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Lady Warriors lose 3 in 1 week

Staff writer

As 2011 basketball nears an end, the Lady Warriors continue to look for a second win. The team suffered two home losses this past week, the first to Remington on Feb. 14, 46-16, and the second on Feb. 15 to Little River, 45-8. The team also suffered a road loss Friday at Moundridge, 46-13.

Senior Night was Tuesday against Hope. Peabody-Burns finishes the regular season Thursday at Elyria.

Remington

Rayna Barnes opened the game with a 2 at the 6 minute mark of the first quarter. The Broncos added 4, and PBHS trailed, 4-2. McKenzie Ensminger tied the score with a basket, but Remington added two buckets and again led, 8-4. Barnes closed the gap to 2 with a basket late in the quarter but the Broncos had the edge at the buzzer, 8-6.

Remington went on a 13-point run in the second quarter and led, 21-6, with 34 seconds left in the period. Michaela Methvin got the PBHS squad on the board with 20 seconds on the clock, but the Broncos scored at the buzzer. At the half, Remington led the Lady Warriors, 23-8.

Both squads doubled their totals in the second half of the ballgame. Tori Schroeder led the PBHS squad scoring 4. Ensminger and Methvin each added 2. Remington added 23 points and defeated the Lady Warriors, 46-16.

Scoring

Methvin, 4; Ensminger, 4; Schroeder, 4; Barnes, 4.

Little River

The first half of the contest with the Redskins ended with no offense for the Lady Warrior squad. PBHS trailed 25-0 at the half.

Methvin got the Lady Warriors on the board early in the third. Another Methvin basket and a score by Sarah Hofkamp was all the Lady Warriors could get in the quarter. The Redskins added 14 and led the PBHS squad, 39-6, at the end of the third quarter.

Barnes had a 2 in the fourth quarter. PBHS lost to Little River, 45-8.

Scoring

Methvin, 4; Hofkamp, 2; Barnes, 2.

Moundridge

The Lady Warriors had 6 points in the first quarter. Methvin and Ensminger each had a basket and Barnes added two free throws. The Wildcats scored 18 in the first period.

Moundridge continued to score in the second quarter with the addition of 12 points. The Lady Warriors had a 2-point basket from Schroeder. PBHS trailed, 30-8, at the half.

Ensminger had a 3 in the third and Brandee Burnett and Hofkamp each had a free throw in the fourth quarter. The Wildcats added 16 in the final half and defeated the Lady Warriors, 46-13.

Scoring

Ensminger, 5; Methvin, 2; Schroeder, 2; Barnes, 2; Burnett, 1; Hofkamp, 1.

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