The Grand Meadow Superlarks girls’ basketball team played the fourth game in a five-game road trip Tuesday night in Mabel against the Cougars of Mabel/Canton, and Riley Queensland tallied a double-double with 21 points and 11 rebounds to help lead the Larks to a 47-35 win.

Forward River Landers was also in double figures in scoring Tuesday night with 10 points, while eighth-grader Lexy Foster added nine points and Madison Hindt chipped in five for Grand Meadow, who are the champions of the Southeast Conference’s West Division at 12-2, and they are now 16-8 overall on the season.  The Superlarks will wind up their five-game road trip Thursday night with a tough matchup against Blooming Prairie, with the varsity tip-off at 7:15 p.m.

The Hayfield Vikings were on the road in Wells Tuesday night to take on United South Central in a Gopher Conference tilt, and Rachel Pack tallied 18 points to help lead the Vikings to their second win in a row and fourth in their last five games 52-37.

Cela Carney added 12 points in the winning effort for Hayfield, while Lila Gronseth scored seven points,  Taylor Burt added six points and Kristen Watson and Payton O’Malley each scored four points for the Vikings, who raised their record to 4-9 in the conference and 13-11 overall on the season.  Hayfield hits the road for their next game Thursday night versus LeRoy/Ostrander, with the varsity tip-off at 7:15 p.m.