ORANGE CITY, Iowa -- Justine Malenke scored 20 points as the Unity Christian girls basketball team defeated Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 71-44 in a War Eagle Conference game on Friday in Orange City, Iowa.
Jori Bronner and Janie Schoonhoven both finished with 16 points for Unity Christian (2-2).
Hannah Jochims scored 19 points for HMS (2-2) and Paige Dagel added 10.
CHEROKEE 91, RIDGE VIEW 57: Fourth-ranked (Class 2A) Cherokee rolled to a 91-57 girls basketball victory over Ridge View Saturday in Cherokee.
Kassidy Pingel poured in 27 points for the unbeaten Braves, while Payton Slaughter added 19 points and Teagan Slaughter 12 points.
Cherokee, now 8-0, led 45-28 at halftime.
Kenzee Wunschel led Ridge View with 13 points.
MVAOCOU 70, RIVER VALLEY 43: Brooklyn Beery scored 20 points as the MVAOCOU girls basketball team defeated River Valley 70-43 in a Western Valley Conference game on Friday in Correctionville, Iowa.
MaKenzie Smith finished with 11 points for the Rams (3-3) and Haley Drenkhahn added 10.
Brittany Meyer finished with 13 points for River Valley (1-5) and Taylor Knaack had 10.
AKRON-WESTFIELD 58, HARRIS-LAKE PARK 34: A trio of double-digit scorers steered the Westerners of Akron-Westfield to a 58-34 victory over Harris-Lake Park in a War Eagle Conference girls' basketball fray in Lake Park on Friday.
Senior Brooke Koele and freshman Natalie Nielsen netted 16 and 14 points, respectively. Junior Kassandra Vanderlinden was good for 11 points. Junior Jaden Harris, meantime, filled the A-W stat sheet with seven points, nine rebounds, four assists and four steals.
Akron-Westfield moved to 2-3 with the victory, while Harris-Lake Park slid to 0-5.
WEST SIOUX 60, SOUTH O'BRIEN 57: A 17-12 fourth-quarter effort resulted in a 60-57 comeback victory for West Sioux over South O'Brien in a meeting of War Eagle Conference girls' basketball teams at Hawarden on Thursday.
Senior Emma Mace collected 10 points and eight rebounds for the Falcons, while junior Emma McManaman scored 22 points and added three blocked shots. McManaman was also eight for nine at the charity stripe.
Junior teammates Payton Schwiesow and Meghan Danielson each had 10 points for the hosts, who remained unbeaten in four contests this season.
The Wolverines fell to 4-1 on the campaign with the loss.
CB LINCOLN 66, SERGEANT BLUFF-LUTON 57: The Lynx outscored the Warriors 13-4 in overtime to claim a win in a Missouri River Conference girls basketball game played in Council Bluffs Friday.
Jillian Shanks scored 27 points for lead Abraham Lincoln (3-2 overall and 2-1 GPAC). Kenzie Foley also scored 27 points and had 14 rebounds to lead SB-L, which trailed 31-28 at the half but rallied to lead 44-39 after three quarters. Abby Wisecup also scored 13 points for the Warriors who are 1-3 in conference and overall.