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Junior high girls remain unbeaten; season concludes Thursday PDF Print E-mail

By Jan Schultz
The Imperial Republican

Chase County’s junior high girls’ basketball team continues an unblemished record this season after picking up wins over Perkins County and Dundy County the past week.
The Shorthorn girls are on track to finish the season without a loss with just one game left on the schedule today (Thursday) in a rematch against Perkins County in Madrid.
Here’s a recap of last week’s contests.
Dundy County games
The Shorthorn A, B and C girls’ teams defeated Dundy County in games played in Imperial Saturday morning.
Chase County’s A team took a 26-15 win after dominating the first half.
Scoring for the Shorthorns were Paige Spady 7, Bridget Langin 6, Aubrey Fisher 5, Alyssa Fisher 4, Anna Bauerle 2, Kristen Jussel 1 and Emma Engbrecht 1.
Points by quarters:
Chase County A    5 8 2 11—26
Dundy County A    3 2 2   8—15
Chase County’s B team outscored Dundy County 14-4 in the second half to win big, 19-6.
Chase County scorers were Emma Bauerle 7, Makenna Wallin 5, Abbi Vetter 4, Makenna Ketter 2 and Valeria Cervantes 1.
Also playing were Mallory Coleman, Mindy Castle, Kaycee Bubak, Blair Hartman and Kelsey Wood.
Points by quarters:
Chase County B    3 2 7 7—19
Dundy County B    0 2 2 2—  6
In the C game, the Shorthorns also took the win, 27-10.
Putting up points for Chase County were Mindy Castle 10, Makala Bartels 6, Abbi Vetter 3, Naomi Harmon 2, Makenna Ketter 2, Blair Hartman 2 and Valeria Cervantes 2.
Also seeing action were Mallory Coleman, Janessa Haarberg, Kelsey Wood and Jessica Hartman.
Points by quarters:
Chase County C    4 8 4 11—27
Dundy County C    2 0 6   2—10
Perkins County games
On Jan. 20, all three Shorthorn girls’ teams defeated Perkins County in games played in Imperial.
Chase County dominated in the A game, winning 36-4. Perkins County was held scoreless in three of the four quarters.
Scoring for Chase County were Paige Spady 12, Aubrey Fisher 8, Alyssa Fisher 8, Bridget Langin 4, Kristen Jussel 2 and Emma Engbrecht 2.
Also seeing action in the game were Makenna Wallin, Kaycee Bubak, Emma Bauerle and Anna Bauerle.
Points by quarters:
Chase County A    6 10 8 12—36
Perkins County A    0   4 0   0—  4
It was also a dominating win for Chase County in the girls’ B game, 27-4. Perkins County did not score in the second half.
Putting points up on the board for Chase County were Emma Bauerle 8, Makenna Wallin 6, Kaycee Bubak 5, Makenna Ketter 2, Abbi Vetter 2, Blair Hartman 2 and Valeria Cervantes 2.
Also playing in the B game were Mallory Coleman, Mindy Castle and Kelsey Wood.
Points by quarters:
Chase County B    8 4 9 6—27
Perkins County B    2 2 0 0—  4
Perkins County was held to just four points in the C game, as well, as the Shorthorns picked up their third win of the day, 21-4.
Point-getters for the Shorthorns included Naomi Harmon 4, Mindy Castle 4, Kelsey Wood 3, Mallory Coleman 2, Makala Bartels 2, Abbi Vetter 2, Blair Hartman 2 and Valeria Cervantes 2.
Also playing were Janessa Haarberg, Makenna Ketter and Jessica Hartman.
Points by quarters:
Chase County C    5 0 8 8—21
Perkins County C    0 2 0 2—  4
Season finale moved up a week
The girls’ teams will conclude their season today (Thursday) when they travel to face Perkins County for games. The games will be played in Madrid, starting at 4 p.m.
The games with Perkins County had originally been scheduled for next Thursday, Feb. 4.

 

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