The Andover Central Lady Jags like to run and once they started running against El Dorado they never stopped winning in landslide fashion 75-14 to end the Wildcats season.

As one of the top ranked teams in 4A girls basketball the Lady Jags played like it never giving the Lady Wildcats a chance.

Central jumped out to a 25-2 lead on El Dorado after the opening eight minutes not allowing a field goal to the Wildcats.

The Lady Jaguars kept the pedal to the metal into the second quarter outscoring El Dorado 23-9 in the quarter to take a commanding 48-11 lead over the Lady Wildcats.

El Dorado was able to muster only three points the entire second half as Andover Central went on to score 27 points to close out the blow out victory and move on to the substate championship game with Circle Saturday.

Central was led offensively by Katie Kretchmar with 17 points and going 5-7 from the line. Rebecca Schulte also had 17 points and was 1-2 from the line. Masen Stamp scored 14 points that included a 3-pointer and going 1-1 from the line. Brooke Petersen had 10 points that included a 3-pointer and going 1-1 from the stripe. Skyler Snodgrass added nine points going 3-3 from the line. Amanda Kakoulias added four points and Jordan Fritz and Stephanie Givens each had two points.

El Dorado's Justice Rice had six points and went 4-7 from the line. Destiny Smith had four points.  Aubrey Olson had a 3-pointer. Jenae Waite added a point.