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Kiowa County Signal - Kiowa County, KS
  • Lady Aces beat Spearville in county showdown

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  • Although it is only January, the Bucklin Lady Aces have taken a huge step towards the Southern Plains-Iroquois Activities Association regular season title after beating the Spearville Lady Lancers 40-37 between the top top teams in the league. Morgan Hood scored 14 points — including nine of 10 free throws in the final quarter — and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Lady Aces to the victory, while Allyson Rudd hit three 3-pointers among her 13 points. Among the wins Bucklin has recorded before Friday night include over Ashland and Ingalls. Slattery led Spearville in scoring with 11 points. SPEARVILLE (37) — Emily Hornung-Heeke 6, Carly Schuette 5, Cody Offerle 4, Lindsey Heskamp 3, Rachel Slattery 11, Marisa Kistler 6, Doussa 2. Totals 15 7-13 37. BUCKLIN (40) — Caitlin Demoret 2, Taylor Long 2, Janae Price 8, Morgan Hood 14, Haylie Pegelow 1, Allyson Rudd 13. Totals 13 10-16 40. Spearville 6 9 8 14 — 37 Bucklin 8 12 6 14 — 40 Three-point baskets — Bucklin 4 (Rudd 3, Hood 1). Records — Spearville 5-2, Bucklin 7-1. Ingalls 58, Hodgeman Co. 33 INGALLS — The Lady Bulldogs outscored the Lady Longhorns 33-18 in the first half and allowed only four field goals in the second half to record the SPIAA home victory. Kaisha Batman scored 23 points to lead Ingalls and Rebecca Wyatt added 18 in the Lady Bulldogs' victory. Lissa Setzkorn led Hodgeman County in scoring with 11 points. HODGEMAN COUNTY (33) — Lissa Setzkorn 11, Macy Mihm 4, Jo Beth Ochs 4, Shania Liggett 5, Michelle Bradshaw 9. Totals 12 6-10 33. INGALLS (58) — Julie Andazola 5, Hope Beach 1, Kaisha Batman 23, Jordyn Cure 3, Jasmine Redick 4, Rebecca Wyatt 18, Bulma Galaviz 4. Totals 20 15-22 58. Hodgeman Co. 10 8 9 6 — 33 Ingalls 18 15 10 15 — 58 Three-point baskets — Hodgeman County 3 (Setzkorn 3), Ingalls 3 (Andazola 1, Batman 1, Cure 1). Records – Hodgeman County 1-6, Ingalls 5-2. Ashland 48, Skyline 29 ASHLAND — The Lady Bluejays outscored the Lady Thunderbirds 20-6 in the first quarter and never was challenged in recording the win. Canaan Endicott scored 16 points — including three 3-pointers — to lead Ashland in scoring, while Shelby Luerman added 11 in the Bluejays' win. Kadi Richardson led Skyline in scoring with eight points. PRATT SKYLINE (29) — Mycha Owens 4, B. Giles 2, Kamryn Stark 2, Payje Orler 2, Kadi Richardson 8, Madalyn Owens 1, Taylor DeWeese 7, Brooke Fisher 2, H. Baird 2. Totals 11 7-13 29. ASHLAND (48) — Andrea Ornelas 3, Maeghan Matson 4, Kalee Krier 8, Sloan Kay 5, Shelby Luerman 11, Lezah Fox 1, Canaan Endicott 16. Totals 15 13-28 48. Skyline 6 8 6 9 — 29 Ashland 20 9 9 10 — 48 Three-point baskets — Ashland 3 (Endicott 3). Records — Skyline 3-5, Ashland 6-2. Fowler 58, Rolla 42 FOWLER — The Lady Goldbugs outscored the Lady Pirates 14-6 in the opening quarter and scored 21 more in the third quarter on the way to recording the home win. Nikki Friesen scored 13 of her team-high 19 points in the first half for Fowler, while A. Clark scored 12 of her 14 in the second half. Hannah Heinz also scored in double figures for the Lady Goldbugs with 11. Taegan Simmons and Katie Murray scored 12 points apiece to lead Rolla. ROLLA (42) — Taegan Simmons 12, Karly Clinesmith 2, Ana Villegas 7, Katie Murray 12, Sarah Easterwood 2, Kaleigh Barrett 5, Jessica Pinkley 2. Totals 14 12-19 42. FOWLER (58) — Mallory Bergkamp 1, Ashten Clark 14, Hannah Heinz 11, Angie Estrada 2, Everly Wise 9, Nikki Friesen 19, Lexi Granados 2. totals 20 17-25 58. Rolla 6 15 10 11 — 42 Fowler 14 11 21 12 — 58 Three-point baskets — Rolla 2 (Simmons 1, Barrett 1), Fowler 1 (Wise 1). Records — Rolla 1-6, Fowler 4-3. South Central 53, Norwich 43 COLDWATER — The Lady Timberwolves gave up only four points in the final quarter to pull away and record the home win over the Lady Eagles. Michaela Jellison scored 15 points to lead the Lady Timberwolves, while Reagan Bayne and Samantha Hagins added 14 points apiece for South Central. Macy Stephens scored 21 points to lead the Lady Eagles and Bailey Poe added 12 in the loss. NORWICH (43) — Macy Stephens 21, Chandler Berry 1, Bailey Poe 12, Derian Garrison 5, Jayden Schroeder 2, Megan Kelly 2. Totals 15 9-15 43. SOUTH CENTRAL (53) — Abby Gales 2, Micaela Jellison 15, Jessica Kissel 5, Alondra Rivero 1, Reagan Bayne 14, Ashton Snyder 2, Samantha Hagins 14. Totals 22 5-13 53. Norwich 10 13 15 4 — 43 South Central 14 13 15 11 — 53 Three-point baskets — Norwich 4 (Stephens 3, Garrison 1), South Central 4 (Jellison 2, Kissel 1, Harris 1). Records — Norwich 5-2, South Central 4-4. South Gray 56, Deerfield 17 DEERFIELD — The Lady Rebels outscored the Lady Spartans 23-2 in the opening quarter and led by 23 by intermission in recording the rout on the road. Myranda Axtell scored 10 points to lead South Gray in scoring. Thirteen players scored for the Lady Rebels in the victory. Diaz led Deerfield with eight points. SOUTH GRAY (56) — Watson 7, Ardery 3, E. Wright 2, Davis 3, Whitney Wright 2, Unruh 2, Myranda Axtell 10, Dirks 9, Starkey 2, Smith 4, Titus 2, Millershaski 8, S. Axtell 2. Totals 21 11-20 56. DEERFIELD (17) — Mercedez Showers 2, Amber Tackett 2, Mayra Llamas 5, Lizzy Diaz 8. Totals 7 3-10 17. South Gray 23 11 17 5 — 56 Deerfield 2 9 6 0 — 17 Three-point baskets — South Gray 3 (Ardery 1, Davis 1, Smith 1). Records — South Gray 3-4, Deerfield 0-7. Cunningham 33, Kinsley 31 KINSLEY — The Lady Wildcats gave up only 10 points in the second half to record the victory over the Lady Coyotes, who were going for the upset bid. Kortney Ricke led Cunningham in scoring with 12 points and Mikaela Meyers added 10 in the victory. Amber Espinosa scored 16 points to lead Kinsley. CUNNINGHAM (33) — Heather Kerschen 4, Andrea Vierthaler 3, Mikaela Meyers 10, Kortney Ricke 12, Medalene Wegener 4. Totals 10 12-21 33. KINSLEY (31) — Paige Herrmann 9, Amber Espinosa 16, Scout Frame 2, Lydia Duff 2, Mariana Ordaz 2. Totals 12 6-10 31. Cunningham 5 13 5 10 — 33 Kinsley 11 10 5 5 — 31 Three-point baskets — Cunningham 1 (Kerschen 1), Kinsley 1 (Herrmann 1). Records — Cunningham 6-1, Kinsley 1-6. BOYS Spearville 67, Bucklin 16 BUCKLIN — The Royal Lancers shot 9-of-13 in the opening quarter to build a 23-4 lead after the first period and rolled over the Red Aces to claim the road victory in SPIAA action. Nathan Stein scored 15 points to lead the Lancers, while Clinton Stein added 13 and Kaden Stein 12 in the victory. Spearville outscored Bucklin 28-2 in the second quarter and shot 21-of-35 in before intermission. Draper led the winless Red Aces in scoring with five points. SPEARVILLE (67) — Luke Heskamp 5, Tasset 2, Kyler Stein 2, Nathan Stein 15, Knight 2, Hessman 2, Ashton Ratzlaff 5, Reegan Kliesen 8, Hunter Stephenson 1, Clinton Stein 13, Kaden Stein 12 28 8-11 67. BUCKLIN (16) — Lakin Pianalto 3, Christian Stimpert 2, Trey Davis 2, Collin Seacat 2, Colton Downey 2, Braden Draper 5. Totals 6 4-9 16. Spearville 23 28 13 3 — 67 Bucklin 4 2 8 2 — 16 Three-point baskets — Spearville 3 (Heskamp 1, Ratzlaff 1, C. Stein 1), Bucklin 1 (Pianalto 1). Records — Spearville 3-4, Bucklin 0-8. Ingalls 66, Hodgeman County 39 INGALLS — The Bulldogs scored 47 second half points to record the SPIAA victory over the Longhorns. Zach Batman and LaMontae Heady scored 18 points apiece to lead the Bulldogs, with Heady scoring 16 of his points in the second half. Seth Shriwise scored 11 points to lead Hodgeman County. The Longhorns made only four field goals after intermission. HODGEMAN COUNTY (39) — Tre Torez 4, Will Crabill 5, Zach Shiew 7, Seth Shriwise 11, Louis Fuqua 2, Kyle Hayes 6, Brennan Harms 4. Totals 13 11-14 39. INGALLS (66) — Zach Batman 18, LaMontae Heady 18, Kendall Dwyre 6, Isaac Baxa 5, Mike Porras 3, Dawson Sandoval 2, Branson Sandoval 8, Tacy Whipple 6. Totals 25 13-15 66. Hodgeman Co. 8 15 7 9 — 39 Ingalls 11 8 22 25 — 66 Three-point baskets — Hodgeman County 2 (Torez 1, Shriwise 1), Ingalls 5 (Dwyre 2, Porras 1, Baxa 1, Heady 1). Records — Hodgeman County 2-5, Ingalls 2-5. Kinsley 52, Cunningham 35 KINSLEY — The Coyotes scored 16 points in the second quarter and outscored the Wildcats 17-3 in the third stanza to record the win. Carey Kameron led Kinsley in scoring with 17 points — 10 in the second quarter — and Ross Frame added 13 for the Coyotes in the victory. Devin Cannon scored 17 to lead Cunningham. CUNNINGHAM (35) — Aiden Cochran 2, Timothy Patton 5, Austin Proffitt 2, Elijah McAdam 9, Devin Cannon 17. Totals 9 17-20 35. KINSLEY (52) — Carey Kameron 19, Austin Brake 2, Zach Crockett 5, Austin Boggs 2, Michael Frazier 2, Victor Ordaz 2, Tyler Espinosa 7, Ross Frame 13, Alex Villa 2. Totals 21 6-9 52. Cunningham 11 7 3 10 — 35 Kinsley 10 16 17 9 — 52 Three-point baskets — Kinsley 4 (Kameron 3, Frame 1). Records — Kinsley 2-5. Meade 63, Lakin 44 MEADE — The Buffaloes outscored the Broncs 22-7 in the third quarter to record the win in Hi-Plains League action. Jett Little scored 19 points to lead the Buffaloes in scoring while Aaron Gleason added 15 and Morgan Davis 11 in the victory. Ryder Yakel led the Broncs in scoring with 16 points. LAKIN (44) — Caleb Seeger 4, Ian Shelden 2, Jesus Reyes 2, Brandon Heinitz 6, Robert Aparicio 4, Matt Armstrong 2, Ryder Yakel 16, Javier Esquivel 5, Pancho Klassen 3. MEADE (63) — Jett Little 19, Kroth 1, Kash Larabee 3, Ryan Friesen 2, Morgan Olvera 6, Tristin Lewis 4, Morgan Davis 11, Landon Bird 2, Aaron Gleason 15. Lakin 11 11 7 15 — 44 Meade 13 12 22 16 — 63 Three-point baskets — Meade 5 (Little 2, Larabee 1, Davis 1, Gleason 1). Records — Lakin 3-5, Meade 7-1. South Gray 63, Deerfield 56 DEERFIELD — The Rebels built an eight-point lead in the first hall and never trailed in the second half on the way to the win in an old Santa Fe Trail League matchup. Carson Skidmore scored 22 points to lead the Rebels, while Tate Skinner and Mike Martens added 13 apiece and Jake Peters in the victory. Mike Mata scored 19 points and Anthony Mata added 17 to lead Deerfield in the loss. SOUTH GRAY (63) — Carson Skidmore 22, Tate Skinner 13, Gabriel Loya 2, Jake Peters 11, Peter Martens 2, Mike Martens 13. Totals 21 19-38 63. DEERFIELD (56) — Jake Tackett 3, Alex Mata 7, Mike Mata 19, Alf Melendez 6, Anthony Mata 17, Jace Bemis 4. Totals 23 7-9 56. South Gray 15 14 13 19 — 63 Deerfield 10 11 16 19 — 56 Three-point baskets — South Gray 1 (Skidmore 1), Deerfield 3 (Tackett 1, Al. Mata 1, M. Mata 1). Records — South Gray 6-1, Deerfield 3-4.
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