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The Mid-States Tournament has passed and the O'Neill Eagle girls were looking at facing new opponents  shortly after. The first of the girl's games was played at Creighton Monday, Feb. 5 where they took down the Bulldogs 69-42. 

The Eagles took charge this game, and quarter one was no exception. They took it 11-7. Quarter two was a big play from the Eagles, putting up 21 points while holding down the Bulldogs to only nine.

At half the Eagles were well ahead their opponent, but the third brought the game to a halt with a 15- point stalemate. The match ended with a big 22-11 final from the Eagles to take the win easy.

Hannah Hilker scored high with 20 points, shooting four of eight three-pointers and four of eight two-pointers. Hilker also had two rebounds and three steals; Ashley Sidak was close with 17 points, one rebound and four steals; Autumn Hilker had seven points and four rebounds; Olivia Young was close behind with seven points, three rebounds and one steal; Bergyn Classen had six points, one rebound and two steals; Lauryn Dusatko three points, three rebounds and two steals; Presley Heiss two points, four rebounds and two steals; Rylee Selby two points, three rebounds and three steals; Keeley Chavez one point and one rebound; Mia Lindsay one rebound; and Serena Chavez one steal.

OHS     11      21      15       22       69

CHS       7       9       15       11       42

The next day the Eagles traveled to Plainview for their next match where they would take down their opponent 50-36.

The Eagles took an early lead where they would steadily remain the rest of the game. Quarter two kept the Eagles ahead of the Pirates, winning it 14-12.

That would be the closest the Pirates would come to taking down their opponent, as in the third they again fell by a score of 14-9. A final quarter win was all the Eagles needed to go 4-0 this match and take the game 50-36.

Hannah Hilker was once again the star with 21 points, shooting two of six three pointers and three of nine two-pointers. Hilker also had five rebounds; Young had 14 points, four rebounds and four steals; Heiss six points, four rebounds and one steal; Dusatko five points, ten rebounds and one steal; Selby four points, one rebound and one steal; Sidak two rebounds and one steal; and Classen and A. Hilker both one rebound and one steal.

OHS      9       14       14       13         50

PHS      6       12        9        9         36

Three days pass and on Friday, Feb. 9 the Eagles hosted Ord where they would lose their first match of the week, 53-42.

The match kicked off with a close Chanticleer advantage, taking it 15-14. Quarter two spelled trouble for the Eagles when they were downed 15-6.

Unfortunately for the Eagles, quarter three gave the Chanticleers another small push in the lead. The match ended on a 15-point tie, leading the Eagles to accept defeat in this fairly close match.

Another game goes to Hannah Hilker with her 14 points, shooting two of six three-pointers and two of seven two-pointers. Hilker also had five rebounds and four steals; Heiss not far behind with 10 points, five rebounds and one steal; Dusatko had eight points, eight rebounds and one steal; Young four points and five rebounds; A. Hilker three points and three rebounds; Classen three points and one rebound; Sidak four rebounds; and K. Chavez  one rebound.

OHS      14        6       7       15        42

OHS      15       15      8       15        53


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