Hannah Meeske is one of the first subs into Chase County’s varsity games this season. Here, she brings up the ball in last week’s home contest against Dundy Co. Stratton. (Johnson Publications photo)
Sophie Spady takes aim from three-point range for one of the treys she attempted against Dundy Co. Stratton last week. Spady hit one in that game and also connected on two more against Kimball Saturday. (Johnson Publications photo)
Chase County girls split games, beating Kimball, losing to DCS
Despite a near 20-point loss to undefeated Dundy Co. Stratton last Thursday, the Lady Longhorns came back strong two days later, getting a win over a good Kimball squad.
Last week’s games left the Chase County season record even at 5-5 as they faced a busy week of three contests ahead of next week’s SPVA Conference Tournament.
The tournament bracket wasn’t to be out until Wednesday, said Coach Mark Bottom, so Chase County’s seeding wasn’t known at press time.
North Platte St. Pat’s, undefeated at 13-0, will be top-seeded, with Hershey and Bridgeport, both 8-3, vying for No. 2.
However, less than half a point separated Hershey, Bridgeport, Kimball and Chase County early in the week.
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