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Girls roundup: Rowland, Dreiling lead Andale past Thunderbirds

Senior Lauren Rowland scored eight of her 16 points in the first quarter, and junior Kadey Dreiling added 13, helping Andale defeat Circle 59-40 on Friday night in Towanda.

Andale outscored Circle 18-8 in the second quarter, building its halftime lead to 32-20, and cruised from there.

Katie Frankenbery led Circle with 14 points, including four three-pointers.

City League

Kapaun 47, Northwest 15 — Kapaun’s Sam Bachrodt led all scorers with 17 points as the Crusaders put the defensive lockdown on Northwest and improved to 4-0. Kapaun led 30-9 at halftime, but was even better in the second half by allowing just six points.

North 63, West 20 — North prevailed in a battle of winless teams as Imani Jones led the Redskins with 15 points.

AV-CTL

Andover Central 68, Valley Center 19 — Becca Schulte scored 17 poitns to lead three Andover Central players in double figures as the Jaguards held Valley Center to just one point in the fourth quarter. Amanda Kakoulias added 14 points and Masen Stamp had 11 points as Andover Central improved to 5-0. Valley Center dropped to 2-4.

Collegiate 43, Clearwater 23 — Addison Root scored 13 points to lead all scorers as Collegiate put Clearwater away early in an AV-CTL IV battle.

Newton 58, Goddard 30 — Leading 33-17 at halftime, Newton put the game on ice in the third quarter by outscoring Goddard 16-5. Taylor Stahly led Newton with 23 points. The Railers are now 5-1.

Maize 47, Campus 33 — Maize improved to 5-0 by holding off a pesky Campus squad and using a balanced scoring attack, led by 12 points each from Keiryn Swenson, Daley Handy and Taylor Holmes. Halee Roland added 10 points for the Eagles. Anna Barnum led Campus with 13 points.

Wellington 53, Mulvane 26 — Wellington evened its record in AV-CTL IV play at 1-1 with the 1-2 punch of Lauryn Snipes (19 points) and Shayland French (11 points). Emma Chambers led Mulvane with 13 points as the Wildcats dropped to.

Central Plains League

Conway Springs 39, Cheney 36 — Conway Springs held off a furious rally from Cheney for the win in both teams’ CPL opener. Cheney, trailing 23-19 after three quarters, outscored Conway Springs 17-10 in the fourth quarter. Sara Echelberry led Conway Springs.

Haley Albers and Taylor Denney led Cheney with 11 points each.

Independent 53, Bluestem 29 — Alise Coccetella scored 15 points for Independent (3-3, 1-0) as the Panthers cruised to the victory. Sydney Clark added 10 points for Independent.

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