YODER – The Southeast High School girls’ basketball team rolled to a 46-24 win over cross-county rival Lingle-Fort Laramie on Tuesday evening in Yoder.
Lady Cyclone sophomore Sydney Anderson scored the first four points of the game, but L-FL junior Madison Heilbrun got the Lady Doggers on the scoreboard.
Southeast’s early two-point advantage proved the smallest lead of the night.
The Lady Cyclones went on a 16-1 run spanning three minutes into the second quarter.
Sophomore Baylee Skinner and Heilbrun slowed the home team’s run, but it wasn’t for long though.
Southeast countered with a 16-0 run, pushing the lead to 36-7 early in the quarter.
The Lady Cyclone lead reached as many as 29 following Southeast sophomore Kealy Carson’s bucket with 3:24 in the third quarter.
Over the final 11-plus minutes of the game, Lingle outscored Southeast 13-6.
Carson led the Lady Cyclones with 16 points, while Anderson and sophomore Brenna Herring had eight apiece.
The Lady Doggers were led by Heilbrun with nine points. Skinner added six, and sophomore Ashlee Hattan had five.
Southeast (9-5) returns to action Friday on the road at Glenrock (4-7). Action is scheduled to start at 5:30 p.m.
L-FL falls to Glenrock, Pine Bluffs
The Lady Doggers were also in action last weekend, falling to the Glenrock Lady Herders on the road 52-40 and at home to the Pine Bluffs Lady Hornets 52-39.
In Friday’s loss to the Lady Herders, junior M’Lynn Hill and sophomore Natalie Speckner led the team in scoring with 11 apiece. Skinner grabbed a team high six rebounds.
On Saturday, Hattan led the Lady Doggers with 14 points, while Hill added eight. Senior Kaylie Rafferty and Skinner tallied six rebounds each.
L-FL (3-10) is back in action Friday at home against the Niobrara County Lady Tigers (6-6).