The title game of the boys SPIAA league tournament turned out very one-sided, with South Gray overwhelming South Central, 67-24.

With the win at the United Wireless Arena in Dodge City, South Gray remains undefeated at 13-0.

The Rebels took a 20-6 lead after the first quarter and extended that to 40-9 by halftime.

South Gray, scoring 20 points in each of the first three quarters, buried 28 field goals (including five 3-pointers) while South Central managed just nine total field goals.

Clifton Miller, who hit three treys, led the Rebel’s with 18 points, while Gilbert Peters added 16.

The 6-6 post player’s field goals included a pair of 3’s.

Austin Jantz scored 11 points, one of nine South Gray players to score.

The Timberwolves (9-6) had no player in double-figures. Dalton Morehead led them with just eight points.


Spearville 47, Ingalls 44

In the third-place game at the SPIAA tournament in Dodge City, the Ingalls Bulldogs, leading by five entering the final period, saw Spearville rally for a 47-44 win.

Ingalls (9-6) was up 38-33 after three quarters in the United Wireless Arena, but a 14-6 rally by the Lancers, which included a pair of 3-pointers by Sarae Ricke, spoiled the Bulldogs’ hopes.

Ingalls hit just two field goals and also missed missed three free throws in the final period.

Spearville (9-4) got 13 points from Ricke and 12 from Ehlaina Hartman.

Ingalls’ Ashlyn Cure led all scorers with 16 points. Briton Beach and Regan Ast both added nine.