girls basketball team just keeps mowing them down in impressive fashion.
On Saturday the Pantherettes handed Coronado (Lubbock) only its second loss in 38 outings, 64-45, to win the Class 5A regional crown. It marked the 68th consecutive victory for the defending state champions, who are 40-0 this season. They will play 38-2 Clear Springs (League City) in Friday's state semifinals.
A pair of junior guards paced the Pantherettes' offense, with 5-foot-10 Ariel Atkins
scoring 20 points and 5-6 Tasia Foman
*On the boys' side, Germantown (Wis.)
won its 52nd straight game by beating Homestead (Mequon) 70-44 In front of a standing-room crowd for the Division I regional title. Seven-foot Indiana University recruit Luke Fischer scored 20 points for the 24-0 Warhawks, while junior Jon Averkamp
held Homestead's leading scorer, Luke Worthington, to six points.
*Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.)
won three times this past week to raise its record to 32-0 and its winning streak to 51 games.
On Saturday senior guard Nigel Williams-Goss
dominated with a triple-double (25 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists) during an 84-68 victory over Future College Prep (Harbor City, Calif.). Christian Wood
added 17 points and 10 rebounds. Goss had 19 points and six assists during a 92-79 victory over Westwind Prep Academy (Phoenix, Ariz.), while Wood had 18 points and eight rebounds.