Peabody-Burns boys’ basketball had a full slate last week with three games in five days. On Feb. 10, the team was victorious, 59-39, in a make-up game against Elyria at home. In a road game Feb. 11, the team edged Remington 47-46. The Warriors lost at Goessel on Friday 53-46. Up next is a home game against Moundridge.
The PBHS offense had scoring from six Warriors in the first quarter. Braxton Kyle and Kevin Baatrup each had a three-pointer. Xavier Jabary, Garret Schroeder, and Nick Preheim all added a basket. Vince Newman made one free throw. The Warriors led 13-8 at the end of the period.
Both offenses scored well in the second, but PBHS generated half of its points from the free-throw line. Kyle led the team with 10 points, including two treys and four points from the line. Junior Edmondson got on the board with four free throws. Schroeder added a basket. Elyria had 12 in the period but PBHS led 29-20 at halftime.
Kyle had a big third quarter with 10, including two more treys. Edmondson, Newman, and Schroeder each scored two. PBHS defense held Elyria to nine points in the quarter. The Warriors were up 45-29 at the end of three.
Newman got the hot hand in the fourth and tacked on 10, including two treys. Kaden Gibson and Brent Buller added two free throws each. Elyria came up with 10 in the final quarter. PBHS took the win 59-39.
Kyle, 23; Newman, 13; Edmondson, 6; Schroeder, 6; Baatrup, 3; Jabary, 2; Preheim, 2; Gibson, 2; Buller, 2.
PBHS had a three-point edge 16-13 at the end one quarter of play. Kyle led the scoring with eight, including a trey.
Jabary netted four. Baatrup and Schroeder each had two from the line.
Remington came back with 15 points in the second and held PBHS to 10. Remington took a two-point edge to the locker room at halftime, 28-26. Newman had a trey in the period. Schroeder, Jabary, and Kyle each added two. Preheim made a free throw.
Kyle led the third with seven points, including a three-pointer. Newman had a trey and Edmonson put up two from the line. PBHS defense held Remington to six points. PBHS regained the lead 38-34 at the end of the third.
Remington came back to score 12 and PBHS added 9. A close game was decided by one. PBHS claimed the win 47-46.
Kyle, 24; Jabary, 8; Newman, 6; Schroeder, 4; Baatrup, 2; Edmondson, 2; Preheim, 1.
PBHS took the 14-11 advantage at the end of the first. Kyle led the team with eight, including two treys. Jabary, Newman and Schroeder each added a basket.
Warrior offense stalled in the second with only five points — two free throws each from Kyle and Gibson and a free throw from Newman. Goessel dumped in 13 and led the PBHS squad 24-19 at halftime.
Both offenses had 13 in the third. Kyle paced the team with nine. Jabary and Edmonson split four. The Warriors were down 37-32 at the end of three.
Goessel outscored PBHS in the fourth 16-14. Jabary scored seven in the final quarter. Kyle followed with five. Baatrup added two. The Warriors were edged by Goessel 53-46.
Kyle, 24; Jabary, 11; Newman, 3; Baatrup, 2; Edmondson, 2; Schroeder, 2; Gibson, 2.