The Panthers got off to a fast start with a basket by Nick Murray after he gained control of a loose ball. That gave the pantehrs a quick two point advantage.
A short time later the Panthers turned defense into offense after a steal found it's way into the hands of Harrison Hancock. He then took the ball to the other end of the court and finished with a finger roll to extend the Panther advantage.
ACHS was also getting shots to fall from outside the arch on Friday night. First with a three pointer by Murray to stretch the Panther lead even more.
By the end of the night, the Panthers would build a 17 point cushion and go on to win 62-45.