West Girls Win Championship
KSCB News - December 13, 2015 7:49 am
Saturday the Lady Warrior B-team completed tournament play and the season
with a 9-3 record. The opening game vs Great Bend saw the Ladies out of
rhythm on both sides of the court struggling to a 22-8 loss. The Warriors
bounced back in the second game with a great team effort taking care of
Hays 32 -6 to finish third in the tournament. Top scorers during the day
were Teja Sieber with 16, Braegan Zimmerman 10, and Sinahy Hernandez 6.
Adding to the effort included Bryanna Banuelos 4, Brianna Dominguez 3, and
Priscilla Vasquez 1. Great Job and season Ladies!!
Saturday the 7th grade A Team came away with the first-ever middle school
WAC championship. They took on South middle school to begin the day winning
39 to 24. Nohemi Gomez and Sanaa Dunlap both had 9 points in the win. Sanaa
lead the team rebounding pulling down 8 with Nohemi getting 6. Reece Hay
had 5 assists in the game. Halle Payton had 6, Unique Vickers with 5, Reece
Hay and Shatarrika Ross each had 4 and Eyleen Vasquez put in 2 points.
In the championship game the Warriors defeated Great Bend 39-24. Sanaa
Dunlap had 15 points and 11 rebounds in the win. Reece Hay had 8, Halle
Payton put in 6. Nohemi Gomez also had 6 points and 10 rebounds.
Shatarrika Ross and Unique Vickers each made 2 points. The ladies had a
great season going undefeated.
The eighth grade Lady Warriors A & B team played their heart out yesterday. Both
teams knew this was going to be the final games of their spectacular middle school basketball
career. Both the A & B teams took on a very quick Great Bend team. The Lady Warriors A&B
team came away with victories. The A-game score was 46-14 with Audrey Gilmore leading the
way with 16pts. The B-game score was 34-12 with Brianna Zuniga leading the way with 13pts.
This set up a showdown with our nemesis Hays Middle School. This was an extremely hard
fought game in both the A&B games. At the end of the first half of the A-game Hays was leading
20-19. The full court press just was not working. To start the second half we switched into a
box and one defense on number 33 who finished the game for them with 13pts. We started to
play some shut down defense. The offense was only getting one shot because we were fighting
and getting almost every rebound. The Lady Warriors ended up defeating Hays Middle School
by a score of 43-34 to become the first ever Middle School WAC Champions with Laci Lanning
leading the way with 17pts. The B team came up short and lost 28-41 with Brianna Zuniga
leading the way with 9pts. Both the A&B team end their outstanding middle school basketball
career with a two year dominating record. The A team finishes 26-0 and the B team finishes 23-
3. Lady Red basketball has a lot to look forward to. Tiffany Bottum