Two home games for the Peabody-Burns High School Lady Warriors this past week garnered losses in both contests.
In a Tuesday matchup, PBHS lost to Sedgwick, 48-32.
Little River defeated the PBHS squad Friday, 44-16.
The team has four wins and 12 losses this season and will next play at Canton-Galva.
Sedgwick scored first in the contest but a 2-point basket from Danielle Savage put the game even at 2. Sedgwick then went on a 9-point run before Michaela Methvin scored a 2 for the PBHS squad with 4 minutes, 26 seconds on the clock. A steal by Traylee Woodruff followed by the layup basket cut the Cardinal lead to 5, but Sedgwick came back with a 2 to make the gap 7, 13-6, with 3:42 left in the period. Sarah Hofkamp came up with a basket at the 2-minute mark and the score remained, 13-8, at the buzzer.
Savage scored an early 2 and cut the lead to 3 in the second period. Sedgwick again built a lead, 18-10. A free throw by Savage was followed by a Cardinal basket. Jessica Noble got on the board with a 2, but Sedgwick came back with a trey with 15 seconds left in the quarter. PBHS was down by 13 but a Sedgwick technical put Savage on the line and the PBHS squad added 2. With one second to play, the final basket of the period came on an assist from Woodruff to Savage. The Lady Warriors cut the Cardinal advantage to 9 at the half, 26-17.
Cardinal offense scored 11 points in the third. PBHS had only 4 — a basket each from Savage and Methvin. The gap was 16 at the end of the quarter, 37-21.
Both offenses scored 11 points in the fourth. Methvin led the scoring with 4. Savage and Woodruff each had 3 and Julie Wedel had a free throw. The Lady Warriors lost to Sedgwick, 48-32.
Savage had 10 rebounds, Wedel 8, and Methvin 4. Woodruff had 4 assists and 2 steals.
Savage led the scoring with 14 points, Methvin had 8, Woodruff 5, Noble and Hofkamp 2 each, and Wedel had a free throw.
Tori Schroeder had the only offense for the Lady Warriors in the first quarter against the Redskins. Little River came up with 9. PBHS trailed, 9-2, at the end of the period.
Savage had 5 points for the PBHS squad in the second period. Little River was slightly better with 6. The gap was 8 at the half, 15-7.
Savage and Woodruff combined for 4 in the third. Little River added 15 and the PBHS squad was down, 30-11, after three quarters of play.
Savage mirrored her second-quarter performance and came up with 5 points in the fourth period.
The Redskins scored 14 points and defeated the Lady Warriors, 44-16.
Savage had 12 points in the contest. Schroeder and Woodruff each had a basket.