A 22-1 first quarter helped Goddard cruise by Southeast 58-22 in a WATC Basketball Challenge girls game on Friday at Koch Arena.
Jenna Clasen scored 15 points and C.J. Wilhelp scored 13 for the Lions (3-4).
Natoria McCoy led Southeast with eight points.
Other CL vs. AV-CTL
Maize South 57, Northwest 29 – The Mavericks’ defense prevented Northwest from reaching 10 points in any quarter at Koch Arena. Sydney Mortensen had 11 points and Sierra Mortensen added 10 for Maize South.
McPherson 66, Augusta 35 – McPherson led 38-13 at halftime and got 19 points from Taylor Robertson. Brooke Eberhardt had nine points to lead Augusta.
Salina Central 66, Campus 52 – The visiting Colts fell behind by 14 in the first quarter and could never catch up. Hayley Leeper and Reagan Brown each had 13 points for Campus, while Gabby Bosley added 12.
Circle 58, Wellington 51 – A 22-6 third quarter helped the visiting Thunderbirds to a Division IV victory. Katie Frankenbery had 16 points to pace Circle with Emily Dennison adding 13. Lauren Snipes and Avery Rush had 14 each to lead Wellington.
Mulvane 43, Clearwater 30 – Emma Chambers scored 22 points to lead the host Wildcats to a Division III victory. Hayley Reibenspies had 14 to lead Clearwater.
Rose Hill 53, El Dorado 24 – Rose Hill’s defense stuffed El Dorado into an eight-point first half. Mackenzie Herman had 17 points and Anna Van Driel had 13 for the host Rockets.
Valley Center 54, Eisenhower 36 – The visiting Hornets scored 22 fourth-quarter points to take command. Bethany Reeves had 22 points and Taylor Latimer had 20 for Valley Center, while Brynn Minor had 13 points to lead Eisenhower.
Central Plains League
Garden Plain 62, Bluestem 11 – Noelle Dooley scored 16 points on 6-for-10 shooting for the host Owls. Garden Plain led 41-5 at halftime.
Conway Springs 31, Medicine Lodge 25 – Conway’s Alicia Carter had 10 points and was the only player in double figures as the host Cardinals beat Medicine Lodge.
Trinity Academy 41, Wichita Independent 26 – Trinity's Caroline Zielke scored 18 points to lead all players. The Knights, after taking a 25-18 halftime lead, held Independent to eight points in the second half.