Jan 14, 2013 - By Bruce Tippets, Sports EditorGreybull put its offense in a high gear, outscoring St. Stephen's 27-15 on its way to a 75-55 boys basketball win Saturday afternoon in Fremont County.
The loss snapped a two-game winning streak for the St. Stephen's Eagles. They had won conference games against Dubois and Meeteetse last weekend.
Greybull plays in the Class 2-A division, and St. Stephen's is in Class 1-A.
The Eagles host conference opponent Ten Sleep on Friday afternoon.
The girls game will start the doubleheader at 3 p.m. Ten Sleep has one of the top teams in Class 1-A.
Greybull 75, St. Stephen's 55
Cole Littleshield hit a pair of 3-pointers in the first period, but Greybull took a 16-14 lead into the second quarter.
Greybull built a 27-17 lead only to see the Eagles go on a 7-0 run.
Littleshield hit another 3-pointer to pull St. Stephen's to 27-24.
In the third quarter, Greybull was all over the offensive end to take control of the game.
Greybull's Quinton Haley scored 10 points in the pivotal quarter.
Littleshield paced the Eagles with 18 points, and Lakota Oldman scored 17 points.
Oldman had scored 82 points in two games with Meeteetse and Dubois last weekend.
Oldman injured his wrist early in the game, but came back in to try to lead a comeback against Greybull.
Greybull's Peyton Gonzales knocked in 22 points, and Haley finished with 20 points.
Greybull boys 75, St. Stephen's 55
GREYBULL 16 14 27 15 -- 75
SSHS 14 13 18 11 -- 55
Greybull -- Payton Gonzalez 6 (3) 1-2 22, Wyatt Good 1 (1) 2-5 7, Quinton Haley 10 0-1 20, Ryan Sylvester 0 2-2 2, Paul Stewart 3 4-4 10, Treton Tracy 4 0-0 8. Totals 27 (4) 9-14 75.
St. Stephen's -- Salvador Brown 1 1-2 3, Cole Littleshield 2 (4) 2-3 18, Ruben Roman 0 5-8 5, Sam Teran 4 (1) 1-2 12, Lakota Oldman 5 (2) 1-4 17. Totals 12 (7) 10-19 55.
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