Check back throughout the night for updated scores and highlights from tonight’s action.
We will post verifiable scores from around the Wichita area including City League, AV-CTL, MCAA, Central Plains teams.
As final scores roll in see the story marked “TUESDAY'S KANSAS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCORES (DEC. 15).”
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Wichita Southeast 72, Wichita Heights 64 (FINAL) --Ronnie Presley hits 70 footer at the buzzer for the Buffs. Perry Ellis has 6 points and Gavin Thurman 8 in battle of sophs.
Southeast leads Heights 53-40 after 3. An Ellis basket at the end of the 3rd broke an 8-0 SE run.
Perry Ellis with 33 points and 10 rebs. In his first CL loss. Gavin Thurman leads balanced SE with 14 and 9.
Wichita East 63, Bishop Carroll 47 (FINAL) -- East scores 8 unanswered to end first quarter. Jal'n Love scored 9 in the first quarter.
Teance Walton led East with 18 points and six steals
Wichita Northwest 49, Wichita South 43 (FINAL) -- Campbell led Northwest with 7 as the Grizzlies led 20-15 after two quarters.
Wichita Heights 66, Wichita Southeast 42 (FINAL) -- Jhasmin Bowen led the Falcons with 10 points and nine rebounds before halftime as Heights had a 27-18 lead.
Kamisha Richard scores 17, and Bowen has 14 points and 13 rebounds for Heights. Jamillah Bonner leads Southeast with 18 and 11.
Andover Central 58, Augusta 24 (FINAL) -- Maddie Chapin led the Jaguars with 17 points while Tiffany Bias had 16.
Bishop Carroll 63, Wichita East 27 (FINAL) -- Carroll led 27-15 at halftime. Nicole Walden, 14 points, and Kathleen Duling, 13, led the scoring.
Wichita Northwest 48, Wichita South 40 (FINAL) -- Shauna Chauncey, South, 9.Aimee Wood, Northwest, 6 were the point-leaders at halftime as Northwest held a 17-16.
Cheney 58, Medicine Lodge 38 (FINAL) --Cheney raced out to a 42-17 halftime lead en route to the 20-point victory.Cheney (3-0) was led by Ally Nikkel's 17 points and Merissa Quick's inside presence. Medicine Lodge (1-2) was led by 15 points from Megan Honas.
Goddard 38, Hutchinson 31