For the fourth year in a row, the Sidney Cowgirls won the Corner Conference Tournament by defeating Fremont-Mills, 58-28, in the championship game on Thursday, January 17.

Throughout the tournament Junior, Maddy Duncan, averaged 24 points. In the championship game, Duncan scored 25 points, five assists, and was 6-of-7 from behind the arc.

Sidney opened the game with a, 16-2, first quarter lead, and by the half, led, 34-12. Senior, Caitlyn Ward, dropped in 16 points and was 6-of-10 from the field.

Camryn McClintock had a nice all-around game by scoring nine points, five rebounds, four assists, and four steals.

In three games, the Cowgirls averaged 71 points a game and allowed 28, to improve to 15 an 1 on the year.

Danica Laumann added three points; Olivia Larsen and Alexis Massey, each had two; Presley Brumbaugh, one. Larsen led the Cowgirls in rebounds with six.

Box Score:

Sid.-16-18-21-3

F.M.-2-10-10-6

Sidney 64 Stanton 31

In the semi-final game, the Cowgirls flew past Stanton behind Olivia Larsen’s 11 points and eight rebounds.

The Cowgirls had total of 16 steals.  Caitlyn Ward led with seven. Camryn McClintock dominated the glass by grabbing 10 boards.

Maddy Duncan led the way with 27 points; Larsen, 11; Ward, nine; McClintock, six; Presley Brumbaugh, three; Danica Laumann, Harley Spurlock, Alexis Massey, Adi Williams, each had two points.

Box score:

Sidney-23-20-15-6

Stanton-10-6-7-8

Sidney 91 H.C. 26

In their first game of the Corner Conference Tournament, the Sidney Cowgirls scored a season high, 91 points, in a blow out win over Heartland Christian, 91-26, on Monday, January 14.

As a team, the Cowgirls were 10-of-15 from behind the arc, and had 65 points in the first half alone. Maddy Duncan, who is averaging 19.8 ppg on the season, scored 20 on H.C. and was 4-of-5 from behind the three-point line.

Camryn McClintock was 6-of-8 from the field and dropped in 17 points and five rebounds.

Scoring 15 points for the Cowgirls, was Caitlyn Ward, who shot 70 percent from the floor.

Coming in off the bench and reaching double-digits, was Danica Laumann, who added 12 points. Adi Williams stepped up and scored eight; Presley Brumbaugh, six; Makenna Laumann, four; Olivia Larsen, Harley Spurlock, and Jolie Sheldon, three each.

Box score:

Sid-38-27-17-9

H.C.-11-2-8-5

Sidney is now 15-1 on the season and will be @ Fremont-Mills on Tuesday, January 22, starting at 6 p.m.