Senior boys eager for success in final home game

Blake Chadwick

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With Senior Night the focal point of tonight, the Panthers look to bounce back on their home court against the Salina Central Mustangs.

The last meeting between the Panthers and Mustangs played was one that the Panthers have put in the back of their head because it was a 71-37 loss.

Coach Brett Flory described that loss as Salina Central’s “Golden State Warrior night” because of the Mustangs’ stellar three-point shooting. Tonight, it’s about holding that perimeter shooting in check.

As the last home game of the season — and senior night for Clayton Hood, Josh Osborn and Jesse Olvera — there will be an extra bit of intensity.