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January 22, 2013

GC Hoops: Cayuga holds off Kerens boys 65-58

LadyCats perfect in district play at 6-0

(Continued)

BETHEL —

The Wildcats cruised for three quarters, making the contest against the ninth-ranked Bobcats look like it wouldn’t be much of a contest.

The Wildcats scored 18 points in the first quarter, almost equaling the 19 points that Kerens scored in the first half.

The Wildcats held a 17-point advantage at the half, an edge that they held on to throughout the third quarter.

Preston Anderson led Cayuga with 25 points, despite an off-night shooting. Anderson shot a respectable 50 percent from two-point range, but was 3-of-10 from behind the arc.

He finished with seven rebounds and five blocks.

Despite foul trouble — he fouled out late in the fourth quarter — Shofner finished with 19 points and six rebounds. Chandler Rigdon had nine points for Cayuga.

Betts had 25 to lead Kerens, and also finished with a game-high 15 rebound, while Thomas had 15 and nine rebounds. Townsel added seven.

Cayuga (18-6, 4-0) travels to Dawson Friday to end the first round of district play.

Cayuga 65, Kerens 58

Kerens     10     9    16    23 — 58

Cayuga     18   18    16   13 — 65

Kerens — Tobyus Thomas 15, Kevin Townsel 7, Demetris Sayles 3, Nate Betts 25, Daedrion Tolliver 4, Taylon Modester 4.

Cayuga — D.Jackson 4, C. Rigdon 11, K. Jackson 2, W. Rigdon 6, Shofner

19, Anderson 23

Records — Kerens 14-6, 3-1 in 18-1A DI; Cayuga 18-6, 4-0.

H.S. GIRLS BASKETBALL

Kerens 63, CAYUGA 40

The state-ranked Kerens girls’ basketball team held Cayuga to four points in the third quarter, turning what had been a close game into a blowout.

After cutting Kerens advantage to only eight heading into halftime, the Ladycats managed only two field goals in the third en route to a 63-40 loss.

The win keeps Kerens perfect in district play at 6-0, while it drops Cayuga to an even 3-3.

Breanna Wells led all scorers with 19 points for Kerens, while Cambree Betts had 13 and Marqueshia Kelly had 10.

Madison Spears was the lone Cayuga player in double-figures with 10. Kylee Cross added eight and Madyson Gunnels six in the loss.

Kerens 63, Cayuga 40

Kerens   13   18   16  16 — 63

Cayuga   13   10    4   13 — 40

Kerens — Cambree Betts 13, Marqueshia Kelly 10, Kiara Lindsey 5, Taylor Ames 11, Breanna Wells 19, Tanesha Tolliver 4.

Cayuga — Spears 12, Luce 2, Cross 8, Griffey 4, Knox 1, Anderson 6, Gunnells 7.

Records — Kerens 21-4, 6-0 in 18-1A DI; Cayuga 14-10, 3-3.

 

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