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PBHS girls finish fourth in Marion tournament

Staff writer

The Peabody-Burns High School Warriors girls’ basketball team lost round one to Remington, 34-20, in the Marion Classic. They edged Belle Plaine for a round two victory, 38-35. The round three contest was close but went to Eureka, 41-40.

Remington

A Rayna Barnes basket gave the Warriors their only points in the first quarter. Remington put in 8.

Offensive trouble continued for the PBHS squad in the second quarter. Brandee Burnett and Barnes each had a 2-point basket. Remington added 10 and led, 18-6, at the half.

PBHS came back to outscore the Broncos in the third quarter, 8-6. Burnett had 4 in the quarter. Kaycy Gonzalez and Barnes each had 2. PBHS trailed, 24-14.

Remington added 10 in the fourth and PBHS added 6, 2 each from Burnett, Barnes and Tori Schroeder. The Lady Warriors lost round one, 34-20.

Scoring

Burnett, 8; Barnes, 8; Gonzalez, 2; Schroeder, 2.

Belle Plaine

Belle Plaine offense had a 1-point edge, 5-4, at the end of the first quarter. Sarah Hofkamp and Barnes each scored a basket.

The PBHS offense edged Belle Plaine, 10-8, in the second quarter. Barnes added 6 in the period. Burnett and Hofkamp each had a basket. The Lady Warriors had a 1-point margin, 14-13, at halftime.

Both offenses remained close with PBHS getting the slight edge in the third quarter. Paige Lewis and Barnes each scored 5 in the quarter for the PBHS squad. Burnett had 2. The Lady Warriors were up 2, 26-24, at the end of three quarters.

Again the scoring was close, but the fourth quarter went to the Warriors. Lewis added 4 in the final period. McKenzie Ensminger got on the board with a trey. Barnes and Hofkamp each scored 2 and Burnett had a free throw. PBHS won round two, 38-35.

Scoring

Barnes, 15; Lewis, 9; Hofkamp, 6; Burnett, 5; Ensminger, 3.

Eureka

PBHS led, 16-14, at the end of the first quarter. Ensminger led the field with 7. Barnes added 4, Schroeder put in 3, and Hofkamp had 2.

Barnes had a basket in the second quarter and that was all for the PBHS squad. Eureka did slightly better with the addition of 5. PBHS trailed by 1, 19-18, at halftime.

Both offenses caught fire in the third quarter. PBHS took the quarter scoring by 1, 17-16. Barnes led with 6. Burnett added 4. Lewis had a trey. Ensminger and Hofkamp each had a 2-point basket. The score was knotted at 35 at the end of the period.

Eureka scored four free throws and a 2-point basket in the fourth. PBHS had a trey from Ensminger and a 2-point basket from Burnett. PBHS lost 41-40 in the final quarter and placed fourth in the tournament.

Scoring

Barnes, 12; Ensminger, 12; Burnett, 6; Hofkamp, 4; Lewis, 3; Schroeder, 3.

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