Kelsey Krigbaum scored 17 points, all of them one at a time, as the Magazine Lady Rattlers completed a regular season sweep of Hackett with a 50-39 road win Friday night.

The game was the last of three, following losses by the Rattler junior girls and senior boys.

Lady Rattlers 50 Hackett 39

Krigbaum scored the first point of the game at the free throw line. She would end up shooting 24 of them, connecting on 17 of them in the win but would not score again in the quarter.

There would be her last point in a quarter that saw four lead changes, the final one when Kylie Robinson scored with a second left in the quarter.

Magazine (9-15, 2-8 Conference 2A-4) led the rest of the way, and by as many as eight after a 3 by Robinson. Robinson hit a pair of free throws and scored again before the half and it was 28-21 at the intermission.

Hackett was within 28-23 after an Audrie Chaney basket but Krigbaum was fouled on two trips to the basket and hit four free throws for a 32-23 lead.

The Lady Rattlers went on to open up a 37-23 advantage on baskets by Jodyn Krigbaum and Hannah Smith, as well as another single by Krigbaum.

Hackett ran off the next seven points to get within 37-30 with 6:23 remaining. The Lady Hornets twice cut the lead to six and eventually to four, 41-37, with a 3:13 to play.

With Hackett (8-13, 3-7) forced to foul to stop the clock, Krigbaum had the ball in her hand often. And she hit a lot of free throws, five-of-eight in a stretch that ran the lead to 46-37.

Smith, who scored 12 points, finished it, also at the free throw line, hitting four-of-six down the stretch.

Taylor Glass scored 13 points to lead Hackett. In addition to her points, Krigbaum had five rebounds and four assists on the night as well, and Hannah Green led the way with 10 rebounds.

Hackett 75 Rattlers 60

Hackett scored the first nine points of the game before a conventional three-point play by Chase Gibson.

It was a 17-9 Hackett lead after a 3 by Luke Patterson but Max Greb hit a pair of 3s, both on assists by Jesse Witt, and Magazine was down just 17-15.

Second quarter turnovers would see the Hornets open a double-digit lead which they kept most of the rest of the half. The only exception was a long 3 by Witt with :03 left — the crowd was giving a false clock countdown — that made it 33-24 at the half.

Hackett led by as many as 16 in the third quarter but the Rattlers (5-17, 1-9) went on a tear that saw the lead trimmed to 45-40. Gibson, who scored a game-high 25 points, did most of the damage in the run, but Greb, who scored 16, had a three-point play and Jack Kirbo hit a 3.

Hackett was up 48-40 when the final quarter began and again pushed the advantage to double digits early in the quarter, and kept it the rest of the night.

Hackett (7-13, 4-5) had four players score at least 10, led by 18 by Dylan Kats. Brady Hester and Zach Gragg scored 12 and Christian Woods 10.

In addition to his scoring, Gibson had seven rebounds, as did Witt. Witt also had seven assists.

Hackett 24 Jr Lady Rattlers 8

The Junior High Lady Rattlers wrapped up their regular season with a 24-8 loss in the opener. Elizabeth Greek scored six of the Magazine (4-14, 0-6) points.