Wolves, Warriors join area girls' hoops winners

Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Senior Terri Hilker and the Arapahoe Warriors focused on a Friday night home win.
Steve Towery/McCook Gazette

ARAPAHOE, Neb. ó The Arapahoe Warriors broke free from Medicine Valley to a 44-31 victory Friday night.

Sophomore Hope Kollerís 12 points led a balanced Warrior attack where senior Terri Hilker and freshman Emerson Swanson added eight points each.

Senior Adrienne North and sophomore Emilee Hanke scored six apiece. Arapahoe (2-9 record) only led 15-12 at half but outscored the Raiders 15-8 during their third period.

Medicine Valley (4-6) featured junior Acelyn Kleinís double-double of 10 points and 15 rebounds.

Sophomore Kaylyn Roblee scored another six for coach Derek Bantamís team.

M-HC 63,

Paxton 22

PAXTON, Neb. ó The Maywood-Hayes Center girls turned a 12-0 start into 28-1 by halftime while earning their 10th win of this season.

Senior Avery Johnsonís 20 points led the 10-2 Wolves with another 10 from junior Jaycee Widener.

Both team leaders pulled down eight rebounds.

Senior Jaycee Lapp put nine points through the nets with freshman Ashlin Broz scoring six.

Senior Natalie Koubek and freshman Kiley Hejtmanek netted another four points apiece.

Cambridge 60,

Southwest 23

BARTLEY, Neb. ó Senior Korynn Clasonís 23 points matched the Southwest team total and sophomore Autumn Deterding stepped up to add 12 in the Trojan victory Friday evening.

Seniors Maria Jauken (eight points), Cali Gunderson (seven) and soph Schyler Hoberty (six) were other leaders in one of the Trojansí top offensive efforts this season.

Clason secured nine rebounds and freshman Brielle Miller snared six for 2-7 Cambridge.

Southwest (5-7) got nine points from junior Haylee Adams and freshman Bailey Truksaís six.

On Saturday, Wauneta-Palisade (3-9 record) scored a 64-57 victory over the Roughriders. No individual stats were obtained.

Rawlins County 61,

Wallace County 50

Kristen Beckmanís 16 points, Abby Singhatehís 13 and another 10 thanks to Sadie Sramek led this Rawlins County (Kan.) triumph.

Southern Valley 42,

Bertrand 38

BERTRAND, Neb. ó Lauryn Samelsonís nine points/nine boards joined senior Grace Hogeland (12 points ) and Jenny Moenning-Linden (nine) in leading the win.

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