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Lady Warriors win one, lose one

Staff writer

Two recent road games produced one loss and one victory for the Peabody-Burns High School Lady Warriors basketball team. The squad was defeated by the Remington Bronco, 51-25, on Feb. 7.

PBHS was victorious over the Goessel Bluebirds, 42-30, on Friday. Up next, the team will play at home with a senior night match-up against Moundridge on Friday.

Remington 51, PBHS 25

The Broncos took a 9-5 advantage in the first quarter of the contest. McKenzie Ensminger and Brandee Burnett each scored 2. Rayna Barnes added a free throw.

The PBHS offense struggled in the second quarter. Ensminger had a 2-point basket and Barnes had 1 from the line.

Remington doubled their first quarter score and led PBHS, 18-8, at halftime.

The Broncos’ offense exploded in the third period, adding 17 points. PBHS had three free throws, two from Burnett and one from Sarah Hofkamp. Remington led, 35-11, at the end of three quarters.

The Lady Warriors put up 14 points in the fourth quarter while Remington added 16. Hofkamp led the quarter scoring with 5. Paige Lewis had 4. Tori Schroeder got on the board with 3 and Ensminger added 2. PBHS lost to the Broncos, 51-25.

Hofkamp led the defense with 10 rebounds. Schroeder had 9.


Hofkamp, 6; Ensminger, 6; Lewis, 4; Burnett, 4; Schroeder, 3; Barnes, 2

PBHS 42, Goessel 30

The Lady Warriors took an early 12-5 advantage over the Bluebirds. Ensminger and Schroeder led with 4 each. Barnes and Hofkamp each added a basket.

The Goessel offense slightly outscored the PBHS squad, 8-6, in the second quarter. Schroeder had 4 and Burnett added 2. PBHS remained in the lead, 18-13, at halftime.

The Lady Warriors’ offense generated 24 points in the second half. Hofkamp, Schroeder, and Barnes each had 6 points.

Lewis, Burnett, and Ensminger each added a 2-point basket. PBHS defense held the Bluebirds to 17 in the last half of the contest. The Lady Warriors earned the win, 42-30.

Schroeder led with 14 points and 18 rebounds. Barnes had 8 points and 17 rebounds.


Schroeder, 14; Barnes, 8; Hofkamp, 8; Ensminger, 6; Burnett, 4; Lewis, 2

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