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Klemm's 3s spark Panthers
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Judas C.J. Dunwiddie dribbles up the court in the second half of Tuesdays playoff-opening win over Williams Bay.
JUDA - A 19-2 third-quarter run gave Juda all the momentum it needed to win its WIAA Division 4 playoff opener Tuesday. The second-seeded Panthers found themselves tied with seventh-seeded Williams Bay at halftime, 20-20, before rolling to a 55-35 victory."I knew it was going to be a tough game, because it was a seven-point game the first time we played them this year over Christmas break," head coach Curt Brown said. "We needed to make sure we'd be ready to play for 32 minutes."