Garden City 9, Hays 0-Eric Barragan scored four goals and broke the single-season scoring record as the Buffs cruised past Hays at Buffalo Stadium Tuesday Night.
“We played well; it was a lot of hard work,” Coach Josue Negron said afterwards. “It just all came together.”
Barragan finished the regular season with 24 goals, surpassing the previous school record of 23, set by assistant coach Enselmo Enriquez back in 1999.
With the win, Garden City (12-4, 7-1) clinches at least a share of the WAC title. If Dodge loses to Liberal on Thursday, the Buffs would win the conference outright.
Garden City defeated Maize South 25-23, 25-22, 21-25, 25-23
Shandra Sanders team definitely made the most out of a four-hour bus ride to Maize on Tuesday. The four-set victory concludes the regular-season schedule, which the Buffs finished at 24-11.
Sub state begins on Saturday at Hutch with the likelihood that Garden City will be a number-one seed.
Colby defeated Garden City 25-15, 25-18 and 25-17
First-place Colby wasted little time in using their attacking game in a three-set win at the DPAC on Tuesday night.
“I thought our net game was decent tonight,” Garden City Head Coach Harvey Sanders said. “But again, we just made too many errors.”
Busters now 3-10 in conference play; Trojans 12-1. Garden City closes the regular season at Dodge on Thursday
Seward County defeated Dodge City 25-11, 25-21, 25-17