Newton outscored Maize South 16-4 in overtime to beat the host Mavericks 69-57 in an Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League girls basketball game on Tuesday night.
Taylor Stahly scored 22 points and Payton Roberts had 15 for Newton.
Sierra Mortensen had 18 points and Jade Winter had 12 for Maize South.
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Carroll 43, North 36 – Shelby Lopez led 11 Eagles players who scored with 12 points in a home City League victory. Danisha Brown had eight points to lead North.
Collegiate 46, Augusta 36 – Kate Wilson’s 19 points helped the host Spartans beat Augusta in a non-division game. Alex Payne added 12 points for Collegiate while Morgan Kirk had 10 to lead Augusta.
Goddard 43, Campus 24 – Jenna Clasen’s 19 points led the Lions to a road victory in a non-division game. Samantha Schwab added 10 for Goddard.
Maize 76, Eisenhower 53 – Keiryn Swenson had 19 points, Daley Handy had 18 and Taylor Holmes had 14 in the visiting Eagle’s non-division victory. Unbeaten Maize led 36-18 at halftime. Mallory Miller had 15 points and Brynn Minor had 13 points for Eisenhower.
Circle 46, Rose Hill 36 – Rose Hill was held to 12 first-half points. Emily Dennison had 19 points to lead the host T-Birds, while Mackenzie Herman had 13 points to lead Rose Hill.
Garden Plain 32, Conway Springs 24 – The host Owls overcame a first half in which 14 combined points were scored. Garden Plain, led by Noelle Dooley’s 11 points, scored 17 points after compiling 15 in the first three quarters combined.
Augusta 56, KC Ward 49 – The Orioles took a 19-4 lead in the first quarter and maintained it behind 15 points from Dustyn McEachern and 10 each from Connor Hurst and Gannon Marcotte. The Orioles advanced to the Baldwin tournament semifinals.
Andale 65, Rose Hill 42 – In a first-round game at the Halstead tournament, Andale led 41-14 at halftime and cruised into the semifinals. Eleven Indians scored, led by Jeffery Ast’s 12 points.