Area Boys Sub District Basketball Scores / Results 2/19

The Broken Bow boys basketball team advanced to the C1-10 subdistrict final with a 37-35 come from behind win over Ord Tuesday night. Bow trailed 32-26 but closed the game on an 11-3 run to keep their season alive. Josh Harvey scored a team high 15 for the Indians as they advance to play GICC in the sub final Thursday night. GICC defeated St. Paul 50-39. Thursday’s game will be broadcast on KCNI 96.3 FM

Anselmo-Merna and Ansley/Litchfield advanced in the D1-10 sub district tournament in Broken Bow. Seth Miller scored 24 and Destry Miller had 21 to lead the Coyotes as AM defeated Sandhills/Thedford 65-52 on Tuesday night. The Coyotes will meet Ansley/Litchfield in the D1-10 sub final on Thursday. The Spartans defeated Burwell Tuesday night 69-56. AL had four players finish in double figures led by Justin Bailey with 18 and Chris Paitz scored 17. Ansley/Litchfield will meet Anselmo-Merna for the D1-10 sub final Thursday night in Broken Bow. The game will be broadcast on KBBN 95.3 FM

The South Loup Bobcats advanced to the finals of the C2-11 tournament in Cozad. South Loup defeated Perkins County 53-38. South Loup will play Cambridge in the sub district final on Thursday as Cambridge defeated Southern Valley 57-46.

Arcadia/Loup City saw its season come to a close Tuesday night at the C2-10 subdistrict tournament at Kearney Catholic. The Rebels fell to the 2 seed Doniphan-Trumbull 48-36. Doniphan-Trumbull will play Centura on Thursday night

SEM lost to Blue Hill 55-28 at the D2-8 sub district tournament in Minden. Blue Hill advances to play Loomis in the sub district final.

The Mullen Broncos advanced to the final of the D2-10 sub district tournament at North Platte St. Pat’s. Mullen defeated Stapleton 50-23. The Broncos will face Hyannis on Thursday night as the Longhorns were victorious over Arthur County 65-42.

Cozad will play Ogallala Thursday night in the finals of the C1-11 sub district in Sutherland. Cozad defeated Chase County 64-46 while Ogallala squeaked by Hershey 66-62.