The Glidden-Ralston girls and Boyer Valley boys were winners in basketball action between the two schools on Monday night at Glidden.
In a low-scoring opener, the G-R girls pulled off a 38-33 victory over Larry Neilsen’s BV club.
In the nightcap, BV’s Lucas and Dyan Berens each posted double-doubles, as the Bulldogs coasted to a 54-31 triumph over the host Wildcats.
Monday’s loss snapped a two-game win streak for the BV girls, which slipped to 6-7 in the Rolling Valley Conference and 6-11 overall.
BV led 7-5 after the first quarter and it was tied at 18-18 at halftime. The Wildcats then led 29-25 after three quarters.
G-R led 29-27 with four minutes remaining, but then the Wildcats scored nine of the game’s final 15 points for the win.
Abby Burkhart scored 10 points to lead BV and was the only Lady Bulldog player to reach double figures.
She also pulled down seven rebounds.
Katy Puck added eight points, eight boards and two steals. Katelyn Neilsen also had eight points, two assists and two shot blocks.
Chelsey Fundermann finished with four points and three steals, while Marie Hanigan had three points, two boards and two assists.
Tiana Janssen led G-R with 14 points.
The Wildcats were 11-of-27 at the free throw line, while the Lady Bulldogs sank 5-of-9 foul shots.
G-R won the first meeting with BV (59-53) back on December 11 at Dunlap.
Strong first and third quarters lifted the BV boys to their second consecutive victory and second of the season over the G-R boys.
The Bulldogs raced out to a 19-9 first-quarter lead and led 28-22 at halftime.
Shane Reineke’s BV club then outscored G-R 11-4 in the third to take a 39-26 lead into the fourth.
Monday’s win moved BV to 7-6 in the RVC and 8-8 overall, while the loss kept G-R winless at 0-17 overall.
Lucas Berens paced BV with 18 points and 13 boards to go with two steals and two shot blocks.
Dylan Berens complemented his brother with 12 points, 12 boards and five assists.
Gavin Reineke also had 14 points, four steals, three assists and two boards. Kyle Hast finished with three points and five boards, while Hunter Soma had three points, two boards and two steals for the winners.