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Lakin’s Press Forces 37 Turnovers in Win
Lakin’s Press Forces 37 Turnovers in Win
Kevin Thompson
Tuesday, December 22, 2020

   The varsity boys team overcame a slow first half to put away Stanton County last Friday, 63-34.

   In the final game of 2020, the Broncs moved to 5-0 with their road win.

   The Broncs took a 9-5 lead after the opening quarter and led just 24-18 at halftime.

   Lakin used a 24-5 third quarter to take control, leading to a running clock in the fourth period.

   The Broncs shot 36 percent from the floor, including 13 of 40 from 3-point range.

   They scored 40 points off of 37 Trojans’ turnovers (Lakin committed just 12 turnovers), and outscored Stanton County 12-5 on second-chance opportunities.

   Lakin had three players in double figures, with Servando Gonzalez and Hunter each scoring 17. Jace Bachman added 12, all on 3-pointers.

   Davis led the team with nine assists and added five steals.

   Gonzalez led the team with six assists.

   The Broncs, now 5-0, are off until Jan. 9 when they host Wichita County on Throwback Night.


JV boys 51, Stanton Co. 50 (2OT)

   The JV boys needed two overtimes before putting away the Trojans, 51-50.

   The Broncs led 33-32 heading into the final quarter before Stanton County tied things up at 44-44 to send the game into extra time. 

   Leading scorer for Lakin was Lawson Beymer with 13 points, including a trey in overtime. 

   Ty Davidson added 11.

C team 41, Stanton Co. 33

   In the C-team game, Lakin evened its record at 1-1 with a 41-33 win over the Trojans.

   Lakin led 16-5 after the first period but only 21-16 by halftime.

   Zander Luna scored all eight of his points in the third to help the Broncs to a 33-24 lead going into the final period.

   Leo Shelden led the Broncs with nine points.

   Luna and Mitch Oliphant each added eight points.