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RPAC Girls Basketball Results as of 12/3


Winter sports started on November 30th and a majority of the RPAC teams had action on opening night. Check out all the results from last week below.


Alma

The Cardinals opened their season at home with Bertrand coming to town. That game was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup. You can check out that story by clicking here. On Friday evening, Alma traveled to Kenesaw where they were able to beat the Blue Devils, 57-35. Addison Siebels led the Cardinals with 20 points, Chayse Molzahn added 13 points and six rebounds, and Riley Scott had 10 points. Alma starts the season with a 2-0 record and will host Elm Creek on Tuesday, travel to Blue Hill on Thursday, and travel to Wilcox-Hildreth on Friday.



Arapahoe

Arapahoe played host to Overton on Thursday and the Warriors fell behind 13-6 after the first quarter and just couldn't gain enough momentum to come back as the Eagles beat Arapahoe 49-23. Berkley Warner led Arapahoe with seven points, five rebounds, and five steals while Cadence Carpenter added nine rebounds.


Saturday called for a road trip to Lawrence-Nelson where Arapahoe jumped out to take the early lead and took home the 52-27 win. Clara Hilker led the team with 18 points and seven rebounds and Berkley Warner added 14 points and seven rebounds. Arapahoe starts the season at 1-1 and will begin the Cattle Trail tournament on Tuesday with Medicine Valley and will run through Saturday.



Bertrand

The Vikings traveled to Alma last Thursday where they began their season. This was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup so you can read more about that game here. On Friday night, Bertrand hosted Axtell and bounced back as they got the 43-26 win. Bertrand was aggressive on defense as the team totaled 21 steals.


Katelyn Evans had five, Shelby Schoene and Brooklyn Evans had four each, and Emma Brown had three steals. Addison Andersen led the team with 17 points while also adding in three steals. Brown also had seven rebounds and two blocks. The Vikings are 1-1 on the season and will travel to Loomis on Saturday.


Cambridge

Cambridge traveled to Hitchcock County on Thursday night to take on the Falcons for their season opener. The Trojans got out to a good start as they led 23-9 at the half and were able to hold off the Falcons after a third-quarter surge as Cambridge was outscored 13-6. The Trojans came away with a 41-30 victory over Hitchcock County. Erin Johnson led the team with 15 points while Brylyn Springer added eight points and 11 rebounds.


Cambridge hosted Wauneta-Palisade for their home opener on Friday and that game was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup and you can read more about that game here. Cambridge starts their season at 2-0 and will host Southern Valley on Tuesday and will travel to South Loup on Friday.



Dundy County Stratton

The Tigers hosted Creek Valley on Saturday to start their season and they were able to get the 55-22 victory and start the season at 1-0. They will play Southwest on Tuesday to kick off the Cattle Trail tournament that will run through Saturday.


Hitchcock County

Hitchcock County opened their season at home when they played host to Cambridge on Thursday. The Falcons fell behind early in the game as they were behind 23-9 at the half but they made halftime adjustments and outscored the Trojans 13-6 in the third quarter but the deficit was just too much as Hitchcock County lost to Cambridge, 41-30.


Asia Homma led the Falcons with 10 points and nine rebounds. Hitchcock County is 0-1 on the season and will begin play in the Cattle Trail tournament on Tuesday with Maywood-Hayes Center and that will run through Saturday.


Maxwell

Maxwell hit the road on Thursday to take on Sandhills/Thedford and the Wildcats had a slow start as they finished the first half trailing the Knights 30-6. Maxwell tried to make a run in the final quarter as they outscored Sandhills/Thedford 12-4 but they were too far behind and came up short as they fell 44-23. Jocelyn Cheek led the Wildcats with eight points and six rebounds.


Maxwell hosted Cozad on Saturday and at the end of the first quarter it was knotted at 12 and the Haymakers entered the break with a slight lead as the score read 23-20. Maxwell made halftime adjustments and trailed by one after three quarters. Cozad was able to hold off Maxwell as the final score read 41-37. Maxwell starts the season 0-2 and will host Hi-Line on Tuesday and travel to North Platte St. Pats on Thursday.



Maywood-Hayes Center

The Wolves opened their season on the road with a trip to Wallace and came away with a 54-30 victory. Kesli Cox led the team with 15 points and four rebounds. The Wolves hosted Southwest on Saturday and won 62-51. Cox was on fire as she led the team with 30 points as she drilled eight threes. Those eight threes set a new co-op record. MHC is 2-0 on the season and will play Hitchcock County on Tuesday in the Cattle Trail tournament that will run through Saturday.


Medicine Valley

Medicine Valley traveled to Southwest on Thursday to take on the Roughriders. Medicine Valley had solid second and third quarters but Southwest was too much in the first and fourth quarters as the Raiders lost 51-28. Sienna Houghtelling led the way with 12 points. Paxton came to town on Friday where the Raiders battled tough but the Tigers were able to hold out for the win over Medicine Valley with a score of 55-47.


Stella Heapy led the Raiders with 26 points and eight rebounds while Remmi Stout added 10 points and eight rebounds. Medicine Valley falls to 0-2 to start the season and will play in the Cattle Trail tournament that begins on Tuesday with Arapahoe and runs through Saturday.



Paxton

Paxton traveled to North Platte to face off with Anselmo-Merna to start their season on Thursday. Paxton jumped to a 15-6 lead after the first quarter but the Coyotes answered with a 15-5 second quarter and a 15-6 third quarter. The Tigers tried to make a run in the fourth but it wasn't enough as they lost 44-36.


Jacelyn Jorgensen had eight points and 10 rebounds to lead the team. On Friday, Paxton traveled to Medicine Valley where they had a nice bounce-back win as they edged the Raiders 55-47. Abigale Nicholson led the team with 23 points and six rebounds. The Tigers start the season at 1-1 and will host Brady on Friday and Potter-Dix on Saturday.


Southern Valley

The Eagles traveled to Minden on Thursday and had a battle with the Whippets. Southern Valley led 10-3 after the first quarter but Minden adjusted and outscored the Eagles 10-5 in the second quarter for a halftime score of 15-13 in favor of Southern Valley. It was a tight third quarter but it was the fourth quarter when the Eagles outscored Minden 8-2 that separated them and Southern Valley was able to win 33-26.


Tori Bose led the Eagles with 13 points and 10 rebounds while Ann Bose added 11 points and seven steals. Southern Valley hosted Elm Creek and the Eagles took the lead and never looked back and ran away with a 49-27 victory. A. Bose had 18 points, six rebounds, and six steals and Adi Hunt added 15 points, six rebounds, and six steals. Southern Valley is 2-0 on the season and will travel to Cambridge on Tuesday and Gothenburg on Thursday as well as host Overton on Saturday.


Southwest

The Roughriders opened the season with Medicine Valley at home. Southwest was able to defeat the Raiders 51-28 and were led by Kyra Nelms with 22 points and 10 rebounds. On Saturday, Southwest traveled to Maywood-Hayes Center where they fell to the Wolves, 62-51. Southwest is 1-1 to start the season and will play Dundy County Stratton on Tuesday to begin the Cattle Trail tournament that will run through Saturday.


Wallace

The Wildcats hit the road to Wauneta-Palisade on Thursday to take on the Broncos. Wallace had the lead when they went to the locker room with a score of 29-24. Wauneta-Palisade made some halftime adjustments and Wallace was outscored in the fourth quarter 16-9 and lost the game 49-45. Kendyl Flaming had 19 points and six rebounds and Reagan Pelster had 12 points and four steals in the game.


Wallace hosted Maywood-Hayes Center on Friday night and came up short against the Wolves as they lost 54-30. Kaley Sauser led the team with eight points and Ashley Robertson led the team with six rebounds. Wallace is 0-2 as they start the season and will host Sandhills/Thedford on Thursday and travel to Hyannis on Saturday.



Wauneta-Palisade

Wauneta-Palisade hosted Wallace on Thursday and the Wildcats had the lead when they went to the locker room with a score of 29-24. The Broncos made halftime adjustments and were able to come back to win the game 49-45 over Wallace. Peyton Cox led the Broncos with 15 points, GraCee Goings had 12 points and seven rebounds, and Izzy Stehno added nine rebounds.


On Friday Wauneta-Palisade traveled to Cambridge and that game was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup. You can read more about that game here. The Broncos are 1-1 on the season and will play Decatur Community, KS on Tuesday when they begin the Cattle Trail tournament that will run through Saturday.



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