The Knoxville boys used a 13-to-four run to start the fourth quarter in a come from behind 51-42 win over Carlisle Saturday. Both teams shot the ball poorly in the first half but Knoxville was still only trailing by one at the break and by two heading into the final period. Luke Moore was high point man for Knoxville with 13 points while Kaleb Robuck chipped in 11. Half of Knoxville’s 22 points in the fourth quarter came at the free throw line and the Panthers only committed four turnovers in the second half. Coach Brad McWilliams says both Friday and Saturday’s games proved the guys are capable of playing tougher defense. Knoxville is now 3-8 on the season and will travel to South Tama tomorrow as part of a varsity double header.