AHS v Wauneta-Palisade
Arapahoe came out strong in the first quarter of play. They scored 12 points in the quarter. Wauneta-Palisade finished with eight points in the first. The Broncos found offense in the second quarter. They finished with 15 points, taking the lead before halftime. Arapahoe struggled to get a shot to fall in the second, scoring six points. The Lady Warriors were trailing 23-18 at the half. The two teams were even in the third quarter. They both scored eight points, leaving Arapahoe trailing by five going into the final quarter of play. Wauneta-Palisade struggled to score in the fourth. They finished with five points. Arapahoe had their best offensive output in the fourth quarter. They finished with 17 points, storming back to win 43-36.
The Lady Warriors struggled to find their shot against the Broncos. They finished the game by shooting 27 percent from the floor and 23 percent, 3-13, from long range. They were serviceable from the free throw line, 8-15. They finished the game with 22 turnovers, but countered with 13 offensive rebounds and 10 steals. Arapahoe totaled 26 rebounds and eight assists.
Mariah Watson finished with 12 points on 5-11 shooting, six rebounds, two assists, and three steals. Adrienne North added nine points and six rebounds. Terri Hilker and Emilee Hanke each had eight points. Joslyn North had six points, two assists, three steals, and a team high nine rebounds.
AHS v Maxwell
The Lady Warriors and Wildcats of Maxwell could not put any distance between themselves in the first quarter of play. They each finished with six points. Arapahoe had the advantage in the second quarter with 14 points. Maxwell finished with nine points, trailing 20-15 at halftime. The third quarter belonged to the Wildcats. They finished with 14 points, while Arapahoe had eight points. Maxwell led 29-28 going into the fourth quarter. The Wildcats added another 14 points in the fourth. Arapahoe could not get their shots to fall in the fourth quarter. They scored eight points, but they could not close the gap. Maxwell went on to win 43-36.
Arapahoe shot 33 percent from the floor and from beyond the three-point line. They were limited in their free throw attempts, seven; making only three. The could find their footing in the rebound battle. They finished with 16 rebounds in the game with four on the offensive glass. Arapahoe had 10 assists and nine steals, but turned the ball over 20 times.
Terri Hilker led the team with 16 points on 6-16 shooting. Emilee Hanke finished with nine points. Joslyn North had eight points, six rebounds, and four steals. Adrienne North led the team with five assists.