Keiryn Swenson scored 11 points and was one of 11 Maize players to score in a 63-33 victory over Olathe North in the first round of the Emporia girls basketball tournament.
The unbeaten Eagles (11-0) will face Washburn Rural in Friday night’s semifinals.
Berean Academy 51, Trinity Academy 33 – Trinity Academy fell to the third-place game in the Berean Academy tournament. The Knights were outscored 17-6 in the third quarter as Berean pulled away. Kayleigh Schrag led Trinity with 13 points.
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Circle 39, East 29 – Circle won its Bluestem Classic opener in El Dorado by racing to a 16-4 first-quarter lead. Caylie Kifer had 15 points to lead the Thunderbirds, while Mariah McKinney’s seven points led East.
Wichita South 60, BV West 21 – The City League’s first-place team won easily in the Topeka tournament first round, getting 23 points from Kendrian Elliott and 18 by Kirea Rogers.
Collegiate 36, Augusta 27 – Collegiate won its El Dorado opener by holding Augusta to fewer than 10 points in each quarter. Jewell Bolden scored 10 points to lead the Spartans.
Mill Valley 51, El Dorado 16 – The host Wildcats were held to four first-half points in a first-round loss.
Haven 49, Rose Hill 29 – Samantha Stallbaumer had 16 points to lead Haven to a first-round victory at home. Anna Van Driel had 14 points to lead Rose Hill.
Canton-Galva 49, Clearwater 37 – Hayley Reibenspies had 10 points to lead Clearwater. Cassidy Enns had 24 points to lead Canton-Galva.
Garden Plain 56, Campus 44 – The Owls reached the finals of the Mulvane tournament by scoring 37 second-half points. Noelle Dooley had 18 poitns and Madison Schmelzer had 16 for Garden Plain.
Arkansas City 56, Mulvane 45 – Ark City won a Mulvane tournament losers bracket game behind 14 points from Kaitlyn Potter and Destiny Stewart. Mulvane’s Emma Chambers scored 18 points.
Sunrise 60, West 41 – Sunrise won the losers bracket game at Pratt behind a big third quarter. Alicia Ross led West with 17 points.
Collegiate 63, Augusta 41 – The host Spartans opened a big gap with a 19-2 second quarter. Cody McNerney led Collegiate with 12 points, followed by Jack Larsen’s 11 and 10 each from Kendall Reed, Jacob Newlin and Cameron Christian.