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(Audio) St. Paul and Fillmore Central Split Games Friday Night | KTIC Radio

(Audio) St. Paul and Fillmore Central Split Games Friday Night

(Audio) St. Paul and Fillmore Central Split Games Friday Night

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St. Paul split the doubleheader with Fillmore Central on Friday night as the Wildcat girls lost 49-36 and the St. Paul boys won in large fashion 83- 37.

Macy Scott took the tip-off in for a lay-up. From there the Panthers never looked back.

The Panthers led at the half 31-10.

The third quarter they got ice cold scoring only sit total points to St. Paul’s 12.

Fillmore Central’s lead was due in large part to the Theis sisters, senior Halle, and sophomore Lexi who poured in 14, and 13 respectively, and Abby Nichols who added 14 in the game.

St. Paul’s offense was up and down with both Poppert’s being held to a combined eight points.

Brooke Poppert poured in 18 points in the second half.

The younger Poppert, sophomore Oliva was held to only seven points before fouling out of the game in the second half.

The boy’s game saw St. Paul dominate as the Wildcats outscored the Panthers 23-17.

By the fourth quarter, every varsity Wildcat player had gotten into play.

One of those players was Rylan Birkby who had 11 points off the bench. Nine of those via the three-pointer. He led the team in scoring.

Jackson Seward poured in 10.

A highlight for the Panthers was Garrett Nichols who led the team with 19 points.

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