Varsity Basketball

Friday's basketball roundup (Jan. 8)

Girls

East held off Kapaun’s fourth-quarter surge for a 44-39 victory, the first win of the season for the Aces.

East and Kapaun traded leads in the final period. Arisa Shaw hit a jumper to get Kapaun to within 40-39 with 1:16 to go, then the Crusaders got the ball back when East turned it over on a jump ball.

Shaw drove the lane for a shot, but it missed. After East’s Tori Spann scored on a fastbreak for the three-point lead, Shaw’s three-pointer rimmed out.

East’s KiKi Miller hit two free throws for the final score.

East freshman Relina Johnson scored 12 of her team-high 13 points in the first half. Kapaun was led by Shaw’s 13 points, while Alex Rodriguez had 12 points, six rebounds.

Kapaun Mount Carmel (1-5, 1-4) 4 7 16 12 — 39

East (1-5, 1-5) 8 10 11 15 — 44

KAPAUN: Andersen 0 2-4 2, Morton 1 1-1 3, Rodriguez 3 6-8 12, Shaw 6 0-0 13, Gahagan 0 1-2 1, Sevart 1 2-4 4, Clark 1 0-2 2, Lantz 1 0-0 2. Totals 13 (1) 12-21 39.

EAST: Poland 1 3-7 5, Hobbs 1 0-2 2, Reed 0 0-1 0, Spann 3 2-2 8, Miller 0 3-6 3, Johnson 4 5-6 13, Horton 3 3-4 9, Malone 1 2-2 4. Totals 13 (0) 18-30 44.

Other CL

North 56, South 48 — First, South lost an 11-point second-half lead. Then it lost one of its top players in Alex Gregg, ejected in the final quarter after receiving her second techical foul. Finally, it lost the game as North used a 22-5 fourth quarter to rally for the win.

Jaleesa Dennis hit several big shots in the second half to lead the Redskins' comeback. She finished with 19 points, 16 in the final quarter. Teammate Kelli Tyler also had 19 points.

Gregg finished with a team-high 17 points for South and Shauna Chauncey 12.

South (2-5, 2-5) 12 16 15 5 — 48

North (3-3, 3-3) 12 13 11 22 — 56

South: Chauncey 3 5-7 12, Glover 2 3-4 7, Gregg 7 0-0 17, Almonte 1 2-4 4, Clark 1 3-4 5, Juarez 1 1-2 3. Totals 15 (4) 14-21 48.

North: Williams 0 1-2 1, Dennis 4 8-10 19, Beshears 3 0-0 7, Wyatt 0 1-2 1, Rosales 4 3-4 11, Tyler 5 9-11 19. Totals 16 (4) 22-29 58.

Carroll 81, West 13 — Carroll led 46-6 at halftime and improved to 7-0.

Julie Sooter led four Eagles in double figures, including Hannah Lubbers, Cathy Brugman and Nicole Walden.

Veronica Sutton, JoJo Stewart and Aujanae McCoy scored for West.

Bishop Carroll (7-0, 7-0) 18 28 20 15 — 81

West (0-6, 0-6) 3 3 4 3 — 13

CARROLL: Rech 1 0-0 3, Duling 1 3-4 6, Brugman 5 0-0 11, Sooter 10 1-2 21, Walden 5 1-1 11, Lubbers 5 2-4 12, Noetzel 0 0-0 0, Linnebur 1 2-3 4, Seltenreich 1 3-5 5, Meis 1 0-0 3, Reichenberger 2 1-2 5. Totals 32 (4) 13-21 81.

WEST: Reyes 0 0-0 0, Stewart 2 0-2 5, Rhone 0 0-0 0, Carter 0 0-0 0, Sutton 2 0-0 6, Gieger 0 0-0 0, Calhoun 0 0-0 0, Wesley 0 0-0 0, McCoy 1 0-0 2, Palacioz 0 0-0 0, Scales 0 0-0 0. Totals 5 (3) 0-2 13.

AV-CTL

Salina South 36, Goddard 29 — Sally Thompson scored 13 points to lead Salina South.

Kjia Hart paced Goddard with 14 points.

Goddard 6 10 4 9 – 29

Salina South 2 14 15 5 – 36

GODDARD: Zoglman 6, Hart 14, Keller 3, Puthoff 4, Rausch 2. Totals 8-37 13-21 29.

SALINA SOUTH: Antenen 9, Goodness 3, Carey 2, Thompson 13, Bristow 4, Smith 5. Totals 10-30 15-21 36.

Campus 54, Valley Center 47 — Amber Mayer scored 19 points while making all seven of her free throws in the home victory. Also in double figures for the Colts (2-5, 2-2) was Casandra Brown, who finished with 14.

Leading the way for the Hornets (3-4, 2-1) was senior Cassy Mayber, who finished with 16 points.

Valley Center led 33-32 at the end of the third quarter, but Campus made 13 of 17 from the line in the final period to seal the win.

Valley Center 14 6 13 14 — 47

Campus 14 10 8 22 — 54

VALLEY CENTER: Mayber 16, Canaday 9, McCormick 6, Ma. Williams 6, Me. Williams 5, Wedekind 3, Otte 2. Totals 17 (3) 10-19 47.

CAMPUS: Mayer 19, Brown 14, Martin 9, Wheeler 7, Dickey 5. Totals 16 (5) 17-22 54.

Circle 40, Wellington 33 _ Charity Hon scored 11 of her 14 points in the first half, and Krrstie Ehm had eight of her 10 points in the second half for Circle. Hanna Flaming also hit 10 points for Circle.

Ashlyn Whaley, who hit four of six free throws to go with her two threes, led Wellington in scoring with 11.

Wellington 7 12 6 8 — 33

Circle 8 14 10 8 — 40

WELLINGTON: Weber 2, Whaley 11, Amrein 6, Adams 6, Anderson 8. Totals 9 (5) 10-14 33.

CIRCLE: Hon 14, Flaming 10, Ehm 10, burden 6. Totals 18 (2) 2-11 40.

Rose Hill 59, Clearwater 50 — Whitney Bates (19) and Kelsey Webber (13) combined for 32 of Rose Hill’s 59 points.

Tricia Vogel led Clearwater in scoring with 14. Sara Hoover added 12.

Rose Hill 17 9 18 15 -- 59

Clearwater 8 13 14 15 -- 50

ROSE HILL: Bernett 7, Bates 19, Justice 2, Webber 13, Rash 2, Bonar 8, Lucas 8. Totals 23 (3) 10-10 59.

CLEARWATER: Jaax 2, Hoover 12, Vogel 14, Tjaden 9, Cook 2, Lauer 11. Totals 20 (1) 9-14 50.

Andale 43, Kingman 26 — Shelly Martin scored 19 points for Andale, which surged to a 22-6 halftime lead.

Kingman 4 2 12 8 -- 26

Andale 10 12 9 12 -- 43

KINGMAN: Schrag 2, Mertens 6, Molitor 4, Funke 3, Govert 8, Miller 3. Totals 9 (1) 7-15 26.

ANDALE: K. Martin 2, Orth 2, S. Martin 19, Bogner 8, Macari 2, Ast 4, Carney 6. Totals 16 (1) 10-14 43.

Andover Central 57, Mulvane 29 — Tiffany Bias scored 25 points for Andover Central.

It’s the third time in six games she has scored 20 or more. Her highs have been 34 against Collegiate and Winfield.

Mulvane 4 8 2 15 -- 29

Andover Central 16 16 14 11 -- 57

MULVANE: Wilson 5, Morton 2, Bell 4, Reusser 4, Parsons 8, Miller 6. Totals 13 (0) 3-9 29.

ANDOVER CENTRAL: Henry 4, Potter 3, Tennyson 7, Chapin 8, Harding 1, Bias 25, Chamberlin 3, Gee 2, Stiverson 4. Totals 20 (5) 2-10 57.

Central Plains

Cheney 55, Douglass 40 —Merissa Quick, who hit seven of nine free throws, scored 19 points for Cheney.

Payton Scheer and Ally Nikkel added 10 points apiece for Cheney.

Brit Bratcher, who hit three three-pointers, led Douglass in scoring with 13.

Cheney 12 18 6 19 — 55

Douglass 15 7 4 14 — 40

CHENEY: Scheer 10, Nickkel 10, Pinkley 2, Patterson 7, Twitmeyer 7, Quick 19. Totals 18 (2) 17-27 55.

DOUGLASS: Weber 3, Guthrie 6, Basham 2, Beatcher 13, Grem 6, Young 10. Totals 15 (6) 4-7 40.

W. Independent 40, Belle Plaine 33 — Anique Valmont and Voyea Marshall scored 14 points apiece for Independent.

Independent 11 8 6 15 -- 40

Belle Plaine 2 12 7 12 -- 33

INDEPENDENT: Denno 3, Marshall 14, Fenner 3, Valmont 14, Maples 6. Totals 17 (2) 4-10 40.

BELLE PLAINE: Wilkerson 8, Scott 5, Hamersky 3, Crenshaw 3, Balsters 4, McIntyre 2, Myers 8. Totals 8 (2) 15-26 33.

Garden Plain 66, Conway Springs 60 (OT) — Ann Pauly scored 20 points and Samantha Ledy added 18 as Garden Plain won in overtime.

Kim Holt led Conway Springs in scoring with 16 and in rebounding with eight. Conway Springs rallied from a 13-point deficit after three quarters, sending the game into overtime.

Conway Springs 9 12 14 20 5 -- 60

Garden Plain 9 21 18 7 11 -- 66

CONWAY SPRINGS: C. Ebenkamp 8, Koester 8, J. Ebenkamp 8, Zoglmann 13, Hullinger 2, May 3, Berntsen 2, Holt 16 . Totals 20 (5) 15-26 60.

GARDEN PLAIN: Stuhlsatz 4, Dooley 9, Hoheisel 9, Ledy 18, Potter 5, Pauly 20, Fisher 1. Totals 26 (0) 14-27 66.

MCAA

Collegiate 67, Sterling 28 — Mariah Green scored 12 of her 18 points in the first half as Collegiate raced to a 46-13 halftime lead.

Sadie Clark and Ashia Woods added 12 points apiece for Collegiate.

Collegiate 22 24 19 2 -- 67

Sterling 4 9 5 10 -- 28

COLLEGIATE: Massey 1, Green 18, Lower 6, Dunn 2, Skar 2, Clark 12, Broberg 11, Holden 3, Woods 12. Totals 28 (5) 6-11 67.

STERLING: Oden 1, Prather 6, Dowell 9, Cain 4, Proffitt 7, Ahnert 1. Totals 11 (0) 6-16 28.

Boys

Andale won an AV-CTL Division IV battle of free-throw shooting, beating Kingman 60-53 Friday night at Andale.

Andale made 27 of 39 foul shots, while Kingman made 19 of 24.

Austin Meyer scored 14 points to lead Andale, while Kingman’s Layne Klausmeyer led all scorers with 20.

Kingman 10 9 16 18 — 53

Andale 13 12 12 23 — 60

KINGMAN: Klausmeyer 20, Erdman 12, Knoblauch 16, Bergkamp 5. Totals 15 (4) 19-24 53.

ANDALE: O’Hair 2, Hermreck 7, Bergkamp 1, Meyer 14, Hawkins 12, Rock 6, Meierhoff 5, Schiff 5, Bogner 8. Totals 15 (3) 27-39 60.

Other AV-CTL

Salina South boys 56, Goddard 49 — Andy Wiechman scored a season-high 17 points as Salina South won its first game of the season.

Goddard 5 16 11 17 — 49

Salina South 14 8 15 19 — 56

GODDARD: McDowell 6, Spence 9, Tipton 8, Rempe 4, Shoemaker 9, Briggs 1, Bush 4, Triplett 6, Smith 2. Totals 18-46 8-18 49.

SALINA SOUTH: Smith 6, D. Jones 7, Wiechman 17, Neuburger 5, A. Jones 11, Forrester 8, Unruh 2. Totals 15-35 21-42 56.

Circle 56, Wellington 20 — Jordan Phillips scored 10 of his 18 points in the third quarter for Circle.

Kanyon Kinder added 13 for Circle, who managed just 3 of 21 from the free-throw line.

Wellington 6 1 6 7 -- 20

Circle 17 14 16 9 -- 56

WELLINGTON: Jer. Edwards 2, Ramsey 2, Heath 2, Jor. Edwards 2, Vargas 12 . Totals 8 (0) 4-6 20.

CIRCLE: Harstine 2, Engels 2, Shepherd 8, Tunnell 4, Kinder 13, Gardinier 1, Phillips 18, Frazier 2, Ronnebaum 6. Totals 25 (3) 3-21 56.

Rose Hill 57, Clearwater 51 — Dylan Rapp and Sam Newton scored 14 points each as the Rockets won at Clearwater.

Rose Hill held Clearwater to five second-quarter points. Dylan Swalley had 16 to lead the Indians, while Trevor Bowman added 15.

Rose Hill 14 14 11 18 — 57

Clearwater 19 5 12 15 — 51

ROSE HILL: Braddy 3, Shirley 11, Khalidi 11, Rapp 14, Newton 14, Richards 2, Paddock 2. Totals 19 (3) 16-24 51.

CLEARWATER: Wells 3, Spencer 7, Bowman 15, Adams 10, Swalley 16. Totals 19 (7) 6-11 51.

Andover Central 61, Mulvane 28 — Jack Gentry scored 14 points for lead a balanced Andover Central attack in which 11 players scored.

Cody McBratney, coming off a 19-point effort against Buhler, led Mulvane in scoring with 14.

Mulvane 6 10 4 8 -- 28

Andover Central 8 13 19 21 -- 61

MULVANE: Duncan 6, Hamilton 4, McBratney 14, Strunk 4. Totals 12 (1) 3-9 28.

ANDOVER CENTRAL: Gentry 14, McWhorter 2, Anderson 10, Clements 2, Trembly 2, Miller 8, Flynn 2, Vautravers 11, Lock 2, Kaufman 2, Wilks 6. Totals 22 (5) 12-19 61.

Augusta 51, El Dorado 40 — Conner Carman scored 12 points for Augusta.

Kutter Bookout led El Dorado in scoring with 12.

El Dorado 8 9 11 12 -- 40

Augusta 9 14 16 12 -- 51

EL DORADO: Locke 7, Just 6, Jensen 4, Bookout 12, Clites 5, Brown 6. Totals 17 (2) 4-6 40.

AUGUSTA: Patterson 5, Carman 12, Clausing 5, Furr 5, Smith 7, Erwin 10, Clausing 7. Totals 18 (2) 10-20 51.

MCAA

Collegiate 76, Sterling 28 — Already clicking defensively, the Collegiate offense turned it on Friday night in a 48-point victory.

Senior Blake Jablonski led the Spartans tied his season high with 19 points, while Tre Bailey added 12.

Austin Maxwell had 12 points for Sterling.

Collegiate 23 19 25 9 — 76

Sterling 8 12 6 2 — 28

COLLEGIATE: Cornejo 8, Fiegel 3, Taylor 5, Tisdale 2, LeMaster 9, Burton 8, Jablonski 19, Phox 6, Bailey 12, Clark 4. Totals 31 (5) 9-15 76.

STERLING: Foster 7, Patterson 4, Gellerman 3, Maxwell 12, Oden 2. Totals 8 (1) 11-16 28.

Central Plains

W. Independent 64, Belle Plaine 51 — Cale White’s 17 points sparked Independent past Belle Plaine.

Zach Neville added 11 for Independent.

Dakota Richardson (14) and Tyler Jantz (13) combined for 27 of Belle Plaine’s 51 points.

Wichita Independent 5 12 27 20 -- 64

Belle Plaine 18 8 5 20 -- 51

WICHITA INDEPENDENT: Palmer 7, Park 4, Dean 5, White 17, Neville 11, Dunne 7, Fahnestock 6, Rice 7. Totals 26 (3) 9-22 64.

BELLE PLAINE: Richardson 14, Siemers 4, Jantz 13, Scott 9, Gooch 9, Throop 2. Totals 18 (3) 12-18 51.

Conway Springs 45, Garden Plain 36 _ Conway Springs overcame a six-point halftime deficit to defeat Garden Plain.

Stratton Lange (14), Matt Seiwert (13) and Jordan Ast (12) combined for 39 of Conway Springs’ 45 points.

Christopher Kerschen scored 11 and Thomas Bugner add 10 for Garden Plain.

Conway Springs 5 7 14 19 -- 45

Garden Plain 6 12 11 7 -- 36

CONWAY SPRINGS: Lange 14, Seiwert 13, Ast 12, Osner 3, Schneck 2, Dugan 1. Totals 14 (2) 19-24 45.

GARDEN PLAIN: Kerschen 11, Bugner 10, Becker 6, Sponsel 3, Slausmeyer 2, Hartshorn 2, Mannebach 2. Totals 12 (0) 12-20 36.

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