The Inman girls picked up their second straight win to close out the 2013 slate Friday night, as they blasted Hutchinson Central Christian 57-22.
The Inman girls picked up their second straight win to close out the 2013 slate Friday night, as they blasted Hutchinson Central Christian 57-22. Inman led 9-0 after the first quarter, and 30-15 at the half. The Teutons (3-3) held the Cougars to only seven second-half points, however, on their way to the win. Abby Ropp was huge for Inman Friday, scoring 21 points. Kaitlynn Goalden added 11 in the winning effort. Rachel Hagen was one of only three Central Christian players to score and had 11 points. Elyria Christian drops third straight ELYRIA — Rachel Adamyk had 11 points, but it wasn’t enough for Elyria Christian to snap a two-game losing skid, as the Eagles fell to Rural vista 41-32 Friday night. Elyria trailed only 7-6 after the first quarter and 15-9 at the half. Rural Vista, the new team formed from Hope and White City, outscored Elyria 11-7 in the third, which proved to be the difference maker, as Elyria won the fourth quarter 16-15. Addison Fields and Micah Redenbaugh both added six points in the Eagle effort. Elyria Chrisitan falls to 2-3 heading into the holiday break. Little River falters against Ell-Saline BROOKVILLE — Little River was looking to head into the holiday break on a five-game high, but Ell-Saline forced the Redskins back down to earth with a 50-33 win Friday night. Skylar Johnston led the way with 19 points. The Redskins were out-scored in the second half 27-12. Little River falls to 4-2 on the year. Sterling shuts down Vikings 55-37 STERLING — Class 2A No. 4 Sterling remained unbeaten in the Central Kansas League Friday, as they downed Smoky Valley 55-37. Smoky Valley falls to 0-5 on the season, with undefeated Hillsboro next on the docket on Jan. 7. Sterling is 6-0 on the year. Stats were unavailable at press time. Moundridge holds steady on top of HOA MOUNDRIDGE — The Lady Wildcats ended 2013 on an up note Friday, as they shut down Sedgwick 45-22. The Wildcats are 4-1 on the season and are in first place in the Heart of America League heading into the Christmas break. Individual scoring was unavailable at press time. The Wildcats are off now until Jan. 7, when they will travel to Marion to face the Warriors. Contact Chris Swick by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @SwickSentinel.