The Rocket girls’ basketball team pushed its record to 11-4 after dominating Elmwood-Murdock, 58-27. The Rockets had ten players factor into the scoring on Saturday, Jan. 19.
Meredith Clark and Brooklyn Nordhues, led the team with nine points each while Grace Damme, eight; Sarah Moss, seven; Lily Vollersten, six; Lauren Siefken five; Halle Wilhelm, Lauren Meyer, Jessie Moss, four each; Lintz, two.

S-D-A 52,
Ashland-Greenwood 24
Lauren Meyer scored the Rockets first nine points and the S-D-A girls’ basketball team rolled past Ashland-Greenwood, 52-24, on Thursday, Jan. 17.
The Rockets went on a 9-0 run in the first quarter as Meyer scored all nine.  Sarah Moss then hit back-to-back threes to give the Rockets a, 15-2 lead with a minute left in the first.
Lily Vollertsen got involved in second period by adding six points, while Brooklyn Nordhues drained a three.  Lauren Siefken and Meredith Clark made a couple field goals, as Grace Damme knocked down two free-throws.  
“I thought our intensity on defense was really solid,” Coach Andrew Pryor said.  “That really got us off to a good start in that first half.”
Meredith Clark got going in the third period, by scoring eight of the Rockets’ nine points, and heading into the fourth, the Rockets led 43-14.
Leading 48-21, Halle Wilhelm helped increase the lead in the fourth quarter with two point basket followed by a Lauren Siefken jump shot, as thew Rockets went on to pick up their tenth win on the year.
“Setting ourselves up with early wins really put us in a good place, and helped to get our confidence going,” Pryor said.
Clark led the Rockets in scoring with 14; Meyer, nine; Sarah Moss, Siefken, and Vollersten, each added six; Wilhelm, three; Damme, two.

S-D-A 57,
Plattsmouth 31
The S-D-A girls’ basketball team dominated the paint with Meredith Clark scoring 17 points on the Plattsmouth Blue Devils on Tuesday, Jan. 15.
After a four game skid, the Rockets came together to get the 26 point victory.  
Clark scored 12 of her 17 points in the first half.
Lily Vollertsen had a big game by dropping in 10 points, eight coming in the second half.
Grace Damme ended the night with 11 points; Sarah Moss, eight points; Lauren Meyer, five; Halle Wilhelm, four; Jessie Moss, two.