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High School Sports

December 4, 2008

Comanche teams win big, V-A loses both games

area high school basketball roundup

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Healdton boys 37, V-A 36

VELMA — Healdton Bulldogs beat Velma-Alma Comets 37-36. Trenten Files had eight points and Zach Morse had seven.

V-A (0-1) was up 10-5 after the first quarter but gave up 14 points in the second quarter while scoring only three. The Comets outscored the Bulldogs 23-18 in the second half but came up just short in their first game of the year. V-A had a chance to win the game but missed the last shot of the night.

Healdton 49 girls, V-A 37

VELMA — The Healdton Lady Bulldogs knocked off the Lady Comets 49-37 Tuesday night.

For V-A, Shelby Hays had 13 points, Kaitlyn Anderson added seven and Taylor Alexander and Micah Thompson each added five points. V-A is now 0-1 and will host Rush Springs Friday.

Bray-Doyle girls 44, Wilson 33

BRAY -— The Bray-Doyle Lady Donkeys rebounded from a sub-par first half to knock off the visiting Wilson Lady Eagles 44-33.

“For the most part, our shots weren’t dropping and we let our defensive intensity get away,” Bray-Doyle head coach Jaicee Powers said. “In the second half, we played a lot harder. Our shots still didn’t fall but our defensive intensity picked up.”

The Lady Donkeys overcame 16 missed free throws to pick up the win. Kendra Balthrop scored 17 points and Sarah Justus added 12 for Bray-Doyle, which improved to 3-1. The team will be back in action at 1:30 p.m. Saturday when it travels to Apache.

Central High girls 40,

Sterling 36

CENTRAL HIGH — Morgan Hood scored 15 points to lead the Lady Bronchos to a 40-36 win over Sterling. Central High fell behind 14-6 after the first quarter of play but rebounded to take the lead by the half and hold on for the win in the back-and-forth affair.

Klaleigh Jung scored 8 points and Nicole Repp added seven in the win. Central High will host Ninnekah on Friday night.

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