Varsity Basketball

Friday's basketball roundup (Jan. 16)

Boys

Maize jumped to a 14-4 first-quarter lead and cruised to its fifth Division I victory without a loss, beating Salina South 77-49 Friday night at Maize.Four players — Ryan McCarthy (14), Ryan Schultz (12), Luke Langley (11) and Blake Sturgeon (10) — scored in double figures for Maize, which improved to 8-1 with its third straight victory.Salina South 4 19 16 10 -- 49Maize 14 24 19 20 -- 77

SALINA SOUTH: Unruh 8, D. Smith 8, D. Jones 4, Wiechman 4, Neuburger 7, A. Jones 11, Forester 6, Thomason 1. Totals 15 (2) 17-24 49.MAIZE: B. Sturgeon 10, Langley 11, McBroom 2, McCarthy 14, J. C. Sturgeon 2, Davis 4, Cole 2, Schultz 12, Hosman 6, Lee 8, Barney 2, Wolgamott 4 . Totals 30 (3) 14-24 77.

Other AV-CTLAndover Central 57, Andale 37 — Marshall Miller scored 10 of his 18 points in the first quarter to spark Andover Central to its sixth straight victory.Austin Meyer, who hit 6 of 6 free throws, led Andale with 10 points.Andale 5 13 8 11 -- 37Andover Central 20 12 13 12 -- 57

ANDALE: Gorges 3, O'Hair 1, Bergkamp 4, Meyer 10, Hawkins 4, Schiff 9, Bogner 6. Totals 12 (2) 11-16 37.ANDOVER CENTRAL: Gentry 12, Anderson 6, Miller 18, Vautravers 13, Wilks 2, Stiverson 6. Totals 20 (11) 6-7 57.

Andover 61, Kingman 33 — Thomas Jobe scored 16 points to pace Andover to its third victory in the last four games.Eleven players scored for Andover, which improved to 4-3.Mikabe Erdman led Kingman with 17 points.Kingman 6 8 10 9 — 33Andover 11 22 12 16 — 61

KINGMAN: Klausmeyer 5, Kaufman 3, Gault 2, Erdman 17, McCormack 2, Knoblauch 2, Bergkamp 2. Totals 8 (2) 15-24 33.ANDOVER: Driver 3, Croitoru 4, Garman 4, Kvasnicka 3, Oberg 4, Jobe 16, Tyler 12, Ralston 6, Malone 5, Wreath 2, Peare 2. Totals 21 (5) 14-26 61.

Wellington 59, El Dorado 58 (OT) — Jordan Edwards scored 21 points and Trey Vargas added 12 for Wellington, which snapped a two-game losing streak with its second victory of the season.El Dorado 12 11 11 20 4 -- 58Wellington 10 14 14 16 5 -- 59

EL DORADO: Payne 12, Locke 5, Just 11, Haston 2, Jensen 8, Bookout 12, Clites 2, Brown 6. Totals 22 (7) 7-15 58.WELLINGTON: Je. Edwards 2, Gurley 10, Anderson 4, Heath 4, Jo. Edwards 21 Jordan, Jenkins 6, Vargas 12. Totals 18 (5) 18-31 59.

Augusta 57, Circle 47 — Connor Carman led Augusta with 21 points and Jacob Furr added 13 as the Orioles picked up a road win. Jordan Phillips led Circle with 13 points. Augusta 22 6 13 16 —57 Circle 8 11 12 16 — 47AUGUSTA: Patterson 10, Carman 21, Furr 13, Richmond 3, Smith 2, J. Clausing. Totals 19 (9) 10-15 57.CIRCLE: Harstine 2, Warren 9, Shepherd 12, Kinder 3, Gardinier 8, Phillips 13. Totals 16 (5) 10-18 47.

Hutchinson 49, Goddard 38 — Geneo Grissom scored 17 points as Hutchinson rebounded from a loss to Maize on Tuesday night.Jordan McDowell led Goddard with 20 points, 12 in the second half.Hutchinson 8 14 12 15 -- 49Goddard 6 10 14 8 -- 38

HUTCHINSON: Holcomb 4, Dev. Dinwiddie 5, Fangman 2, Boyd 2, Grissom 17, Goetz 6, Des. Dinwiddie 4, Weber 1, Goodwin 6, Turner 2. Totals 21 (0) 7-9 49.GODDARD: McDowell 20, Spence 2, Cott 4, Tipton 11, Triplett 1. Totals 15 (2) 6-10 38.

Ark City 56, Valley Center 46 — Justin Weaver had 14 points and teammates Devin Avery and Tayler Rock had 12 each for the visiting Bulldogs.Dylan McCullough had 16 to lead Valley Center, which fell behind 17-6 after one quarter.Arkansas City 17 12 13 14 — 56Valley Center 6 11 16 13 — 46ARK CITY: Weaver 14, Avery 12, Smith 1, McNulty 2, Hollister 8, Murphy 2, Spencer 5, Rock 12. Totals 18 (4) 16-24 56.VALLEY CENTER: Doolen 6, McCullough 16, Dort 3, Wilcox 3, Johnson 2, Bratt 5, Lindstrom 6, Arnesen 2, Williams 3. Totals 18 (2) 8-17 46.

City LeagueBishop Carroll 47, South 33 — Blake Bell (16) and Brian Rohleder (12) combined for 26 of Carroll’s 47 points.Tony Buchanan led South with 12 points, and Monte Campbell added nine.Carroll 13 13 6 15 -- 47South 4 9 10 10 -- 33

CARROLL: Darland 4 0-0 9, Bell 6 2-2 14, Slagle 1 4-4 6, Rohleder 4 4-6 12, Dreiling 2 0-0 4, Gilmore 0 2-2 2. Totals 17- 12-14 47.SOUTH: Thomas 0 0-1 0, Keiswetter 1 0-0 2, Bradley 4 0-0 8, Burton 1 0-0 2, Campbell 4 1-3 9, Buchanan 5 2-3 12. Totals 15- 3-7 33.

Central PlainsW. Trinity 73, Bluestem 34 — Brady Zeisch scored a season-high 20 points to help Trinity win its fourth straight.Jason Netherton added 14 and Regan had 12 as Trinity improved to 6-1, 2-0 in league.Tyler Leed scored 12 for Bluestem.Bluestem 8 2 12 12 -- 34Wichita Trinity 15 18 23 17 -- 73

BLUESTEM: Leed 12, Lewis 2, Semisch 8, Minnick 1, Gross 1, McCormick 6, Muckenthaler 4. Totals 12 (6) 4-16 34.WICHITA TRINITY: Billings 12, Brewer 2, Dohm 1, Bane 2, Kempin 2, Netherton 14, Zeisch 20, Kessinger 9, Burns 5, Meisch 2, Mann 4. Totals 26 (6) 15-23 73.

Garden Plain 56, Independent 39 — Jake Becker hit a season-high 21 points to help Garden Plain win its second straight.The Owls, outscored from the field, hit 28 of 38 free throws.Cory Palmer’s 10 points sparked Independent.Garden Plain 9 17 17 13 -- 56Independent 9 13 10 7 -- 39

GARDEN PLAIN: Klausmeyer 7, Becker 21, Jennings 2, Bugner 3, Sponsel 7, Horrshorn 6, Eck 4, Kerschen 4, Mannenbach 2. Totals 12 (2) 28-38 56.INDEPENDENT: Smith 8, Palmer 10, Park 3, Dean 2, White 4, Neville 3, Dunne 2, Kaufman 2, Rice 7. Totals 14 (3) 8-14 39.

Eagle staffWith 5.5 seconds to go, North appeared to wrap up Friday’s City League girls game at East when Samantha Wyatt scored on a rebound, breaking a 51-all tie, giving the Redskins a 53-51 lead. East needed a three to win, but the Aces had missed all eight three-point attempts.But Kiki Miller, who had tied the score with 17 seconds remaining, took a pass about 10 feet behind the three-point line. She threw up the three, and it fell through as time expired for a 54-53 win.East was led by Ashley Malone, who came off the bench to score 13. Miller finished with nine.North’s Jaleesa Dennis and Naomi Rosales each scored 13, while Kelli Tyler had 10. Wyatt and Rosales had 10 and nine rebounds.North (3-5, 3-5) 10 11 15 17—53East (3-5, 3-5) 13 6 7 28—54NORTH: Dennis 2 7-8 13, Beshears 3 1-2 7, Wyatt 3 2-4 8, Rosales 4 5-5 13, Moore 0 0-0 0, Tyler 3 4-5 10, Hardwell 0 0-0 0, Brown 0 0-0 0, Evans 1 0-0 2, Patterson 0 0-0 0, Williams 0 0-0 0, Brooks 0 0-0 0. Totals 16 (2) 19-24 53.EAST: Johnson 1 2-2 4, Miller 3 2-2 9, Reed 1 2-2 4, Washington 2 0-4 4, Spann 1 3-4 5, Horton 2 2-2 6, Poland 1 0-2 2, M. Hobbs 1 3-4 5, Malone 4 5-8 13, Sanders 1 0-0 2, S. Hobbs 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 (1) 19-30 54.

Kapaun 50, West 15 _ Kapaun’s Katie Andersen scored 17 points for the second straight game.West stayed close in the first quarter, trailing 9-4 after one period. But Kapaun used three-pointers from Andersen and Arisa Shaw in outscoring West 22-4 in the second quarter.Kapaun (3-5, 3-4) 9 22 9 10 — 50West (0-9, 0-8) 4 4 3 4 — 15KAPAUN: Gahagan 3 1-7 7, Morton 4 1-2 9, Sevart 0 2-2 2, Rodriguez 0 0-0 0, Andersen 6 3-6 17, Shaw 4 0-0 10, Bullock 0 0-2 0, Kubik 0 0-3 0, O’Conner 1 0-0 2, Clark 1 0-0 2, Kollar 1 0-0 2. Totals 20 (3) 7-18 50.WEST: Stewart 2 0-0 4, Palacioz 0 1-2 1, Scales 0 2-2 2, Calhoun 0 0-0 0, Rhone 2 0-0 4, Sutton 0 1-2 1. Totals 5 (1) 4-6 15.

AV-CTLGoddard 42, Hutchinson 29 — Kjia Hart scored eight of her 11 points in the fourth quarter as Goddard won it second straight.Ashley Foss added 10 points for Goddard, which improved to 3-2 in Division I.Goddard point guard Deedra Richard suffered a swollen ankle in the first quarter and didn’t return.Hutchinson 1 8 8 12 -- 29Goddard 10 7 8 17 -- 42

HUTCHINSON: G. Vieyra 5, Allsup 3, McCue 7, Mayes 4, Starks 10. Totals 13 (2) 1-9 29.GODDARD: Foss 10, Rausch 5, Osborn 2, Soyez 1, Gardiner 3, Richard 2, Hart 11, Puthoff 7, Keller 1. Totals 14 (2) 12-20 42.

Maize 46, Salina South 35 — Devon McCreath scored 14 points to help Maize win its fourth in its last five games.Salina South 6 12 10 7 -- 35Maize 7 9 14 16 -- 46

SALINA SOUTH: Thompson 14, Goodness 10, Carey 4, Antenen 3, Bristow 2, Smith 2. Totals 14 (1) 6-10 35.MAIZE: McCreath 14, Chamberlin 10, Roeser 7, Nicholson 5, Lungwitz 3, Hartzog 3, Witt 2, Tomasu 2. Totals 15 (3) 13-19 46.

Andover Central 45, Andale 35 — Tiffany Bias scored seven points in the second and fourth quarters to lead unbeaten Andover Central to its eighth straight victory.Maddie Chapin added 14 points for the Jaguars.Ann Bogner paced Andale with 12 points.Andale 7 8 13 7 — 35Andover Central 11 13 9 12 — 45

ANDALE: Blasi 9, Martin 6, Bogner 12, Macari 3, Ast 2, Carney 3. Totals 12 (2) 9-20 35.ANDOVER CENTRAL: Henry 2, Tennyson 5, Chapin 14, Bias 18, Chamberlin 1, Gee 5. Totals 16 (5) 8-11 45.

Andover 58, Kingman 30 — Kylie Cooper hit a season-high 22 points to pace Andover to its fourth straight victory.Amy Williams added 10 as Andover won its sixth in seven games.Kingman 6 7 12 5 -- 30Andover 19 17 13 9 -- 58

KINGMAN: McGinnis 2, Mertens 10, Molitor 2, Funke 8, Govert 5, Miller 3. Totals 10 (2) 8-18 30.ANDOVER: Cooper 22, Hamblin 2, Bezdek 2, Tilson 6, Williams 10, Fritz 2, Dick 2, Meisch 8, Tilson 4. Totals 24 (1) 9-12 58.

Wellington 49, El Dorado 44 — Dani Anderson scored 12 of her 21 points in the fourth quarter as Wellington won its second straight and third in the last four games.Sarah Amrein added 14 for Wellington.Brea Rice led El Dorado, which led 40-30 after three quarters, with 11 points.El Dorado 17 10 13 4 -- 44Wellington 7 13 10 19 -- 49

EL DORADO: Heslop 9, Leckliter 8, House 2, Utech 3, Klein 5, Slayton 6, Rice 11. Totals 16 (1) 11-16 44.WELLINGTON: Jenkins 3, Whaley 4, Amrein 14, Adams 3, Becker 2, Leatherwood 2, Anderson 21. Totals 15 (8) 11-13 49.

Circle 73, Augusta 33 — Kyrstie Ehm scored 20 points, 14 in the first half, as Circle rolled to its fourth straight win.Circle, which has won eight of nine games, got 13 points from Charity Hon.Krysten Crawford led Augusta with 19 points, including three threes.Augusta 9 16 4 4 -- 33Circle 21 20 13 19 -- 73

AUGUSTA: Rives 1, Laubaun 1, Crawford 19, Downs 9, Wallace 3. Totals 9 (4) 11-17 33.CIRCLE: Hon 13, Flaming 9, Ehm 20, Kifer 6, Burden 6, Barrett 4, Coney 11, Richard 2, Je. Wright 2. Totals 33 (0) 7-12 73.

Valley Center 29, Arkansas City 22 — Beth McCormack scored six of her 10 points in the third quarter, all but one of her team’s seven points.The victory snapped a two-game losing streak for Valley Center.Kelsey Stewart, who scored six of Ark City’s eight points in the fourth quarter, finished with nine.Ark City 4 3 7 8 -- 22Valley Center 7 6 7 9 -- 29

ARK CITY: Stewart 9, Warren 3, Sturd 2, Brantley 4, Taylor 4. Totals 9 (1) 3-4 22.VALLEY CENTER: Mad. Wedekind 2, Mo. Wedekind 3, Canaday 4, Ma. Williams 2, McCormack 10, Mayber 2, C. Wedekind 2, Me. Williams 4. Totals 10 (2) 7-14 29.

Salina Central 45, Derby 17 — Salina Central never trailed in its AV-CTL Division I victory. Nine players scored, led by Courtney Wiggins’ 11 points.Derby was held to a season-low in points and didn’t score more than six points in any quarter.Salina Central 6 16 11 12 — 45Derby 2 5 4 6 — 17SALINA CENTRAL: Wiggins 11, Kinder 6, McMillan 6, Briggs 6, Parker 4, Bennett 4, Cooper 4, Counts 2, Bujanda 2. Totals 20 (3) 2-6 45.DERBY: Smith 4, Vorderstrasse 4, Tullis 4, Onken 2, Liebst 2, Prewitt 1. Totals 7 (0) 3-10 17.

Central PlainsGarden Plain 68, W. Independent 42 — Samantha Ledy scored a season-high 27 points to pace Garden Plain to its third victory in its last four games.Imani Fenner, a transfer who became eligible the second semester, led Independent with 12 points.Garden Plain 16 16 16 20 -- 68Wichita Independent 12 5 14 11 -- 42

GARDEN PLAIN: Hubert 11, Dooley 6, Hoheisel 8, Ledy 27, Potter 4, Puetz 2, Keimig 3, Renzer 2, Pauly 2, Fisher 3. Totals 25 (1) 17-23 68.WICHITA INDEPENDENT: Fenner 12, Horton-Maples 4, Marshall 7, Valmont 4, Denno 9, Ramseyer 6. Totals 17 (4) 4-9 42.

Bluestem 48, W. Trinity 44 — Demi Metcalf scored 17 points as Bluestem won its sixth in the past seven games.Tiffani Jones added 10 as Bluestem improved to 6-4.Lydia Schwertseger scored a season-high 19 points for Trinity.Bluestem 11 5 15 17 — 48Wichita Trinity 15 8 7 14 —44BLUESTEM: Jones 10, Barnard 4, Metcalf 17, Schiermeister 1, Flowers 11, Gomez 4, Bird 1. Totals 13 (7) 15-25 48.WICHITA TRINITY: Johnson 8, Schwertseger 19, Manning 7, Reusser 2, Lewallen 6, Lewis 2. Totals 16 (1) 11-14 44.

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