Cubs win, other schools fall short

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January 21, 2015 - 12:00 AM

PLEASANTON — On the second night of the Pleasanton Tournament, Humboldt High’s boys plastered Central Heights 81-53 to improve to 2-0 in tournament play.
The Cubs won the first quarter 24-15, third quarter 28-12 and fourth quarter 12-6. They only lost 20-17 in the second quarter.
The Cubs had four players scored double-digits. Ethan Bartlett led the team with 19 points. Rhett Smith followed with 17, Justin Meins posted 14 and Kason Siemens added 13.
Meins led the team with seven rebounds and Siemens dished out a team high eight assists. Jake Haviland scored eight points, Markiz Pulliam put up six and Jacob Carpenter scored a couple of baskets.
The Cubs shot well from beyond the arc, hitting 7-11 3-pointers. Smith led the team, making 3-4.
Humboldt leads the Pool A division.
The Cubs will play the winner of Pleasanton vs. Uniontown on Friday at 8 p.m.

HUMBOLDT’S LADY Cubs fell to Central Heights 49-46. Coach Aubrey Jones said the team started off slowly in the first half and trailed by 14 points.
“I couldn’t be more pleased with their second- half effort,” Jones said. “Unfortunately, the first half had already done its damage. Makaylah McCall played a great game for us in the second half. She was a huge spark and looked to score.”
McCall led the team with 14 points, while Lakota Wilson scored 13. Brook Turner followed with eight points and Breanna Kline added six. Annalise Whitcomb scored four and Tilar Wells scored a free throw.
Because the Lady Cubs are 1-1 in the tournament, they will have to wait and see who wins between Altoona-Midway vs. Central Heights on Thursday. The winner will determine if the Lady Cubs play for third place or first Friday.

BOTH THE boys and girls from Marmaton Valley fell to Uniontown Tuesday. The boys lost 54-51. The girls lost 40-36.
The Wildcat girls were up 30-15 after three quarters. But, Madison stormed back in the fourth by outscoring Marmaton Valley, 25-6.
Freshman Makayla Brooks led the Wildcat girls with 11 points. Mackenzie Tynon followed with 10, Misty Storrer scored seven and Kyla Drake had six. Brooklyn Newman chipped in with two.
Shalina Harper scored 18 to lead Uniontown, 14 coming in the fourth quarter.

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