The Clyde Fliers offense was nowhere to be found in the first 16 minutes Saturday night.
On the other hand, the Panthers looked like they couldn’t be slowed down with senior Dane Windisch scoring at will, netting 15 of his team’s 33 first-half points.
But in the third quarter, when Windisch was slowed down by the Fliers’ swarming defense, Clyde found itself right back in the game.
What a difference a half made for Port Clinton’s basketball team Saturday in a key early-season Sandusky Bay Conference battle with Margaretta.
The Redskins had their problems in the first half, but it was a completely difference story in the last two quarters.
The last time the Pirates took the floor, they did not start with the fire coach Scott McVeigh was hoping for, and ended up dropping a 79-64 decision to Edison.
They were ready Saturday.