12/21 – MW 45 MN 43 - Millard West took down previously unbeaten 6-0 Millard North 45-43. A one point game at half, saw the Wildcats go on a 11-0 run in the third quarter only to have Millard North answer with a 12-0 run of their own. Tied after the third quarter Millard West got huge plays from Chaise Pfanstiel, who finished with 19 points. Overall it was a tremendous defensive game by Millard West other big contributors on both ends of the floor were Seniors Katelyn Osborne and Taylor Farrell. Juniors Honnah Leo, Jenna Bohaty, Gabby Felker, Kennedy Darner and Sophomore Laney Schipper. The Wildcats are now 4-3 with all four wins coming over teams ranked in the top 10.
12/28 – MW 69 ON 39 - On the heels of some hot 3 point shooting, Millard West jumped out to a 22-11 lead after the first quarter. The Wildcats had 5 3's from 5 different players in the quarter. Millard West had 10 different players score, led by Chaise Pfanstiel with 20.
Jan. 2 – MW 67 MN 64 - In a wild back and forth game Millard West was able to overcome a 4th quarter deficit to force overtime and the eventual 67-64 win. The win advances the Wildcats to the semi-finals of the Metro tournament against Omaha Westside Thursday at 5:15. The Wildcats were led by Chaise Pfanstiel with 18 points, Honnah Leo made four 3 pointers and finished with 16, Taylor Farrell scored 8 of her 11 in overtime at the foul line. Jenna Bohaty and Katelyn Osborne finished with 8 each.
12/27 – MW 43 MS 56 - After handling Millard South's full court pressure defense all game long, the Wildcats struggled to generate offense down the stretch. It was a cold shooting day and finishes at the rim weren't coming easy. Reese Peterson and Mia Huffman were both in double figures. Reese pitched in 15 points while Mia added 10 of her own. Maddie Fontana went 6/6 from the free throw line. Jada Grovijohn and Gwen Stocker each had six points. Karsyn Kahill had 2.
12/28 – MW 51 MN 42 - Although still shaking off rust from the five day moratorium, the Wildcats bounced back for a good win against Millard North. It was a very balanced scoring after as all girls chipped in. Hannnah Schnuerle got back into her shooting rhythm to hit two from deep and go 3/4 from the FT line to get into double figures with 15 points. Megan Van Essen matched her defensive effort with some nice offensive numbers to get 11 points on the day. Emmy Holl had some tremendous attacks at the rim for 8 points on the day, Reese Peterson had six, Gwen Stocker had 4, Karsyn Kahill with 3, and Maddie Fontana and Jada Grovijohn each had 2.
1/5 – MW 47 PLV 49 - After trailing the entire game, Megan Van Essen hit a three to tie the game with 1:05 remaining in the game. After getting a defensive stop, a foul allowed Papillion La-Vista to hit two free throws to win the game at the end of regulation. Reese Peterson led all scorers with 16 points. Jada Grovijohn added eight.
12/27 – MW 32 MS 25 - Shaking off the rust of the five day moratorium, the girls came out on fire building an eight point halftime lead. Utilizing the press, the girls were able to keep their lead and win the first round of the winter tournament.
12/28 – MW 50 BW 39 - In the championship game of the winter tournament, the girls brought their A game. The press caused multiple turnovers that led to baskets, and everyone contributed to win the title.
1/5 – MW 38 PLV 44 - In a back and forth game, Papio was able to make a few more shots and came away with the victory. The press was able to get some turnovers, and the girls played until the final buzzer.