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Scott City teams split games with Colby

Published 2/25/2011

By The Telegram

At Scott City, Colby held a 34-8 lead at halftime on its way to a big 56-15 win over Scott City.

The Lady Beavers had difficulty stopping Colby's strong offensive attack. Katherine Kaus led all scorers with 14 points while Kayla Hockersmith had 10.

Scott City got six points from Carissa Chelemedos and four from Audrey Baker.

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Colby 13 21 13 9 -- 56

Scott City 4 4 1 6 -- 15

Colby--Kath. Kaus 6 0-1 14, Hockersmith 4 1-2 10, M. Bell 3 2-4 7, Curry 3 0-0 6, Kat. Kaus 3 0-0 6, L. Bell 1 1-2 3, Finley 1 0-0 3, Wark 1 0-0 3, Shields 1 0-0 2, Total 22 4-9 56.

Scott City--Chelemedos 2 2-3 6, Baker 1 1-2 4, Hess 1 1-2 3, Hoeme 1 0-0 2, Total 5 4-7 15.

3-point--Colby 5 (Hockersmith, Kath. Kaus, Wark, M. Bell, Finley 1 each), Scott City 1 (Baker 1).

Boys

Scott City 65, Colby 32

At Scott City, led by Ron Baker's 17 points, the Beaver doubled-up Colby, 65-32, winning their 19th game of the season.

Brett O'Neil scored 13 points for Scott City and Tyler Hess chipped in 10 in the win. Colby was led by Spencer Tubbs and Corbin Stephens' eight points each.

After trailing 53-29 after the three quarters, the lead was too big for Colby to mount any comeback attempt.

The Eagles were outscored 12-3 in the fourth quarter as they picked up their 18th loss.

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Colby 14 19 20 12 -- 65

Scott City 7 10 12 3 -- 32

Colby--Tubbs 4 0-0 8, Stephens 3 1-2 8, Goossen 2 1-1 6, Cox 1 0-0 3, Arnberger 1 0-0 3, Winger 1 0-1 2, Kane 1 0-0 2, Sager 1 0-0 2, Total 14 2-4 32.

Scott City--Baker 6 4-7 17, O'Neil 4 3-4 13, Hess 5 0-0 10, Roemer 3 0-0 8, Kite 3 1-6 7, Robinson 3 0-0 6, Turner 2 0-0 4, Meyer 0 0-2 0, Total 26 8-19 65.

3-point--Colby 4 (Stephens, Goossen, Arnberger, Cox 1 each), Scott City 5 (O'Neil, Roemer 2 each, Baker 1).

SW Heights 44, Cimarron 35

At Cimarron, Southwestern Heights trailed early 12-6 after one quarter before it held Cimarron to zero points in the second quarter and ultimately won, 44-35.

Alex Neuschafer had 23 points and battled Heights' Junor Herrera, who had 22.

Cimarron will finish the regular season at 4-17 while Heights finishes 5-14.

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SW Heights 6 13 14 11 -- 44

Cimarron 12 0 6 17 -- 35

SW Heights--Herrera 22, Johnson 8, Chase 7, Shaw 1, Laya 1, Dutton 1, Total 44.

Cimarron--Neuschafer 13, Fairbank 5, Franzitta 4, Hoskinson 4, Woofter 3, Garcia 2, Trevino 2, Boersma 2, Total 35.

3-point--SW Heights 3 (Herrera 2, Johnson 1), Cimarron 3 (Boersma 2, Fairbank 1).

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