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Alma Junior High 12/16/21

Alma Junior High

By Kevin Taylor

Alma Schools


Frontenac, Ks. 57, Alma 46 



GIRLS — Playing for the seventh time in six days finally took its toll on the Alma Lady Airedales. 


Despite Jordan Gramlich’s hot start, Alma dropped a 57-46 decision to Frontenac, Ks. at the Mustang Classic in Anderson, Mo. 


Just a freshman, Gramlich was named to the All-Tournament team.


Moose Carmack had seven, and Lanie Moore and Kiara Owens added six and four, respectively. Presli Taylor had three, and Mykia Cravey and Kenzie Rushing had two each. 


Alma 7th Gold 37, Greenwood 32  


BOYS — Carson Curd scored seven of his career-high nine points in the second half, including a big 3-pointer and running floater during a 7-0 push to open the second half during Alma’s 37-32 win over Greenwood.  


Sammy Moore and Cade Moore added four points apiece as the Gold improved to 3-0 on the young season. Luke Stogsdill led the team with 10 points. 


Daniel Rodriguez had four points, and Hudson Loughridge and Brycen Lester had three points apiece. 


Greenwood 32, Alma Green 31  


BOYS — Alma’s Green team played its finest game of the season despite a tough 32-31 loss. The winning point came on a free throw with 0:00.6 left on the clock. 


Jalen Trice hit three of Alma’s season-high four 3-pointers. He finished with a team-high nine points. Izaac Plourde added nine points, including seven during a second-half comeback that saw the visitors grab a 31-27 lead with 4:18 left to play. 


Tristan Nutt and Levi Dobbs had seven and five points, respectively. Andrew Bush finished with one point. 


Alma 7th Green 32, Greenwood 14  


GIRLS — Jaeda Cahoon scored 10 points Wednesday to power the Alma seventh grade Green team to a 32-14 blowout of Greenwood. 


Emberly Kimes and Anna Swarnes finished with eight and six points, respectively. 


Alma 7th Gold 14, Greenwood 12


GIRLS — Coach Amy Smothers’ seventh-grade gold squad edged Greenwood, 14-12, with Kaitlin Middleton leading the way with five points. 


Kasey Breyette had four points.