Alma battled a pair of opponents this past week and came away with two nice wins. First, they took down Southwest 75-52. The Cardinals used a steady dose of offense in the win, posting those 75 points and cruising to the 23-point win. Alma then battled Red Cloud and won in a tight one, 33-30. Alma moves to 5-1 on the season.
Arapahoe had two games during the week and won both of them. First, they took down Wilcox-Hildreth with the final score reading 52-43. The difference in the game was the middle two quarters as the Warriors outscored the Falcons 30-13. Campbell Shutz had a nice game with 15 points and eight rebounds. Will Shaw grabbed 15 rebounds. Arapahoe then went to Southwest and won 57-49. The Warriors were led by Cooper Wendlend with 18 points, Trenton Roskop with 12 points, and Schutz with 12 also. Shaw had 14 rebounds. Arapahoe is 3-4 now.
Bertrand had two matchups last week and went 1-1 in those games. Bertrand first took down Hi-Line, 45-39. The Vikings played strong defense throughout the matchup to secure the victory. The Vikings then took on Elm Creek and fell in a close one, 51-46. Bertrand is now 3-2 this season.
Cambridge had two games last week and fell in both matchups. Initially, the Trojans fell to Loomis 60-40. Carson Trompke led Cambridge with 12 points. Will Taylor had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Cambridge then ran into a solid Cozad team and lost 58-31. Trompke led the way for Cambridge with 10 points in the game. Cambridge is 2-4 now on the year.
Dundy County Stratton's game versus Perkins County on Saturday was postponed to Monday, December 19th.
Hitchcock County had two games this past week. They began with a 75-34 win over Medicine Valley. On Friday they played Rawlins County. As of Sunday, a score had not been reported on that game.
Maywood-Hayes Center had one game this past week and it was a blowout over Brady, 58-17. Jeremiah Ingison had 14 points in the game and Hayden Kramer and Haydn Farr kicked in 10. The Wolves are 6-0 on the year.
Maxwell had two games last week and lost both matchups. First, they lost to Paxton 56-33. The Wildcats just couldn't keep up with the Tiger's attack throughout the game. Maxwell then faced North Platte St. Patrick's and lost 62-27. They are 1-4 on the season.
Medicine Valley had two games last week and dropped both of them. The Raiders began with a loss to Hitchcock County 75-34. Kamreyn Bonini had 12 points in the game for the Raiders. The Raiders then fell to South Loup, 77-38. Medicine Valley is 1-6 so far this season.
Paxton had just one game this week as they beat Maxwell 56-33. The Tigers jumped out to a 19-6 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. Isaiah Fox had 15 points, Josh Eakins had 12, and Tommy Markussen put up 10. Markussen also had 10 boards in the game tonight. Paxton is now 5-0 on the year. Paxton's other scheduled matchup versus Perkins County was postponed to January 10th.
Southern Valley matched up against two opponents last week, Ravenna and Superior. Southern Valley first fell to Ravenna, 54-50. Kamden Bose had a big game with 24 points and six rebounds. Southern Valley then took on Superior and won 52-39. Isaac Hamilton had 15 points in the game. Southern Valley has a 2-4 record entering the week.
Southwest battled two RPAC opponents last week and went 0-2. They fell to Alma to begin the week, 75-52. Three Roughriders were in double figures as Hunter Cunningham had 13, Zack Ryan had 12, and Kaiden Ruggles had 12. Southwest then battled Arapahoe and fell 57-49. Cunningham had a nice game with 20 points. Southwest is 3-4 on the year.
Wallace had just one game last week and they took on Sandhills-Thedford. They lost 65-32. Trey Robertson had a solid outing with 14 points. Wallace is 0-4 this season so far. Their matchup against Sutherland they were scheduled to play was postponed.
Wauneta-Palisade played Sandhills-Valley last week and lost 53-33. The Broncos were down just 18-13 at the half, but in the second half, they were outscored 35-20. The Broncos are now 2-4. Their other matchup against South Platte was postponed.