Panther Basketball 1-2 for the Day

Put-in-Bay Panther Basketball teams played with fervor on Saturday, but only came away with one win out of three games.  The girls beat Bowling Green Christian Lions 45-24, while the boys lost 12-48.  The junior high team lost to Fasset Middle school 37-39.  The contests were heated from start to finish, with several players hitting 3-point shots.  Action shots below . . .


Skating and Basketball at Put-in-Bay School this Weekend

Sweeping bubbles out of the skating base to the vacuum on right.  Photo by Heidi Ladd

Put-in-Bay students will participate in three scheduled basketball games on Saturday, 15 January 2022.  Pupils also have the chance to ice-skate on the newly formed rink atop the outdoor basketball court.

Panther basketball boys team begins play at 9:15am vs Bowling Green Christian.  The girls play at 10:45, and the junior high team plays Fasset Middle School at noon.

 

 




Put-in-Bay Panther Basketball Wins Live-Streamed Game

Panthers win 46-38

 

Panther Basketball Girls performed well in a close battle fought against Harvest Temple Christian Academy on Saturday.  The game was available for viewing on an Internet live-stream due to Covid-19 restrictions at Put-in-Bay School.  The sequence of screen-shots below provides a brief glimpse of game action.  Both teams invested great effort throughout the contest.

  


Put-in-Bay Panther Basketball Games Start Saturday

Put in Bay PantherPut-in-Bay Panther Basketball season tips off tomorrow with a trio of games.  The junior high and high school girls take on the Fairport Harbor Skippers.  The high school boys face off against the Lake Flyers.  The junior-level basketball tips off first at 9:45am.  The girls and boys competition follows.

Put-in-Bay School is not allowing public attendance at the games.  However, the game will stream live on pibpanthers.com.

Let’s GO PANTHERS!  GET YOUR GRRROWL ON!


Put in Bay Sports 2020-2021 Ready to Grrrowl!

Put-in-Bay Sports continues with Panther Basketball 2020-2021.  The season starts with the traditional 6 am morning madness practice.  Although not a normal morning madness, 16 players will suit up for the Panthers this season.  Ten girls and six boys will fill out their squads.  Coach Schuffenecker made many modifications to allow students to stay healthy and participate.  The kids are hungry to compete and have a great season.  The motto this year is “Whatever it Takes.”  More effort is asked of this year’s student-athletes, but with great senior leadership the Panthers look for continued success.  Get your Grrrowl on!