The Indians were on the road Tuesday, Feb. 18, where they suffered a 60-40 loss to New Bloomfield.
Russellville was led by Levi Anderson with 17 points, and Coy Bond with 16.
Russellville hosted Chamois Friday, for the last game of the regular season, where the Indians defeated the Pirates in overtime 58-50.
Anderson led Russellville with 15 points, followed by Patrick Shirley with 14.
Russellville played Linn in the opening round of the Class 2 District 8 Tournament at Russellville Tuesday, Feb. 25, however, results were not available at press time. (The Indians are seeded eighth, and Linn is the top seed.) The winner will play the winner of Tuesday's Belle vs. Cole Camp game at 6 p.m. Thursday in semifinals. The championship game is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Saturday.
The Lady Indians hosted Stoutland Feb. 13, where they captured a 56-50 win. Russellville outscored Stoutland 13-8 in the first quarter, 12-6 in the second, and 16-12 in the third quarter.
The Lady Indians were led by A.J. Grellner with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Haley Windsor scored 10 points, and Emma Koestner had seven.
Russellville hosted New Bloomfield Thursday, where the Lady Indians captured a 35-31 win. Grellner led the Lady Indians with 12 points and six rebounds. Hannah Matthews had 11.
Russellville defeated Stover 46-34 Monday night in the first round of the Class 2 District 8 Tournament at Russellville High School. The fourth-seeded Lady Indians advance to semifinals today (Wednesday), where they will play top-seeded Tipton at 6 p.m. The championship game is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Friday.
Prairie Home Girls
The Lady Panthers hosted Jamestown Friday, where Prairie Home won a close contest, 49-48.
"Jamestown was up by eight at the half, " Prairie Home Coach Linda Scott said. "We started a comeback with a press. There were five lead changes in the last 1:30. Jamestown is a good team and it's always hard to defeat a team three times in a season. They were out to beat us tonight, they had a good game plan and they made us score 15 feet from the basket. The biggest shot of the night came on a break away layup by Kim Hettinger with five seconds left to play, which put us up by one point. That's a shot Kim will remember the rest of her life, a story she will tell many times I'm sure. It was a great team comeback."
Prairie Home was led by Shianne Rhorer with 16 points, four rebounds and three steals. Makayla Zey had 15 points, eight rebounds, eight assists and three steals. Rachel Distler added 14 points and had four steals.
Prairie Home played Calvary Lutheran Tuesday night in the first round of the Class 1 District 9 Tournament at Glasgow High School, however, results were not available at press time. The championship game is scheduled for 4 p.m. Saturday.
Prairie Home Boys
The Panthers played Higbee Feb. 19, where Prairie Home captured a 51-38 win.
Rayce Kendrick led the Panthers with 18 points and six rebounds. Kody Simmons had nine points and six rebounds. Klay Holliday chipped in with eight points and led rebounds with nine.
The Panthers traveled to Jamestown Friday, where they captured a 50-35 win from the Eagles.
Rayce Kendrick led Prairie Home with 18 points, six rebounds and four assists. Jonathan Brandes followed with 12 points, five rebounds, two steals and three assists. Holliday led rebounds with nine and had three points, three steals and one block.
Prairie Home (12-12) played Calvary Lutheran Monday night in the first round of the Class 1 District 9 Tournament at Glasgow High School, where the fourth-seeded Panthers lost 50-47.
Prairie Home was led by Rayce Kendrick and Simmons with 12 points each. Wyatt Borghardt followed with 11, and Ross Kendrick added seven.
"We had a great year," Panther Coach Cary Bibb said. "I'm very proud of what we accomplished this season."
Fifth-seeded Calvary Lutheran will play top-seeded Glasgow at 7:30 p.m. today in the semifinal round.
The championship game is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Saturday.
The Lady Eagles lost 48-30 to Chamois Monday night in the first round of the Class 1 District 9 Tournament at Glasgow.
Chamois will play top-seeded Glasgow at 6 p.m. today (Wednesday) in the semifinal round. The other semifinal game is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday, and the championship game is scheduled for 4 p.m. Saturday.