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Lady Warriors close regular season with losses

Staff writer

Peabody-Burns High School Lady Warriors finished the regular season with two losses — Ell-Saline on Feb. 19, 43-32, and Berean Academy on Feb. 23, 45-24.

Up next is a first-round sub-state matchup at Madison.


Both offenses generated 10 points in the first quarter. Traylee Woodruff led with 4 points. Jessica Noble had a trey and Danielle Savage had a basket and a free throw. The score was 10-10 at the end of the quarter.

Ell-Saline scored 9 in the second quarter and PBHS put in 8. Julie Wedel led the quarter scoring 4. Tori Schroeder and Savage each had a basket. PBHS trailed by 1 at the half, 19-18.

Ell-Saline took the advantage in the third period, outscoring the Lady Warriors, 12-7. Michaela Methvin got on the board with a basket. Savage had 2, Wedel had 2, and Woodruff added a free throw. Ell-Saline led 31-25 at the end of the quarter.

Ell-Saline scored 12 in the fourth quarter and PBHS added 7 to the team total. PBHS lost, 43-32. Sarah Hofkamp had a basket. Savage and Noble each had two free throws and Woodruff had one.

Savage had 9 points in the contest, Wedel and Woodruff 6, Noble 5, Methvin, Schroeder and Hofkamp 2 each.


Berean scored first in the senior night matchup. They built an 8-point lead before Wedel got on the board with a 2-point basket. Berean added 4 more and PBHS trailed, 12-2, at the end of the period.

Woodruff had a free throw early in the second. Savage and Noble each added 2 from the line. With 3 minutes left in the half, Berean’s lead was 23-7. Savage added a 2 and Woodruff put in two more free throws to bring the Lady Warrior first-half total to 11. Berean ended the first half with 27.

PBHS added 13 in the second half. Woodruff led with 4. Paige Lewis, Noble, Schroeder, and Hofkamp each had 2 points. Brandee Burnett had a free throw. Berean made 18 points in the second half. PBHS lost, 45-24.

Woodruff led the PBHS offense with 7 points, Savage and Noble 4 each, Lewis, Schroeder, Wedel, and Hofkamp 2 each, and Burnett 1.

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