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Archive for Tuesday, February 19, 2002

Area Basketball: Chargers sweep Immac

February 19, 2002

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— Trailing by one at halftime, Santa Fe Trail scored 37 second-half points to defeat Leavenworth Immaculata, 59-40, in girls basketball Monday.

"The second half we really took care of the ball and went after 'em," SFT coach Brenda Dahl said.

Melissa Ball led the Chargers with 22 points after scoring just five in the first half. Lindsay Boss scored 20 points and had four steals.

"Tonight Lindsay just stepped up," Dahl said. "This was her kind of game."

No other player scored more than six for the Chargers.

The Chargers will travel to Perry to face the Kaws tonight and will play on the road against Lansing on Friday.

Santa Fe Trail 59, Immaculata 40

Immaculata 6 17 10 7 Â 40

Santa Fe Trail 14 8 17 20 Â 59

Immaculata  Bassett 10, Dolan 9, Kersten 8, Kelly 6, Theis 4, Elintz 2, McKinley 1.

Santa Fe Trail (17-1) Â Melissa Ball 22, Lindsay Boss 20, Janelle Arnold 6, Alison Creek 5, Leslie Wurdemann 4, Alexis Prior 2.

Boys

SFT 67, Immaculata 53

Carbondale  Down six points after the first quarter, Santa Fe Trail outscored Immaculata, 25-8, in the second period to take control.

Justin Ramsdell led the Chargers with 21 points. Shane Miles added 14 and Ryan Hulings 12.

SFT will play host to Perry-Lecompton today.

Santa Fe Trail 67, Immaculata 53

Immaculata 15 8 12 18 Â 53

Santa Fe Trail 9 25 17 16 Â 67

Immaculata (11-7) Â John McEvoy 21, Danny McEvoy 14, Elliott 9, Kelly 2, Scanlan 3, Todd 2, Supplee 2.

Santa Fe Trail (12-6, 9-5) Â Justin Ramsdell 21, Shane Miles 14, Ryan Hulings 12, Ben Fawl 6, Cameron Babb 6, Brian Kral 6, Petr Solar 2.

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