|BDS Girls 13-10 Entering Postseason|
|Written by thenebraskasigna|
|Monday, 13 February 2012 21:52|
The BDS Eagles topped the Osceola Bulldogs 44-38 in girls basketball Tuesday, Feb. 7 at Davenport as the winners led after each quarter.
“I like the way our girls kept fighting,” said BDS Coach Shana Gerberding. “Osceola kept hanging around and the girls kept making plays to keep the lead.”
BDS carried the game from long range, making 8 of 22 three pointers to 2 of 6 for Osceola.
The Eagles took the lead 12-10 after the first quarter, and margins of 12-11 and 14-10 in the second and third quarters boosted the lead to 38-31 going into the final period.
BDS improved its season mark to 11-10, while Osceola fell to 8-11.
BDS connected on 6 of 8 free throw tries. The Eagles made 7 of 26 from the field, while Osceola was 10 of 44 from the field. The Bulldogs connected on 12 of 17 from the line.
“Cynthia Mick had a nice game with 11 points and 10 rebounds,” Coach Gerberding said. “Jaycie Hoins came off the bench in the third quarter and was 3-3 shooting.”
Scoring- C. Mick 11, Hoins 9, Garland 9, Bentley 8, J. Mick 5, Swartzendruber 2. Rebounds- C. Mick 10, J. Mick 6. Assists- Garland 3.
Team rebounds-- BDS-29, Osceola-28.
The BDS Eagles crushed the Nebraska Lutheran Knights 58-24 in girls basketball Thursday, Feb. 9 at Bruning in a game where the Eagles held the Knights to only 5 field goals.
“I liked how the girls came out ready to play and played with consistent intensity for four quarters,” said BDS Coach Shana Gerberding.
The Eagles forced 20 Nebraska Lutheran turnovers to help the victory.
The Eagles jumped ahead 15-9 at the end of the first period, led 27-13 at halftime, and then held a lead of 43-17 going into the final period.
BDS improved its season mark to 12-10.
BDS connected on 5 of 12 three-pointers and made 11 of 19 free throw attempts. The Eagles sank 16 of 50 field goal attempts, while Nebraska Lutheran was 5 of 29 from the field. Nebraska Lutheran sank 3 of 11 three-point tries and connected on 5 of 11 free throw tries.
BDS held a 39-17 edge on the boards.
“Matyson Kleinschmidt came off the bench and played well with 13 points and 8 rebounds,” Gerberding said.
Scoring- Kleinschmidt 13, Bentley 10, J. Mick 9, C. Mick 9, Swartzendruber 7, Garland 6, Hoins 4. Rebounds- Kleinschmidt 8, Garland 7. Assists- Hinrichs 4. Steals- Garland 5.
The BDS Eagles demolished the High Plains Storm 55-21 in girls basketball Friday, Feb. 10 at Bruning in a game where the Eagles held the Storm to only 7 field goals.
“Playing the third game of the week the girls still managed to come out with a lot of effort and intensity,” said BDS Coach Shana Gerberding. “Got some early turnovers, which we turned into points, which set the tone for the game.”
The Eagles forced 29 High Plains turnovers to provide a big assist for the victory.
The Eagles took the lead 13-2 after the first quarter, and margins of 14-2 and 13-6 in the second and third quarters boosted the lead to 40-10 going into the final period.
BDS improved its season mark to 13-10.
BDS connected on 5 of 20 three-point tries and hit 14 of 21 free throw tries. The Eagles sank 13 of 49 field goal attempts, while High Plains was 7 of 26 from the field. High Plains made 0 of 5 three-pointers and connected on 7 of 13 free throw tries.
Scoring- Kleinschmidt 12, Garland 11, C. Mick 9, J. Mick 7, Bentley 4, Pavelka 3, Swartzendruber 3, Schroeder 2, Hinrichs 2, Hoins 2. Rebounds- C. Mick 7, Swartzendruber 6. Assists- J. Mick 2, Meyer 2. Steals- Garland 6.
Team rebounds-- BDS-33, High Plains-26.