Lady Warriors still looking for first victory

Staff writer

With two losses this past week, the Peabody-Burns High School Lady Warriors remain winless for the season.

They were defeated Jan. 29 by Sedgwick 55-34, and Friday the team lost to Little River, 52-24.

PBHS was in action Tuesday at Canton-Galva, and will play a Friday homecoming match-up against Inman.

The Lady Warriors had a good first quarter in the Sedgwick contest.

Bayleigh Clark had eight points to pace the team.

Michaela Methvin and Jessica Gillet each had a basket.

However, the team still trailed by one at the end of the quarter, 13-12.

Sedgwick went on a 14-2 run, and the score at the half was 27-14.

Clark added the only basket for the PBHS offense.

Lady Warrior offense picked up in the third with the addition of 16 points.

Gillet led the quarter scoring with eight. Julie Wedel had four.

Felecia Pohlman and Clark each had a basket.

PBHS closed the gap to nine at the end of the third, 39-30.

Wedel claimed all the Lady Warrior points in the fourth with four.

Sedgwick exploded in the fourth and put in 16, to roll to victory.


Bayleigh Clark, 12; Jessica Gillet, 10; Julie Wedel, eight; Michaela Methvin, two; Felecia Pohlman, two.

Little River

The Little River offense took the early lead in the Friday contest and lead by 10, 14-4, at the end of the first quarter.

Methvin scored all four points for the Lady Warriors.

The PBHS offense struggled against the Little River press and only came up with four points in the second quarter.

Clark added a basket and Gillet added two free throws.

Little River led 29-8 at the half.

While PBHS added 16 in the second half, Little River coasted to the victory, 52-24.

Clark and Gillet each had four in the half. Rebecca Morris added three points, Traylee Woodruff and Heather Brooks each had a basket, and Danielle Savage contributed a free throw.


Jessica Gillet and Bayleigh Clark, six; Michaela Methvin, four; Rebecca Morris, three; Traylee Woodruff and Heather Brooks, two; D. Savage, one.