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Wellington Daily News - Wellington, KS
  • South Haven, Caldwell girls battle for substate title at Burden Saturday

  • South Haven and Caldwell girls teams will play Saturday night for the substate title at Burden, and the winner will advance to the state tournament.

    Both teams won semifinal games Friday night in Burden.
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  • South Haven and Caldwell girls teams will play Saturday night for the substate title at Burden, and the winner will advance to the state tournament.
    Both teams won semifinal games Friday night in Burden.
    South Haven beat Cedar Vale – Dexter 54-43 and Caldwell beat Burden Central  53-33.
    In the boys’ championship game Caldwell will be playing Cedar Vale – Dexter, which upset Udall Thursday night.
    Here is how the girls games went Friday.
    South Haven 54 Cedar Vale-Dexter 43
    The game was close most of the way but South Haven closed with a 12-2 run in the final two minutes of the game.  The Lady Cardinals hit 12 consecutive foul shots in the final quarter, and hit 14 of 18 total in the quarter. The Spartans hit 10 of 12 foul shots in the final stanza.
    For South Haven,  Paige Turek hit  eight straight foul shots down the stretch. She finished the game with  17 points and was 11-14 from the foul line for the game.
    Also for South Haven, Chloe Rawls had nine points. Monica Harris and Baylee Turner each had six.
    For Cedar Vale – Dexter London Clapp had 10 points, all of them coming from the charity stripe and she hit 10 of 11. Kaylen Atherton scored 11 for the Spartans and Mattie Burdette had nine.
    There were a lot of free throws in this game. Cedar  Vale – Dexter was 23-30 from the line and South Haven was 18-29.
     
    Caldwell 53 Central Burden 33
    Caldwell scored six unanswered points in the final minute of the first half to take a 23-15 lead at halftime. The Lady BLuejays never looked back, gradually pulling away in the third quarter and leading by 14 heading into the final quarter.
    The game was close until that spurt at the end of the half, with neither team leading by more than three to that point.
    Caldwell started getting the ball inside, and started getting more second chance shots with offensive rebounds, which made the difference.
    Tyann Isaacs scored  24 for Caldwell, and Kambree  York scored nine.
    Alli Moore scored 12 and Rylee Liebau added 11 for Central Burden.
     
     
     (due to technical difficulties photos were not available)

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