No. 2 Humphrey St. Francis outscored Crawford 22-2 in the second quarter Thursday on the way to a 67-24 victory over Crawford in the final first-round game of the Class D-2 state tournament.
The Morrill girls basketball team beat Crawford 48-39 to claim the championship of the Harrison Holiday Tournament Tuesday in Harrison.
The Crawford football team improved to 2-1 on the season with a 42-20 win over Morrill on Friday night in Morrill. Crawford coach John Jones was happy with the performance despite some early penalties.
The top-ranked team in Class D-2 did what top-ranked teams should, and the result was a comfortable win in the first round of the girls state basketball tournament.
The Crawford girls buried seven 3-pointers, including three from Kalen Nedella, and the Rams punched their ticket to the Nebraska state tournament next week with a 49-42 win over Leyton on Friday night in Alliance in the D2-6 district final.
Crawford junior Taylor Alcorn is having a memorable finish to his junior wrestling season.
Jorge Lara nailed five 3-pointers and scored a career-high 30 points to lead the Morrill boys basketball team to a come-from-behind 64-63 overtime win over Crawford.
Crawford senior Jessee Underwood poured in 15 points Friday, helping the Rams defeat Morrill 56-48 for their 14th victory of the season. Underwood said it was a gutsy win against a feisty Morrill squad.
It will be Chadron vs. Hemingford in both of the championship games of the Chadron Rotary Club’s George Watson Holiday Classic in the Chicoine Center today. The Chadron girls are 7-1 for the season and the Hemingford girls are 5-1. The Chadron boys are 6-2 and the Bobcat boys are 6-0.
Tompkin has 11 aces, 10 kills to lead Hornets into D-2 semifinals
Even after a five-set loss to Lawrence-Nelson in the subdistrict semifinals, Giltner refused to even consider the notion that the Hornets might not get an opportunity to defend their state championship.
ALLIANCE — The Crawford volleyball team rode the momentum of a strong start to knock off Leyton 25-17, 25-18, 18-25, 25-10 in the Class D-2, District 6 championship match on Thursday night at Alliance High School.
Creek Valley senior Lane Godfrey and Crawford junior Colton Micheel ended their golf seasons in impressive fashion Thursday as both earned medals in the Nebraska Class D state tournament at the Kearney Country Club.