Area hoops roundup, Feb. 18, 2015

Canton-Galva?The Eagles lost two games at Remington Tuesday. The girls lost, 50-26. Zoe Unruh led the Eagles with 10 points. The boys lost, 57-47.

Canton-Galva then lost twice at Hutchinson Trinity Friday. The girls lost, 38-21. Enns led the Eagles with 11 points. The boys lost, 50-45.

The Eagles were scheduled to host Bennington Tuesday and will host Goessel Friday.

Centre?The Cougars split games at Rural Vista Tuesday. The girls won, 44-32. Shelby Makovec and Shelby Pankratz split top scoring honors with 14 points each. Lotti Benning had 11 rebounds. The boys lost, 55-43.

Centre won one and lost one at Wakefield Friday. The girls won, 57-25. Shelby Makovec scored a game-high 19 points. Lotti Benning added 15 points and 17 rebounds. The boys lost, 53-27.

The Cougars will host Chase County Friday.

Goessel?The Bluebirds swept Peabody Tuesday. The girls won, 50-13. The Bluebirds shot 42 percent from the field (21-50). Page Hiebert scored a game-high 16 points. The boys won, 59-57, despite weathering a fourth-quarter Warrior rally. Goessel shot 44 percent from the field (23-52). Zach Wiens led the team with 30 points and 10 rebounds. Lawton Makovec added 23 points.

Goessel split two games with Solomon Friday. The girls won, 54-33. Four Bluebirds scored in double figures, led by Aleena Cook with 12, Eden Hiebert and Alicen Meysing with 11 apiece and Page Hiebert with 10. The boys lost, 65-33. Lawton Makovec led the team with nine points.

The Bluebirds were scheduled to host Udall Tuesday and will travel to Canton-Galva Friday.

Peabody-Burns?The Warriors lost two games at Goessel Tuesday. The girls lost 50-13. Nine of the Warriors? points came from the charity stripe, as Peabody-Burns made just two field goals in 36 attempts. Rylie McDowell led the team with four points. The boys lost, 59-57, despite outscoring Goessel 17-11 in the final quarter. The Warriors shot 47 percent from the field (24-51), led by Braxton Kyle with 18 points. Kornelius Skotaam added 15, and Junior Edmondson 12.

The Warriors then split games with Elyria Christian Friday. The girls lost, 43-32. The boys won, 55-44. Kornelius Skotaam led all scorers with 16 points. Braxton Kyle added 13 points and Austin Reynolds 10.

Peabody-Burns was scheduled to host Little River Tuesday and will play at Moundridge Friday.

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