The Inman girls found themselves down by 11 at half Tuesday night against Solomon, but the Teutons hung on to pull out the 38-25 comeback win.
“Being down five to 16 isn’t ever a good thing,” Inman coach Jeff Friesen said, “but to the girls’ credit, they kept battling all night.”
The Teutons utilized a 13-5 third quarter to claw their way back into the game, then ripped off a 20-4 fourth quarter that gave them the 13-point win and move them to 2-3 on the season.
Kaitlynn Goalden led all scorers with 22 points. The only other player in double digits was Solomon’s Jamie Meagher with 10.
Inman plays Central Christian on Friday.
Smoky Valley 30
LYONS — Brenna McClure scored 17 points, as the Smoky Valley girls had no answers for the Lion attack, falling 40-30 on the road.
Lyons led by nine after the first quarter and 11 at the half in the win. The Lions move to 4-1 on the season, while Smoky Valley falls to 1-3.
McClure led all scorers with her 17, while teammate Alexis Lasater was the only other player in double digits with 12. Hannah McBride led the Vikings with 9 points.
Smoky Valley hosts Sterling on Friday.
Little River 61
Central Christian 17
HUTCHINSON — The Little River girls dominated from bell to bell, as the Lady Redskins blitzed the Cougars straight out of the gate.
Jackilyn Dougherty scored 13 of her 17 points in the first half, five more than the Little River defense allowed Central Christian to score in the half.
The Redskins led 30-8 at the break. They poured it on in the third even more, going on a 21-4 run throughout the eight minutes.
Skylar Johnston added 10 for Little River, while Sarah Hagen was the closest Cougar to double digits with nine points.
The Redskins host Ell-Saline Friday.
CANTON — Ell-Saline went on a 16-0 run in the third quarter, as the Canton-Galva girls had no answers for the Cardinals in a 58-13 loss Tuesday night.
Ell-Saline jumped out to a 40-11 lead at the half, even before the third quarter explosion put the game far out of reach of Canton-Galva.
Canton-Galva hosts Marion Friday night.
Elyria Christian 47
LOST SPRINGS — The Elyria girls battled Centre for four quarters, coming up just short against the Cougars 51-47.
The Eagles trailed 8-6 after one period of play and only 20-18 at the break, but couldn’t quite get over the mountain to take the lead throughout a tightly played second half.
Anna Adamyk led the Eagles with 14 points, followed by Cori Mines with 11 and Rachel Adamyk with 10.
Elyria is on the road Friday at White City.