Ashley and Amber Heyen scored 12 points apiece to carry Raymond Central past Milford 36-30 in the Class C1-8 subdistrict at Lincoln Southwest High School.
Jayla Policky led Milford with a game-high 13 points.
The Mustangs (9-13) face No. 1 Lincoln Christian at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
B-3 at Elkhorn: Katie Emsick's putback at the overtime buzzer lifted Elkhorn South to a 41-39 overtime win over No. 7 Gretna. The No. 9 Storm will face cross-town rival and No. 2 Elkhorn in Tuesday's final.
C1-1 at Norris: Wilber-Clatonia cranked up the defense to move past Johnson County Central with a 29-15 win. Rylee Hayek led the Wolverines with 13 points.
C1-7 at Columbus: Columbus Lakeview went on an 11-0 run to begin the second half to slide past David City 49-37. Gracie Borer led the way with 22 points and Ali Janssen added 17.
C2-2 at Wahoo: Brownell-Talbot ran away after a 34-16 halftime lead behind a game-high 20 points from Cecan Porter for a 66-30 win over Palmyra. Josie Petrulis added 17 for the Raiders. Taya Ptacnik led Palmyra with 12 points.
C2-8 at Grand Island CC: Sandy Creek used a big first quarter to beat Sutton 40-30. The Cougars led 16-6 after one, and that 10-point lead stayed the same the rest of the way. Kenzie Turman scored half of Sandy Creek's 40 points.
D1-3 at Raymond: A 17-point fourth quarter helped East Butler hold on over Cedar Bluffs 50-38. Anna Rigatuso paced the Tigers with 17 points in the win.
D1-8 at Centennial: McCool Junction switched up the defense multiple times to confuse Harvard on their way to a 42-12 victory. Hadley Wiemer led the Mustangs with 13 points and Jillian Stark added nine.
D2-2 at Malcolm: Osceola shut down Parkview Christian in the third quarter to notch its first win of the season with a 42-31 victory. The Bulldogs (1-21) held the Patriots (3-20) to five points in the third to open a 16-point lead going into the fourth. Ginni Johnson had 13 points to lead Osceola, while Abby Johnson had a game-high 20 points for Parkview.