Top-seeded Windsor rolled into the semifinals of the Class 2, District 14 girls basketball tournament Monday night with a 72-30 win over Green Ridge.
Bailey Rollins scored a game-high 20 points, making four 3-pointers in the third quarter. Shelby Williams added 16 points for the Greyhounds.
Samantha Unkel paced Green Ridge with 13 points, and BreAnna Peck had 11.
Windsor will meet Sweet Springs in the semifinals Wednesday.
Tipton 68, Linn 32
The top-seeded Tipton Cardinals pulled away in the second half Monday night to beat Linn 68-32 in the first round of the Class 2, District 8 girls basketball tournament at Russellville.
The Cardinals outscored Linn 34-8 after halftime.
Ashton Pace led Tipton with 16 points. Allison Brant had 14 points and a team-high eight rebounds. Destiny Dowell had 13 points, a team-high five assists and three steals. Caroline Combs added 11 points and a team-high five steals.
The Cardinals (21-5) will face Russellville in the semifinals Wednesday.
Skyline 79, Lincoln 24
Top-seeded Skyline scored more than 20 points in each of the first three quarters Monday night and cruised to a 79-24 win over Lincoln in the first round of the Class 2, District 13 girls basketball tournament at Osceola.
Skyline held quarter leads of 23-7, 45-14 and 69-20.
Sloan Swearngin led Lincoln with seven points, and Seana Hansen and Allison Spunaugle had six each.
Santa Fe 54, La Monte 18
Second-seeded Santa Fe built a 13-point first quarter lead and rolled past the La Monte Lady Vikings 54-18 in the Class 2, District 14 girls basketball tournament at Crest Ridge High School.
Santa Fe led 19-6 after one quarter and 38-11 at halftime of the first-round game.
Cathy Butts paced La Monte with six points.
El Dorado Springs 56, Warsaw 11
Top-seeded El Dorado Springs brought the Warsaw Wildcats’ season to an end Monday night with a 56-11 victory in the first round of the Class 3, District 13 girls basketball tournament at Stockton.
Emilee Proctor paced Warsaw with three points.
The Wildcats ended the season with a 2-23 record.
Sweet Springs 74, Smithton 38
The Sweet Springs Greyhounds repeated as champions of the weather-delayed Leeton boys basketball tournament, beating Smithton 74-38 Saturday night.
Jacob Schowengerdt scored a game-high 28 points for the Greyhounds, who improved to 19-6. Jeffery Hall added 16, and Andrew Krause had 14.
Preston McMullen paced Smithton with nine points. Jeffrey Bell and Damien Hendricks had eight each. The Tigers’ leading scorer, Dane Apsher, did not play.
Sweet Springs held quarter leads of 21-12, 40-22 and 59-36.
La Monte 51, Smithton 41
The La Monte Lady Vikings met one of their preseason goals Saturday in the third-place game of the Leeton girls basketball tournament.
The Vikings beat Smithton 51-41 to earn their second tournament trophy of the season. They won the Mid-State Conference tournament in December.
Sandra Arroyo paced the Vikings with 18 points, Cathy Butts had nine and Katie Patrick had eight.