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Garden City, Sands, Stanton continue playoff runs today

March 2, 2011

Photo Courtesy of James Schwartz — Aaron Long and the Garden City Bearkats hope to upset No. 10 Ira today in regional quarterfinal action.

Garden City
The Garden City Bearkats simply haven’t been tested yet in the boys’ Class A Division II playoffs, but they might see a challenge today against No.10 Ira in the regional quarterfinal matchup.
Garden City and Ira — two schools familiar with each other — face off at 6 p.m. today at Post High School in Post. Garden City beat Hermleigh 72-36 in the bi-district round and Dell City 72-42 in the area round. Ira had a bye in the bi-district round, but beat Valentine 70-35 in the area round. The winner of this one faces the winner of the Baird-Lipan regional quarterfinal.

Sands
No. 8 Sands has already had its fair share of upsets this season, with the two wins over Grady it took to wrap up a district championship.
Now comes possibly the biggest test of the season: No. 3 Paducah. Sands head coach Billy Grumbles said the Dragons are athletic, have size and more importantly, are battled-tested. Paducah’s faced some tough teams this season. The Mustangs will have their hands full, but players such as Bert Ybarra and Blake Thomasson are hoping to pull off the upset. Tip-off is at 6 p.m. today at Merkel High School in Merkel.

Stanton
Coming off a thrilling 49-47 win over No. 18 Bushland in the area round, the Stanton Buffaloes face Muleshoe at 6 p.m. today at the Rip Griffin Center in Lubbock.
Tyler Fulton, Trace Sidle and Grayson Gray have just been a few names leading the way for the Buffs. Muleshoe has had some impressive wins in the playoffs so far with a 69-35 win over Spearman in thew bi-district round and a 61-46 win over Colorado City, which is in Stanton’s district. The winner of today’s game gets either No. 3 Wall or No. 10 Eastland.

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