Eisenhower’s Trevon Evans scored a season-high 47 points as the Tigers slammed visiting Maize South 82-52.
Evans, a 6-foot-1 junior, hit 15 two-pointers, three three-pointers and went 8 of 11 at the free-throw line. Teammate Daniel Southworth was the only other Eisenhower player in double figures with 10 points.
Kade Kordonowy led Maize South with 21 points.
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Salina South 67, Campus 63 — Conner Ryan scored 19 points for Salina South. Josh Strotkamp led Campus in scoring with 13.
Collegiate 64, Circle 62 — Collegiate rallied from a 40-33 halftime deficit for the victory at Towanda.
Jack Larsen led the Spartans with 18 points and Cam Christian added 12. Riley Kemmer and Elliott Mann scored 11 points each for Collegiate.
Stewart Dennison was Circle’s top scorer with 17 points. Paul Richard added 16 for the Thunderbirds.
Goddard at Arkansas City 55, Goddard 48 — Arkansas City’s Kade Kanelakos and Goddard’s Collin Nevil each finished with 18 points, but it was Kanelakos’ team that came out on top.
Tucker Vang added 15 points for Goddard.
Andover 64, Valley Center 53 -- The Trojans improved to 14-5 on the season and kept pace with Kapaun Mount Carmel for the third seed in their sub-state behind 24 points from senior Brady Carter. Valley Center was led in scoring by Zach Brown with 14.
Hutchinson 42, Newton 39 — Hutchinson held Newton to four points in the second quarter and held on for the win. Trevor Turner and Braydon Wells led the Salthawks with 11 points each. Lane Pauls led Newton with nine points.
Salina Central 48, Maize 45 — Salina Central led just 14-10 at halftime, but both teams turned up the offense in the second half as the Mustangs held on for the win.
Max Kuhn led three Salina Central players in double figures with 15 points. Treyton Hines and Mark Vaughn added 11 points each.
Maize guard Tavon Morrow led all scorers with 17 points and teammate Aaron Shaw added 12 points.
Augusta 52, Wellington 50 — Augusta almost coughed up a 22-13 halftime lead, but held on for the win behind 16 points from Chase Winter and 14 points from Kesten Trebbe. The Orioles also hit eight three-pointers.
El Dorado 52, Winfield 40 — El Dorado rallied from a 16-13 halftime deficit behind three double-figure scorers in Travis House (17 points), Jared Haury (14) and Trevor Crain (10). The Wildcats also hit 18 of 27 free throws.
Will Adler led Winfield with 21 points.
Southeast 58, Heights 54 — Octavius Loudermilk scored 18 points and freshman Jerrick Harding added 13 for Southeast as the Buffaloes held off a Heights rally.
Southeast lead 32-22 at the half. Ealy Bell led Heights with 16 points and Chris Reed added 14 points.
East 72, South 53 — Samajae Jones led East with 20 points, including four three-pointers, in a rout. The Aces hit seven three-pointers, and Jordan Hester chipped in with 12 points.
South’s Omar Martin led all scorers with 24 points, and teammate Jordan Moore added 17 points.
Carroll 72, West 42 — Logan Bullinger (27) and Christian Smith (17) combined for 44 of Carroll’s 72 points. Smith scored all of his points in the second half. Abdoulie Njai led West with 11 and Jordan Kelly had 10.
Central Plains League
Chaparral 46, Conway Springs 24 — Chaparral’s Jansen Parsons was the only player for either team to score in double figures with 10 points.
Cheney 64, Medicine Lodge 36 — Gabe Schomacker scored 21 points for Cheney.