It was a rollercoaster of a courtwarming night at Hallsville R-V, Friday, February 8.
The Lady Indians beat the visiting Southern Boone County Lady Eagles 65-54.
The Hallsville’s boys, however lost to the Eagles, 60-45.
Juniper Chrisman and Samuel Lockwood won the crowns of Hallsville court warming queen and king.
Avery Oetting led the Lady Indians with a game-high 27 points, followed by Emily Leer with 14 and Lauren Proctor with eight.
Sadie Giles led Southern Boone with 12.
The Lady Indians led the game 18-9 in the first, 31-17 in the second and 44-37 in the third before taking the win. They are now 8-15 on the season. The Lady Eagles left Hallsville with an 11-11 record.
On the boys side, BJ Fisher led the Indians with 16 points, followed by Clayton Cook with 10 a Jaylen George with nine.
Rece Gilmore led Southern Boone, and the game, with 25 points.
The Indians led the first quarter, 12-10, the second, 24-20, then Southern Boone caught them and tool the lead 36-34 in the third, before taking the win.
Hallsville’s boys now have an 11-13, record. The Southern Boone Eagles are now 19-2.
For more, please see next week’s edition of the Centralia Fireside Guard.