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Girls BB - Colby stays unbeaten in Top 10 clash at Hoxie

Hallie Vaughn scored 16 points to lead three Lady Eagles in double figures as Class 3A No. 9 Colby picked up a 52-26 road win at Class 2A No. 8 Hoxie on Tuesday.

Vaughn, Brooklyn Jones (15 points) and Jill Stephens (12) combined score all but nine of the points for Colby, who moved to 7-0 on the season. The Lady Eagles used a strong defensive effort to take a 26-10 halftime lead.

Addy Campbell scored seven points to lead Hoxie.

In other games on Tuesday night:

Class 6A No. 9 Dodge City 87, Ulysses 31

Kisa Unruh struggled from the floor in her first game following the holiday break on Friday night, a loss at McPherson. Tuesday night at the DCHS Fieldhouse, she shot like she was very much at home.

Unruh scored 27 points, spearheading a 63 percent shooting night for the Red Demons (5-2), as four Dodge City players scored in double figures in a rout of Ulysses on Tuesday.

Unruh shot 10-of-19 from the field, including seven three-pointers, and added four assists to her total. Dodge, in fact, collected 23 assists for the game on 34 made field goals.

Camree Johnson added 15 points, while both Lauren Gleason and Alisia Astorga Solis scored 10 each for Dodge City.

Ulysses (1-5), who was forced into 29 turnovers, was paced by Hayden Riley's 10 points.

Cimarron 49, Holcomb 39

In a tough defensive battle, McKayla Miller scored 13 points to lead the Lady Bluejays to a road win at Holcomb.

Cimarron (6-2) held the Lady 'Horns in check throughout the night, limiting Holcomb (1-4) to just 12 first-half points. Cimarron held a 21-12 lead at the half, and kept a nine-point edge for much of the game.

Cimarron will next play Class 6A No. 9 Dodge City on Friday at United Wireless Arena in Dodge City.

Class 3A No. 3 Scott Community 54, Goodland 48

In the first game in the new Scott Community Events Center, the Lady Beavers used a 12-2 run to seize control of the game early, and withstood a late Cowgirl charge to stay unbeaten.

With the win, Scott Community (6-0) moved out to its best start since the 1994-95 season, while Goodland fell to 3-2 with the setback.

That early 12-2 run allowed the Beavers to take a 16-6 edge after the end of the first eight minutes. The Cowgirls would fall behind by as many as 13 points, but used seven three-pointers - four of which were in the fourth quarter - to pull within three points in the waning moments.

Scott Community was led by Lyndi Rumford's 18 points. Taigle Weeker also had 18 points for Goodland, while Taleya Weeker added 12 points for the Cowgirls, all of which she scored in the second half.

The Beavers host No. 9 Colby in a key GWAC battle in Top 10 action on Friday, while Goodland will play host to Hugoton.

Other finals: Syracuse 43, Class 2A No. 7 Stanton County 38

Satanta 50, Deerfield 3

Montezuma-South Gray 60, Sublette 24

Meade 41, Hodgeman County 40

BOise City OK 42, Rolla 28

Fowler at Moscow

Weskan at Wichita County

Wallace County at Rawlins County

Rolla at Yarbrough OK

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