Humphrey St. Francis and North Bend Central were the two area teams to survive yesterday’s quarterfinals at the girls state basketball tournament.
The Flyers routed Sterling 73-41 to remain unbeaten. The top seed in D2 takes a 23-0 record into today’s semifinals. St. Francis meets 25-2 Mullen at 9 a.m. on KLIR 101.
North Bend will take the court at Pinnacle Bank Arena for a C1 semifinal tomorrow at 9 a.m. on KLIR. The Tigers crushed Broken Bow 50-29 in Wednesday’s quarterfinals, upping their record to 22-3. North Bend’s opponent tomorrow will be number-8 seed Winnebago, which upset top-seeded GICC 48-46.
In D1 action yesterday, Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family was downed by Archbishop Bergan 50-42. The Bulldogs finished 19-5. And BDS fell to Weeping Water 55-45 with the Eagles winding up 18-8.
In C2, the Centennial girls bowed to Crofton 62-37, as the Broncos ended at 23-3.