In their final game of the RPAC tournament, the Lady Cats faced Wauneta-Palisade’s Broncos. By halftime the score was close, 20-15 in Wallace’s favor, but the Lady Cats picked up their game, scoring another 31 points in the second half. Wauneta-Palisade scored just 22 additional points, leaving the game 51-37. Wallace’s record now stands 5-9 going into their game versus Brady on Tuesday, Feb. 4. On Friday, Feb 7 the Lady Cats will play Maxwell’s Wildcats, and on Tuesday, Feb. 11 they will face Southwest’s Roughriders. Above: Sophomore Mariah Gardner takes the ball up to the hoop. Gardner was the top scorer for the Lady Cats against Wauneta-Palisade. She scored 24 points, and sank the only two three-pointers of the game from either team.
Junior Brandon Knoles ran his record in the 225 class to 36-11 with five pins during a dual at Kearney Catholic Friday and the Doniphan-Trumbell invite Saturday.
Perkins County’s venture into northeast Colorado for a pair of games left the Plainsmen still looking for wins.
The Lady Plainsmen suffered two losses last week against Holyoke on Tuesday and Sedgwick County on Thursday.
Perkins County’s grapplers got just what they needed at last weekend’s Chadron meets—lots of matches.
Some wrestlers got as many as nine matches in two days of tournaments.