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Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
  • Cimarron, Meade to meet for HPL boys title

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  • GARDEN CITY — The Meade Buffaloes and Cimarron Bluejays will play for the third time this season tonight in the Hi-Plains League boys basketball title game at Garden City Community College. The Buffaloes beat Southwestern Heights 67-57 The boys championship game at 8 p.m. will follow the girls championship between the two schools at 6 p.m. Meade had a six-point lead after the opening quarter and extended the lead up to 36-25 by intermission. Jett Little scored 26 points for the Buffaloes (8-1), 18 in the first half. Morgan Davis added 14 and Morgan Olvera 10 in the victory. Nate Johnsrud and Alexis Loya scored 12 points apiece for Heights (6-6) and Frank Herrara added 10. The Bluejays trailed by four at halftime before taking control of the game in the second half. Satanta made only one field goal in the final quarter as Cimarron picked up the win. Caleb Fischer scores 21 points — 16 in the second half — to lead Cimarron (9-2) and Seth Pachner added 15 (11 in the first half). Garrett Miller led Satanta (6-4) with 17 points and Tristan Colantonio added 10 (all in the first half). SOUTHWESTERN HEIGHTS (57) — Frank Herrera 10, Edvin Martinez 3, Nate Johnsrud 12, Kyle Coats 2, Ashton Lee 5, Jorge Dela Torre 5, Scott Holmes 2, Cody Jennings 6, Alexis Loya 12. Totals 21 12-17 57. MEADE (67) — Jett Little 26, Ryan Friesen 2, Morgan Olvera 10, Tristin Lewis 6, Morgan Davis 14, Aaron Gleason 9. Totals 25 14-20 67. SW Heights 14 11 14 18 — 57 Meade 20 16 14 17 — 67 Three-point baskets — Heights 3 (Johnsrud 2, Herrera 1), Meade 3 (Little 2, Olvera 1). Records — Southwestern Heights 6-5, Meade 8-1. CIMARRON (56) — Caleb Fischer 21, Tanner Toothaker 4, Ty Clark 8, Christian Fischer 9, Seth Pachner 15. Totals 23 12-16 56. SATANTA (42) — Bennett Miller 5, Tristan Colantonio 10, James Turpin 6, Garrett Miller 17, Jesus Garcia 4. Totals 18 5-8 42. Cimarron 13 9 14 18 — 56 Satanta 16 10 8 8 — 42 Three-point baskets — Cimarron 3 (Ca. Fischer 2, Pachner 1), Satanta 1 (Miller 1). Records — Cimarron 9-2, Satanta 6-4. Other boys games Fowler 66, Ingalls 51 FOWLER — Four players scored in double figures as the Goldbugs improved to 10-0 and increase their regular season winning streak to 37 games. Dylan Duesing led Fowler in scoring with 21 points. Ty Clark added 19, Tate Shumard 15 and Taylin Bird 10 in the Southern Plains-Iroquois Activities Association win. Zach Batman scored 22 points to lead Ingalls (4-6) and Schmidt added 10 in the loss. INGALLS (51) — Zach Batman 22, Kendall Dwyre 4, Isaac Baxa 6, Colton Schmidt 10, Dawson Sandoval 2, LaMontae Heady 7. FOWLER (66) — Dylan Duesing 21, Ty Clark 19, Tate Shumard 15, Taylin Bird 11. Totals 25 12-16 66. Ingalls 13 11 9 18 — 51 Fowler 17 17 20 12 — 66 Three-point baskets — Fowler 4 (Shumard 3, Bird 1). Records — Ingalls 4-6, Fowler 10-0. South Gray 75, South Central 51 MONTEZUMA — The Rebels led by six at halftime and scored 44 points after intermission to record the SPIAA tournament. Jake Peters led South Gray (9-1) with 21 points and Carson Skidmore added 20. Tate Skinner also scored in double figures for the Rebels with 10. Alec Konrade scored 16 points to lead South Central (4-6) and Koy Alexander added 10 in the loss. SOUTH CENTRAL (51) — Taylon Harris 3, Koy Alexander 10, Tanner Kay 6, Cade Lohrding 9, Kody Huck 1, Nathan Brooks 6, Alec Konrade 16. Totals 20 8-22 51. SOUTH GRAY (75) — Carson Skidmore 20, Tate Skinner 10, Gabriel Loya 5, L. Skinner 9, Jake Peters 21, Peter Martens 6, Mike Martens 4. Totals 28 14-24 75. South Central 8 17 11 15 — 51 South Gray 14 17 20 24 — 75 Three-point baskets — South Central 3 (Kay 2, Lohrding 1), South Gray 5 (Skidmore 1, L. Skinner 2, P. Martens 2). Records — South Central 4-6, South Gray 9-1. Ashland 61, Minneola 40 MINNEOLA — The Bluejays outscored the Wildcats 22-10 in the third quarter to extend a five-point lead to 17 by the end of the stanza in the battle between Clark County rivals. Grant Meininger led Ashland (8-3) with 17 points (13 in the second half) and Konrade added 14 in the win. Cody Barger led Minneola (3-7) with 11 points. ASHLAND (61) — Reece Kay 3, Kole Konrade 14, Grant Meininger 17, Caleb Walker 2, Corey McCann 6, Nathan Reimer 6, John Spare 2, A.J. Welch 3, Alex Ornelas 3, Jordan Stevens 5. Totals 21 17-37 61. MINNEOLA (40) — Lane Hornback 3, Joey Harrington 5, Ethan Schneweis 2, Cody Barger 11, Lee Schrader 8, Kolten Lang 6, Chris Temaat 2, Wyatt Williams 3. Totals 13 11-27 40. Ashland 14 9 22 16 — 61 Minneola 8 10 10 12 — 40 Three-point baskets — Ashland (Kay 1, McCain 1), Minneola 1 (Lang 1). Records — Ashland 8-3, Minneola 3-7. In girls games Bucklin 53, Hodgeman County 24 BUCKLIN — The Lady Aces outscored the Lady Longhorns 29-14 after intermission to remain at the top of the SPIAA League standings. Janae Price scored 21 points to lead Bucklin (10-1) and Morgan Hood added 17 in the victory. The Lady Longhorns (1-8) made only one field goal in the final quarter. HODGEMAN COUNTY (24) — C. Cohoon 2, Liggett 10, W. Bradshaw 12. Totals 11 2-4 24. BUCKLIN (53) — Taylor Long 7, Janae Price 21, Morgan Hood 17, Charmayne Austin 6, Haylie Pegelow 2. Totals 21 10-17 51. Hodgeman Co. 4 10 6 4 — 24 Bucklin 6 18 14 15 — 53 Three-point baskets — Bucklin 1 (Price 1). Records — Hodgeman County 1-8, Bucklin 9-1. Ashland 45, Minneola 39 MINNEOLA — The Lady Bluejays gave up only one Minneola field goal in the second half on the way to the win in the Clark County showdown. Canaan Endicott scored 21 points to lead Ashland (8-3) and Shelby Luerman added 13 in the win. Kristin Schneweis led Minneola (1-8) in scoring with 12 points. ASHLAND (45) — Andrea Ornelas 1, Kalee Krier 6, Sloan Kay 2, Shelby Luerman 13, Canaan Endicott 21. Totals 13 16-25 45. MINNEOLA (39) — Shaley Shumate 1, Michaela Strecker 2, Natalie Stewart 4, Sarah Wilczek 5, Kristin Schneweis 12, Taylor Pfaff 8, Fallon Haynes 7. Totals 12 13-19 39. Ashland 16 7 9 13 — 45 Minneola 14 17 5 3 — 39 Three-point baskets — Ashland 3 (Endicott 2, Luerman 1), Minneola 2 (Wilczek 1, Haynes 1). Records — Ashland 8-3, Minneola 1-8.
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