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3A Cimarron - Davis' 21, 3rd Qtr. run leads Broncs to win
Hunter Davis scored 21 points, and Lakin High School boys basketball used a 17-0 run in the third quarter to pull away for a 75-55 win over Goodland in the Class 3A Cimarron Sub-State Opening Round game in Lakin on Monday.
Servando Gonzalez added 20 points for the Class 3A No. 8 Broncs (17-4), who are the top seed in the Sub-State. Lakin will face Holcomb in the semifinals on Thursday at Cimarron.
Henry Cole had a game-high 26 points for the Cowboys, who end their season at 3-18, while Brennan Brumbaugh added 11.
In other finals from the Sub-State:
Holcomb 74, Scott Community 51
Jackson Stoppell led three Longhorns in double figures with 26 points as Holcomb ended Scott Community's season on Monday in Holcomb.
Zephyn Mason added 22 points for the Longhorns (13-8), who will face top-seeded Lakin on Thursday in the semifinals. Cooper Autry tossed in 15 points for Holcomb, who used a 19-8 first-quarter edge and a 22-10 scoring edge in the second eight minutes to take a 41-18 lead into the halftime break.
Jackson Lewis led the Beavers (10-11) with 14 points, while Hunter Yager added 12 and Parker Gooden 10 for Scott Community.
Colby 71, Southwestern Heights 54
Calvin Stapp and Ryan Myers scored 19 points apiece to lead four Eagles in double figures as Colby advanced to the Sub-State semifinals with a win over the Mustangs on Monday.
Peyton Wahlmeier added 15 points, while Jadan Siruta added 10 for Colby (14-7), who will face Hugoton in the semifinals on Thursday.
Southwestern Heights has their season come to an end with an 8-13 record.
Hugoton 74, Cimarron 55
The Eagles overcame a slow start and used a 16-7 third-quarter scoring edge to take control of the game and turn away the upset-minded Bluejays on Monday in Hugoton.
Hugoton (17-4), who trailed by an 18-14 margin at the end of the first quarter, but led by just three points at halftime, 34-31, had six players score in double figures. Wyatt Angell led the way with 14 points, Jayce Korf added 12, Sawyer Harper and Hadan Daharsh contributed 11 points each, while Ivan Valles and Cade Mecklenberg chipped in with 10 points apiece.
Cimarron (6-15) was led by Braxton Harrison, who scored 16 of his 18 points in the first half. Andrew Ridenour and Nick Pfeifer added 16 points each for the Bluejays.
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