The Lincoln Christian boys basketball team found its offensive groove Tuesday night at home.
The Crusaders exploded for 84 points, including 49 in the second half to blow out visiting Boys Town 84-42. Easton Marshbanks led the charge, scoring a game-high 23 points, with Cohen Sand chipping in 18 and Ethan Berrier adding 14.
Malachi Washington led Boys Town with 13 points.
College View 51, Brownell Talbot 42: Carter Trumble (18 points) and Garrett Fortney (17) combined for 35 of the Eagle's 51 points. College View's hot start was a big factor in the win, outscoring the Raiders 16-3 in the first quarter.
Palmyra 66, Parkview Christian 64: The Panthers withstood a furious Patriot comeback late after leading 39-23 at halftime in the opening round of the MUDECAS A Division Tournament in Beatrice. Michael Ault led the resurgence for Parkview, scoring a game-high 24 points. Maurice Reide also contributed, adding 13. Zach Fitzpatrick was the key for Palmyra, dropping in a team-high 20 points.
College View 30, Brownell Talbot 22: Leading 15-13 entering the fourth quarter, the Eagles outscored the Raiders 15-9 in the last frame to pull away for the win. Kiah Bollinger scored 12 points for College View. Katherine Thaden led Brownell Talbot with 13.
Lincoln Southwest Triangular: The Southwest boys swept Lincoln North Star and Kearney in a home triangular, posting the best times in each event. The Silver Hawks defeated the Navigators 236-106 and the Bearcats 221-163. Southwest's Kael Mlinek won two individual events — 50-yard freestyle (21.88 seconds) and 500 freestyle (4:55.60).
Kearney defeated North Star 237-127.
The Silver Hawk girls also defeated North Star, 230-125, and Kearney, 218-170. Bella Livingston won the 200 individual medley (2:14.70) and 200 freestyle (1:44.14) for Southwest. Isabella Morales topped the 50 freestyle (:25.38) and 100 breaststroke (1:09.52) for the Silver Hawks, too.
Natalee Keodouangdy won the 1-meter diving with a score of 154.75 for North Star, but the Navigators fell to Kearney 237-127.