In the first eight minutes Wednesday night, the Adena defense caused
eight Southeastern turnovers while only allowing the Panthers three
points to open up a 12-point advantage after one.
Southeastern was sparked in period two by Jordan Elam. The senior
guard scored 10 of his team-high 15 points during this quarter to help
keep the Panthers within striking distance heading to the half down
In the end, Adena was just too much. Clay Roll scored 20 points and
Buddy Barnes added 16 points. Zach Skaggs chipped in with 10 to
give the Warriors three in double-figures.
For the Panthers, Elam was joined in double-digits by Chris Hahn
with 11 points.