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Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
  • Cimarron, Meade advance in HPL tourney

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  • Cimarron, Meade advance in HPL tourney SUBLETTE — The Cimarron Lady Bluejays and the Meade Lady Buffaloes, the top two seeds in the Hi-Plains League tournament opened up quarterfinal play with victories at Sublette High School. The top-seeded Lady Bluejays beat Lakin 71-42 in their first game of the tournament, while the second-seeded Lady Buffaloes beat Satanta 70-30. The Lady Bluejays led 21-8 after the opening quarter and extended the lead to 44-18 by halftime to pull away with the easy victory. Ashtynn Burns scored 22 points — including four 3-point baskets — to lead the Lady Bluejays (8-1), while Rebecca Dupree added 11 and Hailee Hoskinson and Morgan Ediger scored 10 apiece in the victory. Robin Ritsema scored 14 to lead Lakin (4-7), while Mollie Calderon scored 13 in the loss for the Lady Broncs. The Lady Buffaloes (6-2) scored 20 points in the opening quarter and allowed only one Satanta field goal in the second quarter to take control of the game. The Lady Indians made only four field goals after intermission in their loss. Jaylin Stapleton led Meade with 19 points, while Mackenzie Moshier and Bailey Olvera scored 13 apiece and Tarah Wiens 10 for the Lady Buffaloes. Valerie Cano led Satanta (3-6) with 13 points. Cimarron will face Southwestern Heights in the league semifinals on Thursday night at Garden City Community College, while Meade plays Syracuse in the other semifinal. Southwestern Heights beat Elkhart 51-23, while Syracuse beat Stanton County 42-38. Both Cimarron and Meade also won in boys action Tuesday night, with the top-seeded Buffaloes beating Syracuse 63-56 and the second-seeded Bluejays beating Lakin 64-54. The Buffaloes were trailing by one at halftime, but scored 39 second half points to take control of the game and advance in the tournament. Morgan Davis scored 25 points — 15 in the second half – to lead Meade (7-1) and Jett Little scored 18 of his 22 points after intermission. Dexter English led Syracuse in scoring with 13. The Bluejays (7-2) also had a close game until the fourth quarter, scoring 25 points in the final stanza for the win. Christian Fischer led Cimarron in scoring with 20 points, while Caleb Fischer added 15 and Seth Pachner 14 in the victory. Ryder Yakel led Lakin with 18 points and Gage McAtee added 10 for the Broncs (4-5). Meade will face Southwestern Heights in one boys league semifinal matchup Friday night in Garden City, while Cimarron will face Satanta in the other semifinal. Satanta beat Sublette 74-60 and Heights beat Elkhart 71-62. GIRLS CIMARRON 71, LAKIN 42 LAKIN (42) — Mariah Watkins 6, Robin Ritsema 14, Mollie Calderon 13, Karlee Davidson 2, Kala Simmons 2, Taylor Reed 1, Kayla Swank 2. Totals 16 9-15 42. CIMARRON (71) — Rebecca Dupree 11, Ashtynn Burns 22, Konner Moler 3, Hailee Hoskinson 10, Andrea Bryant 2, Morgan Ediger 10, Korina Bailon 9, Ana Bailon 4. Totals 27 9-13 71. Lakin 8 10 6 18 — 42 Cimarron 21 23 15 12 — 71 Three-point baskets — Lakin 1 (Calderon 1), Cimarron 8 (Dupree 3, Burns 4, Moler 1). Records — Lakin 4-7, Cimarron 8-1. MEADE 70, SATANTA 30 SATANTA (30) — Emma Stalker 5, Andrea Wagner 7, Vanessa Caro 5, Valerie Caro 13. Totals 11 8-19 30. MEADE (70) — Bailey Olvera 13, Beth Lewis 7, Jaylin Stapleton 19, Natalie Thompson 2, Bailey Lewis 4, Tarah Wiens 10, Mackenzie Moshier 13, Kalesha Ellis 2. Totals 30 8-14 70. Satanta 12 3 5 10 — 30 Meade 20 12 21 17 — 70 Three-point baskets — Meade 2 (Olvera 1, Stapleton 1). Records — Satanta 3-6, Meade 6-2. BOYS MEADE 63, SYRACUSE 56 SYRACUSE (56) — Dallas Barnes 9, Diego Leyna 7, Chase Keller 6, Cameron Coleman 9, Dexter English 13, Tinny DeWitt 10, Casey English 2. Totals 24 4-10 56. MEADE (63) — Jett Little 22, Ryan Friesen 2, Morgan Olvera 2, Tristan Lewis 4, Morgan Davis 25, Landon Bird 4, Aaron Gleason 4. Totals 26 13-13 63. Syracuse 7 18 16 15 — 56 Meade 17 7 19 20 — 63 Three-point baskets — Syracuse 4 (Barnes 1, Leyna 1, Keller 2), Meade 4 (Davis 3, Little 1). Records — Syracuse 4-5, Meade 7-1. CIMARRON 64, LAKIN 54 LAKIN (54) — Caleb Seeger 6, Ian Shelden 7, Robert Aparicio 3, Gage McAtee 10, Ryder Yakel 18, Javier Esquivel 6, Pancho Klassen 4. Totals 20 7-12 54. CIMARRON (64) — Caleb Fischer 15, Ty Clark 9, Christian Fischer 20, Blake Neuschafer 2, Seth Pachner 14, Nick Ast 4. Totals 25 11-20 64. Lakin 13 10 12 19 — 54 Cimarron 10 16 13 25 — 64 Three-point baskets — Lakin 7 (Yakez 4, Seeger 1, Sheldon 1, Aparicio 1), Cimarron 3 (Ch. Fischer 2, Ca. Fischer 1). Records — Lakin 4-5, Cimarron 7-2. In other girls action: Minneola 50, Fowler 45 MINNEOLA — The Lady Wildcats built a four-point lead after the opening quarter and extended it to 30-20 by intermission on the way to recording their first win of the season in a Southern Plains-Iroquois Activities Association matchup. Kristin Schneweis scored 17 points to lead the Lady Wildcats (1-8) and Shaley Shumate added 10 in the victory. Ashten Clark and Brittany McDowell scored 12 points apiece to lead Fowler (4-5). FOWLER (45) — Ashten Clark 12, Brittany McDowell 12, Hannah Heinz 1, Angie Estrada 6, Everly Wise 8, Lexi Granados 2. Totals 12 20-32 45. MINNEOLA (50) — Shaley Shumate 10, Michaela Strecker 2, Natalie Stewart 2, Sarah Wilczek 5, Kristen Schneweis 17, Jayda Minor 3, Taylor Pfaff 6, Fallon Haynes 5. Totals 19 11-26 50. Fowler 12 8 10 15 — 45 Minneola 16 14 8 12 — 50 Three-point baskets — Fowler 1 (Wise 1), Minneola 1 (Wilczek 1). Records — Fowler 4-5, Minneola 1-8. Kiowa County 49, Ingalls 40 GREENSBURG — The Lady Mavericks built a 24-15 halftime lead and extended the lead to 14 going into the final quarter on the way to the win over the Lady Bulldogs in SPIAA League action. Katelynn Gamble scored 20 points to lead Kiowa County. Rebecca Wyatt led Ingalls in scoring with 13 and Kaisha Batman scored 11 for the Lady Bulldogs (5-4). INGALLS (40) — Julie Andazola 3, Hope Beach 5, Kaisha Batman 11, Jordyn Cure 3, Jasmine Renick 5, Rebecca Wyatt 13. Totals 15 7-14 40. KIOWA COUNTY (49) — Katelynn Gamble 20, Jansen Miller 6, Heather Melton 8, Riann Heft 6, Dena Liggett 5, McKenzie Heft 4. Totals 20 8-20 49. Ingalls 7 8 8 17 — 40 Kiowa Co. 10 14 13 12 — 49 Three-point baskets — Ingalls 3 (Andazola 1, Batman 1, Cure 1), Kiowa County 1 (Liggett 1). Records — Ingalls 5-4, Kiowa County 8-3. Spearville 52, Deerfield 12 DEERFIELD — The Lady Lancers allowed only five field goals on the way to record the road victory over the winless Lady Spartans. Spearville led 23-2 after the opening quarter and didn't give up a point in the second to extend the lead to 33 by intermission. Rachel Slattery scored 10 points to lead Spearville (7-3) in scoring, while Marisa Kistler added nine in the victory. Mayra Llamas scored five to lead Deerfield (0-9). SPEARVILLE (52) — Chesna Ratzlaff 5, Erica Hornung-Heeke 2, Carly Schuette 5, Lindsey Heskamp 7, Rachel Slattery 10, Marisa Kistler 9, Brianna Doussa 6, Brooke Offerle 3, Kylee Krominga 5. Totals 22 6-11 52. DEERFIELD (12) — Mercedez Showers 1, Amber Tackett 4, Mayra Llamas 5, Katia Chavira 2. Totals 5 1-2 12. Spearville 23 15 9 5 — 52 Deerfield 2 0 8 2 — 12 Three-point baskets — Deerfield 1 (Llamas 1), Spearville 2 (Heskamp 1, Kistler 1). Records — Spearville 7-3, Deerfield 0-9. In other boys action: Kiowa County 46, Ingalls 42 GREENSBURG — The Mavericks pulled away in the late stages to record the win in the SPIAA League matchup. John Terhune scored 13 points to lead Kiowa County (3-8), while Landon Davis added nine in the win. Zach Batman scored 26 to lead Ingalls (4-5). INGALLS (42) — Zach Batman 26, Kendall Dwyre 1, Isaac Baxa 4, LaMontae Heady 8, Tacy Whipple 3. Totals 15 9-14 42. KIOWA COUNTY (46) — Trever Powell 4, Landon Davis 9, Michael Tedder 6, Corbin VandenHoek 8, John Terhune 13, Erik Torres 6. Totals 15 10-10 46. Ingalls 12 11 8 11 — 42 Kiowa Co. 14 8 8 16 — 46 Three-point baskets — Ingalls 3 (Batman 2, Heady 1). Records — Ingalls 4-5, Kiowa County 3-8. Fowler 75, Minneola 43 MINNEOLA — The Goldbugs ream unbeaten after nine games into the season after recording the road rout over the Wildcats in SPIAA League. Fowler led 20-6 after one quarter and extended the lead to 41-21 by halftime. Five players scored in double figures for Fowler (9-0): Taylin Bird and Ty Clark with 15 points apiece, Tate Shumard with 13 and Dylan Duesing and Miguel Cortez with 10 points apiece. Lane Hornback led Minneola (3-6) with 11 points. FOWLER (75) — Luke Huelskamp 5, Lane Lundeen 2, Taylin Bird 15, Tate Shumard 13, Ulises Granados 2, Blake Keith 3, Dylan Duesing 10, Ty Clark 15, Miguel Cortez 10. MINNEOLA (43) — Lane Hornback 11, Ethan Schneweis 4, Lee Schrader 2, Landon Walker 8, Kolten Lang 4, Joey Harrington 6, Chris Temaat 2, Aaron Pinkerton 2. Fowler 20 21 25 9 — 75 Minneola 6 15 13 9 — 43 Three-point baskets — Fowler 6 (Bird 3, Shumard 2, Keith 1). Records — Fowler 9-0, Minneola 3-6. Spearville 49, Deerfield 25 DEERFIELD — The Royal Lancers didn't allow a point in the first quarter to build a 20-point lead and never looked back in returning to their winning ways. Kaden Stein scored 15 points to lead the Lancers, while Nathan Stein added 13 and Luke Heskamp 11 for Spearville (5-4). Skipper led Deerfield (5-5) with eight points. SPEARVILLE (49) — Luke Heskamp 11, Nathan Stein 13, Ashton Ratzlaff 2, Reegan Kliesen 4, Clinton Stein 4, Kaden Stein 15. Totals 16 15-21 49. DEERFIELD (25) — Alex Mata 7, Mike Mata 2, Alf Melendez 1, Anthony Mata 5, Marc Skipper 8, Rich 2. Totals 10 3-5 25. Spearville 20 11 13 5 — 49 Deerfield 0 12 11 2 — 25 Three-point baskets — Spearvillle 2 (Heskamp 1, N. Stein 1), Deerfield 2 (A. Mata 1, An. Mata 1). Records — Spearville 5-4, Deerfield 5-5.
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