Class 2A sixth-ranked Panorama handed Martensdale-St. Marys its fourth lack of the season with a 63-34 house setback on Feb. 7.

Martensdale-St. Marys is 15-four general with the loss. The Blue Devils are 10-2 in the Satisfaction of Iowa Convention.

The Blue Devils trailed 29-18 on the half on the best way to the sixty three-34 loss.

Junior Maddy Stott led Martensdale-St. Marys with 15 with junior Jensen Archibald adding nine, senior Sophia Gibson six and freshman Jackie Kleve and senior Tori Reynolds two each. Archibald had three assists with Kleve, junior Grace Hart, Stott, junior Skylyr Stewart and senior Katelyn Amfahr one every.

Stott and Gibson every had seven rebounds with freshman Anna Parrott getting five, Archibald four, Kleve and Hart three each, Amfahr two and Reynolds, sophomore Kylie Keller and Stewart one every. Stott, Amfahr and Parrott every had two steals and Parrott additionally blocked a shot.

Martensdale-St. Marys 52, Lenox 50

Martensdale-St. Marys bounced back from an 11-level halftime deficit to edge Lenox fifty two-50 on the street on Feb. 5.

The Blue Devils trailed 32-21 on the half, however bounced again with a 17-7 third-quarter run to cut the deficit to 39-38. Martensdale-St. Marys outscored Lenox 14-eleven in the last interval to take the win.

Junior Maddy Stott led the best way with 22 factors including four three-pointers. Junior Jensen Archibald posted 14. Senior Sophia Gibson chipped in seven, junior Grace Hart 4 , junior Skylyr Stewart three and freshman Jackie Kleve two. Archibald had a workforce-excessive 4 assists with senior Tori Reynolds, Stott and Stewart every including two.

Stott had a staff-high 10 rebounds with Stewart and Gibson grabbing six every, Archibald three, Hart two and Reynolds and freshman Anna Parrott one every. Stewart had two steals with Hart, Reynolds, Stott, Archibald and Gibson one each. Archibald blocked 4 photographs and Stott stopped two.

Martensdale-St. Marys sixty four, East Union 13

Martensdale-St. Marys shut out East Union within the first half on the best way to a 64-thirteen house win on Feb. four.

The Blue Devils built a 45-0 halftime advantage on the best way to their win.

Archibald led all scorers with 25 with Stewart including nine, Stott, sophomore Kylie Keller, Parrott and Gibson 5 each, Kleve and Hart three every and Reynolds and senior Katelyn Amfahr two every. Stott had six assists with Kleve and Archibald two every and Stewart, Amfahr and Parrott one every.

Parrott had eight rebounds with Stott and Gibson getting six every, Reynolds and Archibald 5 each, Kleve, Hart and Keller 4 each and freshman Maggie Wood, senior Emmi Satokangas, Stewart and Amfahr one each. Archibald and Gibson each had dour steals with Stewart getting three and Kleve and Reynolds one every.