Inman earned a home sweep of Little River Friday night, as the Teutons defeated the Redskins 50-37 in the boys game and 46-39 in the girls tilt.
INMAN— Inman earned a home sweep of Little River Friday night, as the Teutons defeated the Redskins 50-37 in the boys game and 46-39 in the girls tilt.
Boys’ coach Brett Froese was a little frustrated with his team’s efforts in the first half.
“We played soft in the first half once again,” Froese said. “We played much tougher in the second half and showed a lot of poise in the fourth quarter, when they were trying to make a run.”
Justin Friesen led Inman with 11 points, while Cody Seiler added 10.
Little River’s Chet Cordell led all scorers with 17 points, while Tevin Redkin added 10 off a pair of three pointers and a free throw.
In the girl’s game, the Lady Teutons trailed after the first quarter, but managed to get the game tied at 20-20 going into the half.
Kaitlynn Goalden took matters into her own hands to start the third, knocking down a three and following that up with a two-point bucket, and Inman never trailed again in the win.
Goalden led the way with 15 points for the Lady Teutons, the only Inman player in double digits.
Samantha Zeller led all scorers with 18 points. Emily Baldwin added 11 for Little River.
Peabody-Burns at Moundridge
MOUNDRIDGE — The Wildcats were dominating in both games with Peabody-Burns Friday night, with the boys winning 65-22 and the girls 57-22.
The boys jumped out to a 22-6 lead after the first quarter, sparked by Tyler Kaufman’s nine points in the frame, and never looked back on their way to the win over the Warriors.
Daniel Ratzlaff had 22 points to lead all scorers. Kaufman finished with 13.
The Lady Wildcats had a similar first quarter score, leading 20-6, and held the Warriors to a single field goal in the second as they cruised to the easy win.
Tiffany Huxman and Michelle Schrag both had 14 points for Moundridge. MacKenzie Suderman added 13, while Brooke Holloway added 11.
Goessel at Canton-Galva
CANTON — The Eagles were swept by Goessel Friday night, falling 53-34 in the girls game and 45-40 in the boys.
Erika Smith had 15 points in the girls’ tilt, whlie Cody Savage had 19 in the boys’ game.