Girls’ basketball ends

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Lady Panther Bradasha Chappel moves the ball down the court.

Lady Panther Bradasha Chappel moves the ball down the court.

Lady Panther Bradasha Chappel moves the ball down the court.

Kalijah Smith, Journalist

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The Lady Panthers basketball season ended Feb. 20 with a 61-44 loss to De Queen in the 5A South Conference Tournament. Starter Kayleigh Sneed said, “Throughout the whole game, no one gave up. I’m proud to have played with this group of girls during our season.” Bradasha Chappel added, “This season has been one rocky season.” She added, “No one knows what all we’ve been through, from not having all our players most of the games to the wins and losses we have had.” Chappel added, “The season might not have ended with a win, but I’m proud of my sisters. We will forever be recognized as Magnolia Lady Panthers.” Although seniors Chappel and Sneed may be back next year, the team will be saying goodbye to seniors Shadiamond Love and Kendall McMahen. The 5A State Tournament will be played in Maumelle starting Feb. 27.

 

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