at 4 p.m. Saturday, February 16. The championship game is scheduled for 7 p.m. Both will be played at Stewart County.
The local team traveled to Loretto for the last game on Friday, February 8, and suffered a 60-36 loss to the Lady Mustangs.
The District 12A Lady Mustangs pounced on the Lady Panthers from the beginning to outscore the local ladies every quarter.
The Lady Panthers were led by Hailey Bowen with 15 points. Sailor Selby added 13, and Anna Feichtinger and Kendall Tharp had 4 each.
A make-up game with District 11AA number one seed, Creekwood, saw the Lady Panthers go down 63-35 on February 7 in Creekwood.
Bowen led the Lady Panthers scoring with 9 points, followed by Selby with 9 points, Feichtinger, 8, Tharp 4 and Kaylie Webb and Jayden Hinson, 2 each.
The Lady Panthers traveled to Centerville on February 5 to take on the Lady Bulldogs of Hickman County. Lewis County suffered a loss, 56-46 against the Lady Bulldogs.
Lewis County’s scoring was led by Bowen with 17 points and Selby with 16 points. Webb and Feichtinger added 5 each and Tharp added 3.
Senior Night was held February 4 with the Lady Panthers facing the number five District 11AA seed Camden Lady Panthers. The local Lady Panthers won 68-61 under the powerful shooting of Selby who captured 25 points.
Others contributing to the win were Bowen with 12 points, Tharp, 11, Webb, 8, Feichtinger, 7 and Hinson, 5.
Camden’s Lady Panther Abby Berry, whose father, Ken Berry, is a native of Lewis County, was lead scorer for the Camden team with 16 points.