Wichita South’s defense stifled Topeka on Saturday in the finals of the Trojans’ own tournament. Topeka scored one first-quarter point and five first-half points, falling 54-22 to South.
South led 26-5 at halftime.
Kendrian Elliott had 17 points to pace the Titans, while Kirea Rogers added 13 points.
Collegiate 37, Gardner-Edgerton 34 – Alex Payne had 12 points and Addison Root had 10 for Collegiate in its El Dorado tournament title-game win. Collegiate led 19-8 at halftime then held off Gardner in the fourth quarter.
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Kingman 50, Goddard 34 – Sada Smith had 13 points and teammates Sydney Bangert and Jaden Berschauer had 12 each as Kingman won the Haven tournament, outscoring Goddard 16-4 in the third quarter. Jenna Clasen had 14 points for Goddard.
Garden Plain 37, Winfield 27 – Garden Plain took control of a low-scoring game in the second half to beat Winfield and win the Mulvane tournament. Madison Schmelzer had 13 points and Noelle Dooley eight to lead the Owls.
Trinity Academy 41, Goessel 29 – Kayleigh Schrag had 16 points and Caroline Zielke added 11 as Trinity Academy won third place at the Berean Academy tournament.
Mill Valley 55, Circle 28 – Caylie Kifer had 10 points in a losing cause for Circle, which finished fourth in the El Dorado tournament.
Eisenhower 70, SM South 55 – Trailing by six entering the fourth quarter, Eisenhower outscored SM South 27-8 the rest of the way for the third-place win at the Topeka tournament. Brynn Minor had 21 points, Jaden Damon 18 and Mallory Miller 13.
Campus 63, Warriors 45 – Campus won third place in Mulvane with a 28-point fourth quarter. Hayley Leeper led the Colts with 29 points.
East 39, El Dorado 36 – East beat the host Wildcats for fifth place. Mariah McKinney had nine points to lead the Aces, while Mikala Ruff had 24 for El Dorado.
Wellington 59, Cheney 57 – The Crusaders took a 21-10 first-quarter lead and hunt on to beat Cheney for fifth place at Haven. Avery Rusk had 23 points and Lauryn Snipes 19 for Wellington, while Haley Albers led Cheney with 25 points.
Augusta 49, Maranatha 32 – The Orioles won seventh at El Dorado by pulling out to a 27-14 halftime lead. Brooke Eberhardt led a balance Augusta attack with 10 points.
Rose Hill 54, Nickerson 31 – The Rockets got 30 points from Anna Van Driel to take seventh place at Haven.
Mulvane 64, West 51 – Emma Chambers scored 30 points to lead the host Wildcats to a seventh-place tournament finish. DeQuaya Bennett had 24 points to lead the Pioneers.