El Paso-Gridley pressured Clinton into submission with a 35-19 nonconference girls' basketball win Monday.
    The Titans (9-1) held the Maroons to just five points in the first half — all coming in the first quarter. EPG was up 17-5 at the intermission and 26-11 after three periods.
    Aubrey Staton had 13 points and 7 rebounds for the Titans. Cheyenne Carr contributed 8 points while Ashlyn Stone and Emma Baker each threw in 5 points. Jaycie Schertz had 2 points and Sierra Carr collected 2 points and 9 boards.
Ridgeview 61, Roanoke-Benson 33
    COLFAX — Four players reached double figures and Ridgeview outscored visiting Roanoke-Benson in each quarter for a 61-33 nonconference victory Monday.
    The Mustangs were up 15-9 after one period and Ridgeview added 13 in the second for a 28-14 halftime advantage. It was a 46-25 difference after three quarters.
    Mya Tinsley had 16 points and 6 rebounds to pace the Mustangs. Stacia Landry added 12 points while Kelly Jones and River Rosales each chipped in 11 markers. Maddi Clark chalked up 3 points and 7 rebounds while Hannah Hamilton contributed 2 points and 7 boards. Emma Nunamaker also had 3 points and snared 6 caroms with Kristen Clark chipping in 3 points.
Marquette 46, FCW 41
    OTTAWA — A third-quarter stumble tripped up Flanagan-Cornell-Woodland in its nonconference contest at Marquette Monday. The Crusaders outscored FCW 13-6 in the third and went on to post a 46-41 victory.
    The Falcons were down 21-20 at the half after playing to a 7-7 tie in the first period.
    Jadyn Mitchell connected for 20 points to lead FCW. Liberty Vollmer added 9 points with Regan Reed scoring 6 and Kayla Van Weelden chipping in 4 points. Heather Battice netted 2 markers.
Seneca 56, Dwight 47
    SENECA — Abi Jashari scored 11 points in the fourth quarter to key a Seneca rally that resulted in a 56-47 nonconference victory Monday.
    The Trojans led 39-37 at the start of the fourth quarter. DTHS led 24-23 at the half after trailing 15-12 after one period.
    Brooklyn Long had 12 points and Chloe Butterbrodt chipped in 10 for the Trojans (5-5). Lucy Rieke scored 8 points and Leah Flynn collected 7 points and 14 rebounds. Mel Stewart and Danielle Carlson had 4 points apiece with Kayla Kodat adding 2 points.
Lexington 51, Roanoke-Benson 30
    ROANOKE — Jayden Standish had a double-double and Lexington felt no ill-effects from playing on Friday night with a 51-30 victory over host Roanoke-Benson in a nonconference game Saturday morning.
    Standish finished with 11 points and 17 rebounds for the Minutemen. Layken McGuire led the LHS offense with 14 points while Raelyn Payne and Elena Steffa each chipped in 8 markers. Skyler Friedmanksy had 5 points, Faith Patten and Kaitlyn Little each had 2 points and Tia Hardt had 1 point.