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Girls BB - Colby topples SCHS

Updated: Jan 12, 2020

In a battle of two Top 10 girls basketball teams, who look to battle it out for the rest of the season in the Great West Activities Conference, the Colby Eagles managed to soar in Scott City, although the host Beavers nearly rained on their parade.

Brynn McCormick scored a career-high 31 points for Scott Community, but it wasn't enough to bring her teal all the way back, as Class 3A No. 7 Colby held on for a 52-49 win at the Scott Community Events Center.

McCormick made seven three-pointers to buoy No. 3 Scott Community (6-1), and the Beavers held the Eagles (8-0) to just one field goal in the fourth quarter, however a turnover on the game's final play sealed the win for the visitors.

Jill Stephens paced the Eagles with 15 points, while Brittany Foss added 13 and Hollie Vaughn chipped in with 11 points. Colby out-rebounded Scott Community, 31-19, and converted on 12-of-18 foul shots for the game, while the Beavers were limited to just five free throws, making four of them - all of which were taken by McCormick.

In other action throughout Southwestern Kansas:

Hugoton 65, Goodland 46

Freshman Mikyn Hamlin scored a game-high 29 points to lead the Lady Eagles to their 19th consecutive win over Goodland in Friday's road contest.

Fellow freshman Gianna Vos added 14 points for the Eagles (3-3). Taighe Weeker scored a team-high 23 points to pace the Cowgirls, who fell to 3-4 on the season.

Garden City 52, Great Bend 31

The Buffaloes jumped out to a early edge, expanded on it during a dominant second quarter, and cruised to a Western Athletic Conference win over Great Bend.

Garden City (5-2) sealed the win with a solid performance from the foul line, converting 19-of-24 attempts from the charity stripe. The Buffaloes used a 13-2 second quarter scoring edge to hold a 29-11 lead at the halftime break.

Keyhana Turner had 13 points, while Symone Summers added 12 for Garden City, who will next play on Tuesday at Liberal.

Hoxie 60, Greeley County 40

Addie Campbell scored a game-high 24 points to help the Indians pick up a road win in Tribune on Friday night. Hoxie moves to 7-1 on the season, while Greeley County falls to 4-4. Lauren Crotinger scored 16 points to lead the Jackrabbits.

Rawlins County 61, Wallace County 50

Kristen Beckman led three Buffaloes in double figures with 16 points as Rawlins County picked up a win over Wallace County in Atwood on Friday night.

Abby Signate added 13 points, and Sadie Seramic 10 for the Buffaloes in the victory.

Wallace County (3-4) also had three players in double figures. Lakyn Perry scored a game-high 18 points, while Hailey Hennig added 14 and Jessie Carmen 10 for the Wildcats.

Dodge City 56, Cimarron 22

The Lady Demons used a 24-1 run to seize control of the game and ground the Lady Jays on Friday at United Wireless Arena.

Chidera Okoro led four players in double figures with 13 points. Lauren Gleason and Kisa Unruh added 13 points and Camree Johnson added 10 for Dodge City (6-2). Dodge City shot a solid 20-of-42 from the field (47.6 percent), and drew 17 assists on their 20 field goals.

Clara Bartlett scored eight points to lead Cimarron (5-3), who was held to just 2-of-17 shooting from the floor in the first half (11.8 percent), and to just 24 percent shooting for the game.

Other games - Friday:

Syracuse 49, Meade 45

Elkhart 46, Sublette 25

Lakin at Larned

Granada CO 55, Deerfield 5

Class 1A No. 6 South Gray 52, Class 2A No. 7 Stanton County 28

Holcomb 39, Ulysses 29

Weskan at Palco

Rolla at Fowler

Saturday's Games:

Liberal 53, Hays 29

Wallace County 36, Weskan 32

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