Area basketball: Grady, Stanton pick up wins

Grady boysLENORAH — The No. 10 Grady Wildcats easily took care of Dawson in District 8A, Division II action Wednesday. Shane Teague and Bransen Richards were big with 11 and 10 points, respectively. Dawson fell to 0-12 in district play. No.10 Grady 57, Dawson 29Dawson 8 9 10 2 - 29Grady 19 8 20 10 – 57Grady — Shane Teague 11, Branson Richards 10, Michael Kimenez 2, Brett Glaze 2, Johan Wiebe 8, Carston Russell 3, Bryley Pinkerton 16, Jacob Rodriguez 53-point field goals — Grady 5 (Teague, Russell, Rodiguez, Richards 2)Records: Grady (23-3, 10-2)Grady girlsLENORAH — The Grady girls were led by Kelly Cook and Charmynee Arnold in their win over Dawson Wednesday. Cook had a team-high 22 points, but right behind her was Arnold with 20. The Lady Wildcats got their eighth district win. Grady 64, Dawson 31Dawson 9 8 5 9 - 31Grady 13 13 23 15 – 64Grady — Cayley Oppegard 2, Kristen Blocker 2, Charley Ann Wells 1, Sarah Clay 2, Savannah Sawyer 7, Charmynee Arnold 20, Julia Schuelke 4, Katie Meeks 4, Kelly Cook 22.3-point field goals — Grady 0Records: Grady (16-7, 8-4)Stanton boysPOST — The Stanton Buffaloes continue to be the team to beat in District 3-2A with an 11-point win in Post. Tyler Fulton had 19 points and Grayson Gray chipped in 13 as the Buffs got their 20th win of the season. Stanton outscored Post in every quarter except the first, which was an 11-8 advantage for the Antelopes.Stanton 53, Post 42Stanton 8 15 12 18 - 53Post 11 12 11 8 – 42Stanton — Tyler Fulton 19, Ryan Brabtley 2, Jorge Reyna 4, Andreas Chavez 4, Nate Koonce 2, Thomas Ramos 2, Blake Evans 6, Grayson Gray 13Records: Stanton (20-3, 8-2)