HUMPHREY — Class D-2, No. 5 Humphrey St. Francis started its season with a convincing home victory over Osceola.
Logan Wemhoff recorded 24 points and seven rebounds and Allison Weidner added 15 points, seven assists and six steals as the Flyers cruised to a 63-10 win Thursday night.
St. Francis, which led 33-6 at halftime and didn't allow a single point in the third quarter, tallied 23 steals in the game, including six from Tara Foltz.
The Flyers play Friday at Palmer before hosting Riverside next Thursday.
Osceola, which didn't submit stats for the game, hosts Exeter-Milligan on Friday then travels to Hampton on Tuesday.
North Bend 29,
Twin River 24
GENOA — Twin River started hot in Thursday's season opener against North Bend, then went cold the rest of the way.
The Titans led 17-12 after the first quarter, but managed just seven points over the final three periods of a 29-24 home loss. They didn't score at all in the second quarter as North Bend cut the halftime deficit to 17-16.
Despite the offensive slump, Twin River still held a 21-20 advantage entering the fourth quarter before North Bend pulled in front.
Gabi Weick led the Titans with eight points, and Cali Shanle added seven points and five rebounds. Kristin Lux scored a game-high 12 points for North Bend.
Twin River hosts Logan View/Scribner-Snyder on Saturday.
Cross County 35,
McCool Junction 34
STROMSBURG — Cross County came back in the third quarter, then hung on for a 35-34 home victory Thursday over McCool Junction.
The Cougars trailed 24-19 at halftime before erasing the deficit with an 11-point third quarter. Both teams scored five points in the final period.
Maddie Portwine paced Cross County with 15 points, including three of the team's four 3-pointers, and Savannah Anderson knocked down the other trey during her seven-point performance.
McCool Junction's Hadley Wiemer matched Portwine with 15 points.
It was a struggle for both teams at the free-throw line as Cross County hit 9 of 18 attempts and McCool Junction shot 10 of 23.
The Cougars are back on their home court Friday against Shelby-Rising City before traveling to Meridian on Dec. 8.