Bow, A-M, SEM, South Loup, and Mullen All Advance in Girls Sub District Play

The Broken Bow girls basketball team improved to 22-2 with a 46-35 win over Valentine at the C1-9 sub district tournament in Burwell Tuesday night. Broken Bow led by just 3 at the end of the 3rd but outscored Valentine 14-6 in the 4th quarter to pull away for the win. Bow will advance to the sub district final which will be played Thursday in Burwell. Broken Bow will play O’Neill. The Lady Eagles held off Ord 45-41. Tip off for Thursday’s game is scheduled for 7 p.m. The game will be broadcast on KCNI 96.3 FM and kcni1280.com.

Anselmo-Merna advanced in the D2-7 sub district tournament played at Broken Bow. A-M defeated Heartland Lutheran Tuesday night 45-33. Kaitlyn Jacqout led the way for the Lady Coyotes with a game high 15 points. A-M will face SEM in the sub district final on Thursday. The Lady Mustangs defeated Twin Loup in a thriller to advance. After Twin Loup’s Tiara Mauler made two free throws to tie the game with under 5 seconds remaining, SEM’s Faith Hernandez hit a 3 from half court at the buzzer to win by a final score of 35-32. Abbie Rohde was leading scorer for SEM with 13 points and Tiara Mauler led the way for Twin Loup with 11.

South Loup advanced in the C2-11 sub district tournament with a 61-20 win over Hi-Line. The Lady Bobcats will face Elm Creek in the sub final on Thursday as Elm Creek defeated Maxwell 48-28.

Mullen advanced at the D2-9 sub district by defeating Hyannis 61-16. The Lady Broncos will face Arthur County on Thursday night as Arthur squeaked by Sandhills/Thedford 40-38.

Ansley/Litchfield fell at the D2-8 sub district at Kearney Catholic. Shelton defeated the Lady Spartans 53-27. Shelton advances to play Pleasanton who defeated Amherst 63-23.

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