Elder Basketball continues playoff run with win over Winton Woods

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Junior Andrew Harp cans one of his five trifectas en route to 16 points in the Panthers’ victory over Winton Woods.

Winton Woods was no match for the Elder Panther Tuesday Night at Fairfield High School. Elder lead the entire game from tip off to last horn. Elder was led in scoring by Andrew Harp with 16. Harp was perfect from 3 point range 5/5. Overall the Panthers shot 10/13 from the arc and 17/26 overall. Sophomore Carson Browne contributed a career high 11 points in the blowout win. The clock was running the entire 2nd half. OHSAA Tournament rules say if the lead climbs to 35 in the 2nd half the clock runs until the lead is under 30.

Winton Woods (2-12) struggled to slow down the powerful offense of the Panthers. The Warriors went 8/27 from the floor. The Warriors were led in scoring by Jermaine Mathews Jr and Damarion Stone have 11 points apiece. The Warriors season ends after struggling to find a

Elder shared the rock tonight, 10 of the 12 players on the roster scoring tonight. The Panthers will play {INSERT NAME} in the sectional final at Fairfield Friday February 26th. We will be streaming that game for FREE via ehsports.com