Area hoops roundup, December 24, 2014

Canton-Galva?The Eagles split games with Centre Tuesday. The girls lost, 58-33. Kelli Nightingale and Cassidy Enns split top scoring honors with eight points each. The boys won, 72-22. Travis Unruh led with 19 points. Trey Moddelmog added 12.

The Eagles swept Burrton Friday. The girls won, 50-29. Nightingale led with 14 points. Enns added 10. The boys won, 74-68.

Canton-Galva will resume play at Marion Jan. 6.

Centre?The Cougars split games at Canton-Galva Tuesday. The girls won, 58-33, on 56.5 percent shooting from the field. Shelby Makovec led with 21 points. The boys lost, 72-22. Dylan Deines led with six points.

The Cougars split two games with Wakefield Friday. The girls won, 58-30. Shelby Makovec led with 16 points. Shelby Pankratz added 11. The Cougars (5-1) outrebounded Wakefield, 38-16.

?I am pleased with how we have played through the early part of the season and have picked up some valuable experience for our entire rotation,? coach Alan Stahlecker said. ?I have been?pleased with the balance of scoring that we are getting from the regular rotations.?Any one of the girls can hit shots or make good passes to set up teammates.?

The boys lost to Wakefield, 70-31. Dakota Stimpson led with eight points.

Centre will resume play at Solomon Jan. 6.

Goessel?The Bluebirds split two games at Rural Vista Friday.

The girls won, 45-23. Page Hiebert led with 18 points and 10 rebounds. She also contributed seven steals and three assists. The boys lost, 38-31. Zach Wiens and Connor Davis shared top scoring honors with eight points each.

Goessel will resume play at Peabody-Burns Jan. 6.

Peabody-Burns? The Warriors swept Burrton Tuesday. The girls won, 56-42. Christa Elliott led with 22 points. Katie Benson added 15 and Rylie McDowell 12. The boys won a close game, 61-60. Braxton Kyle led with 17 points. Kornelius Skotaam added 15 and Junior Edmonson 14.

The Warriors lost two games to Berean Academy Friday. The girls lost, 47-19. The boys lost, 72-42. Junior Edmonson led the attack with 15 points. Kornelius Skotaam added 12.

Peabody-Burns will resume play by hosting Goessel Jan. 6.

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