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ANTON INVITATIONAL RUNNER-UPS

Sudan Nettes’

By DEREK LOPEZ
The Sudan Nettes’ varsity basketball team fell short in the championship game of the Anton Invitational on Saturday against Patton Springs, 43-39.
The Nettes finished the tournament 2-1, with wins over Floydada in the first round and Smyer in the second round.
In the first quarter, Campos was fouled on an attempt by Payton Tolbert; she split the free throws, giving the Lady Rangers a, 1-0 lead.
Sydnie Miller was fouled on an attempt by Campos with 4:30 to play in the first quarter. She split the attempts, tying the game for the Nettes, 1-1.
Patton Springs took a time out with just over four minutes to play in the quarter and out of the break, Tolbert was fouled on an attempt by Jones. She split the free throws and Brianna Wallace got the offensive rebound.
Tolbert was fouled again on a shot attempt by Jones; this time she converted both free throws, making the score, 4-1, with 3:30 to play in the opening quarter.
Hannah Miller was fouled on a second-chance opportunity by Reyna off of the miss by Delainie Black. She split the free throws and Sydnie Miller followed it up with a steal and fast-break lay-up, extending their lead to, 7-1.
Campos scored a lay-up with 1:40 to play in the quarter, ending the scoring drought for the Lady Rangers, but Hannah Miller answered with a lay-up off of the assist from Wallace, making the score, 9-3.
Campos scored a put-back as Sudan took a time out with 19.28 to play in the first quarter.
Out of the break, Hannah Miller scored a put-back to beat the buzzer, sending the Nettes into the second quarter in front of the Lady Rangers, 11-5.
In the second quarter, Campos was fouled on an attempt by Callan Netherland; she converted both free throws, but Hannah Miller responded with a lay-up, making the score, 13-7, with 7:30 to play in the half.
Kaegan Edwards heaved an outlet pass down court to Black, who finished the play with a lay-up, but Campos answered with a turnaround jumper, trimming the lead to, 15-9, with
under seven minutes remaining in the second quarter.
Reyna was fouled on an attempt by Netherland and converted both free throws, making it a two-possession game, 15-11.
With just over six minutes remaining in the half, Campos buried a three from the right elbow, slicing the lead to one-point, but the lead was quickly pushed back to four points as Black knocked down a three from the top of the key, making the score, 18-14, with just over five minutes to play in the first half.
Campos responded with a three from the right wing and then Campos was fouled on an attempt by Hannah Miller. She converted both free throws, giving the Lady Rangers a one-point advantage, 19-18.
Edwards took an entry pass from Lexi Bartley and was fouled on an attempt by Perryman. But, she missed both free throws and on the other end, Campos was fouled on the floor by Tolbert, earning a one-in-one opportunity at the free-throw line.
Campos split the free throws and with 1:24 to play in the half, Tolbert was fouled on the three-point line; she converted all three attempts, making the score, 23-18, going into the locker room at hafltime.
Tolbert was fouled on an attempt by Jones to open the third quarter; she converted both free throws and Hannah Miller scored a put-back off of a miss by Tolbert, making it a one-point game, 23-22.
Campos scored a reverse lay-up, extending their lead back out to three points, 25-22, with just over six minutes remaining in the third quarter.
Tolbert took a charge on Campos and the Nettes were able to capitalize as Hannah Miller scored a put-back off of her own miss, making it a one-point game once more, 25-24.
Campos was fouled on an attempt by Black; she converted both free throws, stretching their lead to, 27-24, but on the other end, Emma Herrera was fouled on an attempt by Reyna. Herrera made both free throws, but Jones dropped in a lay-up with 2:43 to play in the quarter, making the score, 29-26.
With 1:19 to play in the third quarter, Black was fouled on an attempt by Reyna; she split the free throws, making it a two-point game, 29-27.
Campos scored a lay-up with time winding down in the quarter, making the score, 31-27, with the Lady Rangers out in front heading into the final quarter of play.
Edwards dropped in a lay-up to begin the fourth quarter, but Perryman answered with a three from the left wing, stretching their lead to, 34-29.
Hannah Miller scored a lay-up off of the assist from Herrera and drew an and-one foul on Reyna on the play. She converted the free throw, making the score, 34-32, with 6:29 to play in the game.
With under six minutes to play, Campos was fouled on an attempt by Edwards and split the free throws making it a three-point game, 35-32.
Hannah Miller was fouled on a second chance try by Perryman; she split the free throws as Sudan called a time out with just over five minutes to play, trailing Patton Springs, 35-33.
Out of the break, Hannah Miller scored a lay-up off of the assist from Tolbert to tie the game, 35-35, as Patton Springs took a time out with 4:37 to play in the game.
Out of the break, Reyna drained a three from the left wing, but on the other end Hannah Miller dropped in a lay-up, drawing an and-one foul. Sudan took a time out before the free throw and out of the break, Hannah Miller missed the free throw, making the score, 38-37, with 2:58 to play in the game.
Campos knocked down a jumper from the right side, making it a three-point game, 40-37, with 2:38 remaining.
With 56.3 seconds to play, Hannah Miller took the entry pass from Edwards and scored a lay-up, cutting the lead to one point, 40-39, as Patton Springs took a time out with 46.40 seconds to play in the contest.
Out of the break, Campos was fouled on the floor by Sydnie Miller; she made the first and missed the second, but Reyna was able to gather the offensive rebound as the Lady Rangers called another time out with 42.56 to play.
Out of the break, Campos was fouled on the floor by Black; she made both free throws as Patton Springs went on to take the championship game, 43-39.
Hannah Miller led the team in scoring with 21 points, while Black finished the game with six points and Tolbert netted five points. Sydnie Miller contributed three points, while Edwards and Herrera each added two points.
The Nettes will continue their season on Thursday when they take part in the Whitharral Invitational. Their first game will be at 9 a.m. against Meadow.
They will play Friday at 9 a.m. against Springlake-Earth.
Depending on results from first two days will determine what time they play Saturday.

Sudan Hornets

By DEREK LOPEZ
The Sudan Hornets’ varsity basketball team fell to Randall JV on Thursday in the first round of the Anton Invitational, 53-19.
Sternenberg got the game going in the first quarter with a deep two from the left wing and Logue followed it up with a lay-up, giving the Raiders a, 4-0 lead, with 5:55 to play in the quarter.
Gutz drained a three from the right elbow and Sternenberg sank a deep two from the left wing, stretching their lead to, 9-0.
Christian Montes knocked down a three from the top of the key, getting the Hornets on the board, trailing, 9-3, with just over four minutes to play in the opening quarter.
Tavian Combs scored a lay-up off of the outlet pass from Dunavin, but Garcia answered for Sudan with a lay-up, making the score, 11-5, with 2:12 remaining in the quarter.
Dunavin knocked down a jumper for the Raiders and Combs drew a shooting foul on Alex Conley at the buzzer. He made both free throws, making the score, 15-5, as the first quarter came to a close.
Logue opened the second quarter with a lay-up for Randall, sparking a scorning run for the Raiders. Gutz drained a three from the right elbow and then Logue heaved an outlet pass down court for Gutz, who finished the play with a lay-up, extending their lead to, 22-5, with 6:33 to play in the first half.
Sternenberg found a cutting Logue for a lay-up, forcing the Hornets to call a time out with 4:37 to play in the half, trailing the Raiders, 24-5.
Out of the break, Josh Leal dished an assist to Conley for a lay-up, to end the scoring drought for Sudan, but Combs answered with a lay-up, drawing an and-one foul on the play.
Combs converted the free throw, stretching their lead to, 27-7.
Strong was fouled on an attempt by Conley and split the free throws and Breitling drove the right baseline and dropped in a tear drop, making the score, 30-7.
With under one minute to play, Logue drove the left baseline and dropped in a lay-up, as the Raiders went into the locker room at halftime in front of Sudan, 32-7.
In the third quarter, Garcia buried a three to get things started and Gutz followed it up with a tear drop in the lane, making the score, 37-7.
Dunavin drew a block on Schovajsa with just over six minutes to play in the third quarter. He split the free throws, making the score, 38-7.
Combs was fouled on a put-back attempt off of his own miss; he converted both free throws, extending their lead to, 40-7, with just under five minutes remaining in the quarter.
Breitling knocked down a jumper for the Raiders, but Parker Battin answered with a jumper of his own off of the assist from Call Morris, trimming the lead to, 40-11.
Schovajsa scored a lay-up off of the assist from Morris as Randall took a time out, with 2:45 to play in the quarter.
Out of the break, Sharpee drew a block on a shooting attempt on Schovajsa and converted both free throws, stretching their lead to, 42-13.
With 36.1 seconds to play in the quarter, Breitling knocked down a jumper from the right elbow and just before the buzzer, Logue grabbed a steal on a long inbound pass from Morris and took it the other way for a lay-up, sending the Raiders into the fourth quarter on top of Sudan, 46-13.
In the fourth quarter, Stormer was fouled on an attempt by Battin; he split the free throws and Ruben Rodriguez answered with a three from the left wing, trimming the lead to, 47-16, with 5:51 to play in the game.
Combs scored a lay-up off of the feed from Breitling and Sudan took a time out with 3:07 to play in the contest.
Out of the break, Logue and Montes exchanged threes and with 32.03 seconds left, Dunavin was fouled on an attempt by Montes; he split the attempts as the Raiders took the contest, 53-19.
Montes and Schovajsa led the team in scoring with six points each, while Rodriguez netted three points and Battin finished with two points.

 

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