Palmer 36 Tracy 23
The Lady Bulldogs had a 14-6 lead over the Lady Eagles at the half. They continued their lead in the second half for a 36-23 win.
Sophie Layne led the Lady Bulldogs with 17 points. Maci Freeman followed with 10 points. Shanea Wideman scored four points. Kasadee Crabtree had three points and Alya Hoy scored two points.
Maddy Shrum and Diamond Finney led the Lady Eagles with five points each. Angelia Sanders and Shelby Nunley followed with four points each. Abby Nunley scored three points and Morgan King had two points.
North 44 Swiss 11
The North Lady Warriors led after one quarter 17-0 and had a 23-7 lead at the half. North picked up a 44-11 win and remain undefeated in conference play.
Jalie Ruehling led the Lady Warriors with 17 points. Kaitlyn Kirby scored eight points. Kaylee Smartt had seven points. Carlee Smartt and Jocelyn Partin scored four points each. Lacie Woodlee and Wrylee McDaniel had two points each.
Brylee Dempsey led the Lady Wildcats with seven points. Maggie Baskin scored two points. Jaycie Grooms and Kailey Grooms scored one point each.
Tracy 34 Palmer 19
The Tracy Eagles had the lead over the Palmer Bulldogs 17-7 at the half. The Bulldogs outscored the Eagles in the third 10-6 but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Eagles.
Tyler Byers and Sam Parson led the Eagles with eight points each. Jr. Crisp, Landon Hill, and Zach Carpenter all scored four points each. Alex Parson, Dillon Merrell, and Brooks Grudger all had two points each.
Braden Hornbuckle led the Bulldogs with 10 points. Levi Nance scored six points and Bailey Totherow had three points.
Swiss 42 North 30
Both teams started out slow with a 5-3 Wildcat lead after one quarter. The Wildcats picked it up in the second quarter scoring 17 points with a 22-11 lead over the Warriors at the half. Swiss continued their lead in the second half for a 42-30 win.
Jordan Nance led the Wildcats with 20 points. Dawson Misiolek followed with 11 points. Ian Stotts scored five points. Matt Borne hit a three pointer. Clay Parker had two points and Jacob Partain tossed in a point.
Jarod Huntley led the Warriors with 12 points. Isaac Campbell and Peyton Huntley scored seven points each. Kaleb Hartenstein had four points.