Don Kuhnen AP Staff
The EP sophomores traveled to Peru St. Bede Tuesday night and came away with their largest margin of victory for the season 56-30.
The Panthers rode the shooting of Conner Sibley’s 8 first quarter points to lead 18-9 after one. Consecutive steals and layups by Sibley and Kolby Franks kept things rolling in the second period and a Tucker Jepson 3-pointer at the buzzer put EP up 32-17.
The Panthers built on their lead during the second half and all 12 players saw good action. Nine Panthers scored as Franks and Sibley led the way with 15 each.
EP travels to Bureau Valley Friday and Morrison Saturday.