The Midlothian Lady Panther began its season last week with a Tuesday night road game then a trio of games at the Grand Prairie Classic.

Midlothian won big in its opener at Dallas Bryan Adams 60-37.

The Lady Panthers started strong and had an 18-6 lead after the first quarter. Adams closed the gap before halftime, but Midlothian finished strong and outscored them 33-19 in the second half to finish strong.

Midlothian was led by Jenna Price's 12 points. Phylicia Kirk and Meghan Turner each scored 11 points. Lauren Paschall and Karrington Slaydon both contributed seven.

Following that game, the Lady Panthers went to Grand Prairie for the tournament and played one game each on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

In the first round, Midlothian lost a hard-fought game against Lancaster 40-51.

Price led the team with 15 points and Turner also contributed 13 points. Kirk scored seven.

Kaylee Goerig, Turner and Price stepped up defensively to each take a defensive charge during the game.

Following that game, the Lady Panthers played another tough game against a local team, but lost 48-41 to Euless Trinity.

The Lady Trojans led by just one after the first quarter, but they pushed their lead to seven at the half.

Turner led the way again with 19 points and Paschall contributed 10. The entire team gave a good defensive effort.

The Lady Panthers took out their aggression from the back-to-back losses with a 69-16 win against South Oak Cliff in the final game of the tournament.

Midlothian started strong and just got better as the game went on. The team led 14-6 after the first quarter, but allowed just three points in middle two quarters to take a 56-9 lead going into the fourth quarter.

Price scored 16 points, Paschall had a dozen and Kirk also was in double-digits with 10. In total, 11 Lady Panthers scored as Taylor Hufftutler, Mackenzie Sweeney and Karrington Slaydon each contributed two points.

Midlothian (2-2) will be in action again this weekend in Corsicana at the Janie Blitz Invitational.