Addie Hubach scored a team high 13 points to lead the Ss. Peter & Paul girls seventh grade basketball team past Columbia Independent 38-27 Thursday night in Boonville.
The Lady Warriors, improving to 7-3 on the season, trailed Columbia Independent 8-4 after first period’s end before rallying back with a 8-3 advantage in the second period to lead at the half by one at 12-11. Ss. Peter & Paul never trailed after that by outscoring Columbia Independent 26-16 in the second half for the victory.
“We started out slow and were looking pretty rough for a while,” said Ss. Peter & Paul coach Sarah Ronnfeldt. “We picked up some quick fouls which changed our game a bit.  We knew we needed to contain one specific player for them and Alison Eichelberger was given that job.  She did a great job working hard and keeping her under control.  Everyone else did a good job of playing help side and we were able to shut the rest of their team out.  Once the girls finally started to see the openings we were trying to get them to look at we took control of the game and really started to work the ball well on offense.”
In addition to scoring 13 points, Hubach also had five rebounds, three steals and one assist in the game for the Lady Warriors.
Addy Nichols tallied nine points, five rebounds, three steals and one assist while Alison Eichelberger added six points, three assists, two rebounds and two steals, Bridgette Lutz four points, three steals and two rebounds, Carlie Daniel four points, two steals and two assists and Allison Drummond with two points, four steals, three rebounds and one assist.
For Columbia Independent, Cydney Fulkerton had all 27 of the teams points.
As for the Ss. Peter & Paul boys, they fell against Columbia Independent 31-15.
The Warriors, dropping to 3-8 on the season, trailed Columbia Independent 12-3 after one, 24-11 at the half and 31-13 after three quarters. Meanwhile, in the final period, Ss. Peter & Paul outscored Columbia Independent 2-0.
Henry Rohrbach had eight points and four rebounds to lead Ss. Peter & Paul. Ross Brackman finished the game with five points and six rebounds while Eli Stock added two points and four rebounds, Rhodes Leonard five rebounds, Chase Amos, Ben Lutz and Kennedy Griffy each with three rebounds and Luis Green and Adan Nave with two rebounds each.