Girls basketball

Published: Monday, Feb. 10, 2014 3:56 p.m.CDT

Hall 52, Princeton 10: Becca Herrmann had 10 points and Emily Hoscheid and Brenna Faletti added nine each for the Lady Devils who cruised to victory at Red Devil Gymnasium Saturday. Zoe Mead had four points for Princeton, playing its second game of the day.

Princeton 29, Henry 18: The Tigresses got their day started off Saturday afternoon with a win over the Lady Mallards at Prouty Gym. PHS trailed 10-2 and 16-8, but capped a rally with Ivy Rhodes’ three-pointer to tie the game at 16 going into halftime. The Tigresses held the Lady Mallards scoreless until the final minute of the second half.

Stephenny Farrell led the Tigresses with nine points. Kelly Schmidt, Mead, and Rhodes each had four.

Bureau Valley 53, Fulton 39: The Storm outscored the Steamers 21-2 in the second quarter to close out the regular season. The game was played as a winner take all with the Storm rewarded with two wins in conference play as a result of previous cancellations.

Helena Osk Arnadottir scored 16 points for BV (10-17, 3-11), with Darcy Kepner adding 15 points, five rebounds, six steals and three assists. Nicole Bornsheuer had seven points and 13 rebounds, and Carlie Bickett pulled down 11 boards.

Earlville/Leland 51, LaMoille/Ohio 47: Shiela Browning had 25 points to go over the 1,000-point mark for her career, but the Lady Lions could have used just a little more, falling in overtime Friday. Browning also had 18 points for the Lady Lions (9-14).

Orion 64, St. Bede 56: The Lady Chargers outscored the Lady Bruins 15-8 in the fourth quarter Friday to pull away to victory. Hanna Bima had 17 points, Raley Mauck 15 and Laura Sickley 12 for the Lady Bruins.

The St. Bede sophomores clinched the sophomore crown with a 25-17 victory. Julia Pohar had 13 points and Rachel Sickley added 7 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists.

• Girls regionals: IHSA regionals got underway Monday night at St. Bede, Earlville and Roanoke. Visit www.bcrnews.com for updates.

• Pink Night at DePue: The DePue Little Giants are hosting its second annual Paint the Arena Pink-esque basketball game Tuesday night vs. Serena.

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