Warriors blow out Goessel

Staff writer

The Peabody-Burns boys’ basketball team competed at home twice this past week and earned one win and one loss. The Warriors lost to Remington, 57-30, on Feb. 5 but got a homecoming win Friday, 54-37. The Warriors played Little River on senior night Tuesday. On Friday, they will travel to Moundridge.

Remington

Six points from Austin Savage was the first quarter PBHS offense. Remington scored 20 and led by 14 at the end of the period.

Offense slowed even more in the second. Christian Gard had two baskets for PBHS. Remington added 15 and led the Warriors, 35-10, at halftime.

Scoring improved slightly for the PBHS squad in the third with the addition of 11 points. Gard had a trey. Seth Topham, Savage, Hunter Pickens, and Garret Schroeder each added two points. Remington scored 20 and led 55-21 at the end of three quarters.

The PBHS offense scored nine points in the fourth quarter. Savage led the fourth with five points. Braxton Kyle and Tommy Morris each added two. Remington added two.

Savage led the Warriors with 13 points. Gard was the second-leading scorer with seven.

Goessel

Savage opened the game with a trey. The Warrior offense continued to score in the first and led 19-6 at the end of the period. Savage had seven points in the quarter. Topham and Gard each had five. Pickens added two points.

Warriors’ scoring slowed in the second with two points from Morris and a free throw from Gard. Goessel added 11. PBHS led 22-17 at halftime.

Kyle opened the third with a 2-pointer. PBHS added 14 but Goessel scored 12. The Warriors led, 36-29, at the end of the quarter. Gard and Pickens each scored six points.

Goessel scored eight points in the final period, but 18 points from the Warriors sealed the win. Savage led the quarter with eight points. Gard and Pickens each had four. Topham added 2.

Gard led the team with 16 points followed by Savage with 15 and Pickens with 12.

 

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