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Lady Warriors split two games

Sports writer

The Peabody-Burns Lady Warriors added one loss and one win in basketball competition this past week.

The PBHS squad was defeated Jan. 5 at Remington, 48-21.

Friday’s results favored the Lady Warriors with a home victory over Bennington, 46-34.

Two road games are up next for the Lady Warriors, one at Goessel and the other at Moundridge.

Remington game

Remington scored 12 in the first period. PBHS had four, all from Michaela Methvin. PBHS trailed, 12-4, at the end of the first quarter.

Traylee Woodruff opened the second with a two for the PBHS squad. Methvin added another basket and Wedel came up with four late in the quarter. Remington added nine and the Lady Bronco advantage at the half was nine, 21-12.

The Lady Warrior offense struggled in the last half of the contest with the addition of only nine points. Remington added 27. Woodruff led the half for PBHS with five. Methvin added a two and Danielle Savage contributed two. Remington defeated PBHS, 48-21.

Methvin was the scoring leader for PBHS with eight points. Woodruff had seven. Wedel added four for the team and Savage had two.

Wedel had five rebounds in the contest and Methvin had three. Jessica Noble and Tori Schroeder each had two steals.

Bennington game

Methvin, Wedel, Woodruff, and Savage each had two points in the first quarter, scoring against the Lady Bulldogs. Bennington offense came up with six and the PBHS squad had a two-point lead at the end of the period, 8-6.

Wedel opened the second with a two, but Bennington answered with a basket. Savage, Methvin, and Woodruff each added two more but Bennington kept it close and the score was 16-14 with one minute left in the half. With five seconds left the quarter, Savage added one of two free throws and the Lady Warriors took a three-point cushion at the half, 17-14.

The Lady Warriors built an 11-point lead, 26-15, early in the third with two baskets by Savage and one each from Woodruff and Wedel. Bennington closed the gap to six late in the quarter but a basket by Methvin with 10 seconds left in the period gave the Lady Warriors the eight-point advantage at 28-20.

PBHS offense had a big fourth quarter with the addition of 18 points. Savage paced the team with nine points. Woodruff added seven and Methvin had two. PBHS earned a second win this season by defeating Bennington, 46-34.

Savage was the scoring leader for the contest with 18 points. She also led the defense with 26 rebounds. Woodruff had 14 points, 12 rebounds, and six steals.

Methvin had eight points and 12 rebounds and Wedel had six points and three rebounds.

Last modified Jan. 13, 2010