Brooke Pedersen made 11 three-pointers and scored 37 points as Andover Central beat visiting Eisenhower 78-54 on Tuesday night in an AV-CTL Division II game. Andover Central is 4-0.
Pedersen, a senior guard, made 10 consecutive shots from three-point range before missing her final three attempts. She checked out with 1:14 remaining after hitting 13 of 18 field goals – 11 of 15 from three.
Amanda Kakoulias added 12 points and Masen Stamp had 10 for Central. Brynn Minor scored 20 points and Mallory Miller added 15 for Eisenhower (1-3).
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Andale 53, Wellington 34 – An offensive awakening in the second half allowed the Indians (3-0), who scored 36 of their 56 points in the final two quarters, to pull away. Andale was led by Lauren Rowland (16 points) and Brittany Meyer (15), while Wellington’s top scorers were Lauryn Snipes (13) and Avery Rusk (11).
Andover 73, Arkansas City 41 – Jaylyn Agnew scored 25 points as the host Trojans cruised to a Division II victory. Lauren Siebuhr added 12 for Andover, while Alli Smith had 14 points, Katee Salas 12 and Kaitlyn Potter 11 for Ark City.
Buhler 70, El Dorado 30 – The visiting Crusaders stormed to a 47-12 halftime lead in a Division III victory. Kellie Burns had 19 points, Alex Keller 15 and Kilyn Domsch 14 for Buhler.
Circle 45, Clearwater 25 – Host Clearwater was held to one first-quarter point and had no scorer in double figures. Caylie Kifer had 14 points to lead Circle.
Collegiate 46, Mulvane 34 – Addison Root scored 18 points and Alex Payne added 12 as Collegiate won at Mulvane in a Division IV game. Mulvane, which got 12 points from Ashley Wilson, was held to 12 first-half points.
Goddard 38, Valley Center 24 – Samantha Schwab scored 20 points to lead Goddard to a Division II home victory. Valley Center managed two points in each of the middle two quarters.
Hutchinson 51, Campus 30 – Shayla DeGarmo and Emily Wessel had 15 points each for victorious Hutchinson in a Division I game. Reagan Brown had 17 points to lead Campus.
Newton 46, Salina South 28 – Taylor Stahly had 18 points to lead the Railers to a Division I road victory.
Central Plains League
Cheney 59, Medicine Lodge 29 – Cheney’s 21-2 first quarter put the game out of reach early. Haley Albers led Cheney with 24 points, while Moriah Wood had 10. Emily Hrencher’s 15 points led Medicine Lodge.