Peabody-Burns Warriors traveled to Wakefield on Friday to face the Bombers, and came home empty handed.
Lady Warriors lost 43-25, and coach Scott Bauer said that while he’s still impressed with the team’s defensive talents, they played their best offensively during this game.
“Offensively, we moved the ball the best we have all season,” Bauer said. “but it just didn’t result in baskets.”
Top scorers for the game were Cheyene Shaw and Katy Benson with 7 points each, and Mallory Harris and Anna Lubbers with 4 points each.
The boys team also suffered a loss to Wakefield, with a final score of 77-12.
“We got hammered,” coach Caleb Good said. “They had 8 3’s in the first half. We didn’t play that bad, but [Wakefield] just played out of their minds. It was a tough game for us.”
Austin Reynolds led the scoring with 5 points, and Austin Purk followed with 3.
Peabody-Burns will travel to face Elyria Christian at 6 p.m. Feb. 12.