Teams have been busy with full schedules preparing for holiday tournaments and the moratorium. Check out all the results from last week below.
Alma played host to Southwest on Tuesday evening and got the 50-41 win. Riley Scott led the team with 15 points while Addison Siebels added 13 points, seven assists, and four steals and Tierston Moore had a triple-double with 11 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 steals.
The Cardinals traveled to Red Cloud on Saturday and came home with a 50-23 road win.
Alma is now 6-1 on the season and will travel to Superior on Tuesday and host Medicine Valley on Thursday before they head into the break.
Arapahoe hit the road to Wilcox-Hildreth on Thursday evening and it was a low-scoring and tight game. The Warriors led 9-7 at the break and it was the final quarter where the Falcons outscored Arapahoe 11-6 which ended up causing the Warriors to come up short, 25-22 in favor of Wilcox-Hildreth. Berkley Warner led the team with eight points and Cadence Carpenter led the team with 10 rebounds.
On Friday night, Southwest came to town and that was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup. You can read more about that game by clicking here.
Arapahoe is 3-4 on the year and will travel to Almena-Northern Valley, KS on Tuesday before they head into the break.
The Vikings stayed at home this week as they hosted Hi-Line on Tuesday. Bertrand trailed 8-7 after the first quarter but they were able to get hot in the second quarter as they outscored the Bulls, 17-6, and went into the locker room with the 24-14 lead. Bertrand played a solid second half as they defeated Hi-Line, 51-20. The Vikings forced 22 steals as a team and Katelyn Evans led the team with 18 points and Addison Andersen had 16 points. Emma Brown tallied 10 rebounds to lead the Vikings.
On Friday, Bertrand hosted Elm Creek and struggled to get momentum rolling in the first half as they trailed 22-9. They made halftime adjustments but the hole was too big and they lost, 42-26.
Bertrand is 2-3 on the season and is off through the moratorium. They will come out of the break and take part in the Elm Creek Holiday tournament from December 28th through 29th.
The Trojans hosted Loomis on Tuesday and it was a tight game in favor of the Wolves until the final quarter when Cambridge outscored them 16-6 to win the game, 44-38. Jalen Kent paced the team with 13 points and eight steals while Mallory Springer had 11 points.
On Thursday, the Trojans hit the road to Cozad where they lost 47-37. Erin Johnson led the team with 14 points.
Cambridge is now 4-2 on the year and will play in the Pleasanton Holiday tournament on Monday and Tuesday. They will play Anselmo-Merna on Monday.
Dundy County Stratton
Dundy County Stratton hosted Atwood-Rawlins County, KS on Tuesday and struggled to get the ball in the hoop in the first half as they trailed 25-8. They came out of the locker room and made some adjustments as they had a solid 14-11 third quarter but it wasn't enough as the deficit was too big and they lost 28-29.
On Saturday, the Tigers hit the road to Perkins County. The Tigers hung with the Plainsmen for a while as they trailed 36-28 at the half but DCS went cold and struggled to keep up as they lost 59-39.
Dundy County Stratton is 1-5 on the year and will travel to Wauneta-Palisade on Tuesday before they head into the moratorium.
Hitchcock County traveled to Medicine Valley on Thursday to take on the Raiders. That game was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup and you can read more about that game here.
On Friday, the Falcons traveled to Atwood-Rawlins County, KS, and trailed early on but made some adjustments coming out of the half and came back to defeat the Buffaloes 51-45. Raegan Hagan led the team with 15 points and Byanka Tyan added 13 points.
Hitchcock County is now 2-4 on the season and will travel to Southern Valley on Tuesday before they hit the midseason break.
Maxwell traveled to Brady on Tuesday and got the 39-29 win over the Eagles. Jenna Miller led the team with 13 points and Kristyn Cheek had 12 points.
The Wildcats hosted Paxton on Friday evening and had the early lead but then got cold which created too much separation between the teams and Maxwell came up short, 55-37.
Maxwell is 3-3 on the season and will host a holiday tournament on Monday and Tuesday.
The Wolves traveled to Sandhills Valley on Tuesday and had a monster road game win. MHC was able to defeat the Mavericks, 60-6. Caylie Softley led the team with 13 points while Kesli Cox added 10 points. The Wolves tallied 29 steals as a team.
Brady came to town on Thursday and Maywood-Hayes Center had their foot on the gas from the jump as they got the 48-29 win.
Maywood-Hayes Center improved to 7-0 and will play in the Paxton holiday tournament which begins on Monday. They will play Garden County.
Medicine Valley hosted Hitchcock County on Thursday and that game was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup you can read more about that game by clicking here.
The Raiders traveled to South Loup on Friday and trailed 13-2 after the first quarter but they made adjustments between the two quarters and were able to cruise onto a 40-29 win. Stella Heapy had 20 points and seven rebounds while Remmi Stout had 15 points and nine rebounds.
Medicine Valley is 3-4 on the season and will host Wallace on Monday and travel to Alma on Thursday before they head into the break.
Paxton hit the road this week as they first traveled to Perkins County on Tuesday. It was a high-scoring affair as the Tigers trailed 22-14 after the first quarter and then the Plainsmen cooled off but the Tigers stayed hot. This propelled them to a 65-42 victory. Jordan Clouse and Jacelyn Jorgensen each had 16 points, Abigale Nicholson had 14 points, and Ella Fote had 11 points.
On Friday, Paxton hit the road to Maxwell and it was a similar story. The Tigers trailed Maxwell 11-5 after the first quarter and the Tigers stayed aggressive and got the 55-37 win. Clouse tallied 15 points and Jaleigh Hansen had 10 points for the Tigers.
Paxton is now 5-1 on the season and will host a holiday tournament that begins on Monday.
Southern Valley traveled to Gothenburg on Tuesday where they led at the half, 26-21. The Swedes came out with adjustments and the Eagles just didn't have enough to keep up as they came up short, 56-42. Ann Bose had 26 points to lead the team.
On Thursday, the Eagles hosted Ravenna and got the 49-25 win. They took a commanding lead and never let up. Bose led the team with 19 points, 14 rebounds, and six assists. Adi Hunt added 10 points, eight rebounds, six assists, and four steals. Bose had 19 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists, and seven rebounds. Vanesa Aguayo had 17 points, Hunt had 14 points, and Tori Bose added 10 points.
Southern Valley traveled to Loomis on Saturday and got a 66-29 road win. It was another game where they took control from the jump and lever let off the gas.
Southern Valley is now 6-1 on the season and will host Hitchcock County on Monday and travel to Southwest on Tuesday before they head into the moratorium.
Southwest traveled to Alma on Tuesday and fell 50-41. Anikka Nelms led the team with 11 points.
On Friday, the Roughriders traveled to Arapahoe and that was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup which you can read more about here.
Southwest falls to 3-4 on the season and will host Southern Valley on Tuesday and travel to Franklin on Friday before they enter the break.
Wallace had a light week as they only had one match on Tuesday. They hosted Sutherland and got the 52-44 win. Kendyl Flaming had 20 points and seven rebounds to lead the team.
Wallace is 2-3 on the year and will travel to Medicine Valley on Monday and play in the Perkins County Booster Club holiday tournament on Thursday and Friday.
Wauneta-Palisade hosted South Platte on Friday and the Broncos started a little slow as they trailed 20-10 after one quarter. They bounced back in the second quarter to outscore the Blue Knights 20-14 but they were outscored in the third quarter 20-14. Wauneta-Palisade won the fourth quarter, 10-5, but they were too far behind as they lost 59-54. Peyton Cox led the team with 20 points and GraCee Goings added 11 points.
On Saturday, the Broncos traveled to take on Sandhills Valley. Wauneta-Palisade started slow as they led 8-6 after the first quarter but after the break, they got things rolling and ran to a 48-10 win.
Wauneta-Palisade is 4-3 on the season and will host Dundy County Stratton on Tuesday before they enter the break.