Wellington teams are victorious; Conway Springs girls finally beat Garden Plain

first_imgby Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — Both Wellington varsity basketball teams were victorious in Augusta. The Conway Springs girls scored a big league win over Garden Plain, but the boys had no such luck…Wellington boys 73 Augusta 69The Crusader boys would hit nine three-pointers, including five in the first quarter to pull off a huge win on the road.Wellington is now at .500 with a 7-7 record.A.J. Snipes scored 24 points to lift the Crusaders to victory. Wesley Gilmore had 10.The Crusaders opened hot, getting treys from Gilmore, Snipes and Cade Phelps as both teams were tied 21-all at the end of the first quarter. Wellington opened up a seven point lead in the second, holding Augusta to 10 points. At the half it was 38-31.The Crusader staved off a late rally, going 9 of 14 at the free throw line in the fourth quarter. Connor Phelps score back-to-back layups late to lift the Crusaders to the win. Crusaders host Winfield Tuesday. 15 Wellington 4 19 Wellington girls 62 Augusta 44The Wellington girls improved to 14-0 using a big 14-2 third quarter run to bat back the feisty Orioles.Wellington opened with a 20-15 first quarter lead, but the Orioles stifling defense held Crusaders in check in the second and held a mere 28-24 lead at the half.Augusta tied the game early in the third quarter, but Wellington’s Grace Mitchell opened its big run with a 3-pointer. Lauren Snipes would then score six of the next nine points.Mitchell scored 21 points for the game while Snipes had 13.Wellington hosts Winfield Tuesday, the first in a three-game home stand.Conway Springs girls 46 Garden Plain 34. Conway Springs won its first game over Garden Plain since 2006 on the road in a key Central Plains League tilt.The Cardinals are 12-2 and have a perfect 4-0 CPL record.Sabrina Bellar had 13 points while Lacey Pauly had 10 to give Conway Springs the win. The Cardinals would outscore Garden Plain by two or four points in every quarter – leading 6-4 at the end of the first quarter and 16-10 at the half and 27-19 after three quarters. 69 — 11 Wellington: A.J. Snipes 24, Gilmore 13, King 9, Co. Phelps 9, Ca. Phelps 9, Frame 7, Burnett 2. 17 9 34 Augusta: Howerton 17, Weakly 17, Clausing 8, Patterson 7, Trebbe 7, Whitehead 6, Barclay 5, Wesbrooks 2. 15 Garden Plain 21 10 — 6 Augusta 20 19 46 Wellington boys 73 Augusta 69 21 19 73 Conway Springs 10 6 Conway Springs: Bellar 13, L. Pauly 10, H. Jones 9, Koester 5, Ebenkamp 4, K. Jones 2, J. Pauly 2, Akiu 1.Garden Plain: Schmelzer 9, Joplin 9, Doyle 7, Flax 4, Bourne 4, Thimesch 1. Garden Plain boys 44 Conway Springs 37.The Cardinal boys lost their third of the season and their second game against Garden Plain. This was a tougher loss to take, as Conway Spring had cut the lead to three late in the fourth quarter several times.Medicine Lodge boys 43 Belle Plaine 36Belle Plaine fell to 3-12 with a loss to the Indians. Medicine Lodge was leading at the half 16-15, but used a 13-8 and 14-13 run in the third and fourth quarter to pick up the win.Peyton Nolan led Belle Plaine with 7.SCBL scores: Girls:Udall 36  Central 30Flinthills 50  Oxford  13Sedan  38  South Haven  37Argonia 39  CVDX 34Yates Center 33  West Elk  26Boys:Central. 60   Udall  50Sedan. 83  South Haven  29Flinthills  54   Oxford  42Argonia.   51   CVDX  46West Elk 68.  Yates Center 56Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! 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