Alysa Horn, in her first season with Osnabruck, is one step away from playing for a championship in Germany’s Bundesliga second division women’s basketball league.

Top-seeded Osnabruck begins a two-game semifinal series with second-seeded Veilchen on April 19. The second game is April 25.

Osnabruck lost both of its regular-season games to Veilchen (60-57 and 60-55).

Horn ranks second on the team in points per game (13.8) and third in rebounds (5.6).

This is Horn’s second year playing in Germany.


Katie Strong, a junior at Lewis-Clark State College placed 15th in the 5,000-meter run at the NW Scoring Clash on Saturday in Spokane, Washington.

Strong, of Port Lions fame, produced a time of 19 minutes, 10.84 seconds in the race that featured 32 runners. Strong’s teammate Rachel Cundy crossed the line first in 17:47.81.

This is Strong’s first track season at Lewis-Clark after spending her time at Everett Community College (Washington) and Division I New Mexico State.

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