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Sacred Heart beat Windsor 91-47 in the Class 2, District 14 semifinal on Thursday at Crest Ridge.


Stefan Cox led the Gremlins with 25 points. Jimmy Villalobos and Chase Lyles each scored 16. Garrett Strange added 14.


Trenton Johnson scored 17 for the Greyhounds.


Sacred Heart will will play Sweet Springs in the district championship game at 7:30 p.m. today. Sweet Springs beat Green Ridge in the other semifinal 90-69.


Class 2, District 8


Tipton 46, New Bloomfield 36


Tipton moved on to the Class 2, District 8 final with a 46-36 win over New Bloomfield on Thursday.


The Cardinals led 9-2 after one quarter, 21-13 at halftime and 30-18 after three.


Dylan Cooper led Tipton with 15 points and seven rebounds. Dylan Tate had 10 points. Ryan Wood had four steals.


“We played well enough to win,” said Tipton coach Billy Jeffries. “We will have to play a lot better Saturday to win the district championship.”


Tipton will face Linn in the district title game at 3 p.m. Saturday at Russellville.


Late Wednesday


Girls Basketball


Class 2, District 8


New Bloomfield 49, Cole Camp 45


Cole Camp fell to New Bloomfield 49-45 in the Class 2, District 8 semifinal on Wednesday at Russellville.


Meghan Pitts led the Bluebirds with 17 points while Kaleena Logan scored 15.


New Bloomfield jumped into the early lead, taking a 16-12 advantage after one quarter before Cole Camp tied the game in the second quarter. New Bloomfield outscored the Bluebirds 6-5 in the third quarter and 20-19 in the fourth.


New Bloomfield will advance to face Russellville in the district final after Russellville beat Tipton 64-59.


Class 3, District 14


Richmond 48, St. Paul Lutheran 37


St. Paul Lutheran fell to Richmond 48-37 in the semifinal of the Class 3, District 14 tournament on Wednesday.


After playing to an 11-11 tie after one quarter, Richmond outscored the Lady Saints 14-3 in the second. St. Paul came back to cut the lead to 29-27 at the end of three quarters before Richmond outscored them 19-10 in the fourth.


Rebecca Roepe scored 14 points to lead St. Paul. Roepe and Breanna Vogelsmeier each had six rebounds.


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