The BDS Eagles girls basketball team punched their ticket to state Friday night in Albion, with a 44-22 district final win over Stuart. The Eagles led wire to wire, in a game that started out as a defensive battle, but once the BDS offense warmed up, there was no stopping them. They led 12-2 after the first quarter and extended the lead to 25-9 at intermission. BDS increased their advantage with 19 second half points while holding Stuart to 13. Only three players scored for the Broncos, who finish the season at 13-10.
Sophomore Lexi Schroder led the way with 9 points, while seniors Lainey Paxton and Reaghan Engel scored 8 and 5 respectively. BDS, 18-5, was led by junior Macy Kamler’s 14 points. Senior Regan Alfs scored 10, and sophomore Taylor Sliva added 7. BDS will be making its fourth state appearance in five years, facing 25-1 Mullen in first-round action Thursday, March 5, at 8:45 pm at Lincoln Southwest High School.
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— 104.9 Max Country (@1049maxcountry) February 29, 2020