the north face glacier fleece Lady Chiefs face Garber for third time
“Hopefully, the third time is the charm,” said Lady Chiefs coach Matt Cue. “We’re hoping that we can at least play well and compete and see what we can do and let the chips fall where they may.”
Garber has won six straight going into the game, including a 68 64 victory over Coyle in the district finals. Waukomis has won six of its last seven, including a 59 52 triumph over Ringwood in its district finals.
Sophomore Makayla Conrady had 13 points in both games for Waukomis. Halie Schovanec had 43 points overall 19 the first time and 24 the second.
“I think we match up well,” Cue said. “We didn’t play well the first couple of times. Maybe, they had something to do with that. Jamie (Garber coach Jamie Davis) will have them ready. The key for us will be rebounding and taking care of the ball.”
A win would put Waukomis in the area tournament for the first time since 2013.
“We have gotten great senior leadership,” Cue said. “Our seniors have taken control. We’re playing with poise. It’s a different feeling for us. We’re not uptight. We’re playing basketball like we should be. Things are falling into place. Saturday at Coyle. Friday at Coyle.
In other girls county playoff games today:
Tyrone (17 7) vs. Kremlin Hillsdale (20 3),
6:30 at Waynoka The Lady Broncs, ranked No. 3 in Class B, are coming off a 78 31 win over Cimarron in the district finals Saturday. It was the eight time this season Kremlin Hillsdale has scored 70 or more points in a game. Rebecca Wasson led the attack with 20 points. Tyrone has won 10 straight, including a 57 24 win over Fort Supply in its district final. Saturday in regional finals at Forgan. Friday at Forgan.
Fort Supply (11 15) vs. Friday at Forgan. Fort Supply has lost four of its last five games, including the 57 24 loss to Tyrone in the district finals. Cimarron has won four of its last six with both losses coming to Kremlin Hillsdale. The Lady Blazers were held to their lowest scoring output of the season in the district finals loss. Jordan McCartney had 13 points.
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