Lady Warriors still searching for first victory
The Peabody-Burns Lady Warriors suffered two more league losses this past week with defeats by Goessel 40-33. and Moundridge 45-15.
Up next, the team will have a Friday home game against Remington.
At Goessel, the Lady Warriors caught fire in the first period and went on an 8-0 run before the Bluebirds got on the board.
Danielle Savage put in six and Bayleigh Clark added four.
PBHS led 10-2 at the end of the quarter.
Goessel climbed back into the contest with a 15-point run that left the Lady Warriors down by five, 17-12, with two minutes left in the half.
The Lady Warriors scored seven in the half but trailed by two at halftime, 19-17.
Julie Wedel led the quarter with five, and Savage added a basket.
A dismal third quarter increased the PBHS deficit to seven at the end of the period.
Savage had a basket, Clark added two free throws, and Tabitha O'Neal added one.
The PBHS offense picked up in the fourth with the addition of 11 points, but Goessel defeated the Lady Warriors 40-33.
Savage and Rebecca Morris each had two baskets in the fourth.
Traylee Woodruff got on the board with a basket, and Wedel added a free throw.
Danielle Savage, 14; Bayleigh Clark, 6; Julie Wedel, 6; Rebecca Morris, four; Traylee Woodruff, two; Tabitha O'Neal, one.
A slow start for both offenses at Moundridge gave the Wildcats the two point edge, 6-4, against the Lady Warriors at the end of the first quarter.
O'Neal and Michaela Methvin each scored a basket.
Wedel had a basket and a free throw for the only PBHS offense in the second quarter.
The Wildcat offense exploded, scoring 19 points and the Lady Warrior deficit at the half was 25-7.
The only third quarter basket was just seconds into the period by Clark.
The PBHS offense then stalled while the Moundridge offense dumped in 12. The Wildcats lead was 37-9.
The Wildcats put up eight in the last period. PBHS suffered the loss 45-15.
Wedel came back in the fourth with four points and Morris added a basket.
Julie Wedel, seven; Rebecca Morris, two; Bayleigh Clark, two; Michaela Methvin, two; Tabitha O'Neal, two.