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Kiowa County Signal - Kiowa County, KS
  • Lady Lancers double-up Minneola

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  • The Spearville Lady Lancers allowed only two field goals in the first quarter and led 34-10 at halftime on the way to the 57-28 road victory over the Minneola Lady Wildcats in Southern Plains-Iroquois Activities Association action. Marisa Kistler scored 12 points, while Rachel Slattery, Lindsey Heskamp and Carly Schuette added nine apiece in the win for Spearville (5-1). Kristen Schneweis led Minneola (0-5) with 11 points. SPEARVILLE (57) — Chesna Ratzlaff 2, T. Craft 7, Emily Hornung-Heeke 2, Carly Schuette 9, Cody Offerle 7, Lindsey Heskamp 9, Rachel Slattery 9, Marisa Kistler 12. Totals 21 11-15 57. MINNEOLA (28) — Shaley Shumate 1, Michaela Strecker 2, Natalie Stewart 4, Sarah Wilczek 4, Kristen Schneweis 11, Taylor Pfaff 2, Fallon Haynes 4. Totals 8 12-22 28. Spearville 11 23 6 17 — 57 Minneola 4 6 13 5 — 28 Three-point baskets — Spearville 4 (Craft 1, Schuette 1, Heskamp 1, Kistler 1). Records — Spearville 5-1, Minneola 0-5. Cimarron 76, Elkhart 33 CIMARRON — The Lady Bluejays outscored Elkhart 44-22 in the first half and outscored the Lady Wildcats 23-6 in the third quarter. Four players scored in double figures for the Lady Bluejays (6-0): Ashtynn Burns scored 18, Morgan Ediger 13, and Rebecca Dupree and Kari Blattner 10 apiece. Sydney Dougherty scored nine to lead Elkhart (1-4). ELKHART (33) — Yessenia Villa 4, Kaitlin McCabe 6, Shanie Howe 5, Sydney Dougherty 9, Brynn Grieshaber 8, Keyah Richardson 1. Totals 13 6-11 33. CIMARRON (76) — Rebecca Dupree 10, Ashtynn Burns 18, Makenzy Meis 2, Kari Blattner 10, Konner Moler 5, Hailee Hoskinson 6, Morgan Ediger 13, Sandra Corrales 2, Korina Bailon 6, Ana Bailon 4. Totals 30 9-16 76. Elkhart 10 12 6 5 — 33 Cimarron 20 24 23 9 — 76 Three-point baskets — Elkhart 1 (Howe 1), Cimarron 7 (Dupree 2, Blattner 2, Burns 1, Moler 1, Ediger 1). Records — Elkhart 1-4, Cimarron 6-0. Fowler 55, Pratt Skyline 44 FOWLER — The Lady Goldbugs was able to build a nine-point lead after the opening quarter and extended it to as much as 14 in recording the victory over the Thunderbirds. Nikki Friesen scored 25 points — 15 in the first half — to lead the Lady Goldbugs (4-2) and Ashten Clark added 11 in the victory. Brooke Fisher scored 14 points to lead the Lady Thunderbirds (2-4). PRATT SKYLINE (44) — Mycha Owens 4, Betsy Giles 2, Timm 2, Orler 6, Kadi Richardson 8, Taylor DeWeese 8, Brooke Fisher 14. Totals 17 7-14 44. FOWLER (55) — Mallory Bergkamp 5, Ashten Clark 11, Brittany McDowell 6, Hannah Heinz 8, Nikki Friesen 25. Totals 24 6-16 55. Skyline 10 11 10 13 — 44 Fowler 19 12 14 10 — 55 Three-point baskets — Skyline 3 (Fisher 3), Fowler 1 (Bergkamp 1). Records Pratt Skyline 2-4, Fowler 4-2. Ness City 61, Kinsley 56 KINSLEY — The Lady Eagles led by one at halftime, but outscored the Lady Coyotes 14-6 to control the game in the Central Prairie League contest. Amber Espinosa scored 26 points to lead Kinsley in scoring, while Clarissa Holguin added 13 — nine in the first half — for the Coyotes (1-4). Jessie Rubbottom scored 26 — 10 points in the final quarter — to lead Ness City (1-2) and Jaycie Richardson added 11 in the win. NESS CITY (61) — Jaycie Richardson 11, Makenzie Fritts 6, Alexis Clarke 4, Cailin Foos 9, Jessie Rubbottom 26, Tristan McVicker 5. Totals 20 18-28 61. KINSLEY (56) — Amber Espinosa 26, Scout Frame 4, Alex Herrman 11, Kate Gleason 3, Clarissa Holguin 13. Totals 22 10-18 56. Ness City 23 10 14 14 — 61 Kinsley 19 13 6 18 — 56 Three-point baskets — Ness City 3 (Rubbottom 2, Richardson 1), Kinsley 2 (Herrman 2). Records — Ness City 1-2, Kinsley 1-4. Late Thursday Bucklin 60, Western Plains 23 CLAFLIN — The Lady Aces outscored the Lady Oilers 21-7 after one quarter and 44-13 at intermission in recording the road win. Morgan Hood scored 23 points on 10-of-17 shooting for the Lady Aces (5-1) and Caitlin Demoret added 12 in the victory. Western Plains is 0-3 on the season. BOYS Fowler 55, Pratt Skyline 20 FOWLER — The Goldbugs gave up only six field goals in recording the rout over the visiting Thunderbirds. Fowler led 31-9 at halftime. Taylin Bird scored 23 points (including four 3-pointers) and Ty Clark added 17 for the Goldbugs (6-0) in the victory. Griffin led Skyline with five points. PRATT SKYLINE (20) — Griffin 5, Little 2, Abbott 2, Weber 3, Shriver 4, McComb 2, Holter 2. Totals 6 7-12 20. FOWLER (55) — Luke Huelskamp 2, Taylin Bird 23, Tate Shumard 7, Dylan Duesing 5, Ty Clark 17, Miguel Cortes 1. Totals 15 20-25 55. Skyline 4 5 2 9 — 20 Fowler 19 12 14 9 — 55 Three-point baskets — Skyline 1 (Griffin 1), Fowler 5 (Bird 4, Shumard 1). Records — Skyline 1-5, Fowler 6-0. Cimarron 65, Elkhart 56 CIMARRON — The Bluejays slowly extended their lead in the first three quarters on the way to the Hi-Plains League victory over the Wildcats. Ty Clark scored 25 points and Caleb Fischer added 13 to lead the Bluejays (5-1). Gomez scored 15 to lead Elkhart (2-3) and Izzy Barco added 14. ELKHART (56) — Carter 4, Izzy Barco 14, Alex Gomez 15, Harn 12, Higgins 8, Witchy 3. Totals 21 10-17 56. CIMARRON (65) — Pfeifer 2, Caleb Fischer 13, Stanley 8, Toothaker 2, Ty Clark 25, Seth Pachner 8, Ast 4, Franzitta 3. Totals 26 13-22 65. Elkhart 12 15 9 20 — 56 Cimarron 14 18 13 20 — 65 Three-point baskets — Elkhart 4 (Barcio 2, Gomez 1, Harn 1). Records — Elkhart 2-3, Cimarron 5-1. Late Thursday Western Plains 63, Bucklin 32 CLAFLIN — The Oilers outscored the Red Aces 29-8 in the opening quarter in recording the home win. Christian Stimpert led Bucklin (0-6) with eight points. Western Plains improved to 3-2 on the season.
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