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RPAC GIRL'S BASKETBALL RESULTS AS OF 2/5


  • Alma hosted Arapahoe on Tuesday night and after a close first half, the Cardinals separated themselves in the second half. Alma won 59-39. Riley Scott and Addison Siebels lead the way with 14 points, Addison Neal added 13 points, and Chayse Molzhan added nine points but nabbed 15 rebounds for the Cardinals. Alma traveled to Southern Valley on Friday and Alma held the early lead as they led 17-14 after one but the Eagles were just too much and defeated the Cardinals, 57-47. Neal had a huge game as she posted 29 points. Alma is now 13-3 on the season and will host Northern Valley, KS on Tuesday and Cambridge on Friday to conclude their regular season play.


  • Arapahoe had a huge week as they had four games this week. They started it off with a trip to Maxwell on Monday. The Warriors jumped out to an early lead and held off a run by the Wildcats to win 54-34. Berkley Warner totaled 22 points, nine rebounds, and three steals while Emerson Swanson also totaled 22 points, four assists, and six steals. On Tuesday, Arapahoe traveled to Alma and was defeated by the Cardinals, 59-39. Warner lead the way with 20 points. Friday was another road trip as they hit the road to take on Brady. Warner paced the Warriors with 26 points, nine rebounds, six steals, and four assists. Swanson added 18 for the Warriors. Hitchcock County came to town on Saturday and the Warriors took care of business with a 46-29 victory. Sabrina Jacobsen led the way with 14 while Swanson added 10 points. Arapahoe is now 11-9 on the season and will travel to Cambridge on Tuesday and Bertrand on Friday to close our the regular season.


  • Bertrand hosted Cambridge to open their week on Tuesday. The Vikings fell, 42-35. Addison Andersen led the way with 13 points. On Friday, Medicine Valley came to town and Bertrand fell, 48-31. Aislyn Kidder paced the Vikings with 10 points. Bertrand is 1-14 on the season and will travel to Blue Hill on Tuesday, host Arapahoe on Friday, and travel to Kenesaw on Saturday to finish the regular season.


  • Cambridge traveled to Bertrand on Tuesday and defeated the Vikings, 42-35. Brylyn Springer paced the Trojans with 18 points while Jacey Kent added 13 points. The Trojans traveled to North Platte on Saturday to take on St. Pat's and it was a close game, but the Irish were just too much. They defeated Cambridge, 47-42. The Trojans are now 10-8 on the year and will host Arapahoe on Tuesday and travel to Alma on Friday to finish their regular season.



  • Dundy County Stratton battled Southwest on Tuesday and fell 39-22. The Tigers traveled to Rawlins County, KS on Friday and lost 47-20. Dundy County Stratton is 5-13 and will travel to North Platte St. Pat's on Tuesday and host Southern Valley on Friday and Chase County on Saturday to close out the regular season.


  • Hitchcock County traveled to Rawlins County, KS on Tuesday and fell behind early and just couldn't overcome it. The Falcons fell 53-24. Raegan Hagan led the way with eight points. Maywood-Hayes Center came to town on Friday and similar to Tuesday, they got behind early and just couldn't overcome. Hitchcock County fell, 68-26. Hagan paced the way again with seven points. The Falcons traveled to Arapahoe on Saturday and fell, 46-29. They are 4-15 on the year and will host Chase County on Tuesday and travel to Wallace on Friday to finish their regular season.


  • Maxwell hosted Arapahoe on Tuesday and fell to the Warriors, 54-34. The Wildcats were lead by Jocelyn Cheek with 13 points and 10 rebounds and Jenna Miller added 10 points. They traveled to Perkins County on Tuesday and lost 49-33. Maxwell traveled to Wallace on Friday and lost 47-33. The Wildcats are 2-17 and will host Sutherland on Tuesday and Medicine Valley on Thursday to close out their regular season action.


  • Maywood-Hayes Center defeated Hitchcock County on Friday 68-26 and was led by Kiley Hejtmanek with 22 points, seven rebounds, and six steals. Olivia Hansen added 19 point and six steals, and Ashlin Broz added 14 points. Anselmo-Merna came to town on Saturday the Wolves took care of business defeating the Coyotes, 54-36. Hansen had 18 points to lead the way while Karissa Stengel added 13 points, eight steals, six rebounds, and five assists. Broz also added 10 points and 5 rebounds. The Wolves are 19-1 on the season and will close out the regular season this week with a home game with South Platte on Tuesday and a road game against Wauneta-Palisade on Friday.



  • Medicine Valley hosted Wauneta-Palisade on Thursday and while it was a tight game until the very end, the Raiders defeated the Broncos, 47-43. Remmi Stout paced the Raiders with 14 points and eight rebounds while Stella Heapy added 13 points and eight rebounds. Medicine Valley traveled to Bertrand on Friday where they defeated the Vikings, 48-31. Heapy paced the Raiders with 13 points and six rebounds while Stout added 10 points and seven rebounds. Medicine Valley is 8-9 on the season and host Hi-Line on Monday, travel to Maxwell on Thursday, and host Brady on Friday to finish their regular season.


  • Paxton lost their home game with North Platte St. Pat's on Tuesday, 56-28. Ella Fote lead the way with 11 points and Jacelyn Jorgensen snagged 14 rebounds. In their home game against South Platte, the Tigers fell 54-37. Jordan Clouse led the way with eight points. Paxton traveled to Sandhills Valley on Friday and defeated the Mavericks by 65-63. Jorgensen lead the way with 21 points, seven rebounds, and six steals while Clouse added 16 points and Fote added 11 points. The Tigers are 12-5 on the year and will host Hershey on Tuesday and travel to Sutherland on Thursday to finish their regular season.


  • Southern Valley hosted Gothenburg on Tuesday and fell 49-29. Ann Bose led the way with 14 points. In Friday's 57-47 home win over Alma, Bose lead the way with 28 points and eight steals while Adi Hunt added 11 points. The Eagles also hosted South Loup on Saturday and won 49-33. Bose had 21 points, seven rebounds, and six assists while Brynn Baily had 13 points, Adi Hunt added 10 points. The Eagles improve to 16-3 and will travel to Gibbon on Tuesday and Dundy County Stratton on Thursday to finish their regular season out.


  • Southwest defeated Dundy County Stratton on Tuesday, 39-22. Caylin Barnett lead the way for the Roughriders with 16 points, nine rebounds, and six steals. The Roughriders are 12-6 on the year and host Wallace on Tuesday and Axtell on Friday to conclude the regular season.



  • Wallace hosted Brady on Tuesday and defeated the Eagles, 51-37. Karlie Finely led the way with 16 points and 12 rebounds and Kaley Saucer added added 13 points. A Thursday road trip to Sutherland resulted in a 38-29 Wildcat victory. Finely paced Wallace with 17 points and 16 rebounds. Maxwell came to town on Friday and Wallace was able to defeat the Wildcats, 47-33. Finely had 13 points and 14 rebounds and Saucer added 11 points. Wallace improved to 6-10 on the year and will travel to Southwest on Tuesday and host Hitchcock County on Friday to finish the regular season.


  • Wauneta-Palisade lost on the road in Medicine Valley on Thursday, 47-43 and defeated Sutherland on Friday, 65-39. The Broncos are 11-8 on the year and will travel to Cheylin, KS on Thursday and host Maywood-Hayes Center on Friday to close out the regular season.



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