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Kiowa County Signal - Kiowa County, KS
  • Ingalls, Cimarron girls remain unbeaten on season

  • Bulldogs earn road league win, while Bluejays rout Syracuse
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  • The Ingalls Lady Bulldogs only gave up seven points in the second half, including a 19-5 final quarter to remain unbeaten on the season with a 51-25 victory over South Central in a Southern Plains-Iroquois Activities Association battle.
    The Lady Timberwolves led by two after the opening period before Ingalls outscored the hosts 18-7 in the second quarter to lead by nine at halftime.
    Kaisha Batman scored 19 points to lead Ingalls (8-0), while Rebecca Wyatt added 11 in the victory. Reagan Bayne scored 11 to lead South Central (2-5).
    INGALLS (51) — Deisy Estrada 5, Hope Beach 4, Kaisha Batman 19, Tara Whipple 6, Jasmine Renick 4, Rebecca Wyatt 11, Bulma Galaviz 2. Totals 18 11-16 51.
    SOUTH CENTRAL (25) — Haley Unruh 2, Micaela Jellison 6, Reagan Bayne 11, Kilee Harris 6. Totals 11 1-7 25.
    Ingalls 9 18 5 19 — 51
    So. Central 11 7 2 5 — 25
    Three-point baskets — Ingalls 4 (Estrada 1, Batman 2, Whipple 1), South Central (Bayne 1, Jellison 1). Records — Ingalls 8-0, South Central 2-5.
    Cimarron 74, Syracuse 24
    CIMARRON — The Lady Bluejays scored Syracuse 28-6 after the opening quarter and increased the lead to 50-8 by halftime in recording the home rout.
    The hosts completed the rout by outscoring the Lady Bulldogs 15-2 in the final stanza.
    Ashtynn Burns scored 19 points to lead Cimarron (9-0) and Morgan Ediger added 13 in the home victory. Delaney Pollart led Syracuse (2-6) in scoring with nine.
    SYRACUSE (24) — Dallie Vernon 2, Kiah Rash 4, Delaney Pollart 9, Sydney Brown 2, Mallory Horton 1, Kassie Baeza 6. Brown 6. Totals 10 3-10 24.
    CIMARRON (74) — Rebecca Dupree 5, Ashtynn Burns 19, MacKenzy Meis 2, Kari Blattner 4, Brynn Walker 1, Hailee Hoskinson 4, Isabelle Koopman 4, Morgan Ediger 13, Korina Bailon 7, Eva Koopman 9, Ana Bailon 2, Katie White 4. Totals 28 14-19 74.
    Syracuse 6 2 14 2 — 24
    Cimarron 28 22 9 15 — 74
    Three-point baskets — Syracuse 1 (Rush 1), Cimarron 4 (Dupree 1, Burns 1, Ediger 2). Records — Syracuse 2-6, Cimarron 9-0.
    Kiowa County 40, Kinsley 33
    GREENSBURG — The Lady Mavericks allowed only two points in the second quarter on the way to overcome a six-point deficit and record the home victory over the Lady Coyotes.
    Riann Heft and Halie Headrick scored 11 points apiece for Kiowa County (5-5) in the victory, while Heather Melton added 10. Brittany Gleason was the only player to score in double figures for Kinsley (2-7) with 16.
    KINSLEY (33) — Paige Herrman 2, Amber Espinosa 3, Shaylee Meyers 4, Clarisa Holguin 8, Brittany Gleason 16. Totals 12 3-11 33.
    KIOWA COUNTY (40) — Katelynn Gamble 2, Heather Melton 10, Riann Heft 11, Halie Headrick 11, Angela Liggett 2, Dena Liggett 4. Totals 14 9-13 40.
    Kinsley 14 2 10 7 — 33
    Kiowa Co. 8 11 12 9 — 40
    Three-point baskets — Kinsley 2 (Gleason 2), Kiowa County 1 (Headrick 1). Records — Kinsley 2-7, Kiowa County 5-5.
    Bucklin 46, Ashland 32
    BUCKLIN — The Lady Aces built a 10-point halftime lead on the way to recording the Southern Plains-Iroquois Activities Association victory over the Lady Bluejays.
    Janae Price scored 14 of her team-high 25 points in the first half with Allyson Rudd adding 10 in the victory for Bucklin (6-2). Price hit four 3-pointers for the Lady Aces.
    Page 2 of 3 - Canaan Endicott scored 15 to lead Ashland (8-2).
    ASHLAND (32) — Elizabeth McKinney 5, Kara Reimer 4, Shelby Luerman 3, Baylee Johnson 2, Nichole Borgelt 3, Canaan Endicott 15. Totals 12 6-9 32.
    BUCKLIN (46) — Janae Price 25, A.J. Cossell 3, Morgan Hood 8, Allyson Rudd 10. Totals 15 10-15 46.
    Ashland 5 10 8 9 — 32
    Bucklin 9 16 13 8 — 46
    Three-point baskets — Ashland 2 (McKinney 1, Endicott 1), Bucklin 6 (Price 4, Rudd 2). Records — Ashland 8-2, Bucklin 6-2.
    Meade 58, Satanta 38
    SATANTA — The Lady Buffaloes led by eight after the opening quarter and increased the margin to 37-18 by halftime to record the Hi-Plains League victory.
    Four players scored in double figures for Meade (5-3): Alyssa Rudzik and Kinzie Friesen had 11 points and Bailey Olvera and Hannah Miller added 10.
    Vanessa Caro scored 12 points to lead Satanta (2-6).
    MEADE (58) — Bailey Olvera 10, Holly Harshberger 2, Alyssa Rudzik 11, Hannah Miller 10, Natalie Thompson 2, Tarah Wiens 6, Kinzie Friesen 11, Mackinzie Moshier 5, Hope Harshberger 1. Totals 22 12-22 58.
    SATANTA (38) — Emma Stalker 2, Megan Long 4, Kacey Smith 4, Jennifer Rehmke 4, Kristy Blair 3, Valerie Cano 9, Vanessa Cano 12. Totals 16 6-14 38.
    Meade 18 19 8 13 — 58
    Satanta 10 8 7 13 — 38
    Three-point baskets — Meade 2 (Miller 2). Records — Meade 5-3, Satanta 2-6.
    BOYS
    Hodgeman County 46, Spearville 38
    JETMORE — The Longhorns didn't allow a Lancer field goal in the second quarter and outscored Spearville 14-6 in the third quarter to control the SPIAA league contest.
    Aaron Pfannenstiel scored 12 points for Hodgeman County (4-4) and William Fierro added nine in the Longhorns' victory. Kaden Stein and Nathan Stein scored 12 points apiece to lead Spearville (2-7).
    SPEARVILLE (38) — Kaden Stein 12, Nathan Stein 12, Matt Kerschen 6, Ashton Ratzlaff 2, Reegan Wright 2, Hunter Stephenson 2, Clinton Stein 2. Totals 12 12-15 38.
    HODGEMAN COUNTY (46) — Austin Pfannenstiel 12, William Fierro 9, Zach Blurton 8, Jared Borger 6, Brandon Harms 5, Zech Shiew 2, Eric Shelton 2, Blade Torline 2. Totals 16 9-18 46.
    Spearville 13 4 6 15 — 38
    Hodgeman Co. 10 9 14 13 — 46
    Three-point baskets — Spearville 2, Hodgeman County 5 (individuals not available). Records — Spearville 2-7, Hodgeman County 4-4.
    Kiowa County 64, Kinsley 34
    GREENSBURG — The Mavericks scored 20 points in the first half and held the Coyotes to 12 points after intermission in recording the victory to end a two-game losing streak.
    Rustin Ardery scored 20 points to lead Kiowa County (6-4), while Corbin VandenHoek added 16 and Caleb Davis 10 in the victory over the Mavericks.
    Nathan Frame scored 12 points to lead Kinsley (3-7), while Conner Frame added 11 in the Coyotes' loss.
    KINSLEY (34) — Conner Frame 11, Nathan Frame 12, Gustavo Chavez 4, Tyson Espinosa 2, Tyler Espinosa 5. Totals 12 1-8 34.
    KIOWA COUNTY (64) — Trever Powell 3, Caleb Davis 10, Mikal Behm 6, Rustin Ardery 23, Corbin VandenHoek 16, Damien Odle 4, Kendall Watson 2. Totals 24 7-10 64.
    Kinsley 12 10 8 4 — 34
    Kiowa Co. 20 10 16 18 — 64
    Three-point baskets — Kinsley 3 (C. Frame 1, N. Frame 1, Tyl. Espinosa 1), Kiowa County (Behm 2, Davis 1). Records — Kinsley 3-7, Kiowa County 6-4.
    Page 3 of 3 - Meade 74, Satanta 28
    SATANTA — The Buffaloes scored 30 points in the opening quarter and extended the lead to 48-16 by halftime to improve to 8-0 on the season with the Hi-Plains League victory.
    Morgan Davis scored 14 to lead the Buffaloes, while Chris Hardaway scored all 13 of his points before intermission, and Jett Little and Randy Friesen added 10 points apiece.
    Zach Freeman led Satanta (2-6) with seven points.
    MEADE (74) — Jett Little 10, Chris Hardaway 13, Corbin Vanderpool 8, Garrett Blehm 2, Dalton Wiens 2, Trevin Wiens 9, Morgan Olvera 4, Morgan Davis 14, Randy Friesen 10, Ethan Reichmann 2. Totals 31 9-16 74.
    SATANTA (28) — Trathen Stanfill 2, Abaraham Miramontes 1, James Turpin 4, Garrett Miller 6, Kyle Abernathy 2, Tristan Colantonio 5, Zach Freeman 7, Jesus Garcia 1. Totals 12 4-12 28.
    Meade 30 18 22 4 — 74
    Satanta 10 6 3 9 — 28
    Three-point baskets — Meade 3 (Hardaway 3). Records — Meade 8-0, Satanta 2-6.
    Ashland 55, Bucklin 24
    BUCKLIN — The visiting Bluejays outscored the Red Aces 15-7 in the first quarter and increased their lead to 24 by halftime.
    Grant Meininger scored 17 points to lead the Bluejays (5-5) and Kole Konraded added 12 in the victory. Trevon Herrera scored five points to lead the Aces, who remain winless after eight games.
    Ingalls 49, South Central 40
    COLDWATER — Nathan Hale scored 16 points in leading the Bulldogs to their second victory of the season, ending a two-game losing streak. Chad Myers added eight in the victory for Ingalls (2-5).
    Koy Alexander led South Central (5-4) in scoring with 21.
    INGALLS (49) — Chad Myers 8, Zeke Cox 1, Zach Batman 5, Isaac Baxa 6, Edgar Flores 2, Lamontae Heady 6, Tacy Whipple 5, Nathan Hale 16. Totals 18 11-26 49.
    SOUTH CENTRAL (40) — Taylon Harris 3, Koy Alexander 21, Tanner Ray 2, Cole Lohrding 2, James Cook 7, Nathan Brooks 4, Alec Konrade 1. Totals 13 11-22 40.
    Three-point baskets — Ingalls 2 (Myers 2), South Central 3 (Alexander 2, Cook 1). Records — Ingalls 2-5, South Central 5-4.
    Cimarron 41, Syracuse 36
    CIMARRON — The Bluejays were able to stay ahead of the Bulldogs to win their Hi-Plains League showdown.
    Christian Fischer scored 14 points for Cimarron (6-3) and Caleb Fischer added nine for the Bluejays. Barnes scored 15 points to lead Syracuse.
    SYRACUSE (36) — Jacob Barnes 15, Kyle Dupree 1, Leonel Romero 11, Tierney Clasner 9. Totals 12 8-12 36.
    CIMARRON (41) — Caleb Fischer 9, Ty Clark 2, Christian Fischer 14, Ted Boersma 4, Josh Meis 2, Stewart Fairbank 4, Alex Neuschafer 6. Totals 18 5-16 41.
    Syracuse 11 8 8 9 — 36
    Cimarron 9 11 10 11— 41
    Three-point baskets — Syracuse 4 (Barnes 3, Cashler 1). Records — Syracuse 1-7, Cimarron 6-3.

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