Patriot girls complete sweep against Southwest Christian
The Hills-Beaver Creek girls’ basketball team beat Southwest Christian for the second time this season by handing the E-Gals a 63-48 setback in Edgerton.
H-BC sported a 29-25 lead at halftime before outscoring SWC 34-23 in the second half to complete a 63-48 victory.
Kenadie Fick (18 points, seven rebounds, six steals and three blocked shots), Taryn Rauk (18 points), Abby Knobloch (15 points, nine rebounds, three steals and four assists) and Whitney Elbers (13 rebounds, 11 blocked shots and four assists) played strong games for H-BC.
Adrian-Ellsworth girls notch ninth consecutive win.
The Adrian-Ellsworth girls’ basketball team ran its winning streak to nine games with a 50-44 home win over red Rock Central.
The Dragons opened a 29-21 lead in the first 18 minutes of play before settling with a six-point (50-44) victory at game’s end.
Bailey Lonneman (12 points, 10 rebounds and four assists), Ashlyn Meester (five rebounds and three assists), Kallie Chapa (12 rebounds) and Moriah Bullerman (three assists) played key roles in the win.
Adrian-Ellsworth wrestlers come up short in Worthington
The Adrian-Ellsworth wrestlers lost a 38-33 decision to the Worthington Trojans in Worthington.
A-E led 27-26 after the 182-pound match, but WHS won two of the final three battles to secure a five-point victory.
Brayan Anaya, Breyer Hieronimus, Logan Taylor, Preston Nelson and Scot Edwards recorded pins for A-E, while Quentin Wolf won by decision.
Chargers top Patriot boys in Hills
The Hills-Beaver Creek boys’ basketball team came up on the short end of a 57-53 tally against Westbrook-Walnut Grove in Hills.
The visiting Chargers opened a 37-27 lead in the first half before settling with a four-point win after being outscored 26-20 by H-BC in the second half.
Jaz Wysong (23 points), Oliver Deelstra (10 points and three steals), Cole Baker (five rebounds), Zander Wysong (six rebounds and three assists), Kyle Kueter (nine rebounds and three assists), Gavin Wysong (three assists) and Easton Harnack (three assists) played productive games for H-BC.