The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family boys started the North Bend Central Holiday Tournament against Concordia, but the Mustangs took their advantage in the first half and held the Bulldogs off with a strong fourth quarter effort. Concordia won 53-41.
Three Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family Bulldogs outscored Stanton themselves Saturday in a 73-49 win.
The Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family girls placed second at the North Bend Central Holiday Tournament. Pictured, front row, left to right, are Abi Schneider, Alisha Dahlberg, Mollie Groteluschen, Riley Jurgens, Autumn Bender and Kenzie Petersen. Back row, Lexi Frauendorfer, Paige Beller, Addison Schneider, Chelsa Reardon, Jenaya Wemhoff, Ellee Hanzel, Halle Beller, Anna Bialas and Ali Brandl. Courtesy photo
Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family placed second in the North Bend Central Holiday Tournament.
The Humphrey Lindsay Holy Family boys were third in the North Bend Central Holiday Tournament. Pictured, front row, left to right, are Tyson Herchenbach, Ashton Sims, Alex Schemek, Jett Spiers, Dawson Frauendorfer, Ayden Veik and Zach Pfeifer. Middle row, Easton Baumgart and Seth Wiese. Back row, Ethan Keller, Paxton Bertrand, Cooper Beller, Kyle Preister, Jacob Sjuts, Jason Sjuts and Sage Frauendorfer. Courtesy photo
Jason Sjuts scored 31 points to lead Humphrey-Lindsay Holy Family past Guardian Angels Central Catholic 53-36 in the North Bend Central Holiday Tournament.
The St. Francis girls basketball team won the championship of the West Point/Beemer Holiday Tournament. Members of the team are, front row, left to right, Allison Weidner, Alissa Kosch and Kayla Brandl. Middle row, Emma Baumgart, Hannah Baumgart, Jalyssa Hastreiter and Karly Kessler. Back row, Head Coach Bryan Reichmuth, Kylee Wessel, Kaylee Stricklin, Leah Kosch, Makenna Wietfeld and Assistant Coach Gary Bender. Courtesy photo
Kaylee Stricklin goes up for a shot for St. Francis in the tournament title game against West Point/Beemer. She scored 17 points to help the Lady Flyers to a 50-40 win. Courtesy photo
St. Francis raced out to an 11-point advantage in the first quarter, and that was enough to propel the Lady Flyers to a 50-40 win over West Point/Beemer Thursday in the title game of the West Point/Beemer Holiday Tournament.