The Grand Meadow Superlarks girls’ basketball team played host to Lanesboro in a Southeast Conference tilt in Grand Meadow Monday evening, and Kendyl Queensland swished four of the Superlark’s six 3-pointers on her way to 20 points for the game as the Larks edged the Burros 58-56 for their third win in a row.
River Landers provided 12 points and eight rebounds in the winning effort, while Sydney Cotten hit the other two 3-pointers in the game for Grand Meadow on her way to 10 points. Gina Stier chipped in seven points and Lexy Foster had a strong overall game for the Larks with six points, five rebounds and seven assists.
With the win, Grand Meadow moves to 5-4 overall, and 5-2 in the Southeast Conference. The Superlarks are back in action Thursday evening in Spring Valley versus Kingsland, with the varsity tip-off scheduled for 7:15 p.m.
In Lyle Monday evening, the Lyle/Pacelli Athletics were looking to snap a seven-game losing streak versus Southeast Conference rival LeRoy/Ostrander, and although the Athletics led 19-16 at the half, the Cardinals outscored LP 37-26 in the second half to pick up the win 53-45.
Alana Rogne led the Athletics in scoring with 19 points, plus she added five rebounds and three steals, Olivia Heard tallied nine points and piled up 12 rebounds, Emma Wilde also scored nine points and pulled in seven rebounds, Audrey Heard chipped in four points and Kirsten Koopal tallied three points, five rebounds and a steal for Lyle/Pacelli, who fell to 1-7 in the Southeast Conference and 1-8 overall on the season with the loss.
The Athletics return to action at home Thursday night in the Southeast Conference versus Lanesboro, with the varsity tip-off scheduled for 6:00 p.m.