The Van Horn girls basketball team ended its regular season with just one win.

But the Falcons had one thing to be proud of following a 58-20 loss to host University Academy Thursday night.

The Van Horn girls basketball team ended its regular season with just one win.
But the Falcons had one thing to be proud of following a 58-20 loss to host University Academy Thursday night. Rebecca Robins scored 11 points to surpass 300 for the season.
“It’s been a long regular season for us, but Rebecca has been a bright spot,” Van Horn coach Sean Akridge said of Robins, who is averaging 12.6 points per game this season. “That one accomplishment we can be proud of this season.”
Van Horn fell behind 16-1 after one quarter and 32-8 at halftime while falling to 1-23.
Katie Stroud hit a 3-pointer and added five points for the Falcons.
Van Horn opens Class 3 District 14 play at 4 p.m. Monday against Holden, the top seed and tournament host.
RAYTOWN 54, ST. TERESA’S 20: Raytown dominated in the paint to earn a spot in Saturday’s Class 5 District 13 championship.
Jaleisha Barrett fired in 21 points, and the Blue Jays outscored St. Teresa’s 17-2 in the second quarter to pull away for the semifinal win Thursday at Grandview High School.
“We were a little tight early, and once we settled down, we took off,” Raytown coach Jan Handley said. “I had to take Jaleisha out in the first quarter and told her she needed to relax. From that point on, she just dominated. Our inside players did some serious damage.”
Raytown meets rival Raytown South in Saturday’s 6 p.m. championship at Grandview. The Blue Jays have won the two meetings against the Cardinals this season.