Seymour struggles in defeat: Cold shooting dooms Owls against Panthers


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One of the better teams on Seymour’s girls basketball schedule, Bloomington South, made a trip to Lloyd E. Scott Gymnasium on Tuesday night, and the Panthers left with an undefeated record still intact with a 46-30 win against the Owls.

Offensively, through five games, this was the Owls’ worst shooting night of the year.

“(The Panthers) did a good job with their length and quickness of keeping us out of the paint and really taking us out of what we wanted to do,” Owls coach Jason Longmeier said. “I thought we had some good shots on point but just didn’t make them. We didn’t do a good job of taking what they gave us, and we had some other opportunities to get in there and get some good looks.

“Also, we had a lot of standing around in our motion offense tonight, and we have to get better movement.”

The Panthers jumped out to an 11-7 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.

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