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Tuesday Hoop Scoreboard

Manuel Chavez led four Indians in double figures as Wichita County rolled to a 68-34 win over Sublette on Tuesday in Leoti.

Kayde Rietzke and Kendrix Lox each scored 12 points, and Gabe Hernandez added 11 for the Indians, who held a 19-9 lead after the first eight minutes, and increased their edge to 38-15 at halftime. Wichita County improved to 4-3 on the season, while the Larks fell to 2-7.

In other boys basketball action from Tuesday:

Class 1A No. 8 Meade 48, Southwestern Heights 35

Andrew Martin scored 16 points, including five during a key fourth-quarter run, that lifted the Buffaloes past Southwestern Heights at Kismet on Tuesday.

The Mustangs (2-5) took an 11-7 lead after the first eight minutes, but Meade (7-1) used a 17-9 second quarter to take a 24-20 lead into the halftime break.

Southwestern Heights pulled back to within three, 29-26, before Martin and the Buffaloes outscored the Mustangs, 19-9, to pull away for the win.

Bryant Olvera scored 13 points to pace Southwestern Heights.

Other Tuesday HS Boys Basketball Scores:

Syracuse 66, Moscow 28

Colby 53, Goodland 38

Scott Community 67, Ulysses 56

Hugoton 74, Holcomb 55

Lakin 71, Cimarron 54

Deerfield 70, Elkhart 59

Walsh CO 63, Stanton County 58

Liberal 52, Garden City 46

Greeley County 74, Wallace County 46

Weskan 55, St. Francis 44

Rolla at Balko OK

Tuesday's HS Girls Basketball Scores:

Syracuse 53, Moscow 12

Colby 39, Goodland 18

Sublette 46, Wichita County 24

Scott Community 46, Ulysses 18

Hugoton 46, Holcomb 42

Cimarron 57, Lakin 41

Elkhart 56, Deerfield 17

Stanton County 61, Walsh CO 27

Meade at SWH

Liberal 52, Garden City 15

Wallace County 62, Greeley County 44

St. Francis at Weskan

Rolla at Balko OK

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