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RPAC Girls Basketball Results as of 2/18

While some seasons came to an end this week, others are preparing for district final games on Friday with the hopes of a state berth. Check out the blog below to get caught up on all the action from last week.


Alma was the #2 seed in the D1-9 subdistrict and began the tournament with #3 Arapahoe. The Cardinals got off to a hot start and never cooled off as they were able to take down the Warriors, 74-36. Kamryn Scott led Alma with 15 points, four assists, and three steals, Riley Scott had 14 points and four assists, Tierston Moore had 12 points and three assists, and Addison Siebels had 11 points, 10 assists, and five steals.

Alma advanced to the subdistrict final to take on #1 Southern Valley. This would be the 3rd time they would face each other in four weeks. The Cardinals fell short, 49-26. K. Scott led the team with seven points.

The Cardinals had to wait to see how the subdistrict finals came to be to see if they would earn a wildcard to play in a district final. Sure enough, they did. Alma's record is now 20-4 and is the #11 seed and will face #6 McCool Junction at McCool Junction on Friday at 6:00 P.M. in the D1-6 district final game.


Arapahoe was the #3 seed in the D1-9 subdistrict and took on #2 Alma. The Warriors trailed by 10 after the first quarter and while the Cardinals remained hot, the Warriors cooled off and struggled to stick with the high-scoring affair from Alma. Arapahoe coughed up 23 turnovers as a team. Sage Larson led the team with 11 points.

Arapahoe finished their season at 11-13.


Bertrand was the #4 seed in the D2-5 subdistrict and began their tournament with #5 Franklin. The Vikings led early and then had to ride the waves from the Flyer surges but were able to get the 28-20 win. Bertrand was led by Brooklyn Evans with 14 points and five rebounds.

They advanced to take on #1 Overton. Bertrand hung with the Eagles as they trailed 17-12 after the first quarter but then Overton was able to create separation and the Vikings couldn't make up that ground as they lost 71-38. Bertrand was led by Addison Anderson with 16 points and six rebounds while Evans added 13 points.

Bertrand finished their season at 7-15.

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Cambridge was the #1 seed in the D2-9 subdistrict and took on #5 Wauneta-Palisade. Cambridge got out to the early 19-10 lead after the first quarter and then struggled to get the ball in the hoop while the Broncos caught fire. The Trojans fell to Wauneta-Palisade, 43-41. Cambridge was led by Brylyn Springer with 27 points, 11 rebounds, 1 steal, and three blocks.

The Trojans end their season with a record of 12-10.

Dundy County Stratton

Dundy County Stratton was the #3 seed in the D2-9 subdistrict and began their tournament with #2 Hitchcock County. While low scoring, the Tigers had the 8-4 lead after one and the 19-11 lead at the half. The Falcons weren't giving up easy on it as they had to weather surges from Hitchcock County but Dundy County Stratton prevailed with the 50-36 win. The Tigers were led by Alyssa Schneider with 13 points, six rebounds, four assists, and four steals. Clara Spargo added 10 points, 11 rebounds, and three assists.

The Tigers advanced to take on #5 Wauneta-Palisade. The Tigers trailed after one quarter but responded to take the 22-19 lead at the half. It was back and forth in the second half, but the Tigers were able to take the 45-42 win over the Broncos. Schneider had 12 points, five rebounds, seven assists, and five steals while Kimberly Escobar added 12 points and seven rebounds.

The Tigers are 14-11 on the season. With that win, Dundy County Stratton advanced to a district final. They are the #15 seed and will play #2 Falls City Sacred Heart at Hastings High on Friday at 6:00 P.M. for the D2-2 district final game.

Hitchcock County

The Falcons were the #2 seed in the D2-9 subdistrict and took on #3 Dundy County Stratton. The Falcons trailed early and tried to rally in the second half but it wasn't enough as they lost, 50-36. The Falcons were led by Byanka Tyan with 13 points and five rebounds.

The Falcons end their season at 9-14.


Maxwell was the #4 seed in the C2-12 subdistrict and took on #5 Hemingford last Monday. The Wildcats jumped out in front early and kept the cruise on as they locked up the 49-33 win. Kristyn Cheek led the team with 20 points, 10 rebounds, and five steals while Jocelyn Cheek added 14 points, eight rebounds, four steals, and five blocks.

In Tuesday's game against #1 Bayard, Maxwell lost 55-30. The Wildcats were led by J. Cheek with seven points, 11 rebounds, and four blocks.

Maxwell finished the season at 9-13.

Maywood-Hayes Center

Maywood-Hayes Center was the #1 seed in the D1-11 subdistrict and played #4 Hi-Line on Tuesday night. The Wolves dominated from the jump as they clinched the 66-22 win. As a team, MHC forced 44 turnovers with 24 of those being steals. Karissa Stengel led the team with 11 points, five assists, and seven steals.

On Thursday night, it was another dominating performance as the Wolves ran away with a 62-20 win over Brady. Blayklee Farr and Kesli Cox led the Wolves with 13 points each while Farr added six rebounds and Caylie Softley had 12 and seven rebounds. Stengel led the team with six steals.

Maywood-Hayes Center improved to 21-2 and advanced to the D1-8 district final as they are the #9 seed and will play #8 Elgin Public/Pope John at Kearney High on Friday at 6:30 P.M.

Medicine Valley

Medicine Valley was the #4 seed in the D2-9 subdistrict and played #5 Wauneta-Palisade and it was a tight and back-and-forth affair. The Raiders came up short as they fell, 54-51. Stella Heapy led the team with 32 points.

The Raiders ended their season at 9-12.


The Tigers were the #1 seed in the D2-10 subdistrict and played #4 Garden County on Tuesday. Paxton got up early in the game and was able to get the 46-26 win. Jacelyn Jorgensen and Jordan Clouse led the team with 12 points each and Ella Fote added 11 points.

On Thursday, Paxton faced #3 Arthur County and the Tigers got out to a 15-2 start and weathered a surge from the Wolves in the second quarter but prevailed and extended the lead in the second half to get the 46-28 win. Fote led the team with 15 points and seven rebounds while Jorgensen added 14 points, seven rebounds, and five steals.

The Tigers are 16-9 and will advance to the D2-6 district final as the #11 seed and will face #6 Leyton on Friday at 6:00 P.M. MST at Leyton.

Southern Valley

Southern Valley was the #1 seed for the D1-9 subdistrict and faced #2 Loomis on Tuesday. The Eagles led 21-1 after the first quarter and led 39-4 at the half. Southern Valley went on to win, 51-23. Ann Bose led the team with 19 points, nine rebounds, and seven steals while Vanesa Aguayo had 11 points.

The Eagles faced #2 Alma on Thursday night and were able to get the 49-26 win. Southern Valley came away with 20 steals in the game and was led by Adi Hunt with 10 of the steals. Hunt also led the team in scoring with 15 points. Bose had 14 points, seven rebounds, and four steals while Aguayo also had 10 points.

Southern Valley improves to 25-1 and will advance to the D1-3 district final and will host #14 Amherst at 6:00 P.M. on Friday at home.


Southwest was the #2 seed in the D1-11 subdistrict and faced #3 Brady. Southwest trailed from the start and made a run in the 3rd quarter and made things interesting but ultimately it wasn't enough as they lost, 41-38. Kyra Nelms led the team with 13 points and eight rebounds.

The Roughriders end the season at 14-8.


The Wildcats were the #2 seed in the D2-11 subdistrict and took on #3 Arthur County. The Wildcats led for the majority of the game as they led 27-25. The Wolves made a run in the 4th quarter as the Wildcats were outscored 15-9 and lost the game, 40-36. Kendyl Flaming led the team with 14 points.

Wallace finished the season at 8-15.


Wauneta-Palisade was the #5 seed in the D2-9 subdistrict and began on Monday night with #4 Medicine Valley. It was back and forth and came down to the wire, but the Broncos were able to get the 54-51 win to advance to Tuesday. GraCee Goings had 17 points, Peyton Cox had 17 points, seven rebounds, and seven blocks, and Izzy Stehno had 11 points and six rebounds to lead the team.

On Tuesday they faced #1 Cambridge. The Broncos trailed early but were able to hang around and surge at the end of the game to pull off the 43-41 upset. Goings led the team with 13 points and six assists and Cox had 11 points, 11 rebounds, five assists, three steals, and three blocks.

On Thursday, Wauneta-Palisade advanced to face #3 Dundy County Stratton where they fell 45-42.

The Broncos end their season with a 9-12 record.


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