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Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
  • Buffaloes beat Cimarron in HPL semis

  • Meade to battle Sublette for title
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  • The Meade Buffaloes earned their third victory over the Cimarron Bluejays this season with a 49-41 victory in the Hi-Plains League boys semifinal contest at Garden City Community College. The Buffaloes (10-0) led only by two after the opening quarter, but extended the lead to 22-15 by halftime. Cimarron allowed only two field goals in the third quarter to cut its deficit to three, but Meade closed out the game with a 19-point fourth stanza to claim the victory. Morgan Davis scord 10 of his team-high 16 points in the final quarter, while Jett Little added six of his 15 in the last stanza. Caleb Fischer led Cimarron (7-4) with 17 points, while Teddy Boersma added 11 in the loss. Meade will face Sublette in the boys championship game tonight, while Cimarron battles Stanton County in the third place contest. Sublette beat Stanton County 66-52 in the other semifinal contest. MEADE (49) — Jett Little 15, Corbin Vanderpool 8, Trevis Wiens 6, Mark Finster 2, Morgan Davis 16, Ethan Reichmann 2. Totals 17 13-19 49. CIMARRON (41) — Caleb Fischer 17, Ty Clark 1, Christian Fischer 2, Teddy Boersma 11, Stewart Fairbank 7, Alex Neuschafer 3. Totals 15 6-10 41. Meade 9 13 8 19 — 49 Cimarron 7 8 12 14 — 41 Three-point baskets — Meade 2 (Little 2), Cimarron 5 (Ca. Fischer 3, Boersma 1, Fairbank 1). Records — Meade 10-0, Cimarron 7-4. Hodgeman County 52, Bucklin 18 JETMORE — The Longhorns outscored the Red Aces 22-0 in the opening quarter of their Southern Plains-Iroquois Activities Association contest. The Longhorns (5-5) gave up only eight points after intermission to complete the rout. Zach Blurton scored 10 points to lead Hodgeman County in scoring, while Jared Borger added nine. Brian Seacat scores seven to lead Bucklin (0-9). The two teams meet again Saturday afternoon in a play-in battle of the SPIAA League Tournament. BUCKLIN (18) — Brian Seacat 7, Christian Stimpert 5, Blake Demoret 4, Brett. Halling 2. Totals 8 2-5 18. HODGEMAN COUNTY (52) — Zach Blurton 10, Jared Borger 9, Eric Shelton 6, Austin Pfannenstiel 6, William Fierro 5, Zech Shiew 5, Seth Shriwise 5, Brandon Harms 4, Will Crabill 2. Totals 20 11-20 52. Bucklin 0 10 3 5 — 18 Hodgeman 22 9 14 7 — 52 Three-point baskets — Hodgeman County 1. Records — Bucklin 0-9, Hodgeman County 5-5. South Gray 45, South Central 31 COLDWATER — The Rebels outscored the Timberwoves by 12 after the opening quarter and extended the lead to 26-10 by halftime to record the SPIAA league road victory. Gaige Foskuhl scored 13 points to lead South Gray (9-1), while Trenton Holloway added eight. Koy Alexander led South Central (5-5) with nine points. SOUTH GRAY (45) — Mac Titus 3, Zach Tyler 7, Jake Peters 5, Gaige Foskuhl 13, Gabriel Loya 3, Carson Skidmore 6, Trenton Holloway 8. Totals 15 10-15 45. SOUTH CENTRAL (31) — Taylon Harris 5, Koy Alexander 9, James Cook 7, Nathan Brooks 7, Alec Konrade 3. Totals 11 5-11 31. South Gray 16 10 10 9 — 45 South Central 4 6 7 14 — 31 Three-point baskets — South Gray 5 (Tyler 2, Foskuhl 3), South Central 4 (Harris 1, Alexander 1, Cook 1, Konrade 1). Records — South Gray 9-1, South Central 5-5. GIRLS South Central 56, South Gray 40 COLDWATER — Alyssa Ediger scored 23 points and the Lady T-Wolves gave up only four point in the first quarter on the way to the upset win in SPIAA league action. South Central (3-7) led by 10 after the opening quarter and increased the margin to 32-14 by halftime. Kilee Harris also scored in double figures for the Lady T-Wolves with 14. Dusty Watkins led South Gray (5-5) in scoring with 14 points. SOUTH GRAY (40) — Cassy Watson 3, Katelyn Unruh 7, Whitney Wright 6, Myranda Axtell 2, Raine Torres 8, Dusty Watkins 14. Totals 15 7-10 40. SOUTH CENTRAL (56) — Alyssa Ediger 23, Abby Gales 6, Micaela Jellison 4, Haley Unruh 2, Reagan Bayne 7, Kilee Harris 14. Totals 20 12-15 56. South Gray 4 10 9 17 — 40 South Central 14 18 10 14 — 56 Three-point baskets — South Gray 3 (Unruh 1, Watkins 2), South Central 4 (Ediger 2, Harris 2). Records — South Gray 5-5, South Central 3-7.

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