Johnson-Brock joined an exclusive club Saturday at the state volleyball tournament. The Eagles won their third consecutive Class D-1 title. Only nine other schools have accomplished that feat in any class.

The first eight minutes of Tuesday nights D2-2 second game at Centennial High School set the stage for the Hampton Hawks 54-41 win over the Meridian Mustangs.

The No. 5 Heartland Huskies (21-2) had no trouble advancing in the D1-2 Subdistrict tournament as they pulverized the Meridian Mustangs 56-17 in the first game Tuesday night.

The High Plains Storm geared up for the Class D1-4 Subdistrict at Cross County starting tonight with a 70-10 thrashing of the Meridian Mustangs in their CRC regular season finale Friday.

High Plains led at every stop Tuesday night, and picked up a 45-40 win in girls CRC action. The Storm got double-digit scoring efforts from Amber Scherer with 12 and Rachel Beck with 10.

The stats from a basketball game don’t always tell the story of the contest. However the final numbers from the girls CRC consolation final at the York City Auditorium on Friday afternoon summed things up pretty well.

The No. 2 Class D2 Exeter-Milligan Timberwolves ran their season record to 7-0 and won their 20th game in a row with a 62-13 win over the Meridian Mustangs Friday night.

If the Cross County Cougars were looking for a measuring stick as to where they stack up in the CRC Tournament which starts today at the York City Auditorium, they probably had a few questions answered at the Giltner triangular on Thursday night.

The Meridian Mustangs may have put themselves right into the conversation of top Class D-2 teams with a 2-1 win over the No. 3 Hampton Hawks Tuesday night.