DOYLINE – The Doyline Panthers entered Friday night at 1-1 in district play, knowing a win over Quitman would put them in position to compete for the district crown.
The Panthers executed well and the result was a good one, 71-56 in favor of Doyline.
“We started off down 12-0,” Doyline head coach Michael Normand said. “We increased the tempo with some pressure and it paid off for us.”
The Panthers trailed 31-28 at halftime before wearing out Quitman in the second half.
Jatavion Jackson led Doyline with 26 points, followed by Desmond Jackson with 17 points, Xavieon Jackson with 14 points and Tyreck