Varsity Basketball

Tuesday's roundup (Jan. 5)

Girls

Naomi Rosales scored 19 points to help North defeat East 58-43 Tuesday night.

Kelli Tyler added 12 for the Redskins.

East could not cut the deficit closer than seven points in the second half.

Jaleesa Dennis hit four fourth-quarter free throws to finish with 11 points for North.

East was led by Tori Spann's 11 points. Dayvanna Horton (6), KiKi Miller (6), Elana Reed (7) and Mackenzie Hobbs (6) combined for 25 points.

East (0-5, 0-5) 3 17 14 9 — 43

North (2-3, 2-3) 12 19 12 15 — 58

EAST: Poland 0 0-0 0, Washington 0 2-2 2, Miller 2 2-4 6, Reed 3 1-3 7, Sanders 0 0-0 0, Horton 1 4-8 6, Spann 4 2-4 11, Johnson 1 2-4 4, Malone 0 1-2 1, M. Hobbs 2 2-3 6, S. Hobbs 0 0-0 0, Pendarvis 0 0-0 0, Kaufman 0 0-0 0, Dixon 0 0-0 0. Totals 13 (1) 16-30 43.

NORTH: Hardwell 0 0-0 0, Dennis 3 5-6 11, Rosales 8 3-4 19, Tyler 6 0-0 12, Moore 2 0-0 4, Brown 0 0-0 0, Williams 1 0-0 2, Beshears 2 0-0 4, Wyatt 0 4-4 4, Patterson 1 0-0 2. Totals 23 (0) 12-14 58.

Northwest 65, West 23 — The Grizzlies won by 42 points despite no player scoring in double figures. Alaina Shine led with nine, while Genet Loganbill scored eight off the bench.

Veronica Sutton had 17 points to lead West.

Northwest (6-1, 5-1) 23 23 7 12 — 65

West (0-6, 0-5) 4 8 0 11 — 23

NORTHWEST: McPherson 3 0-3 6, M. Millspaugh 2 3-3 7, A. Millspaugh 2 2-2 8, T. Nolen 1 2-2 4, Wood 1 2-4 5, Caldwell 3 0-0 7, Loganbill 3 1-4 8, Allen 0 2-2 2, Shine 2 5-6 9, McAlpine 3 1-2 7, Simon 1 0-0 2. Totals 21 (5) 18-28 65.

WEST: Steward 0 0-4 0, Scales 1 0-0 2, Rhone 0 0-2 0, Carter 2 0-0 4, Sutton 6 2-3 17. Totals 9 (3) 2-9 23.

Southeast 55, South 41 — The Buffaloes had just one scorer in double figures with Jamillah Bonner’s 15, but eight other players scored to offset big nights by South’s Shauna Chauncey and Alex Gregg.

Chauncey scored a game-high 19 and Gregg added 15, but the rest of the team combined for just seven points. South led 14-9 after one quarter, but the Buffaloes regrouped to lead at halftime and slowly extended their lead from there.

Southeast (4-3, 3-3) 9 17 13 16 — 55

South (2-4, 2-4) 14 10 8 9 — 41

SOUTHEAST: Gates 2 2-4 7, Bonner 4 6-8 15, Broadus 2 0-2 4, Maxwell 3 1-1 7, Thompson 3 2-4 8, Clark 2 0-1 4, Raines 1 0-0 2, Garnes 2 2-4 6, Loggins 1 0-0 2. Totals 20 (2) 13-24 55.

SOUTH: Chauncey 5 9-16 19, Gregg 3 7-9 15, Almonte 1 1-4 4 Clark 1 0-0 2, Juarez 0 1-4 1. Totals 10 (3) 18-33 41.

AV-CTL

Clearwater 43, Andale 40 — Tricia Vogel hit 4 of 4 free throws in the final 1:30 to help Clearwater hold off Andale.

Vogel finished with 19 points, nine in the second quarter.

Andale 8 5 13 14 — 40

Clearwater 13 14 10 6 — 43

ANDALE: Blasi 9, Martin 11, Bogner 6, Macari 2, Carney 12. Totals 14 (0) 12-17 40.

CLEARWATER: Jaax 2, Hoover 11, Vogel 19, Stever 2, Lauer 9. Totals 17 (4) 5-10 43.

Newton 51, Campus 39 — Kate Lehman scored 19 points to spark Newton.

Casandra Brown, who hit two threes in the first quarter, led Campus in scoring with 13.

Newton 13 11 10 17 -- 51

Campus 8 10 7 14 -- 39

NEWTON: Pendry 2, Hiebert 2, Rangel 4, McCartney 12, McMullen 2, Scott 5, Vogts 3, Minkevitch 2, Lehman 19 . Totals 19 (2) 11-21 51.

CAMPUS: Martin 8, Wheeler 4, Dickey 5, Brown 13, Mayer 9. Totals 14 (5) 6-12 39.

Buhler 57, Mulvane 52 — Kim Patterson scored 18 points for Mulvane.

Stephanie Wilson led Mulvane in scoring with 16.

Buhler 9 19 12 17 -- 57

Mulvane 12 10 11 19 -- 52

BUHLER: Sasse 2, Lointer 3, Pankratz 7, Goertzen 7, Patterson 18, N. Walton 2, Dunning 2, Willse 2, Woodard 10, K. Patterson 4. Totals 20 (5) 12-22 57.

MULVANE: Wilson 16, Morton 11, Reusser 3, Smith 6, Parsons 6, Miller 6, Locke 2, Bish 2. Totals 22 (0) 8-25 52.

Central Plains

Douglass 79, Independent 23 — Lauren Green scored 17 points, and Brittney Bratcher added 15 for Douglass.

Anique Valmont led Independent in scoring with seven.

Independent 7 5 8 3 -- 23

Douglass 20 22 22 15 -- 79

INDEPENDENT: Valmont 7, Ramseyer 5, Dunne 2, A. Baldridge 5, Yeskie 2, J. Baldridge 2. Totals 20 (6) 3-4 23.

DOUGLASS: Weber 2, Guthrie 6, Baughman 2, Basham 12, Bratcher 15, Green 17, Young 13, Logsdon 12. Totals 34 (2) 9-14 79.

Garden Plain 62, Chaparral 32 — Jordan Hoheisel scored eight of her 12 points in the second quarter as Garden Plain raced to a 34-17 halftime lead.

Nicole Dooley hit 12 points for the Owls, and Anna Pauly had 11.Heather Ross and Brandi Barwick had six points each for Chaparral.

Garden Plain 10 24 13 15 -- 62

Chaparral 10 7 4 11 -- 32

GARDEN PLAIN: Stuhlsatz 2, Dooley 12, Hoheisel 12, Ledy 10, Potter 2, Keimig 5, Martin 2, Renger 4, Pauly 11, Fisher 2. Totals 25 (2) 10-15 62.

CHAPARRAL: Ross 6, Smith 5, Cox 5, Sheperd 4, Ballard 2, Ireland 4, Barwick 6. Totals 11 (2) 8-13 32.

MCAA

Collegiate 58, Halstead 20 — Collegiate’s 16-1 run to start the game set the tone for the teams’ MCAA opener.

Ashia Woods scored the first eight points on her way to a game-high 14 points.

Halstead 4 6 7 3 — 20

Collegiate 16 19 17 6 — 58

HALSTEAD: Roberts 8, Vermillion 8, Sooter 3, Matlack 1. Totals 7 (1) 5-17 20.

COLLEGIATE: Woods 14, Broberg 10, Clark 6, Phox 6, Massey 5, Lower 5, Green 4, Dunn 4, Skar 2, Courtney 2. Totals 26 (4) 2-4 58.

Boys

Anthony Collins scored 18 points to lead Northwest to a 74-67 victory over West on Tuesday night.

It was the third straight victory for the Grizzlies.

Chris Fox and Craig Nicholson each scored 12 for Northwest.

West cut into a 11-point halftime deficit behind Jamez Jones’ 24 points.

Northwest (5-2, 5-1) 20 16 21 17 -- 74

West (1-5, 0-5) 14 11 20 22 -- 67

NORTHWEST: Collins 7 4-7 18, Beeker 1 0-0 2, Fox 4 3-5 12, Nicholson 3 3-4 12, Landenberger 4 0-1 8, Miller 3 0-0 6, Carson 2 0-0 5, Gales 1 0-2 2, Johnson 3 3-5 9. Totals 28 (5) 13-24 74.

WEST: Jones 1 3-4 6, Flourney 2 0-0 4, Ganty 1 4-6 6, Washington 2 1-2 5, Jones 6 10-12 24, Eatman 1 1-1 3, Guy 0 1-2 1, Scruggs 5 0-0 12, Thomas 3 0-0 6. Totals 16 (5) 20-27 67.

AV-CTL

Campus 49, Newton 35 — Jack Charles scored 18 points as the Colts pulled away late in the game.

Newton 11 12 8 4 — 35

Campus 17 13 7 12 — 49

NEWTON: Al. Vermillion 2, Grosch 2, Denno 2, Preston 6, Rambo 9, Dorrell 2, Moreland 12. Totals 14 (1) 6-8 35.

CAMPUS: Blaha 3, Brown 4, Brundige 2, Charles 18, Schuelke 2, Meier 12, Thomas 6, Flax 2. Totals 18 (3) 10-17 49.

Andale 56, Clearwater 44 — Scott Hermreck scored 20 points, and Austin Meyer added 14 for Andale.

Trevor Bowman scored 16 points, and Dylan Swalley added 14 for Clearwater.

Andale 15 16 6 19 -- 56

Clearwater 9 8 13 14 -- 44

ANDALE: Hermreck 20, Bergkamp 6, Meyer 14, Hawkins 6, Meierhoff 5, Schiff 5. Totals 16 (3) 21-29 56.

CLEARWATER: Spencer 4, Bowman 16, Reibenspies 2, Adams 2, Frickey 6, Swalley 14. Totals 19 (4) 2-5 44.

Buhler 62, Mulvane 55 — J.P. Lohrentz scored 14 points to pace Buhler.

Gus Strunk’s 16 points led Mulvane.

Buhler 15 18 9 20 -- 62

Mulvane 10 12 16 17 -- 55

BUHLER: Torgenson 12, A. Massey 1, S. Massey 2, Pankratz 4, Lohrentz 14, Temel 7, Givens 13, Allen 9. Totals 23 (4) 12-17 62.

MULVANE: Duncan 10, Strunk 16, Hamilton 6, Gerlach 2, McBratney 19. Totals 23 (4) 5-7 55.

Andover 57, Augusta 37 — Alex Tyler’s 15 points sparked Andover.

Connor Carman led Augusta in scoring with nine.

Andover 18 13 10 16 -- 57

Augusta 7 8 9 13 -- 37

ANDOVER: Garmen 11, B. Kuasnicka 5, Ayers 1, Oberg 5, Jobe 9, Tyler 15, Ralston 6, Malone 2, Wreath 6. Totals 23 (6) 5-8 57.

AUGUSTA: Powers 3, Carman 9, A. Clausing 1, Richmond 2, Smith 6, Erwin 8, S. Clausing 8. Totals 11 (2) 13-18 37.

Central Plains

Douglass 71, W. Independent 57 — Jared Holthaus (20), Jake Lovendahl (15) and Blake Nachbor (15) combined for 50 of Douglass’ 71 points.

Cale White led Independent with 22 points.

Independent 12 17 9 19 -- 57

Douglass 19 16 18 18 -- 71

INDEPENDENT: Palmer 4, Dean 6, White 22, Neville 9, Dunne 2, Fahnestock 10, Kaufman 2, Rice 2. Totals 21 (9) 6-10 57.

DOUGLASS: Holthaus 20, Fraley 5, Lovendahl 15, Smith 10, Nachbor 15, Shenold 4, Bannon 2. Totals 27 (6) 11-21 71.

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