CROFTON, Neb. — Crofton got 22 points and 13 rebounds from Lacey Sprakel in a 58-46 victory over Pierce on Thursday night in Crofton, Nebraska.

Crofton was led by Lacey Sprakel scoring an impressive 22 points and 13 rebounds.

Leading the way for Pierce was Maggie Brahmer scoring 14 points and Zoe Brenden scoring 13 points.

Crofton will play next in the Mid State Conference Tournament on Saturday in Norfolk. Pierce will also be competing next in the Mid State Conference Tournament held on Saturday.

PIERCE (7-8) 12 6 10 18 — 46

CROFTON (13-3) 12 11 14 21 — 58

Bon Homme 39, AC-DC 38

LAKE ANDES — A late surge helped Bon Homme shock Andes Central-Dakota Christian by the score of 39-38 on Thursday evening.

Kenzie Carson led Bon Homme with 15 points, while Ciera Himes added nine points and nine boards.

AC-DC was driven by Tyra Medicine Horn, with nine points and five rebounds.

Bon Homme looks to use its momentum on Tuesday versus Gregory, while ACDC hosts Gregory on Tuesday.

BON HOMME (4-10) 8 13 10 8 — 39

ANDES CEN.-DAK. CHR. (10-4) 11 16 12 9 — 38

Hartington-New. 46, Winside 8

HARTINGTON, Neb. — Hartington-Newcastle built a 24-point halftime lead, which helped them coast to a 46-8 victory over Winside on Thursday evening.

Willa Scoville led Hartington-Newcastle with 23 points (5-9 3PA) and six steals. Bella Harms contributed six points, five rebounds, three assists and three blocks.

No stats were provided for Winside.

HARTINGTON-NEW. (12-5) 14 12 18 2 — 46

WINSIDE (1-13) 0 2 2 4 — 8

Viborg-Hurley 72, Centerville 30

HURLEY — Viborg-Hurley came away with a sweeping win over Centerville 72-30 in girls’ basketball action Thursday night.

Leading the way for Viborg-Hurley was Tori Hansen scoring 20 points alongside Sydney Voss (16 points), Nevaeh Ronke (10 points), and Coral mason (10 points).

Haley Meyer led the way for Centerville scoring 15 points.

Viborg-Hurley will be at home Jan. 31 to take on Baltic. Centerville will be on the road today (Friday) to play Aberdeen Christian.

CENTERVILLE (2-10) 5 11 7 7 — 30

VIBORG-HURLEY (9-4) 19 18 24 11 — 72

Ponca 50, Wynot 34

PONCA, Neb. — Ponca’s extended its winning streak to 11 after defeating Wynot 50-34 in girls’ basketball action Thursday night.

Ponca was led by Kasi Day with 18 points and Taylor Lamprecht with 10 points.

Shaelee Planer led the way for Wynot scoring nine points.

Ponca will go be competing next in the Lewis and Clark Conference Tournament on Saturday. Wynot will also be playing next in the Lewis and Clark Conference Tournament Saturday.

WYNOT (11-4) 8 8 9 9 — 34

PONCA (16-2) 15 12 9 14 — 50

Vermillion 57, Dell Rapids 47

VERMILLION — The Vermillion Tanagers got back in the winning column on Thursday evening with a 57-47 victory over Dell Rapids.

Lexi Plitzuweit led the Tanagers with 22 points, nine rebounds and three assists. Lexi Saunders boasted nine points, eight rebounds and four assists.

The Lady Quarriers were led by Emma Paul with 13 points, six rebounds and five steals.

Vermillion hits the road on Tuesday, as they face Beresford. Dell Rapids benefits from some time off, as they head to Tri-Valley next Friday.

VERMILLION (10-2) 10 14 17 16 — 57

DELL RAPIDS (5-6) 15 9 4 19 — 47

Freeman 54, Canistota 38

FREEMAN — A well-rounded attack from Freeman helped upend Canistota 54-38 on Thursday evening.

Jaimie Glanzer (12 points, nine rebounds) and Josie Fuhrmann (12 points, six steals) led the way for the Flyers. Ennarue Edwards contributed nine points and six rebounds, as well.

Canistota was led by Jordan Engbrecht with 17 points and four rebounds.

Freeman travels to St. Francis on Saturday, while Canistota looks to bounce-back versus Platte-Geddes.

FREEMAN (9-2) 9 20 18 17 — 54

CANISTOTA (6-7) 15 6 7 10 — 38

Plainview 38, Randolph 36

PLAINVIEW, Neb. — In a close game, Plainview outscored Randolph 18-12 in the second half to come out on top 38-36 in girls’ basketball action Thursday night.

No stats were reported for Plainview.

Randolph was led by Emma Bermel scoring 11 points and an impressive seven steals.

Plainview will play next in the Lewis and Clark Conference Tournament on Saturday. Randolph will also be competing next in the Lewis and Clark Conference Tournament starting on Saturday.

RANDOLPH (9-7) 8 16 6 6 — 36

PLAINVIEW (4-13) 7 12 13 6 — 38

DR St. Mary 46, Alcester-Hudson 44

ALCESTER — In an tight affair, Dell Rapids St. Mary managed to come out on top of Alcester-Hudson 46-44 in girls’ basketball action Thursday night.

Leading the way for Dell Rapids St. Mary was Ella Heinitz scoring 16 points and Maddie Schwebach scoring 13 points.

Alcester-Hudson was led by Kendra Jensen scoring an impressive 28 points.

Dell Rapids St. Mary will be at home Friday against Lake Preston. Alcester-Hudson will be on the road Jan29. to take on Centerville.

DELL RAPIDS ST. MARY (6-8) 16 10 8 12 — 46

ALCESTER-HUDSON (3-10) 10 10 13 11 — 44

LCC 59, Wakefield-Allen 36

WAKEFIELD, Neb. — Laurel-Concord-Coleridge jumped out to a 31-13 halftime lead on the way to a 59-36 victory over Wakefield-Allen in girls’ basketball action on Thursday.

Kinsey Hall finished with 15 points, 12 rebounds and four steals for LCC. Lorna Maxon scored 14 points. Makayla Forsberg had 10 rebounds and Delaney Ehlers had eight rebounds in the win.

No statistics were reported for Wakefield-Allen.

Both teams begin play in the Lewis & Clark Conference Tournament on Saturday. LCC travels to Wynot to face Winnebago, while Wakefield-Allen travels to Randolph to face Emerson-Hubbard.

LAUREL-CON.-COL. (8-10)            18  13  15  13 — 59

WAKEFIELD-ALLEN (3-12)             7  6  12  11 — 36

Brookings 54, Mitchell 41

MITCHELL — Brookings outscored Mitchell 38-18 in the second half to come out on top 54-41 in girls’ basketball action Thursday night.

Leading the way for Brookings was Micheala Jewett scoring an impressive 20 points and 12 rebounds along with Carolyn Hieb (13 points) and Johanna (12 points).

Mackenzie Miller led the Mitchell Kernels with 11 points.

Brookings will go on to play at home Jan. 29 against Sioux Falls Lincoln. Mitchell will go on the road Jan. 29 to take on Pierre.

MITCHELL (5-6) 8 15 11 7 — 41

BROOKINGS (9-4) 9 7 20 18 — 54

Lincoln 63, Washington 62

SIOUX FALLS — Behind a 27-point fourth quarter, and a last second buzzer-beater from Emma Osmudson, Sioux Falls Lincoln was able to upend cross-town rival Sioux Falls Washington 63-62 on Thursday evening in ‘AA’ action.

Osmudson led the Patriots with 22 points and three steals. Morgan Hanson boasted a double-double, with 12 points and 10 boards.

The Warriors were led by Peyton Tymerson with 14 points and five rebounds.

Lincoln will go for its seventh-straight victory today (Friday) at Sioux Falls O’Gorman, while Washington travels to Harrisburg on Tuesday.

LINCOLN (8-4) 14 10 12 27 — 63

WASHINGTON (7-4) 13 17 13 19 — 62

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