HUTCHINSON — The Inman girls had an easy go of it Friday night against Hutchinson Central Christian, steamrolling the Cougars 57-18.
The Teutons set the pace with a 15-3 run in the first quarter and went into the locker room at halftime with a 27-7 advantage.
Inman coach Jeff Friesen kept on the accelerator for one more quarter, as his girls put up a 21-4 third quarter on route to the non-league victory.
“We started a little slow and missed some good shots early, but we were able to get it going,” Friesen said. “Beth Doerksen hit a shot just a little inside of halfcourt at the buzzer at the half to give us some momentum that carried over into the third, where we seemed to hit just about everything.”
Inman’s Kaitlyn Goalden ledd all scorers with 19 points, while Doerksen added 11 for the Teutons, who had eight players score at least one bucket in the win.
Inman hosts Sedgwick Tuesday, in what Friesen expects to be a tough, physical game.
White City 35
WHITE CITY — The Elyria girls lost a close one Friday night against White City, falling 35-31.
Senior Cori Mines led the Eagles in scoring with seven points, while three others chipped in with six.
The Eagles fall to 3-3 on the year and will face a tough test before the holiday break Tuesday evening in the form of Shane Cordell’s Little River squad.
SEDGWICK — The Lady Wildcats jumped out to a quick 12-5 lead against Sedgwick Friday night and never looked back, as Moundridge rolled to a 41-19 league win.
Brooke Holloway scored six of her 13 points in the first half, as the Wildcats took a 23-14 lead into the half.
They kept pouring it on in the third quarter, ripping off a 15-5 run before backing off in the fourth quarter, scoring only three points, though they held also the Cardinals scoreless in the period.
Holloway’s 13 led all scorers, while MacKenzie Suderman had 11 as the only other player in double digits.
Moundridge has one last home game against Bennington on Tuesday before the holiday break.
CANTON — The Eagles and the Warriors slugged it out in all four quarters, with Canton-Galva never really out of the ball game in a 40-35 loss Friday night.
Marion held a 14-12 lead at the end of the first quarter and a 21-18 advantage at the half.
The Eagles made some adjustments in the third quarter, outscoring the Warriors 17-15 in the frame, and trailed 36-35 heading into the deciding quarter.
Both teams’ defenses were outstanding in the final period, as Marion managed the only four points in the quarter to win 40-35.
Katey Ehrlich of Marion led all scorers with 15 points. Canton-Galva’s Cassidy Enns was the only other player in double digits with 14 points.
Canton-Galva hosts Berean Academy Tuesday to close out the 2012 portion of their schedule.
Little River 34
LITTLE RIVER — A 16-2 first quarter set the tone for Ell-Saline, as the Cardinals blitzed Little River enroute to a 50-34 victory.
The Lady Redskins never threatened in the contest, as they trailed 24-10 at the half and 43-25 after three quarters.
Skylar Johnston had 15 points for Little River, the only Redskin in double digits. Jackie Dougherty, Kasey Zeller and Emily Baldwin all added five points.
Emily Work led two Cardinals in double digits with 16 points. Brittany Clancy added 10.
Little River is home Tuesday night against Elyria Christian.