WINNEBAGO - To keep its own streak alive, Class C No. 3 ended No. 1 Ponca's 25-game winning streak.The last team to beat Ponca, Winnebago kept coach Jeff Berridge's spotless home record intact with a 52-50 win here Tuesday. "We wanted to protect our house. I haven't ever lost here as a coach," said Berridge, who is in his seventh year as the Indians' coach. "We'll have one more in the conference tournament, so we have to protect it one more time.
With Battle Creek stuck on 18 points, the Lutheran High Northeast boys scored 18 in a row to turn what had been a one-point game in the second quarter into a 62-36 win at the Andrews Activity Center on Thursday.Earlier, the Lutheran High girls won their third game in a row, beating the Bravettes 50-41 to improve to 7-7 on the season.The Eagle boys, who beat the Braves 61-58 on Dec. 30, were up 19-18 after a 3-pointer by Battle Creek senior Stone Kraft with 5:24 left in the first half.
HUMPHREY - Wisner-Pilger could do no wrong over the first six minutes of its 63-41 win over Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family here Tuesday.On the cusp of the Daily News area ratings after finishing 11-13 a year ago, the Gators (9-3) led 17-0 after sophomore Colby Heller cashed in his steal with an on senior Hunter Waterman's layup with 2:33 remaining in the first quarter.Heller's assist was one of 22 on 24 made baskets by the Gators, whose lead grew to 30 when sophomore Dylan Kneifl snagged an...
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