Varsity Basketball

Tuesday's basketball roundup (Dec. 15)

Eagle staff

Northwest’s boys never trailed, but had to withstand a 10-point fourth quarter by South’s Stephon Burton to hold off the Titans 49-43 on Tuesday at Northwest. The Grizzlies had a 34-26 lead entering the final period, but Burton, a 6-foot senior, had 10 of his 14 points in the final period, including seven that he scored in a 4½-minute span, capped by three free throws with 23.3 seconds to play after he was fouled on a three-point attempt.Dave Carson’s 13 points and Craig Nicholson’s 11 paced a balanced Northwest attack. The Grizzlies’ scoring included five three-pointers.

South (1-4, 1-3) 7 8 11 17 — 43Northwest (3-2, 3-1) 14 6 14 15 — 49SOUTH: Buchanan 3 2-3 8, Kelly 2 2-2 8, Craig 2 2-2 6, Burton 4 5-5 14, Perkins 1 0-0 2. Campbell 2 1-1 5. Totals 14 (3) 12-13 43.NORTHWEST: Nicholson 3 4-6 11, Carson 4 3-4 13, Fox 3 1-2 8, Collins 2 2-4 6, Landenberger 0 0-0 0, Johnson 2 2-2 7, Miller 2 0-0 4, Carter 0 0-0 0, White 0 0-0 0. Totals 16 (5) 12-18 49.

Other City LeagueNorth 84, West 67 — Briston White (20), Conner Frankamp (17) and Chekiel Wright (15) combined for 52 of North’s 84 points.North surged in the second half to break open a close game by outscoring West 45-32.West 23 12 11 21 -- 67North 18 21 28 17 -- 84

WEST: Flournoy 1 0-1 3, Rivera 1 0-0 2, Gantt 6 0-4 13, Washington 3 1-2 7, J. Jones 4 2-4 11, A. Jones 2 0-0 6, Eatmon 3 1-2 10, Scruggs 2 0-0 5, Thomas 2 0-0 4, Griffin 2 2-6 6. Totals 26 (8) 6-19 67.NORTH: Dukes 0 2-2 2, Brison White 5 1-2 11, Tolliver 3 0-0 6, Briston White 10 0-0 20, Frankamp 6 2-3 17, C. Wright 5 2-4 15, Robertson 6 1-2 13. Totals 30 (6) 6-9 84.

Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail

Campus 53, Newton 38 — Brett Thomas scored 16 points as the visiting Colts won an AV-CTL Division II game.Campus led 35-17 at halftime.Campus 20 15 14 4 — 53Newton 8 9 10 11 — 38CAMPUS: Brown 4, Brundige 3, Charles 11, Falley 2, Schuelke 7, Meier 6, Thomas 16, Flax 4. Totals 19 (5) 10-17 53.NEWTON: Vermillion 7, Denno 2, Preston 4, Harms 4, Rambo 5, Dorrell 4, Alexander 2, Moreland 10. Totals 16 (2) 4-5 38.

Andale 61, Wellington 35 _ Dylan Hawkins scored 10 of his 16 points in the first half for Andale.Wellington 3 12 7 13 — 35Andale 16 16 17 12 — 61WELLINGTON: Je. Edwards 7, Gurley 2, Anderson 11, Heath 9, Vargas 4, Wilson 2. Totals 13 (0) 9-16 35.ANDALE: O’Hair 2, Hermreck 12, Meyer 5, Hawkins 16, Rock 6, Schiff 5, Gogner 7, Archer 4, Bergkamp 2, Pote 2. Totals 23 (1) 61.

Rose Hill 71, Kingman 39 — Dillon Rapp scored 23 points for Rose Hill.Tyler Shirley and Sam Newton added 19 and 13.Layne Klausmeyer paced Kingman with 15 points.Rose Hill 21 16 12 22 -- 71Kingman 8 14 9 8 -- 39

ROSE HILL: Pritchard 2, Shirley 19, Peabody 1, Khalidi 9, Rapp 23, Newton 13, Paddock 4. Totals 29 (5) 8-18 71.KINGMAN: Klausmeyer 15, Kaufman 2, Erdman 6, Hageman 3, McCormick 3, Knoblauch 2, Bergkamp 8. Totals 13 (8) 5-14 39.

Circle 41, Clearwater 37 — Circle built a 25-11 halftime lead then had to hold off Clearwater in the second half.Brett Tunnell led Circle in scoring with 12. Dylan Spencer scored 18 for Clearwater.Clearwater 8 3 9 17 -- 37Circle 13 12 7 9 -- 41

CLEARWATER: Spencer 18, Davis 2, Sommer 2, Adams 2, Swally 13. Totals 14 (4) 5-9 37.CIRCLE: Harstine 2, Warren 5, Shepherd 7, Tunnell 12, Kinder 4, Gardinier 5, Phillips 6. Totals 16 (3) 6-15 41.

Maize 87, Salina South 56 — Maize improved to 4-0, defeating AV-CTL Division I opponent Salina South.

Maize 14 29 23 21 — 87Salina South 11 19 18 8 — 56MAIZE: B.Sturgeon 9, Langley 12, Davis 12, Schultz 16, Lee 12, McCarthy 14, Hammack 4, Hosman 3, Wolgamott 3, Cole 2. Totals 34 16-26 87.SALINA SOUTH: D.Smith 11, D.Jones 11, Wiechman 13, A.Jones 12, Forrester 8, Ernzen 1. Totals 23 9-23 56.

Salina Central boys 52, Derby 50 — Central won its first game, handing the Panthers their first loss.Derby 11 19 5 15 — 50Salina Central 13 7 16 16 — 52DERBY: Tucker 4, Z. Steadman 13, Richardson 5, Cornelius 14, K. Steadman 14. Totals 20 4-12 50.SALINA CENTRAL: James 2, Wooten 16, Gardner 4, Williams 25, Moore 2, Counts 3. Totals 21 7-15 52.

Buhler 53, El Dorado 44 — Sophomore Trevor Torgerson scored 16 points for Buhler.Buhler hit 12 of 14 free throws in the fourth quarter.El Dorado 5 9 10 20 -- 44Buhler 12 12 7 22 -- 53

EL DORADO: Payne 5, Locke 5, Just 9, Jensen 9, Bookout 5, Clites 9, Brown 2. Totals 12 (3) 17-26 44.BUHLER: Torgerson 16, Reffner 6, A. Massey 2, S. Massey 2, Pankratz 9, Lohrentz 7, Temel 7, Givens 4. Totals 17 (5) 14-18 53.

Central PlainsGarden Plain 71, Belle Plaine 46 — The Owls surged to an 18-point lead after the opening quarter and rolled to victory. Jake Becker and Chris Sponsel scored 17 points apiece for Garden Plain.

Garden Plain 24 14 15 18 -- 71Belle Plaine 6 20 10 10 -- 46

GARDEN PLAIN: Klausmeyer 5, Becker 17, Jennings 5, Bugner 4, Sponsel 17, Hartshorn 7, Eck 4, C.Kerschen 8, Mannebach 2, Wapelhorst 2. Totals 25 (3) 18-24 71.BELLE PLAINE: Richardson 11, Stewart 9, Siemers 5, Wilkerson 3, Jantz 2, Scott 1, Gooch 12, Throop 3. Totals 17 (2) 10-18 46.

Douglass 58, W. Trinity 43 — Jake Lovendahl scored 21 points to pace Douglass, which jumped to a 24-12 halftime lead.Morgan Burns paced Trinity with 17 points.

Douglass 11 13 11 23 -- 58Wichita Trinity 5 7 14 17 -- 43

DOUGLASS: Holthaus 12, Frakey 4, Lovendahl 21, Smith 6, Nachbor 12, Shenolt 3. Totals 22 (0) 14-19 58.WICHITA TRINITY: Billings 4, Dohm 3, Kempin 2, Netherton 3, Ziesch 4, Kessinger 10, Burns 17. Totals 13 (4) 13-17 43.

MCAACollegiate 61, Smoky Valley 34 — Blake Jablonski scored 15 points as Collegiate’s full-court pressure wore down Smoky Valley.Trace Clark added 13 points and five rebounds.Wichita Collegiate 16 12 23 10 -- 61Smoky Valley 12 6 9 7 -- 34

WICHITA COLLEGIATE: Cornejo 3, Richardson 5, Fiegel 2, LeMaster 4, Burton 7, Jablonski 15, Phox 8, Bailey 4, Clark 13. Totals 21 (9) 10-12 61.SMOKY VALLEY: Deterding 4, Pihl 1, Thomas 1, DeWitt 2, Hulse 6, Walton 6, Nelson 12, VanRanken 2. Totals 13 (0) 8-14 34.

Eagle staffEast played a methodical game Tuesday at Carroll, making multiple passes around the perimeter on most possessions. But the Aces couldn’t slow Carroll, losing 63-27.East forced 25 turnovers and hit 22 of 45 shots, including 7 of 14 from three-point range.Nicole Walden led all scorers with 14 points, while Kathleen Duling had 13. Emmie Rech finished with 11, hitting 4 of 4 shots — three were three-pointers. Cathy Brugman had a game-high nine rebounds, as well.East (0-2, 0-2) 6 4 7 10 — 27Bishop Carroll (4-0, 4-0) 13 14 17 19 — 63EAST: Poland 2 1-4 6, Sanders 1 0-0 2, Reed 2 0-0 4, Miller 1 0-0 2, Malone 1 0-0 2, Spann 3 0-0 6, S. Hobbs 1 1-1 3, M. Johnson 1 0-0 2. Totals 12 (1) 2-5 11 27.CARROLL: Walden 7 0-0 14, Brugman 1 2-2 4, Sooter 1 2-4 4, Duling 5 0-2 13, Rech 4 0-0 11, Balderas 0 2-2 2, Noetzel 1 0-0 3, Lubbers 1 6-8 8, Seltenreich 2 0-0 4. Totals 22 (7) 12-18 10 63.

City LeagueNorth 78, West 19 — Naomi Rosales scored 24 points for North, which led 44-9 at halftime.West 1 8 3 7 -- 19North 20 24 19 15 -- 78WEST: McCoy 2 1-1 6, Stewart 2 0-0 4, Carter 2 0-0 4, Palacioz 0 3-6 3, Rhone 0 2-4 2, Scales 0 0-2 0, Wesley 0 0-1 0. Totals 5 (1) 6-13 19.NORTH: Dennis 4 1-2 10, Tyler 8 0-0 16, Wyatt 1 0-2 2, Williams 2 0-0 4, Rosales 11 2-3 24, Hardwell 1 0-0 2, Moore 1 0-0 2, Brown 1 0-0 3, Patterson 2 1-2 5, Beshears 4 0-0 8, Evans 1 0-0 2 . Totals 34 (2) 4-9 78.

Ark Valley-Chisholm TrailSalina South girls 50, Maize 30 — The Cougars stayed undefeated in its AV-CTL Division I opener.Maize 4 8 4 14 — 30Salina South 11 13 9 17 — 50MAIZE: Nicholson 2, Cox 6, Chamberlin 8, McCreath 6, Witt 8. Totals 11 6-10 30.SALINA SOUTH: Antenen 3, Goodness 6, Carey 2, Thompson 10, Bristow 2, Smith 11, Haynes 12, Holloway 4. Totals 13 22-30 50.

Salina Central girls 66, Derby 21 — Derby couldn’t recover from a 17-2 first quarter deficit, as it lost its first league game.

Derby 2 9 3 7 — 21Salina Central 17 12 19 18 — 66DERBY (1-2): Smith 7, Gurley 4, Tullis 2, Liebst 1, Hilt 3, Jimenez 0, Prewitt 2, Onken 1, Mosqueda 1, Long 0, Vorderstrasse 0, Stainrod 0. Totals 3-26 14-27 21.SALINA CENTRAL (1-2): Kinder 4, McMillan 10, Wiggins 14, Counts 9, Bujanda 5, Bennett 4, Briggs 8, Cooper 6, Parker 2, Michel 4. Totals 22 21-29 66.

Circle 50, Clearwater 37 — Kyrstie Ehm scored 15 points, and Hannah Flaming added 13 for Circle, which rallied from a one-point halftime deficit.Tricia Vogel led Clearwater with 15 points, and Sara Hoover added 12.Clearwater 16 6 7 8 -- 37Circle 10 11 23 6 -- 50CLEARWATER: Ring 1, Hoover 12, Vogel 15, Tjaden 2, Stever 2, Lauer 5. Totals 14 (3) 6-9 37.CIRCLE: Hon 2, Flaming 13, Ehm 15, Burden 7, Barrett 4, Couey 7, Richard 2. Totals 22 (1) 5-10 50.

Andale 50, Wellington 46 — Shelli Martin’s 16 points paced Andale.Dani Anderson led Wellington with 12 points.Wellington 5 15 13 13 -- 46Andale 8 18 7 17 -- 50

WELLINGTON: Weber 3, Whaley 9, Amrein 9, Adams 3, Becker 6, Wiley 4, Anderson 12. Totals 17 (8) 4-9 46.ANDALE: Orth 4, Blasi 4, Martin 16 Bogner 8, Macari 6, Ast 6, Carney 6. Totals 21 (0) 8-17 50.

Andover 51, Mulvane 36 — Audrey Meisch scored 15 points, and Kylie Cooper added 14 for Andover.Jolee Gosch led Mulvane with nine points, and Taylor Bell added seven.Mulvane 12 7 6 11 -- 36Andover 12 10 17 12 -- 51

MULVANE: Wilson 2, Morton 3, Bell 7, Reusser 2, Parsons 4, Miller 3, Smith 4, Gosch 9. Totals 12 (2) 10-15 36.ANDOVER: Cooper 14, Bezdek 3, Tilson 10, Wilhams 5, Cranmer 3, Dick 1, Meisch 15. Totals 17 (4) 13-28 51.

Rose Hill 60, Kingman 27 — Whitney Bates scored 13 of her 18 points in the first half for Rose Hill.Kelsey Webber scored nine of her 15 points in the second half.Rose Hill 15 14 17 14 -- 60Kingman 7 6 11 3 -- 27

ROSE HILL: Burnett 8, Bates 18, Downing 2, Justice 2, Webber 15, Rash 2, Bonar 4, Lucas 9. Totals 24 (5) 7-8 60.KINGMAN: Schrag 1, Mertens 3, Molitor 6, Funke 3, Govert 4, Miller 8, Ybarra 2. Totals 10 (0) 7-14 27.

Newton 73, Campus 45 — Kate Lehman scored 17 points, and Avery Vogts added 16 for Newton.Campus 12 11 12 10 -- 45Newton 16 18 22 17 -- 73

CAMPUS: Wheeler 10, As. Krier 5, Dickey 12, Brown 9, Thompson 2, Vann 1, Al. Krier 2, Chrisman 2, Smith 2. Totals 14 (4) 13-17 45.NEWTON: Tolle 2, Pendry 2, Hiebert 4, Rangel 4, McCartney 12, McMullen 6, Scott 10, Vogts 16, Lehman 17. Totals 30 (6) 7-11 73.

Buhler 61, El Dorado 53 — The visiting Wildcats were forced to play catch-up after being shut out in the first quarter.Stephanie Patterson had 18 points to lead Buhler, while Ashley Leckliter had 14 to lead El Dorado.El Dorado 0 19 19 15 — 53Buhler 19 9 12 21 — 61EL DORADO: Heslop 4, Leckliter 14, House 6, Utech 2, Klein 4, Slayton 11, Rice 12. Totals 17 (2) 17-36 53.BUHLER: Winter 1, K. Patterson 4, Pankratz 4, Goertzen 3, S. Patterson 18, Dunning 7, Gawith 2, Williams 13, Woodard 9. Totals 18 (4) 21-40 61.

Andover Central 58, Augusta 24 — Behind a stifling man-to-man defense, Andover Central forced 33 turnovers in its route host Augusta.Maddie Chapin led the Jaguars with a game-high 17 points, while Tiffany Bias chipped in 16.Andover Central 19 8 17 14 — 58Augusta 3 3 8 10 — 24

ANDOVER CENTRAL: Henry 2, Potter 4, Tennyson 4, Chapin 17, Harding 8, Bias 16, Gee 2, Stiverson 5. Totals 24 (2) 8-14 148.AUGUSTA: Rives 1, Williams 12, Crawford 7, Wallace 2, Carr 2. Totals 7 (5) 5-8 47.

Central PlainsGarden Plain 79, Belle Plaine 27 — Samantha Ledy (17), Nicole Dooley (16) and Ann Pauly (15) combined for 48 of Garden Plain’s 79 points.Taylor Scott led Medicine Lodge with 12 points.Garden Plain 15 26 23 15 -- 79Belle Plaine 8 6 9 4 -- 27

GARDEN PLAIN: Stuhlsatz 4, Dooley 16, Hoheisel 4, Ledy 17, Potter 2, Keimig 2, Martin 6, Renyer 7, Pauly 15, Fisher 6. Totals 29 (0) 21-24 79.BELLE PLAINE: Scott 12, Hamersky 2, Crenshaw 3, McIntyre 3, Myers 3, Hunt 4. Totals 8 (3) 8-17 27.

Cheney 58, Medicine Lodge 38 — Cheney raced 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 Megan Honas’ 15 points.Medicine Lodge 4 13 8 13 — 38Cheney 22 20 12 4 — 58MEDICINE LODGE: Christensen 3, Roe 4, Honas 15, Rice 5, Oldham 8, Boor 3. Totals 13 (0) 12-22 38.CHENEY: Scheer 6, Nikkel 17, Pinkley 6, Traxson 8, Strunk 2, Patterson 9, Twietmeyer 4, Quick 6.

Douglass 64, W. Trinity 23 — Lauren Green’s 21 points paced Douglass, which jumped to a 41-13 halftime lead.

Douglass 19 22 10 13 -- 64Wichita Trinity 8 5 6 4 -- 23

DOUGLASS: Weber 6, Guthrie 14, Baughman 6, Basham 4, Young 3, Bratcher 9, Green 21, Logsdon 1. Totals 26 (5) 7-13 64.WICHITA TRINITY: Coleman 5, Schwertfeger 8, Crew 2, Lewallen 2, Harter 6. Totals 10 (0) 3-11 23.

MCAACollegiate 69, Smoky Valley 41 — Ashia Woods scored 28 points for Collegiate.Lori Dauer scored 15 points for Smoky Valley.Sadie Clark added nine for Collegiate.Collegiate 23 14 17 15 -- 69Smoky Valley 11 13 8 9 -- 41

COLLEGIATE: Massey 2, Green 4, Lower 9, Phox 7, Dunn 4, Horton 4, Clark 9, Broberg 2, Woods 28. Totals 26 (1) 16-22 69.SMOKY VALLEY: Weibert 3, Sherwood 4, Scott 4, Whitaker 6, Martin 2, Lindsheild 7, Dauer 15. Totals 12 (0) 17-25 41.

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