The Inman girls made a good showing to kick off 2013, but came up just short in a Heart of America League matchup Friday night, falling 57-47.
REMINGTON —The Inman girls made a good showing to kick off 2013, but came up just short in a Heart of America League matchup Friday night, falling 57-47.
The Teutons trailed only 28-23 after the first two quarters, and held their own in the third quarter, but Remington outpaced Inman 14-10 in the fourth to pull out the victory.
“We played pretty well throughout the game,” Inman coach Jeff Friesen said. “The girls are playing hard and getting better. It’s tough to keep telling we’re getting better when we aren’t winning, but we’ve just got to hang in there and keep competing.”
Inman’s Kaitlynn Goalden led all scorers with 22 points, followed closely by Kylee Schunn’s 20. Kristyn Wedel added 16 for the Broncos.
In the boys’ contest, the Broncos defeated Inman 69-53.
Alex Ropp led the way for the Teutons with 21 points, followed by Josh Miller’s 18.
Caleb Tanner had 17 points for Remington, while Logan Schrag had 14, Paul Janzen added 12 and Grant Claasen had 11.
The Teutons are back in action Tuesday with a road contest against Hutchinson Trinity.
Elyria 21, 30
Wakefield 19, 49
WAKEFIELD — The Elyria Christian School Eagles split a pair of games with Wakefield Friday night to kick off the 2013 portion of the schedule.
In the girls’ tilt, the Eagles defeated the Bombers 21-19 to get their record to 4-4. Senior Abby Field and freshman Rachel Adamyk led the way with six points each, while Katelyn Reimer, Grace Applequist and Anna Adamyk each had three.
The Elyria boys fell 49-30 to Wakefield to move to 2-6 on the year. Daniel Froese led the way with 12 points, while sophomore Matt Gemmer chipped in nine.
The Eagles are on the road once more Tuesday, as they travel to Hope for a showdown with the Lions.
Moundridge 49, 57
Marion 13, 48
MOUNDRIDGE — The Moundridge Wildcats returned to action Friday night with a sweep of Marion in front of a home crowd.
The Lady Wildcats held the Warriors scoreless in the first quarter and to only eight points in the half, as they took a 33-8 advantage into the locker room.
Moundridge continued the onslaught in the third quarter, outscoring the Warriors 14-5. The Warriors were held scoreless once again in the fourth quarter, but the Wildcats only put up two more points in the 49-13 win.
Mackenzie Suderman had 12 points for Moundridge in the win, while Tiffany Huxman added nine points.
The boys game was a little less lopsided, as the Wildcats won 57-48. Moundridge had a 16-9 lead after the first quarter and never looked back on their way to the win.
Daniel Ratzlaff was once again huge for Moundridge, scoring 25 points in the winning effort. Ryan Lorimor added 20 for the Wildcats.
Moundridge is on the road Tuesday, as they face off with Remington.