The Barnsdall Panthers have been on a tear recently, winning their last four ballgames by a combined 138 points. They have scored 77 or more points in all of those games. The Panthers had failed to score above 66 points at any point in time this year heading into that stretch of the season. Coach Wade Corder is glad to see his team beginning to click offensively, but he says it is all thanks to the improved defense.
The Panthers have a home game with Woodland on Friday and a road game at Hominy next Tuesday. The first time Barnsdall played these two teams resulted in losses. Corder says in order for the Panthers to come away with wins this time, they must play better defensively.
Barnsdall sits at 9-9 on the season.