Goessel 69, Sedgwick 41. Jeremy Voth led four Bluebirds in double figures with 23 points in the easy win Friday.
Jesse Goertzen and Clinton Plenert had 13 each and Kent Peters added 11 for Goessel. The ‘Birds led 18-4 after the first quarter and were never threatened.
Goessel (11-5) held a 37-20 rebounding advantage, while hitting 17-19 charity tosses.
Goessel 55, Remington 39. Goessel rode a 21-9 first quarter advantage, to defeat Remington Tuesday night, Feb. 4.
Clinton Plenert scored 16, while Jesse Goertzen added 15 and Jeremy Voth 12 for the Bluebirds.
Goessel (10-5) connected on 14 of 21 charity tosses, while Remington made six of nine.
Berean Academy 61, Canton-Galva 53. Canton-Galva spurted to a 21-9 lead Friday, but lost their shooting touch and ultimately the game.
Berean connected on 17 of 23 charity tosses, while the Eagles made just three in only five attempts.
Casey Haines led the Eagles (2-14) with 15 points, while Travis Schafer added 12 and Travis Regehr 10.
Burrton 74, Canton-Galva 63. The Chargers streaked to a 22-10 first quarter lead, and still held a 40-29 halftime advantage on their way to an 11-point win over Canton-Galva Tuesday, Feb. 4.
Shelby Hoppes scored 23 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead Canton-Galva (2-13). The Eagles made nine 3-pointers during the game.
Moundridge 81, Peabody-Burns 69. Brice Loganbill exploded for 28 points to lead the Wildcats past the Warriors Friday night in Peabody.
Moundridge had four players in double figures.
Caleb Good hit four 3-pointers and 10 for 10 free throws to lead the Warriors with 26. Adam Jones and Chris Hamm had 12 each and Nick Conquest added 11 for Peabody-Burns (6-10).
Peabody-Burns 69, Little River 50. The Warriors defeated Little River Tuesday night, Feb. 4, by outscoring the Redskins in all four quarters.
Peabody-Burns (6-9) led 38-27 at halftime, and stretched its lead throughout the second half.
Caleb Good led four Warriors in double-figure scoring with 19, followed by Nick Conquest with 15, Phil Unruh 14, and Adam Jones 10
Centre 59, Wakefield 45. Todd Stahlecker poured in 29 points and Curtis Gutsch 11 to pace the Cougars to the win Friday.
Centre (10-5) led by only four points heading into the fourth quarter, but outscored Wakefield 18-10 to put the game away.
Canton-Galva 35, Berean Academy 31. The Eagles registered their first win of the year Friday at the expense of Berean Academy.
Ashley Unruh paced the Eagles with nine points while Shae Steenson added seven.
The Eagles (1-13) led by one, 17-16, at the half, then outscored Berean 6-2 in a decisive third quarter.
Burrton 64, Canton-Galva 53. Canton-Galva showed marked improvement in their game with Burrton, but it wasn’t enough in Tuesday game.
The Chargers blitzed the Eagles in the first quarter 24-8, and made that lead hold.
Ashley Scott poured in 20 points for the Eagles while Ashley Unruh added 12.
Canton-Galva remains winless for the season.
Sedgwick 46, Goessel 45. Melinda Stucky scored 15 points and Tara Goerzen 12 in a heart-breaking loss on Friday.
Rochelle Busenitz, a 6-3 center for Sedgwick, scored 32 points to lead all scorers.
The lead changed hands 11 times in the game. Goessel falls to 10-6 on the year, and 6-4 in league play.
Goessel 57, Remington 40. Goessel broke open a close game in the second quarter Tuesday with an 18-4 advantage to lead Remington 29-14 at halftime.
Melinda Stucky led the Bluebirds (10-5) with 20 points, and got strong support from Tara Goerzen with 19, including four 3-pointers.
Little River 43, Peabody-Burns 24. Highly ranked Little River led 19-9 at halftime Tuesday, and put the Warriors away in the fourth quarter with a 14-4 advantage.
Jana Windsor led Peabody-Burns (6-9) with nine points.