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Girls Basketball

School Records

2009-10 Schedule
Record: 4-0
EHC record: 3-0

12/5 David City
W 60-39
12/8 Schuyler
ppd.
12/10 at West Point-B.
W 63-27
12/15 Stanton
W 54-45
12/18 Pender
W 62-47
12/29 at DC Holiday
12/30 at DC Holiday
1/8 Logan View
1/9 at Wahoo
1/12 at Arlington
1/16 at Bergan
1/19 at Scribner-Snyder
1/22 at Oakland-Craig
1/25 Lyons-Decatur
1/29 at Wisner-Pilger
1/30 EHC Tourney
2/4 EHC Tourney
2/6 EHC Tourney
2/9 at Malcolm
2/12 Tekamah-Her.
   

*David City Holiday Tourney
** EHC tournament
***Districts

Previous seasons
2008-2009

Tigers handle Dragons

Dec. 15- North Bend struggled with the Pender girls for a quarter, but a 15-2 run in the second period gave NBC control of the game. Meri Gross-Rhode's defense on the ball distruped the Dragon offense, and the senior ended up with four steals, including several during the key second period run.

Stanton hang around, falls to NBC

Dec. 15- North Bend built a 10-point lead in the second quarter, but couldn't ever quite put away Stanton as that lead stood for the remainder of a 54-45 Tiger win. Sophomore Alyssa Brabec his two key three-pointers during a second-quarter run that gave NBC its cushion. Mallory Hull led NBC with 10 points at the Tigers had eight players score between five and 10 points. Kelsey Jensen led the way on the boards with eight rebounds.

Fast NBC start downs Cadets

NBC GBB vs. WPBAmy Baumert drives against the WPB defense.

Dec. 10- Aided by some full court pressure defense and hot shooting, the Tigers raced out to a 20-0 lead before West Point-Beemer cracked the scoring column. NBC led 41-16 at halftime before bringing in a 63-27 win. Amy Baumert led North Bend with 18 points and was fierce on the boards as well. Ashley Dvorak added 11 points and Mallory Hull registered 12 as NBC moves to 2-0.

Tigers, Scouts, live at NBC!

Dec. 5- North Bend had little trouble getting past David City in its opener by a score of 60-39. Meri Gross-Rhode had 16 points to lead the Tigers and Stephanie Settles had 13, including four three-pointers.

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