By Staff          

            INMAN – The Inman girls got off to a great start at home on Thursday only to stumble and allow Conway Springs to come back and pin an eight-point, 54-46 loss on the Lady Teutons.

The loss comes in the game played as part of the Heart of America-Central Plains challenge.

            With the loss, Inman drops to 2-4 for the first few weeks of the season, they now get some time to rest and prep before returning the hardwood after the Christmas break on Tuesday, January 3 when they make a road trip to Sterling.

            The Lady Teutons jumped out to a 10-point, 20-10 lead by the end of the first quarter before Conway Springs bounced back and out scored Inman by 11 in the second quarter to take a one-point, 28-27 lead into the halftime break.

            Coming out of the break, Conway Springs doubled up the Lady Teutons on points put on the scoreboard to push their advantage out to eight at 42-34. Inman played the visitors even up in the final quarter of action but were unable to chip away at the deficit which gave Conway Springs the final eight-point win.

            Despite having foul issues for much of the game before fouling out in the fourth quarter, Lady Teuton fabulous freshman Suttyn Harris led the team in scoring with 18 points and recorded a double-double by pulling down 10 rebounds and getting three steals. Kambrey Woods joined Harris in double digits by chipping in with 10 points and Kenna Woods had nine.

INMAN LADY TEUTONS hosting Conway Springs

SCORING: LADY TEUTONS 20-7-7-12=46; Conway Springs 10-18-14-12=54.

LADY TETUON INDIVIDUAL STATS: Suttyn Harris – 18 points, 1 three-pointer, 10 rebounds, 3 steals; Kambrey Woods – 10 points; Kenna Woods – 9 points, 5 rebounds; Taelyn Friesen – 5 points, 1 three-pointer; Maci Neufeld – 3; Morgan Froese – 1.

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