Girls

Holcomb 45, Colby 38

At Colby, Taylor Deniston scored 17 points and Zoe Engler added 13 to pace the visiting Holcomb Lady Longhorns to a 45-38 Great West Activities Conference win on Friday night.

In a see-saw contest, the Lady Longhorns jumped out to an 11-3 first-quarter lead, only to have the Lady Eagles go on a 15-2 scoring spree in the second to take an 18-13 halftime advantage.

Then it was Holcomb’s turn as the Lady ‘Horns outscored Colby 19-7 in the third period to move in front 32-25. Each team netted 13 points in the fourth period. Ellen Sapien joined her two Holcomb teammates in double figures with 11 points.

Sheila Ciebler was high scorer for Colby with 14 points.

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Holcomb 11 2 19 13 — 45

Colby 3 15 7 13 — 38

Holcomb (45) — Wren 0 2-2 2, Sapien 5 0-1 11, Deniston 5 5-6 17, Engler 5 2-4 13, Sleep 0 2-6 2, Knoll 0 02 0. Totals 15 11-21 45.

Colby (38) — Terrell 3 0-0 7, McKee 0 0-1 0, Strange 1 0-1 2, Ciebler 5 0-0 14, Schneider 3 0-0 6, Sloan 3 2-6 9. Totals 15 2-8 38.

3-point goals—Holcomb 4 (Sapien 1, Deniston 2, Engler 1), Colby 6 (Terrell 1, Ciebler 4, Sloan 1). Fouls—Holcomb 11, Colby 21. Fouled out—none.

Cimarron 64, Elkhart 41

At Elkhart, the visiting Lady Bluejays remained unbeaten with a convincing win over the Lady Wildcats.

Cimarron exploded for 29 points in the second quarter after leading only 11-7 at the end of one period, which provided the Bluejays with a 40-10 halftime lead.

Morgan Ediger’s 17 points paced the Lady Bluejays, who are now 6-0 heading into the holiday break. In all, nine players scored for coach David Ediger.

Elkhart got 10 points each from Yessenia Villa and Keyah Richardson.

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Cimarron 11 29 17 7 — 64

Elkhart 7 3 14 17 — 41

Cimarron (64) — Rath 3 0-0 9, Burns 2 1-2 7, MacKenzy 2 1-5 7, Blattner 1 4-4 6, McPhail 1 0-0 2, Walker 2 1-3 5, Moler 1 0-0 3, Ediger 2 4-6 8, K. Bailon 2 4-6 8. Totals 20 13-23 64.

Elkhart (41) — Hall 1 2-2 4, Villa 4 2-5 10, Owens 0 1-2 1, Richardson 3 1-2 10, McCabe 0 4-6 4, Howe 2 0-1 5, Addington 1 0-0 2, Dougherty 2 1-2 5. Totals 13 10-20 42.

3-point goals—Cimarron 11 (Rath 3, Burns 2, MacKenzy 2, Moleer 1, Ediger 3), Elkhart 4 (Richardson 3, Howe 1).

Dighton 44, Wallace Co. 21

At Dighton, the host Lady Hornets led from start to finish in posting a 23-point victory over the Lady Wildcats.

Dighton led 6-3, 16-8 and 29-11 at the quarter stops.

Six different players scored for coach Amy Felker, led by Dakota Hoffman’s 11 points. Jordan Speer also reached double figures with 10 points.

No individual scoring was available for Wallace County.

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Wallace Co. 3 5 3 10 — 21

Dighton 6 10 13 15 — 44

Wallace Co. — Scoring not available.

Dighton (44) — Budd 3 0-4 9, Cramer 1 4-4 6, Foos 1 0-0 2, O’Brien 2 2-2 6, Speer 4 2-3 10, Hoffman 4 3-4 11. Totals 15 11-17 44.

3-point goals—Dighton 3 (Budd 3). Fouls—Dighton 14. Fouled out—none.

Boys

Sublette 59, Satanta 54

Haskell County rivals Satanta and Sublette met for the second time in two weeks, this time in Satanta as the visiting Larks posted a 59-54 hard-fought victory over their nearby opponent.

Sublette narrowly led by 13-11 after one quarter and extended the lead to 33-28 by halftime. It was a 51-41 Sublette advantage after three quarters before the Indians rallied but couldn’t overtake the Larks.

Andrew Lower poured in a game-high 23 points while Nate Cearley and Sam Massey contributed 16 and 10 points, respectively, to the victory. Terrence Stanfill scored 20 points to pace Satanta’s scoring effort.

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Sublette 13 20 18 8 — 59

Satanta 11 17 13 13 — 54

Sublette (59) — Whaler 2, Lower 23, Hinkle 3, Cunefare 4, Cearley 16, Brown 1, Massey 10.

Satanta (54) — Stanfill 20, Miller 7, Colantonio 6, Turpin 9, Abernathy 6, Gonzalez 6.

Wallace Co. 63, Dighton 38

The Wallace County Wildcats took an early lead and then expanded it in each quarter, producing a 63-38 win on Friday night over the Dighton Hornets.

Ivan Montes scored a game-high 22 points for the Wildcats while Grady Hammer added 10. Logan Lingg’s 10 points were high for the Hornets.

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Wallace Co. 12 10 19 22 — 63

Dighton 7 4 15 12 — 38

Wallace Co. (63) — Gfeller 3, Grund 2, Hammer 12, N. Klinge 4, G. Klinge 9, Martinek 3, Montes 22, Perry 2, Schemm 6.

Dighton (38) — Horn 2, T. Lingg 9, Foos 3, Cruz 5, Lewis 9, L. Lingg 10.