HUMPHREY — Brittney Veik, Allie Schneider and Taya Beller continued their strong start to the season Tuesday in a 65-48 home victory over Plainview.
The Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family teammates combined for 48 points to match Plainview's offensive output as the Bulldogs improved to 3-0.
Veik led the group with 20 points and Schneider and Beller added 14 each.
H/LHF led 42-24 at halftime while handing Plainview (2-1) its first loss of the season.
The Bulldogs play Thursday at Class C-2, No. 4 Howells-Dodge.
DAVID CITY — David City Aquinas suffered its first loss of the season in Tuesday's home opener against Class C-2, No. 4 Howells-Dodge.
The Jaguars (2-1), who got a game-high 15 points from Erin Prusa and 12 from Macey Kulhanek, led 36-17 at halftime on their way to a 49-34 road victory.
Breanna Stouffer paced the Aquinas offense with 11 points and Vanessa Bohuslavsky added nine. Valerie Bohuslavsky and Veronica Kobza chipped in six points apiece.
The Monarchs (2-1) host Class C-2, No. 4 Fremont Bergan on Saturday.
CLARKSON — Clarkson/Leigh outscored visiting Oakland-Craig 14-4 in the fourth quarter Tuesday to pull out a 36-30 victory.
The Patriots, who trailed 18-17 at halftime, were led by Ashlynn Novotny's 10 points. Kaegan Held added eight points for Clarkson/Leigh and Halee Steffensmeier scored six.
Both teams are now 2-1 on the season.
Clarkson/Leigh plays Thursday at Winside.
Twin River 33,
Lutheran High 29
GENOA — Twin River ended a three-game home stand to start the season Tuesday with a 33-29 victory over Lutheran High Northeast.
The Titans (2-1) led 18-9 at halftime and held onto the lead over the final two quarters.
Cali Shanle finished with 12 points, five rebounds and three steals for Twin River and teammate Halle Konz posted eight points and six rebounds.
Matty Boning scored eight points to lead Lutheran High (1-2).
Twin River hits the road for the first time Saturday to face Tekamah-Herman.
Nebraska Lutheran 50,
St. Edward 23
WACO — Nebraska Lutheran held St. Edward to single-digit points in all but one quarter of Tuesday's 50-23 home victory.
The Beavers, who managed 10 points in the second quarter but trailed 26-16 at halftime, shot just 9 for 52 from the field in the loss. They were much better at the free-throw line, knocking down 5 of 6 attempts.
Shonda Shanle led St. Edward with eight points and Kelsey Alder added five.
St. Edward (0-2) hosts Palmer on Friday.