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Girls BB - Greeley County's big run nets first win
Sometimes, it takes a big run to separate one team from another in the game of basketball. Rarely, though, does the run last as long as the Greeley County girls basketball squad put together on Tuesday in their first game at the 2019 Border Wars at Syracuse.
The Lady Jackrabbits used a 25-6 run that extended over a quarter and a half, and used that to pull away to a 56-29 win over Eads, Colo. at Barney Akers Gymnasium.
Three Lady Jackrabbits (1-1) ended the contest in double-figure scoring - Grace Whitham scored a team-high 11, while Lauren Crotinger and Kamryn Youmans added 10 points apiece for Greeley County.
The Lady Eagles (1-1) stayed close early, tying the game for what turned out to be the final time at 13-13 late in the second quarter. Greeley County followed with a 14-2 run to end the first half, then extended the run by scoring 11 of the next 15 points to take control of the contest.
Kaycee Ellenberger led all scores with 13 points for Eads.
In other games on Monday and Tuesday:
at Barney Akers Gymnasium
McClave CO 45, Elkhart 34
Anna Beckett scored 14 of her game-high 18 points in the second half as the Lady Cardinals extended their record to 2-0 with a win over the Lady Wildcats.
McClave outscored Elkhart, 30-18, in the second half to take control of the game. Elkhart (1-1) held a 16-15 lead at halftime.
Chevelle Ralstin paced Elkhart with seven points, while three players added six points each - Kamry Richardson, Jenni Forbes and Carrie Runkle.
Katie Roesch added nine points, while Maggie Chase chipped in with seven points for the Lady Cardinals.
Scores from Herndon Gym: Stanton County 57, Walsh 19
Syracuse 48, Granada 14
Black and Gold Tournament at Fowler
Rolla 43, Deerfield 9
Ingalls 68, Moscow 11
Amos Morris Tournament at Russell
Beloit-St. Johns 50, Ulysses 31
Bluejay Invitational at Cimarron
South Gray 62, Cimarron 38 (Monday)
Sublette 44, Minneloa 34 (Monday)
Meade 31, Southwestern Heights 22
Sagebrush Shootout at Brewster
Wallace County 57, Wichita County 35
Dodge City 62, Newton 14
Forgan 51, Southwestern Heights 11 (Monday)
Guymon OK 60, Garden City 50
Liberal 59, Hugoton 42
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