BREMEN — The hosts managed a spilt in Friday night’s girls/boys doubleheader with Knox, as Bremen’s girls blew out the visiting Redskins 65-47 and the boys fell 44-26.
In the girls contest, Bremen’s Brittney Pittman had 26 points while going 8-of-11 from 3-point range. Lerin Studt (13 points) and Jenna Pfeiffer (11) also scored in double figures while Kailee Feldman finished with 9 points and a game-high 10 rebounds.
Bremen coach Marty Huber was still displeased with the Lions’ 22 turnovers.
“We could be so much better if we just took care of the basketball,” Huber said. “That has to get better. It is a hard-working group, it’s just taking a while to get there. It is a good win for us, and we are getting there.”
Caudill led Knox (2-7) with 14 points and 10 rebounds.
In the boys contest, Bremen had more fouls (16) than points (14) through three quarters and got no closer than 10 points after the first 5:29.
“It hurts to say, but I really think we played scared,” Bremen coach Kyle Hanyzewski said. “We talked about the pressure Knox would bring and we didn’t meet the challenge. We weren’t ready to play and that has to fall on me.”