Coming off of a rough few weeks, the Lady Crusaders were hoping for a much better result headed into Winfield to play their make up game .  They got what they were wishing for with a decisive victory over the Vikings of 45-36.  
The Crusaders got into the game very quickly, swiftly building a lead in short order of 5-0 over the Vikings  
Danielle Bruce scored the first points for the Vikings from the free throw line 3 minutes into the game. With five minutes remaining in the quarter, the Crusaders lead the Vikings 8-3.  
With 1:44 remaining in the first quarter, the Crusaders held a lead of 12-7 over the Vikings.  The Vikings were trying really hard to deliver on the three pointers, but just could not deliver.  
Myriland French kicked things up a notch for the Crusaders when she made the first three-pointer of the game, followed by one from the free throw line.  
Nearing the end of the first quarter, the Crusaders maintained a lead over the Vikings of 21-10.  
The Vikings began to fight back as the clock started to run out on the half, the Crusaders still leading the Vikings 21-14.  
Alexus Clift made both of her shots from the free-throw line, edging further ahead of the Vikings at 23-14.  
Thanks to a rally from the Vikings, they brought the score closer at 25-18, with 1:50 remaining in the first half.
Coming out of the half, the Vikings kept up their fight to regain the lead over the Crusaders, but it was to no avail.  Delaney Parkey came into play for the Crusaders, making it 35-25.  
Danielle Bruce assisted again for the Vikings, making it 35-27 with 2:34 remaining in the third quarter.  
Headed into the final stretch, Mekenna Adams and Kadin Brown  delivered  3 pointers for the Crusaders, making it 45-33.   Despite a final three-pointer from the Vikings, the Crusaders still won 45-36.
Lexi Clift had 13, followed by Draven Warnock with 10. Myriland French had 8, McKenna Jones 5, Kadin Brown 5, Natalie Henning 3 and Delaney Parkey 2.