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Stout Panther defense isn’t enough

Jemison’s defense made life miserable for Isabella for most of the game on Tuesday, but the Panthers (0-4) couldn’t score enough and fell, 32-19.

Isabella’s Amber Wyatt had been averaging a team-leading 12 points but was held to just 2 points. Wyatt did have eight rebounds.

Up only 11-10 at halftime, the Mustangs (2-2) broke the game open at the start of the third quarter with 12-2 run keyed by Felicia Brasher’s four points.

Brasher finished with eight points, and teammate Kimberly Littleton had six points.

Katika Nunn led the Jemison scoring effort with four points.