Plains boys, girls rout Hot Springs

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  • LINDSAY LAWS (12) leaves several of the Lady Savage Heat players trailing as she moves down the court. (Douglas Wilks photos/Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    Lindsay Laws (12) and Jessica Thompson guard Kalien Lien (20).

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    ALEC COLE (22) goes up for a jump shot during the Hot Springs game. Cole finished with 17 points in the 71-52 Horsemen victory.

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    RYAN OVITT (10) begins his move against the Hot Springs defense. (Douglas Wilks photos/Clark Fork Valley Press)

  • LINDSAY LAWS (12) leaves several of the Lady Savage Heat players trailing as she moves down the court. (Douglas Wilks photos/Clark Fork Valley Press)

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    Lindsay Laws (12) and Jessica Thompson guard Kalien Lien (20).

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    ALEC COLE (22) goes up for a jump shot during the Hot Springs game. Cole finished with 17 points in the 71-52 Horsemen victory.

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    RYAN OVITT (10) begins his move against the Hot Springs defense. (Douglas Wilks photos/Clark Fork Valley Press)

The Plains Trotters played against the Hot Springs Savage Heat Friday night and won 59-34.

The Plains girls quickly grabbed the lead with multiple scores in the first quarter from both Jessica Thompson and Lindsay Laws. The Hot Springs girls remained behind Plains in every area; rebounds, 2-point baskets and 3-point shots. It seems that the Trotters had their game plan well in hand without any difficulties from the Savage Heat.

Lindsay Laws scored 27 points and Jessica Thompson scored 14 points for Plains. Sage Jackson was the top scoring player for Hot Springs with 13 points.

H. Springs 4 5 15 10 — 34

Plains 20 10 12 17 — 59

HOT SPRINGS — Sage Jackson 13, Karly Lawson 6, Madison Wheeler 5, McKenzie Cannon 4, Stacy Gray 2, Sydney Jackson 2, Kalen Lien 2.

PLAINS — Lindsay Laws 27, Jessica Thompson 14, Kylee Altmiller 4, Kara Altmiller 3, Haley Josephson 3, Analisa Loberg 3, Audrey Brown 2, Natalee Deschamps 2, Emma Turner 1.

BOYS

Plains 71, Hot Springs 52

What a difference one week can make when there is not a huge vocal crowd, media from several television and newspapers hanging on every word and play of the game as the Plains Horsemen downed Hot Springs 71-52.

The Horsemen pulled ahead of the Hot Springs Savage Heat in the second quarter of the game Friday and continued to put up more points with four players scoring into the double digits.

Ryan Ovitt led the Plains boys with 20 points and Jay VonHeeder scored 17 points.

The defense of Plains kept the Hot Springs team from getting much momentum as Trevor Paro managed to score 22 points and was the only Hot Springs player to score into the double digits.

H. Springs 7 9 21 15 — 52

Plains 8 23 18 22 — 71

HOT SPRINGS — Trevor Paro 22, Tyler Knudsen 7, Blaine Carr 6, Addison Mueller 6, Sean Shea 5, Pedro Gaurdeman 3, Tyler Carr 3.

PLAINS — Ryan Ovitt 20, Alec Cole 17, Jay VonHeeder 17, Aaren VonHeeder 11, Sam Rehbein 4, Kyle Weeks 2.

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