The Wellsville High School girls basketball team ended the pre-holiday portion of its schedule with two straight victories.

The Eagles on Thursday night bested Burlington, 59-38.

“We started the game really slow getting down 12-2, but after that point I thought we played well,” said Wellsville coach Brock Campbell. “We held them to zero field goals in the third quarter."

After the slow start, Wellsville pulled within 17-15 at the end of the first quarter. The Eagles outscored Burlington 23-11 in the middle two quarters to build a 40-28 advantage through three quarters.

Madi McCoy paced the Eagles with 19 points. She hit three treys. Demi Aamold finished with 18 points, hitting five treys. She hit four treys in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.

The Wellsville boys lost 60-48 to Burlington in the league opener.

Wellsville (2-2, 1-0) plays Jan. 3 at home against Osawatomie, which is a rescheduled game from this past Tuesday.

Burlington (38) — Fajfar 2, Meats 2, Watkins 2, Doebele 14, Yuong 9, Coursen 2, Hess 5, Dunn 2.

Wellsville (59) — Overman 3, Aamold 18, McCoy 19, Troutman 8, McDaniel 4, Ball 7.