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Steers fall to Seminole, Buffs pull out OT win over Wolves

December 22, 2012

Big Spring's Morgan Ausbie takes a three-point shot during Friday's 66-59 home loss against Seminole.

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BIG SPRING — The Steers (5-10), lost a hard-fought battle to Seminole on Friday at Steer Gym, 66-59. Steer varsity will look to get back in action with a win at the Bridgeport Tournament, which is set to begin Friday against an opponent to be announced.


The Lady Steers are off until Thursday, when they travel to Lubbock for the Caprock Tournament. BSHS will face Tulia at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Lubbock Coronado.



FORSAN — The Buffaloes found themseleves in a dogfight with Colorado City on Friday.

Forsan — led by Dillon Bagnall with 19 points and nine rebounds; Kade Fannin, who chipped in 10 points and nine rebounds and J.T. Breyman, who added 10 points — were tied at 40 with the Wolves as regulation expired.

Eleven unanswered points in extra minutes put the Buffs over with a 51-40 win.

“They rose to Colorado City's challenge late in the game to send it into overtime,” Head Coach Gary Huckabee said. “Colorado City has a bunch of fine, young men and a great coach in Barry Kimball. We were fortunate to put the game in OT. I am very proud of these guys. They played very focused.”


FORSAN — The Lady Buffs (12-5) gave the Lady Wolves all they could handle, but when the buzzer sounded, the Lady Wolves had managed to edge Forsan 45-43.

The Lady Buffs led CHS 21-20 at the halfway mark, but were outscored by three points in the third quarter and that ended up making the difference.

Reagan Haggard led Forsan with 17 points. Behind her was Ali Knight with 13 and Brittney Hergert with eight. The Lady Buffs will meet an opponent yet to be named at the Reagan County Tournament beginning Thursday.

Garden City

GARDEN CITY — The Bearkats (8-5) hammered Veribest 74-25 Friday. Leading Garden City scorers included Corbin Davis, Juan Bustos, Dillion Koennig and Sam Miller, who put up a combined 58 points in the rout.

The Bearkats will be participating in the Grady Cotton Classic Tournament beginning Thursday.

GARDEN CITY — The Lady Kats — who have climbed to a No. 15 ranking in the Texas Girl's Coahes poll — also scored a convincing victory over Veribest on Friday, pummeling the Lady Falcons 78-11.

Garden City (13-4) was led by Holly Halfmann with 21 points and Hope Halfmann with 10 points.

The Lady Kats will resume play after the holidays at the Grady Cotton Classic Tournament on Friday. They will face Midland Trinity in the opener at 9 a.m.

Other scores:

Grady (girls) (12-4) defeated O'Donnell, 56-39. Ellyn Avery, 25 points; Charmynee Arnold, eight points; Lupita Jimenez, six points. Next vs. Lovington, N.M. At Grady Cotton Classic Tournament.

Stanton (boys) (12-3) defeated Crane, 66-44. Cole Schroyer, 21 points; Scott Smith, 21 points. Next vs. McCamey at Reagan County Tournament, Thursday at 1:30 p.m.

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