Varsity Kansas

Girls roundup: Agnew helps Andover turn back Maize South

Jaylyn Agnew scored 19 points and Sydney Tilson had 15 as the Andover girls basketball team clinched a tie for the Division II crown in the Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League on Friday night. The Trojans beat Maize South 60-48.

Andover (14-4, 10-1) can clinch the division title outright with a win over Valley Center on Tuesday.


Andale 55, Circle 33 — The visiting Indians stayed perfect in Division IV behind 16 points from Lauren Rowland and 12 from Brittany Meyer. Andale is 15-3, 8-0. Talia Highbarger led Circle with 10 points.

Andover Central 66, Goddard 24 — Justyce Perez had 19 points to lead Andover Central, while Evan Stamp scored 13. Emily Rausch led Goddard with seven points. The Jaguars (14-5, 8-2) remained 1 1/2 games behind Andover in Division II.

Augusta 37, Collegiate 30 — Casady Marlnee had 11 points to lead the visiting Orioles past Collegiate, which was led by Jerica Skar’s 14 points.

McPherson 57, Buhler 29 — The host Bullpups clinched a tie for the Division III championship by routing second-place Buhler. Abby Pedersen had 26 points for McPherson.

Clearwater 50, Wellington 38 — Bryna Vogel had 26 points for Clearwater. Kailey Jenkins led the way for Wellington with 12.

Valley Center 64, Eisenhower 40 — Valley Center broke open a tight game with a 16-0 run in the third quarter. Leading by just two points at the half, the Hornets were led by freshman forward Kylie Webber, 14, and Megan Barnes, 12.

El Dorado 51, Rose Hill 45 — Hannah Helferich scored 18 points and Andrea Valadez had 17 as the Wildcats won at Rose Hill. Autumn Lipscomb scored 18 points to lead Rose Hill.

Salina Central 49, Campus 31 — Hayley Leeper had 19 points in Campus’ loss.

City League

Carroll 46, North 32 — Carroll’s 11-0 run, sparked by two steals and two fastbreak baskets by Maddie Oxler, helped the Eagles pull away in the second quarter. Oxler finished with a game-high 16 points, three steals and eight rebounds. North was led by Aliyah Bernard and Jayden Dennis, who had 10 points each.

Northwest 52, Southeast 39 — Northwest used a 9-0 run in the third quarter to pull away. Tied at 20 at the half, Northwest outscored Southeast 32-19 in the second half to improve to 9-9. Southeast senior Cheyenne Bullock led all players with 16 points. Katie Cramer led the Grizzlies with 13 points.

Central Plains League

Cheney 41, Douglass 28 — Carlea Holt led all scorers with 11. Taylor Needham added 10 for Cheney. Cheney made 19 of 33 free throw attempts.

Conway Springs 56, Independent 34 — Sara Echelberry had 16 points to lead Conway Springs, while Brittney May had 13. Elizabeth Jarvis had 12 for Independent.

Trinity Academy 46, Bluestem 19 — The visiting Knights pulled within one game of idle Garden Plain with 15 points from Alex Shimp and 13 from Kristin Miller. Shimp also had 14 rebounds and 6 steals.