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Lady Warriors lose two on the road

Sports writer

Two road contests this past week ended in defeat for the Peabody-Burns High School girls’ basketball team.

PBHS had a Feb. 3 loss to Sedgwick, 46-32, and a Friday loss to Little River, 45-14.

The team will compete next at home against Canton-Galva and then have a road game at Inman.

Sedgwick

Sedgwick took the early four-point lead against the Lady Warriors.

PBHS finally got on the board with less than four minutes left in the first quarter with a basket from Savage.

That would be all from the offense of the PBHS squad. The Cardinals added five more and took the 9-2 lead at the end of one period of play.

Free throws became the story for the Lady Warriors in the second.

Savage had five points, including a free throw. Stephanie Rempel had three points, including a free throw. Bayleigh Clark had two free throws and Michaela Methvin and Traylee Woodruff each had one.

The Cardinals came up with 15 in the period and led, 24-14, at the half.

The PBHS offense added nine in the third.

Julie Wedel had a three-pointer to lead the Lady Warriors in scoring.

Methvin and Savage each had a basket and Woodruff added two free throws.

Sedgwick compiled 12 and the gap at the end of three was 13, 36-23.

Sedgwick outscored PBHS 10-9 in the final period of the contest. Wedel came up with five points, Clark had two, and Savage added two free throws.

pbhs scoring

Danielle Savage, 11; Julie Wedel, 8; Bayleigh Clark, 4; Michaela Methvin, 3; Stephanie Rempel, 3; Traylee Woodruff, 3.

Little River

The first three minutes of the Little River contest was scoreless until the Redskins put in a basket in the first quarter with 4:13 on the clock.

Savage, with an assist from Woodruff, tied the game at two with a basket.

Little River added five points before Methvin answered with a basket for the PBHS squad.

Little River nailed a three-pointer and Rempel and Savage answered with a basket each.

One more point was added by Little River and the gap was three at the end of the first period, 11-8.

Little River had a 6-0 run before Woodruff came up with a bucket for the Lady Warriors.

Clark added the only other PBHS basket before the half, as Little River added eight more and led, 25-12, at the half.

PBHS was held scoreless in the third quarter.

The Redskins added 11 and the Lady Warriors trailed, 36-12, at the end of the period.

Clark added the only basket for PBHS in the fourth.

pbhs scoring

Bayleigh Clark, 4; Danielle Savage, 4; Michaela Methvin, 2; Traylee Woodruff, 2; Stephanie Rempel, 2.

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