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Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
  • Lady Buffaloes score 30 in final quarter to complete comeback

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  • The Meade Lady Buffaloes scored 30 points in the final quarter to overcome a 14-point deficit and record the 57-49 home win over the Ashland Lady Bluejays.
    Kinzie Friesen scored 21 points to lead Meade (9-5) while Bailey Olvera added 13 and Tara Wiens 11 in the victory. Canaan Endicott scored 16, Elizabeth McKinney 15 and Nichole Borgelt 10 for Ashland (10-5) in the losing cause.
    ASHLAND (49) — Elizabeth McKinney 15, Kara Reimer 4, Johnson 4, Nichole Borgelt 10, Canaan Endicott 16. Totals 16 6-10 49.
    MEADE (57) — Bailey Olvera 13, Tara Wiens 11, Rudzik 4, Miller 1, Kiznie Friesen 21, Moshier 2, Thompson 5. Totals 16 22-27 57.
    Ashland 15 15 11 8— 49
    Meade 9 9 9 30 —57
    Three-point goals — Ashland 10 (McKinney 5, Borgelt 2, Endicott 3), Meade 3 (Rudzik 1, Thompson 1, Miller 1). Records — Ashland 10-5, Meade 9-5.
    BUCKLIN — Morgan Hood scored 17 of her game-high 27 points in the first half to outscore the entire South Gray team before intermission on the way to leading the Bucklin Lady Aces to a 60-24 victory over the Lady Rebels in Southern Plains-Iroquois Activities Association action.
    Janae Price and Hood scored 10 points apiece in the second half to lead Bucklin (10-4). Price added 15 in the victory.
    Dusty Watkins led South Gray (5-9) in scoring with 12 points.
    SOUTH GRAY (24) — Dusty Watkins 12, Cassy Watson 2, Katelyn Unruh 2, Whitney Wright 2, Myranda Axtell 3, Raine Torres 3, Dusty Watkins 12. Totals 10 3-10 24.
    BUCKLIN (60) — Gentry Stout 5, Janae Price 15, AJ Cossell 4, Morgan Hood 27, Allyson Rudd 7, Taylor Stout 2. Totals 26 5-11 60.
    South Gray 7 7 7 3 — 24
    Bucklin 18 10 20 12 — 60
    Three-point baskets — South Gray 1 (Torres 1), Bucklin 3 (Price 1, Hood 1, Rudd 1). Records — South Gray 5-9, Bucklin 10-4.
    Ingalls 34, Dighton 23
    INGALLS — The Lady Bulldogs allowed only eight field goal in improving to 15-0 on the season with the win.
    Rebecca Wyatt scored 14 points to lead the defensive-minded Lady Bulldogs, who have given up less than 30 points in their last two games. Kaisha Batman added eight in the victory for Ingalls.
    Spearville 46, Kinsley 43
    KINSLEY — The Lady Lancers outscored the Lady Coyotes 12-5 in the final quarter to record the win over their rivals.
    Kinsley led 25-24 at halftime and increased the lead to four after three period before Spearville was able to clamp down on defense to overcome the deficit and win the game.
    Katie Rabe scored 15 points to lead Spearville (11-4), while Rachel Slattery and Lindsey Heskamp added 10 apiece in the win.
    Brittany Gleason scored 24 points to lead Kinsley (5-10), but only three in the final quarter.
    SPEARVILLE (46) — Emily Slattery 2, Katie Rabe 15, Lindsey Heskamp 10, Rachel Slattery 10, Marisa Kistler 2, Taylor Offerle 7. Totals 17 10-13 46.
    KINSLEY (43) — Amber Espinosa 6, Brittany Gleason 24, Shaylee Meyers 4, Clarisa Holguin 2, Alex Herrman 7. Totals 18 3-5 43.
    Spearville 15 9 10 12 — 46
    Kinsley 13 12 13 5 — 43
    Three-point baskets — Spearville 2 (Rabe 1, Offerle 1), Kinsley 4 (Gleason 3, Herrman 1). Records — Spearville 11-4, Kinsley 5-10.
    Page 2 of 3 - Cimarron 62, Lakin 26
    LAKIN — The Lady Bluejays outscored Lakin 17-3 in the opening quarter and extended the margin to 37-11 by halftime to record the Hi-Plains League victory and improve to 15-0 on the season.
    Morgan Ediger scored 16 points to lead the Lady Bluejays, while Eva Koopman added 15 and Ashtynn Burns 13 in the rout of the Lady Broncs.
    Kara Simmons led Lakin (8-7) with seven points.
    CIMARRON (62) — Bailon 4, Kari Blattner 1, Ashtynn Burns 13, Boo Dupree 5, Morgan Ediger 16, Hailee Hoskinson 2, Evan Koopman 15, Morgan Waters 6.
    LAKIN (26) — Karlee Davidson 5, Jhoryn Hernandez 2, Taryn Reed 2, Darrie Rogers 4, Alyssa Sanchez 4, Kara Simmons 7, Mariah Watkins 2.
    Cimarron 17 20 9 16 — 62
    Lakin 3 8 5 10 — 26
    Records — Cimarron 15-0, Lakin 8-7.
    BOYS
    Kinsley 60, Spearville 59 (OT)
    KINSLEY — Nathan Frame scored eight of his 26 points in overtime to help lead the Kinsley Coyotes to a 60-59 overtime victory over the Spearville Royal Lancers in the latest chapter of their rivalry.
    Neither team could get more than a four-point lead on each other throughout most of the game, with the team tied at 50-50 going into the extra period. Frame scored six free throws and a basket; while Gustavo Chavez also hit a basket as the Coyotes outscored the Lancers 10-9 in overtime.
    Chavez added 14 in the victory for Kinsley (8-7).
    Kaden Stein and Matthew Kerschen scored 15 points apiece to lead Spearville (3-12).
    SPEARVILLE (59) — Nathan Stein 11, Matthew Kerschen 15, Caleb Stein 8, Kaden Stein 15, Clinton Stein 2, Reegan Wright 6, Ashton Ratzlaff 2. Totals 23 12-22 59.
    KINSLEY (60) — Conner Frame 4, Nathan Frame 26, Gustavo Chavez 14, Tyson Espinosa 9, Victor Ordaz 2. Totals 21 14-23 60.
    Spearville 14 13 11 12 9 — 59
    Kinsley 18 11 8 13 10 — 60
    Three-point baskets — Spearville 1 (N. Stein 1), Kinsley 4 (Espinosa 3, N. Frame 1). Records — Spearville 3-12, Kinsley 8-7.
    Meade 58, Ashland 39
    MEADE — The Buffaloes outscored Ashland 32-13 in the first half on the way to improving to 14-0 on the season with the win over their former SPIAA rivals.
    Jett Little led Meade with 21 points while Morgan Davis added 13 in the victory.
    Grant Meininger scored 17 points to lead Ashland (7-8).
    ASHLAND (39) — Kole Konrade 7, Grant Meininger 17, Billy Day 2, Corey McCann 8, Ornelas 2, Munas 3. Totals 14 8-8 39.
    MEADE (58) — Jett Little 21, Chris Hardaway 1, Trevin Wiens 6, Mark Finster 9, Morgan Davis 13, Morgan Friesen 8. Totals 21 14-22 58.
    Ashland 8 5 16 10 — 39
    Meade 16 16 11 15 — 58
    Three-point baskets — Ashland 3 (McCann 2, Munas 1), Meade 2 (Little 1, Davis 1). Records — Ashland 7-8, Meade 14-0.
    Fowler 56, Kiowa County 42
    FOWLER — The Goldbugs trailed by eight after the opening quarter, but were able to come back with a 15-3 second quarter on the way to remaining undefeated on the season.
    Fowler (15-0) led 23-19 at halftime and increased the lead to nine by the end of the third quarter. Four players scored in double figures for Fowler: Ty Clark (14), Taylin Bird (13), Joel Milford (11) and Jett Reese (10).
    Page 3 of 3 - South Gray 64, Bucklin 39
    BUCKLIN — The Rebels' Trenton Holloway scored eight of his 21 points in the first quarter as South Gray outscored the host Red Aces 16-6 after the stanza and 30-15 by halftime.
    Tate Skinner scored 10 of his 13 points in the second half to also score in double figures for the Rebels (13-2).
    Anthony Ledesma scored 11 of his 15 points in the first half, while Brett Hailing scored all eight of his points in the second half for the Red Aces (1-12).
    SOUTH GRAY (64) — Tate Skinner 13, Zack Tyler 3, H. Martens 1, Jake Peters 9, Gaige Foskuhl 4, Pancho Martens 3, Austin Koehn 2, Gabriel Loya 4, Carson Skidmore 4, Trenton Holloway 21. Totals 22 16-26 64.
    BUCKLIN (39) — Isaiah Warnke 2, Blake Demoret 2, Trevon Herrera 2, Brian Seacat 3, Brett Halling 8, Christian Stimpert 2, Anthony Ledesma 15, Colton Downey 5. Totals 15 8-12 39.
    South Gray 16 14 14 20 — 64
    Bucklin 6 9 10 14 — 39
    Three-point baskets — South Gray 4 (Skinner 1, Tyler 1, Martens 1, Holloway 1), Bucklin 1 (Ledesma 1). Records — South Gray 13-2, Bucklin 1-12.
    Cimarron 55, Lakin 41
    LAKIN — The Bluejays' offense woke up in the second quarter and pulled away for the victory over the Broncs in Hi-Plains League action.
    Cimarron led by three at halftime and increased their lead in the second half, scoring 20 points in the final period.
    Ted Boersma scored 23 points to lead the Bluejays (10-5). Dalton Shalberg led Lakin (4-11) with 14 points.
    CIMARRON (55) — Ted Boersma 23, Ty Clark 2, Stewart Fairbank 5, Caleb Fischer 8, Christian Fischer 6, Josh Meis 1, Alex Neuschafer 7, Cody Thomas 3.
    LAKIN (41) — Pedro Chavez 4, Kody Christiansen 2, Devin Dasenbrock 6, Dallas Franco 3, Daylan Gilleland 2, Gage McAtee 5, Caleb Seeger 5, Dalton Shalberg 14.
    Cimarron 6 14 15 20 — 55
    Lakin 8 9 12 12 — 41
    Records – Cimarron 9-6, Lakin 4-11.
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