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RPAC Girls Basketball Results as of 12/31


The NSAA Moratorium ended on the 27th and several RPAC teams jumped into tournaments on the 28th while others had a regular game and some even had the entire week off of games. Take a look at the blog below to catch up on all the action.


Alma

Alma was off last week and will pick up their season as they travel to Franklin on Thursday and host Axtell on Saturday. The Cardinals record remains 8-1.



Arapahoe

Arapahoe hosted the Bob Braithwait Holiday basketball tournament on Thursday and Friday last week. This tournament was one of our RPAC Rundown Featured Matchups and you can read more about their loss to Wallace here and their win over Blue Hill here.


Arapahoe is now 5-5 on the year and will host Maxwell on Tuesday and Medicine Valley on Friday.


Bertrand

The Vikings took part in the Elm Creek Holiday tournament and they battled with Arcadia-Loup City on Thursday and were able to come away with a 46-41 win. Addison Andersen led Bertrand with 15 points and five steals while Katelyn Evans added 11 points and six rebounds. As a team, the Vikings came away with 13 steals.


In the Championship game against host, Elm Creek, Bertrand hung with the Buffaloes, tied at 18 as they went into the half. It was a big third quarter from Elm Creek that separated them from the Vikings. Bertrand lost, 50-34.


Bertrand is now 3-4 on the season and will host Wilcox-Hildreth on Tuesday, travel to Southern Valley on Thursday, and host South Loup on Saturday.



Cambridge

Cambridge hosted Maywood-Hayes Center on Friday and got off to a hot start and had to hold off a run from the Wolves at the end to secure the 36-31 win. Brylyn Springer led the Trojans with 15 points, eight rebounds, and three assists. Erin Johnson added 12 points and six rebounds for the Trojans.


On Saturday, Cambridge traveled to take on Paxton. That game was one of our RPAC Rundown Featured Matchups and you can read more about that by clicking here.


The Trojans are 7-3 on the season now and will host Norton on Tuesday and travel to Southwest on Friday.





Dundy County Stratton

Dundy County Stratton traveled to Axtell on Friday and Saturday for the Axtell Holiday Tournament. During the first game against Chambers/Wheeler Central, the Tigers got the 47-38 win after a dominating 19-7 second quarter.


In the Championship game against Heartland Lutheran, it was all Dundy County Stratton as they got the 50-22 win.


The Tigers are now 3-6 on the season and will host Chase County on Tuesday and travel to Wray, CO on Saturday.


Hitchcock County

Hitchcock County traveled to Brady on Friday and Saturday for the Brady Holiday Tournament. On Friday against Brady, the Falcons claimed the 47-40 win to advance to the championship. Katie Jarecke led the team with 20 points and six steals. Byanka Tyan added 11 points and five rebounds. The team forced 17 steals.


In the championship game against Anselmo-Merna, the Falcons won 44-41. Head coach for the Falcons, Mike Tines, had this to say about the win. "This was a good win for our girls.  We battled the whole game and had a big run in the 3rd quarter to get the lead.  Our defense played very well and our pressure caused a lot of turnovers.  The girls continue to get better and are working very well together."


Tyan led the team with 14 points while Raegan Hagan added 11 points.


Hitchcock County is now 4-5 on the season and will host Southwest on Tuesday and Wauneta-Palisade on Friday.


Maxwell

Maxwell was off last week and will resume action on Tuesday as they travel to Arapahoe and Hershey on Friday before finally hosting Overton on Saturday. The Wildcats remain at 4-4.



Maywood-Hayes Center

Maywood-Hayes Center came out of the break with a trip to Cambridge on Friday night. The Wolves got into a bit of a hole early and struggled to get out of it as the Trojans got the 36-31 win. Maywood-Hayes Center came away with 21 steals as a team as Karissa Stengel led the team with seven steals while Ellie Broz and Caylie Softley added four. Softley also led the team with 11 points.


This is their first loss so the Wolves are now 9-1 on the season and they will travel to Hi-Line on Tuesday and host Paxton on Friday.


Medicine Valley

Medicine Valley had the last week off and will resume action on Friday as they travel to Arapahoe. The Raiders are 4-5 on the year.



Paxton

Paxton hosted Cambridge on Saturday as they came off the break and that was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup. You can read more about that game by clicking here.


The Tigers are 7-2 and will host Leyton on Thursday and travel to Maywood-Hayes Center on Friday.


Southern Valley

Southern Valley played in the Bob Braithwait Arapahoe Holiday Tournament on Thursday and Friday last week. You can read more about their win over Blue Hill by clicking here and their win over Wallace by clicking here.


The Eagles improved to 10-1 on the season and will host Bertrand on Thursday and take part in the Nebraska Girls Basketball Showcase at Kearney High on Saturday as they will play Centennial.



Southwest

The Roughriders had the last week off so they remain at 4-5 and will host Hitchcock County on Tuesday, Cambridge on Friday, and travel to Wauneta-Palisade on Saturday.



Wallace

Wallace took part in the Bob Braithwait Arapahoe Holiday Tournament and that was our RPAC Featured Matchup. You can read more about their win over Arapahoe here and their loss to Southern Valley here.


The Wildcats will host Arthur County on Friday and travel to Mullen on Saturday.



Wauneta-Palisade

The Broncos had the week off and remain at 5-3. They are back in action on Friday when they travel to Hitchcock County and host Southwest on Saturday.

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