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Lady Jays, Eagles earn routs

Published 12/21/2013

By The Telegram

Satanta 44, Sublette 34

At Satanta, the Lady Indians defeated the Sublette Lady Larks, 44-34. The Lady Larks found themselves down early after the first period, 13-1.

They fought back with a strong second period in which they scored 14 points to the Lady Indians' 11. But the early 12-point deficit was just too much to overcome, especially after the Lady Indians added 10 more points in each of the last two quarters.

The majority of the scoring came from the Caro sisters from Satanta. Vanessa Caro had 20 points, while sister Valerie added 15. The leading scorer for the Lady Larks was Alexis Ornelas with 10.

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Satanta 13 11 10 10 -- 44

Sublette 1 14 6 13 -- 34

Satanta (44)--Stalker 2 1-4 5, Van. Caro 8 4-7 20, Val. Caro 6 3-4 15, Bencomo 1 2-2 4. Totals 17 10-17 44.

Sublette (34)--Giesick 1 0-0 2, Matteson 0 0-2 0, Briggs 3 0-0 6, Ornelas 5 0-0 10, Koehn 2 1-2 5, P. Whaler 2 2-4 6, Gonzalez 2 1-2 5. Totals 15 4-10 34.

Fouls--Satanta 11, Sublette 15. Fouled out--Satanta 1 (Stalker), Sublette 1 (E. Whaler)

Cimarron 76, Elkhart 33

At Cimarron, the Lady Bluejays took the game to the visiting Elkhart Lady Wildcats as the Lady Bluejays won, 76-33. The Lady Bluejays ran away with the game as they led after the first quarter by 10, and at halftime, 44-22. The Lady Jays outscored their Lady Wildcat foes in each of the four periods.

The Bluejays scored over 20 points in all of their periods except for the final 8 minutes, whereas the Wildcats' highest output of any period was the second, in which they scored 12 points.

The Bluejays would have four players go into double-digit scoring with Boo Dupree, Ashtynn Burns, Kari Blattner, and Morgan Ediger, who scored 10, 18, 10, and 13 points, respectively.

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Cimarron 20 24 23 9 -- 76

Elkhart 10 12 6 5 -- 33

Cimarron (76)--Dupree 10, Burns 18, Meis 2, Blattner 10, Moler 5, Hoskinson 6, Ediger 13, Corrales 2, K. Bailon 6, A. Bailon 4. Totals 9-16 76

Elkhart (33)--Villa 4, McCabe 6, Howe 5, Dougherty 9, Grieshaber 8, Richardson 1. Totals 6-11 33

3-point goals--Cimarron 7 (Dupree 2, Burns 1, Blattner 2, Moler 1, Ediger 1), Elkhart 1 (Howe)

Ulysses 37, Scott City 28

At Ulysses, the Lady Tigers came away with a close win against the visiting Scott City Lady Beavers, 37-28. The game was close throughout. In the early stages, Ulysses only had a one-point lead at halftime, 17-16, despite outscoring the Lady Beavers 11-4 in the first 8 minutes.

At the end of the third period both teams were tied up at 20. But the Tigers had a very strong fourth period in which they more than doubled the score of their opponent, 17-8, to finally pull away for the victory.

The focal point of the offense for the Tigers was Jessi Arnold, who was the game's leading scorer with 16 points. Rounding out the top three in scoring was Scott City's Bailey Nickel and Kelly Wycoff with 10 and eight points, respectively.

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Ulysses 11 6 3 17 -- 37

Scott City 4 12 4 8 -- 28

Ulysses (37)--Gallegos 1 4-8 6, Arnold 8 0-3 16, Price 2 1-2 5, Pfingston 1 0-0 2, Branscum 1 0-0 2, Corral 1 2-2 4, Balderama 0 2-4 2. Totals 14 9-19 37.

Scott City (28)--Latta 1 1-4 3, Wilcoxson 1 1-2 3, Hawker 2 0-0 4, Campbell 0 0-2 0, Wycoff 3 2-4 8, Nickel 4 2-5 10. Totals 11 6-17 28.

Hugoton 52, Colby 37

At Hugoton, the Lady Eagles defeated their avian counterpart in the Colby Lady Eagles by 15 points, with a final score of 52-37.

The leading scorer of the game was Amy Scott of Hugoton with 16 points, while her teammates Katy Heger and Melissa Fabela rounded out the top three with 12 and 11 points, respectively. The leading scorer for Colby was Brenly Terrell with 10 points.

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Hugoton 12 15 12 13 -- 52

Colby 10 9 6 12 -- 37

Hugoton (52)--Armendariz 2 2-4 6, Fabela 3 3-6 11, Scott 6 4-6 16, Jimenez 1 0-1 2, Pena 2 0-0 5, Heger 3 6-8 12. Totals 17 15-25 52.

Colby (37)--Terrell 3 1-3 10, Shull 2 0-0 4, Stephens 2 5-6 9, McKee 1 2-3 4, Strange 1 1-3 3, Giebler 2 0-1 5, Schindler 1 0-0 2. Totals 12 9-16 37.

3-point goals--Hugoton 3 (Fabela 2, Pena), Colby 4 (Terrell 3, Giebler).
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Dighton 45, Wallace Co. 14
At Sharon Springs, the Dighton Lady Hornets used a tight defensive effort, including holding the host Lady Wildcats scoreless in the second quarter en route to a 45-14 victory on Friday night.
The Lady Hornets got off to a slow start as the game was tied at 6 after one quarter, but then Dighton went on a 19-0 run in the second period to take a 25-6 lead at halftime. It was 33-11 at the end of three quarters and another 12-3 advantage in the final quarter completed the scoring.
Leslie Speer scored 14 points on 7-of-8 field goal shooting to pace the Lady Hornets. Shambrey Budd added 10 points to the winning effort. No scoring was available for Wallace County.
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Dighton    6    19    8    12    —    45
Wallace Co.    6    0    5    3    —    14

Dighton (45) — Brown 4, K. Budd 5, Cramer 4, Heath 2, L. Speer 14, S. Budd 10, J. Speer 2, Hoffman 4. Totals 21 2-5 45.
Wallace County (14) — Scoring not available.
3-point goals—Dighton 1 (K. Budd).

Greeley Co. 46, Quinter 40
At Quinter, the Greeley County Lady Jackrabbits got 20 points from Kelli Holthaus and two others reached double figures to lead the team to a 46-40 over the Quinter Lady Bulldogs on Friday night.
Holthaus scored 15 of her points in the final half while getting scoring support from Cassidy Hild with 12 and Kashli Holthaus with 10.
The Lady Jackrabbits (1-4) jumped out to a 13-6 first quarter lead and had a 27-13 halftime lead. It was 34-28 after three quarters when Quinter outscored Greeley County 15-7.
Jessica Schneider and Sarah Bird paced Quinter (0-4) with 14 and 10 points, respectively.
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Greeley Co.    13    14    7    12    —    46
Quinter    6    7    15    12    —    40

Greeley Co. (46) — Myers 0 3-4 3, Kash. Holthaus 4 2-2 10, Hild 4 4-4 12, Kel. Holthaus 8 4-7 20, Harris 0 1-3 1. Totals 16 14-20 46.
Quinter (40) — Bird 4 2-3 2, Wolf 0 0-2 0, Simon 3 0-4 6, Blackwill 2 0-0 4, Schneider 5 4-10 14. Totals 17 6-21 40.
3-point goals—Greeley Co. 0, Quinter 0.

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