Exciting times for Panthers teams

It has been a busy week for Panthers sports. The Junior Varsity and Varsity basketball teams have been competing in their CMAC tournaments while the football teams have been gearing up for next week's CMAC tournaments. 

Prem's Varsity Boys Basketball team beat NIS 45-42 in the CMAC semifinal on Tuesday, which means that Prem qualified for the U20/Varsity CMAC final for the time in CMAC history. Today's final against Grace (Friday, at CMIS, 6:00pm) is the first boys final that is not played between Grace and CMIS. 

The Varsity Girls basketball team came up short in their semifinal at Grace, but the girls hope to win a bronze medal in the 3rd place game against NIS today (Friday, at CMIS, 4:45 pm).

The JV Boys basketball team's tournament play started on Monday with a great round 1 win at home against NIS, 29-17. Yesterday, the team lost in their semifinal and came up just short in a close bronze medal game. Overall, the team showed improvement and promise this season under Coach Mark's fantastic leadership.

The JV Girls basketball team also came up just short in yesterday's semifinal. The bronze medal game was a nail-biter, which was decided by a tiny margin and the girls finished in 4th place. Coach Beth has done a great job teaching the girls the fundamentals of the sport this season.

Prem's football teams also had a busy week. The U12 Boys and U10 and U8 football teams all had great success at Grace on Tuesday winning their games, but, most importantly, having lots of fun. The U12 Girls also won an exciting game at home against Grace 3-2. The U14 Girls played a great game at Grace but came up just short in the final minutes, 1-2. The U14 Boys hosted Grace on Monday and won 4-0.

The U10 and U8 football teams are heading to Grace on Friday for their end of season tournament.

On Monday, Prem's U14 football teams are heading to Grace for their CMAC tournament, while the U12 teams will host the tournament at Prem on Tuesday (11:00 am-5:30 pm). The PSC will be selling food and drink at the tournament and it would be great to have fans at the tournament cheering on the Panthers.

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