Kade Kordonowy and Cole Koster scored 13 points each to lead Maize South past Newton 45-35 in an Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League interdivision boys matchup on Tuesday night.
The teams were tied at 15 at halftime, then Maize South took control in the third quarter by outscoring Newton 18-8.
Maize South extended its winning streak to five games, beating Eisenhower on Jan. 13 before winning three games last weekend at the Valley Center tournament.
Jack Kingsley’s nine points led Newton.
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Carroll 64, North 38 – Carroll got 17 points from Connor Evans and 13 each from Eric Scharping and Max Iseman to beat visiting North. Andrew Sanders led North with 19 points.
Northwest 69, West 42 – Nick Williams scored 16 points and was one of 11 Grizzlies to score in a City League road victory. Northwest led 41-17 at halftime in a matchup of teams that won 2 of 3 games in last week’s midseason tournaments. Caleb Moore had 23 points to lead West.
Derby 63, Andover 52 – James Conley scored 22 points and helped lead visiting Derby to a non-division victory at Andover. Derby took control with a 21-point third quarter. Chase Oberg scored 22 points to lead Andover.
Maize 71, Eisenhower 51 – The visiting Eagles overcame a six-point first quarter with 42 points over the 16 minutes. Ky-Sean Johnson had 16 points and Matthew LeBegue 13 for Maize, while Brent Smith’s 13 points led Eisenhower.
Circle 65, Rose Hill 40 – Braden Kirkpatrick had 12 points and Brendon Horyna had 11 in visiting Circle’s victory. Parker Austin led Rose Hill with 12 points.
Garden Plain 51, Conway Springs 39 – The host Owls overcame an eight-point halftime deficit to win a Central Plains League matchup. Nate Pauly led Garden Plain with 19 points and Jordan Joplin had 15 points.
Andover 45, Derby 30 – Jaylyn Agnew scored 21 points and Kaitlyn Day added 11 for host Andover, which led 25-12 at halftime. Grace Mitchell had 14 for Derby.
Trinity Academy 59, Burrton 23 – Micala Hollinger scored 20 points and Whitney Guetersloh added 11 as the Knights won a first-round game at the Berean Academy tournament. Trinity led 40-23 after three quarters.
Winfield 43, Mulvane 30 – Courtney Griffiths’ 17 points helped lead Winfield past Mulvane in the first round of the Wildcats’ tournament. Emma Chambers and Brileigh Ballinger had eight points each for Mulvane.