Sophomore guard Sarah Hammer made two crucial three-pointers in the fourth quarter Tuesday to help Winfield upset Andale 43-39 in an Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division IV game at Winfield.
Winfield (8-5) took the lead for good at 26-25 in the third quarter and fought off Andale in the fourth quarter. Abby Berthoff had 15 points for Winfield and Hammer added 10.
Andale (10-3) was led by Rachel Friedrichs’ 14 points.
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Carroll 59, Northwest 21 – Brynn Maul and Shelby Lopez had 11 points each and were two of 11 Eagles who scored in a road victory. Teammate Madi Youngers added 10 points.
East 57, Southeast 43 — East got a balanced scoring effort as ArieBurl, Lexi Beard and KayKay Ross scored eight points each as the Aces got up early and never let the Buffaloes back in the game. Southeast was led by senior Alex Arline’s 16 points, while sophomore XenaRentas added 11.
Heights 68, West 9 – Heights held West to two points through three quarters, leading 59-2. Trinity Conley and Jaelynn McLaurian had 13 points each and Annalys Benally had 12.
South 56, North 19 – The league-leading Titans didn’t allow North to score more than seven points in a period. Kendrian Elliott scored 22 points and Erica Mattingly had 18 to lead the rout.
Andover 48, Hutchinson 40 – Andover took over in the third quarter, building a nine-point lead. Jaylyn Agnew led the visiting Trojans with 18 points.
Campus 51, Arkansas City 34 – Reagan Brown scored 25 points and Hayley Leeper had 20 in the host Colts’ non-division victory. Kaitlyn Potter had 15 points to lead Ark City.
Rose Hill 39, Clearwater 21 – Visiting Clearwater was held to two first-half points in a non-division loss. Rose Hill, which led 27-2 at the break, was led by Anna Van Driel (16 points) and Mackenzie Herman (14).
Eisenhower 48, Derby 43 – Down six entering the fourth quarter, Eisenhower senior Brynn Minor scored from the post to tie the game at 35 with 6 minutes left. Derby reclaimed the lead on the next possession with a Haley Mills three, but Eisenhower responded with a 10-0 run over the next four minutes that put the visiting team ahead for good. Minor scored eight of her game-high 20 points in the fourth quarter.
Maize 56, Newton 38 – Taylor Holmes led the visiting Eagles with 16 points in a Division I victory. Keiryn Swenson had 12 points and Daley Handy 10 for Maize, which led 29-10 at halftime.
Valley Center 50, Maize South 35 – The host Hornets led 20-5 after one quarter and weren’t threatened. Taylor Latimer had 19 points and Bethany Reeves 16 for Valley Center, while Jade Winter led Maize South with 13.
Central Plains League
Trinity Academy 64, Belle Plaine 33 – Micala Hollinger had 19 points, with Caroline Zielke and Ally Henderson adding 15 each for the host Knights. Trinity led 34-19 at halftime.
Conway Springs 57, Bluestem 28 – Sara Echelberry’s 12 points led visiting Conway, which led 35-15 at the break.
Douglass 38, Independent 28 – Cashlyn Munroe had 15 points to lead host Douglass.