Led by Kelsey Moos' dominance on both ends of the floor, the Reardan girls pulled away in the second half and captured their third straight 2B title Saturday night at the Arena.
Northwest Christian set the pace early and held a seven-point lead early on, but Reardan responded as champions tend to do.
Reardan first started to build a comfortable lead midway through the third quarter. Charlene Gray hit a 3-pointer to put the Indians ahead by six. Moos followed with seven points in 70 seconds to give Reardan an 11-point advantage.
The Crusaders chipped away and narrowed the gap to four points early in the fourth, but Gray and Chantel Heath hit back to back 3's to put Reardan back up by 10. The Crusaders didn't have another rally in them.
Moos made 10 of 16 shots and finished with 28 points and 15 rebounds for the Indians. Heath added 17 points and Gray chipped in 10.
Northwest Christian's Courtney Gray tallied a team-high 25 points.
Moos 28, Gray 10, Johnson 0, Heath 17, Anderson 0, Wynecoop 6, Wollweber 0, Burge 6.
Dietzen 2, McFaul 0, Ma. Guske 2, C. Gray 25, Farmer 5, Knight 7, Bozlee 3, M. Gray 6, Zwanzig 2.