Jefferson's girls barreled their way into the Class 1 District 15 semifinals with a 58-28 win over No. 7 seed Worth County Tuesday night in Grant City.
The Eagles amassed a 31-point lead through three quarters, outscoring Worth County 54-23.
Jefferson put up 19 points in each of the first two quarters and 16 in the third.
The Eagles made 19 field goals in the game and went 16-23 at the foul line.
Ten players scored and two eclipsed double-figures.
Shanna Welch posted a game-high 14 points. Freshman Jessie Henry finished with 11 points. Jill Henry produced nine points, while Sarah Kemper had six and made a pair of three's.
Worth County's high scorer was Kacey Smyser with nine points.
#5 Cainsville 48 #4 NE Nodaway 42
Cainsville road the offensive exploits of Takaya McClain to a 48-42 first round win in the Class 1 District 15 Tournament over Northeast Nodaway Tuesday.
McClain had over half of her team's total, finishing with 25 points. Paula Constable netted 14 points and only two other Cainsville players scored.
Cainsville led by four at the half doubled its lead to eight at the end of the third quarter. The Bluejays attempted a fourth quarter rally, but came up short.
Claudia Widerholt led NEN with 16 points and made a pair of three-pointers. Dallis Coffelt also reached double-figures with 10 points. Kristan Judd added six.