Heartland’s Cassidy Siebert (4) weaves her way through the McCool Junction defense in game from earlier this season in Henderson. Siebert led Heartland in scoring Tuesday night with 12 points in a loss at Superior.

HENDERSON – The Heartland Huskies’ line score on Tuesday night in a 52-24 home loss in Henderson to the Class C-2 No. 9 Superior Wildcats in girls Southern Nebraska Conference action was consistent, but not effective.

The Huskies put up sixes through all four quarters, while the Superior girls built a 22-12 halftime lead and rolled in the second half, outscoring Heartland 30-12.

The only player in double figures for Heartland was Cassidy Siebert with 12, while senior Odessa Ohrt chipped in with seven.

Superior (10-2) was led by Nebraska volleyball recruit Kalynn Meyer with 22 points. Shayla Meyer, Kalynn’s sister, added nine.

The Wildcats knocked down two 3-pointers and connected on 4 of 8 at the charity stripe.

Heartland was just 4 of 13 at the line and knocked down one 3.

Heartland (5-6) travels to Geneva to play Fillmore Central tonight.

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