Portland Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 5 - 23
  • Conference Record: 0 - 13

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PHS hoop teams defeat Indians

Curtis Marlin Portland Leader Dec 27, 2017 The Portland girls traveled to East Robertson on Thursday night and defeated the Lady Indians, 38-21, for their eighth win of the season. Both teams struggled offensively in the first half with only eight field goals recorded. Portland took charge in the second half by outscoring the host

Lady Panthers hold off Greenbrier

Curtis Marlin Portland Leader Dec 27, 2017 The first three quarters of the Portland-Greenbrier girls’ Dec. 19 game looked like a blowout win for the Purple. However, the Lady Bobcats nearly overcame a 13-point deficit before losing 45-37. Portland sealed the win in the final minute with four straight free throws to improve to 7-3

Lady Panthers outlast Greenbrier; Bobcats claw Panthers

ZACH WOMBLE Dec 26, 2017 Portland Sun The Portland Panthers split their non-district basketball games Tuesday night at Portland High School, as the Lady Panthers defeated Greenbrier, 45-37, and the boys fell to the Bobcats, 46-42. Rachel Jennings led the Lady Panthers with 11 points as a 30-12 halftime advantage was all the cushion the

Lady Panthers win

Todd Lamberth 12/21/17 Sumner Homepage Lady Panthers hold on to win The Lady Panther basketball team improved to 7-3 on the season with a 45-37 win over Greenbrier on Tuesday night. Portland took an 18-point advantage into the half thanks to some good three-point shooting and stingy defense, holding the Lady Bobcats to just 12

PHS girls dominate Jo Byrns, 46-28

Curtis Marlin Portland Leader Dec 20, 2017 The Portland girls built a huge lead against Jo Byrns during its Dec. 12 game, and made it stand for a home victory. The Purple led 15-3 at the end of the first period and held a 24-12 advantage at the end of the first half. Portland took

PHS girls unable to handle Bison

By Curtis Marlin Portland Leader Dec 13, 2017 The Portland girls played well for the first nine minutes of the game with Station Camp on Dec. 5 but were outscored 51-27 over the next 23 minutes in losing, 61-38, in a District 9-AAA contest. A Taylor Cole basket, a Rachel Jennings 3-point shot and foul