Adam Moline MVP
in boys’ game
Sheyla Christner scored six points Friday night as the West team, led by Coach Roger Lauhead of Wauneta, doubled up the East 70-35 in Cambridge’s CSO girls All-Star game.
West MVP went to Hitchcock County’s Laramey Lewis. Lewis scored 14 points in the contest, a total matched by West teammate Morgan Jones from Dundy County-Stratton.
Alissa Brooks of Southern Valley scored nine for the East and was named East MVP.
The West boys team completed the night’s sweep with a 80-73 win in a competitive and scrappy contest.
Chase County’s Adam Moline paced the West team with 13 points. Adam Lawson of Hayes Center added 12 and Gabe Ware of Hitchcock County finished in double figures with 10. Moline was named West MVP.
The East team was led by Travis Hodgson of Elwood with 18. Cambridge’s Rayce Dauwen added 17.
Hodgson was named East MVP.
West Girls 14 19 20 16—70
East Girls 5 8 11 11—35
West Girls—Christer, Wauneta-Palisade, 6; Brooke Hochstetler, Wallace, 10; Jones, Dundy County-Stratton, 14; Jacee Kershaw, Hitchcock County, 6; Halsie Large, Hayes Center, 5; Lewis, Hitchcock County, 14; Tanya Metcalf, Perkins County, 4; Laura Miller, Hitchcock County, 0; Emilyne Nichols, McCook, 4; Larissa Wach, Hayes Center, 4.
East Girls—Sydnee Bartruff, Loomis, 0; Brooks, Southern Valley, 9; Jenna Brugh, Alma, 5; Amber Daffer, Southern Valley, 2; Tori Garcia, Cambridge, 0; Mindy Kuck, Bertrand, 3; Taylor Losey, Alma, 2; Allie McConville, Southwest, 5; Ashley McCoy, Arapahoe, 3; Olivia Rodenbaugh, Loomis, 6.
West Boys 18 14 18 28—80
East Boys 16 19 20 20—73
West Boys—Colton Aspenleiter, Medicine Valley, 8; Michael Bishop, Hayes Center, 5; Taylor Boldt, Perkins County, 4; Adam Dickey, Chase County, 6; Kyle Gaston, McCook, 8; Lawson, Hayes Center, 12; Moline, Chase County, 13; Tyler Rehbein, Hayes Center, 9; Scott Rotherham, Dundy County-Stratton, 3; Gabe Ware, Hitchcock County, 10.
East Boys—Michael Brodd, Southwest, 5; Dauwen, Cambridge, 17; Kyle Exstrom, Holdrege, 2, Tanner Hays, Alma, 3; Hodgson, Elwood, 18; Matt Huston, Loomis, 4; Cole Maruhn, Southern Valley, 4; Clay McNall, Loomis, 9; Justin Stagemeyer, Arapahoe, 2; Jonathan Weber, Elwood, 12.