Madison Hugdahl led the way with 16 points as the Osseo-Fairchild girls basketball team defeated Altoona 58-52 on Thursday in Altoona.
The Thunder also got 11 points apiece from Sophiah Filla and Makayla Steinke. Steinke knocked down three 3-pointers.
Averie Varsho made four triples of her own and finished with 13 points for the Railroaders, tying Kayla Wiggins for the team’s highest point total on the night. Emma Mickelson chipped in with nine points for Altoona.
Eau Claire North 64, Rice Lake 41: Laura Swenson poured in 24 points to lead the Huskies, who also got 11 points from Jenna Haselwander.
A huge second half lifted North, which outscored the Warriors 37-21 after halftime.
Regis 45, Thorp 33: Teryn Karlstad scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Ramblers to their eighth win of the season, accounting for nearly half of the team’s points.
Cassidy Stroinski led Thorp with 10 points.
Durand 70, Boyceville 30: Julia Hayden, Emily Annis and Emma Hansen all scored in double-figures for the Panthers. Hayden led the way with 20 points, while Annis and Hansen had 12 and 11, respectively.
Elk Mound 65, Glenwood City 26: Morgan Radtke’s 16 points powered the Mounders, who also got 13 points from Brook Plaszcz and 10 from Sydney Simpson.
Colfax 54, Mondovi 30: Kameri Meredith tallied 18 points, and the Vikings also got a boost from Rachel Scharlau and her 12 points.
Fall Creek 73, Stanley-Boyd 41: The Crickets got 17 points from Katelyn Hong to cruise to a Western Cloverbelt Conference win. Ariel Heuer added 12 for Fall Creek, and Arianna Mason led Stanley-Boyd with 18.
Northwestern 54, Bloomer 45: The Tigers got the better of the Blackhawks in a matchup of Heart O’ North Conference contenders.
Bradley Sarauer led Bloomer with 12 points, and Caleb Ruf added 10.
Blair-Taylor 85, Eleva-Strum 47: Matt Waldera scored 23 points and Kyle Steien chipped in with 18 to keep the Wildcats unbeaten.
Chippewa Falls 4, River Falls 1: Isaac Lindstrom, Brady Fixmer, AJ Schemenauer and Isaac Frenette did the scoring for the Cardinals, while Jaden Hoople made 20 saves in net.
Somerset 3, RAM 2: Nick Madson and Nolan Hellegers scored for RAM to build a 2-0 lead, but Somerset scored three in the third period to grab the win.
St. Croix Valley 7, Chippewa Falls/Menomonie 0: Haley Frank had 31 saves in net for Chippewa Falls/Menomonie.
Eau Claire 121.2, Menomonie 119.5: Eau Claire’s Neveah Plahn and Menomonie’s Melody Greenwood tied for first place in uneven bars. Greenwood had the top score in vaulting and all around, while teammate Alexis Anderson topped the standings on the balance beam.