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RPAC GIRL'S BASKETBALL RESULTS AS OF 1/22


*For results on the first round of the Girls RPAC Tournament click here to be directed to that blog.*

  • Alma was scheduled to host Loomis on Thursday last week but due to weather, that game was forced to be postponed. The Cardinals are the #1 seed on the East and had a first round bye. They will take on #4 Southwest on Monday in Curtis at 6:00 P.M.


  • Arapahoe traveled to Axtell on Tuesday and after a slow start in the first quarter the Warriors turned it on and forced an overtime period. The Warriors went on to defeat Axtell 63-58. Berkley Warner led the way with 17 points and seven steals, Emerson Swanson added 16 points and seven steals, and Sabrina Jacobsen added 13 points. Arapahoe was supposed to host Southern Valley on Thursday but due to the weather, that game was postponed. To see how the Warriors did in the first round of RPAC play, click here.


  • Bertrand was to host Maywood-Hayes Center on Thursday but the weather forced that game to be postponed. To see how Bertrand did in the first round of the RPAC tournament, click here.


  • Cambridge and Dundy County Stratton were supposed to hit the court on Thursday but the weather forced that game to be canceled. To see how the Trojans did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament, click here.


  • Dundy County Stratton hosted Wallace on Tuesday last week and it was a low-scoring tight game until the fourth quarter when the Tigers outscored Wallace, 13-8, to eventually win the game 35-23. Thursday was supposed to be a trip to Cambridge but that game was canceled due to the weather. To see how the Tigers did in the first round of RPAC play, click here.


  • Hitchcock County was scheduled to travel to Paxton on Tuesday but that game was postponed due to weather. To see how the Falcons did in the first round of the RPAC tournament, click here.


  • Maxwell traveled to Sandhills Valley on Friday and the Mavericks were able to defeat the Wildcats, 42-33. To see how Maxwell did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament, click here.


  • Maywood-Hayes Center was scheduled to travel to Bertrand on Thursday but that game was postponed due to the weather. The Wolves earned the #1 seed in the West and had a first round bye. They are scheduled to take on #5 Hitchcock County at 6:00 P.M. in Trenton on Monday evening.


  • Medicine Valley had a week off before the began RPAC play on Saturday. To see how they did in the first round, click here.


  • Paxton had their matchup with Hitchcock County on Tuesday postponed due to weather and then their matchup with Wauneta-Palisade on Thursday was canceled due to weather. To see how the Tigers did in the first round of RPAC play, click here.


  • Southern Valley's game with Arapahoe that was scheduled for Thursday was postponed due to the weather. To see how the Eagles did in the first round of RPAC tournament play, click here.


  • Southwest hosted Loomis on Tuesday and dominated the Wolves from start to finish. The Roughriders won, 65-21. Bailey Truksa had 13 points and added seven steals to lead the way while Caylin Barnett added 12 points and eight rebounds. To see how Southwest did in the RPAC Tournament, click here.


  • Wallace traveled to Dundy County Stratton on Tuesday to take on the Tigers and just couldn't get things to click as they fell, 35-23. Karlie Finely led the way with eight points and eight rebounds. To see how the Wildcats did during the first round of the RPAC tournament, click here.


  • Wauneta-Palisade and Paxton were supposed to battle on Thursday but due to the weather that moved through, that game was canceled. To see how the Broncos did in the first round of the RPAC tournament, click here.


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