Cedar, HPS will square off in SubDistrict

HARTINGTON — Post-season play is set to begin next week for area girls’ basketball teams.
Cedar Catholic High School will host the D2-5 SubDistrict beginning Feb. 11 at the Msgr. Werner Activity Center. Second round action is slated for Feb. 12, while the championship game will be Feb. 14.
Wynot, Coleridge, Allen, Wausa and Newcastle will all take part in the tourney.
If the tournament were held today, Coleridge, 16-3, would be the top seed.
Newcastle, one of the few teams to beat Coleridge this year, would be the second seed. with a 13-5 record. Wausa is the tournament’s third seed. The Lady Vikings boast an 11-5 mark this season.


Wynot and Allen will most likely meet Monday to play their way into the tournament. The winner will then take on the top-seed on Tuesday.
Even if Coleridge were to lose in the tournament, the Lady Bulldogs might still be able to back into the state tournament as a wildcard team. Coleridge currently has the fourth-most power points in Class D2.
Hartington High School and Cedar Catholic will compete against each other in Wayne for their SubDistrict C2-7 Tournament. That tournament also begins Monday, Feb. 11 and concludes with the championship game on Feb. 14.
Other teams in the C2-7 tournament are: Laurel-Concord, Wakefield, Ponca, and Emerson-Hubbard,
The winner of the Hartington-Cedar game will take on Laurel-Concord Tuesday. Wakefield is the top seed, while Laurel is the second seed.