Little River girls head coach Shane Cordell had his Redskins playing with fire defensively, as Little River cruised to a 39-18 win over White City Friday.
LITTLE RIVER — Little River girls head coach Shane Cordell had his Redskins playing with fire defensively, as Little River cruised to a 39-18 win over White City Friday. Little River allowed only four points in each of the second, third and fourth quarters as the defense pulled out all the stops.
Chloe Baldwin led the Redskins with 10 points, while Skyler Johnston and Jackie Dougherty each had seven.
Alexis Campuzano had 12 for White City.
Little River is off until Jan. 22, when they take part in the Ell-Saline Midseason Basketball Tournament.
Berean Academy 34
INMAN — The Inman girls kept it close in the first half against Berean Academy Friday night, but the Warriors proved too much for the Teutons, winning 34-20.
“While our defense was still pretty good, we struggled against their length when they went to a zone,” Inman coach Jeff Friesen said. “Like they have in every game, the girls played hard and played until the end, but tonight we got beat by a good team.”
Abby Ropp led the Teutons with 10 points, while team leading scorer Kaitlyn Goalden was held to only four.
Inman is off until the Sedgwick Invitational starting on Jan. 22.
BROOKVILLE — Canton-Galva was held scoreless in the final frame of a 49-10 loss to Ell-Saline Friday night.
The Cardinals held the Eagles to only five points in each half, while putting up 33 points in the first half and 16 in the second on the way to the victory.
Sesely Omli and Brittany Clancy each had 13 points for Ell-Saline in the win.
Keana Haydon had six for Canton-Galva, while Liz Johnson and Danielle Stos each scored two points.
The Eagles are off now until the Sedgwick Invitational, which begins on Jan. 22.
Smoky Valley 15
PRATT — It was a rough night for the Vikings Friday, falling to Pratt 47-15. Payton Hoeme dropped 20 points for the Greenbacks, 12 of which came in a 22 point third quarter for Pratt.
Hannah McBride led the Vikings with six points.