Cimarron teams win at Hodgeman County

1/31/2013

By The Telegram

By The Telegram

Cimarron 67, Hodgeman County 39

At Jetmore, the visiting Cimarron Lady Bluejays doubled up the host Hodgeman County Lady Longhorns in the first half, en route to a 67-39 win on Tuesday.

Cimarron led 40-20 at halftime, and after Hodgeman County outscored the Bluejays in the third by five points, Cimarron won the final period 20-7.

Ashtynn Burns made four 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 24 points. Morgan Ediger hit three from behind the arc as she scored 21.

Shania Liggett scored 16 points to lead Hodgeman County.

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Cimarron 22 18 7 20 -- 67

Hodgeman County 6 14 12 7 -- 39

Cimarron (67) — Dupreee 3, Burns 24, Blattner 2, Hoskinson 4, Waters 5, Ediger 21, K. Bailon 3, Koopman 3, White 2. Totals 25 8-23 67.

Hodgeman County (39) — Hays 2, B. Bradshaw 1, McPike 10, Mihm 3, Heller 6, Liggett 16, M. Bradshaw 1. Totals 15 8-14 39.

3-point goals — Cimarron 9 (Burns 4, Ediger 3, Dupree 1, Waters 1), Hodgeman County 1 (Mihm).

Boys

Cimarron 59, Hodgeman County 46

At Jetmore, the Cimarron boys basketball team had a 19-point first quarter in a 59-46 win over Hodgeman County on Tuesday.

The Bluejays had a 10-point lead at halftime and closed the game with a 14-8 fourth-quarter, after the Longhorns outscored them by two points in the third.

Stewart Faribank had a game-high 24 points, including four 3-pointers. Teddy Boersma added 16, while Christian Fischer had 15.

Eight Longhorns scored for Hodgeman County, led by Austin Pfannenstiel's 19 points. Jared Borger added 10.

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Cimarron 19 10 15 14 -- 59

Hodgeman County 12 7 17 8 -- 46

Cimarron (59) — Fairbank 24, Boersma, Fischer 15, Meis 2, Clark 2. Totals 25 5-8 59.

Hodgeman County (46) — Pfannenstiel 19, Borger 10, Shelton 4, Torline 3, Fierro 3, Cure 3, Harms 2, Blurton 2. Totals 16 11-18 46.

3-point goals — Cimarron 4 (Fairbank 4), Hodgeman County 3 (Torline 1, Cure 1, Borger 1).

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