Playing one of its best defensive games of the year, Jefferson's girls roared past Osborn for a 46-15 win Friday night in Conception Junction.
The Eagles gave up no more than six points in a quarter and held Osborn to seven in the first half.
Jefferson had its best offensive quarter in the first and finished it ahead 16-3.
The Eagle advantage grew to 27-7 at the half and 41-13 after the third quarter.
Freshman Jessie Henry and senior Shanna Welch were Jefferson's top scorers with 12 points apiece. Emily Mattson kicked in nine points off the bench. Ashley Chor and Sarah Kemper each hit a three.
Osborn's high scorer was Courtney Nichols with seven points.
Nodaway-Holt 48 Craig-Fairfax 31
After a near-even first quarter, Nodaway-Holt added 15 points to its slim lead in each of the next two to run away with a 48-31 win over CFX Friday night.
CFX scored only six points in the middle two quarters, while the Trojans combined for 27.
Nodaway-Holt was fairly consistent offensively the whole night, scoring between 10 and 15 points in every quarter.
Megan Rosenbohm led the Trojans with 15 points and fell just shy of a double-double with nine rebounds.
Amanda O'Riley struck for 11 points.
Krysta Beattie had six and pulled down 12 rebounds. Frankie Lemar also had six points.
CFX's Aleesha Ball led all scorers with 21 points. Ryan Hopkins tossed in six.
On Thursday, Nodaway-Holt defeated Northeast Nodaway 43-30 in Graham.
Beattie lead the way with 13 points and Rosenbohm had 12. Five other Trojans chipped in offensively.
NEN's high scorer was Taryn Farnan with eight points.
South Holt 51 North Nodaway 46
Up six after the first quarter, North Nodaway's girls got outscored in each of last three, resulting in a 51-46 home to South Holt Friday night.
The Lady Knights pulled within four at the half, tied it up by the end of the third quarter and surged in front in the fourth.
After scoring 29 first half points, the Lady Mustangs were held to 17 in the second half. South Holt went the opposite way, scoring 12 points or more over the final three quarters.
South Holt went 16-28 at the foul line, while the Mustangs were only 6-12.
The Knights were powered offensively by Emily Cox who had a game-high 21 points and McKenzi Prussman with 18. Prussman hit all three of the team's three-pointers.
North Nodaway hit six three's in the game, three by Cambry Schluter and two from Leslie Birkenholz.
Schluter had a team-high 15 points. Birkenholz totaled 12. Erin Greeley also hit double-figures with 10 points.
DeKalb 44 South Nodaway 35
South Nodaway tried to claw back from a 12-point halftime deficit, but its efforts were re-buffed by DeKalb in the fourth quarter of a 44-35 loss.
Held to just three points in the third quarter, DeKalb responded with 15 in the fourth and protected a nine-point lead. South Nodaway also scored 15 fourth quarter points, but managed seven or less in each of the first three quarters.
DeKalb's Madison Reagan led all scorers with 19 points. Alysa Jones contributed 12 points.
South Nodaway's only double-figure scorer was Andrea Henggeler with 17 points. Malainee Hilsabeck tossed in six.
LeAnn Walker hit the team's only three.
Tarkio 50 West Nodaway 32
Scoring just two first quarter points, the Lady Rockets fell behind by 12 and never found their way back into Friday night's 50-32 loss to Tarkio.
West Nodaway's deficit grew to 29-10 at the half and 39-19 entering the fourth quarter.
The Lady Rockets received 12 points apiece from Deanna Harvey and Marissa Perkins. Harvey hit the team's only three.
Tarkio's Abby McEnaney led all scorers with 17 points and nailed five three-pointers. Emily Graves followed with 14 points. Kamden Poppa had seven.
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Updated Feb. 3, 2013 @ 11:58 am
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