Patriot girls run RRC record to 4-0
A strong second half lifted the Hills-Beaver Creek girls’ basketball team to a convincing 73-38 home win over Murray County Central.
H-BC sported a 29-21 halftime lead before outscoring the Rebels 44-17 in the second half to notch a 35-point win and a fourth consecutive league conquest.
Abby Knobloch (18 points, 11 rebounds, three assists), Whitney Elbers (18 points and eight rebounds), Taryn Rauk (14 points), Sidney Fick (14 points, six rebounds and five steals), Madison Spath (five rebounds) Grace Bundesen (five rebounds and five assists) and Kenadie Fick (five assists) played well in the victory.
H-BC boys extend streak to six straight
The Hills-Beaver Creek boys’ basketball team registered its sixth consecutive victory by disposing of Edgerton 76-52 in Edgerton.
H-BC led 35-26 after 18 minutes of play before outscoring the Flying Dutchmen 41-26 in the second half to clinch a 24-point victory.
Preston Wilhelmi (26 points), Kyle Kueter (22 points, eight rebounds and three steals), Jax Wysong (14 points and three assists), Bailey Susie (six rebounds), Cole Baker (three assists and three steals), Wyatt Westrum (four steals) and Easton Harnack (five assists) played key roles in the win.
Dragons take two of three in wrestling quad
The Adrian wrestling compiled a 2-1 record at the St. James Quadrangular.
The host school saddled AHS with a 42-28 setback, but the Dragons posted wins over St. Clair (66-18) and United South Central (45-33).
Brayan Anaya, Logan Taylor, Isaac Bullerman and Scot Edwards all went 3-0 for AHS.
Adrian boys earn win in Ellsworth
The Adrian boys’ basketball team picked up its first win of the season by defeating the Ellsworth Panthers 53-41 in Ellsworth.
AHS led 23-20 after 18 minutes of play before outscoring EHS 30-21 in the second half to complete a 12-point victory.
Christian Weidert (18 points and six rebounds), Noah Reyne (13 points and four steals), Lance Luettel (10 points and six rebounds) and Ian Stamer (six steals, five rebounds and four assists) played strong games for AHS.
Grant Jansma (11 points and five rebounds), Sean Boltjes (11 points) and Brandon Kramer (10 rebounds) led the Panthers.