The Ss. Peter & Paul boys and girls seventh grade basketball team won at home Monday night against Our Lady of Lourdes by the scores of 45-33 and 41-11, respectively.
For the Lady Warriors, who improved to 10-0 on the season, they led Our Lady of Lourdes 24-6 at the half and 35-8 after three quarters of play before holding a 6-3 advantage in the final period.
Ss. Peter & Paul coach Carol Griffin said the girls had fun working together. “It was good to see three girls reach double figures,” Griffin said.
Emma West had the game-high for Ss. Peter & Paul with 11 points along with six rebounds, two steals and one blocked shot.
Addison Brownfield finished the game with 10 points, seven steals, three assists, one rebound and one blocked shot. Lillian Rohrbach also chipped in 10 points, four steals, one rebound, one assist and one blocked shot while Maggie McGuire added four points, four rebounds, two steals, one assist and one blocked shot, Olivia Eichelberger two points, one steal and one assist, Jordan Brackman two points, one rebound and one steal, Alyssa Fitzgerald two points, Brooke Eichelberger three rebounds, two blocked shots, one steal and one assist and Arji Webster with one rebound.
Our Lady of Lourdes was led by Sophie Elfrink with four points.
As for the Ss. Peter & Paul boys, they trailed Our Lady of Lourdes 10-7 after first period’s end before rallying back with a 16-6 advantage in the second quarter to lead at the half 23-16. Meanwhile, in the third quarter, Our Lady of Lourdes outscored Ss. Peter & Paul 9-5 to cut the lead to three at 28-25. Then, in the final period, Ss. Peter & Paul outscored Our Lady of Lourdes 17-8 to win by 12.
Ss. Peter & Paul coach Joe Herzog said he wasn’t sure what to expect after having a week off since the last game and only one practice but the boys came out fundamentally doing things correctly.  “We moved really well without the ball getting some open looks at the basket and finishing,” Herzog said.  
Luke Green had a double-double for the Warriors, 2-7 on the season, with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Green also finished the game with three assists and two steals. Memphis Waibel added 14 points, three steals and two rebounds while Avery Shaw added five points and one rebound, Austin Coleman four points, three rebounds, two steals and two assists, Zane Watring two points and one rebound, Vincent Runnenbaum one point and one assist and Royce Jeffries two rebounds and one steal.