Varsity Basketball

Friday's basketball roundups (Feb. 19)

Eagle staffNorth’s Conner Frankamp led all scorers with 28 points as the Redskins rallied to beat South 65-54 on the road.South, paced by Tony Buchanan’s 19 points and 13 rebounds, led 41-40 going into the fourth quarter. Frankamp and Chekiel Wright hit two three-pointers apiece in the final period, and North hit 7 of 9 free throws. Briston White added 14 points for North and Wright finished with 11. South also got 14 points from Matt Perkins and 11 from Jante Glenn. North (x-x, x-x) 12 12 16 25 — 65South (2-16, 1-13) 16 11 14 13 — 54NORTH: Briston White 4 5-5 14, Tolliver 0 1-2 1, Brison White 3 1-2 7, Frankamp 10 5-7 28, Wright 3 2-4 11, Robertson 2 0-0 4. Totals 22 (7) 14-20.SOUTH: Matt Perkins 6 0-0 14, Keiswetter 1 0-0 2, Bradley 4 0-0 8, Jante Glenn 4 0-0 11, Tony Buchanan 7 5-6 19. Totals 22 (5) 5-6 54.

AV-CTLMaize 61, Hutchinson 58 — Josh Davis’ basket with 50 seconds remaining put Maize up by one, and Ryan McCarthy’s two free throws give the Eagles their final three-point victory.Luke Langley led Maize with 15 points, and Davis finished with 14.Hutchinson 16 17 16 9 -- 58Maize 14 17 16 14 -- 61

HUTCHINSON: Holcomb 2, Dev. Dinwiddie 9, Boyd 5, Grissom 14, Goetz 2, Weber 12, Dower 5, Goodwin 6, Turner 3 . Totals 22 (5) 9-17 58.MAIZE: Langley 15, McCarthy 9, Davis 14, Schultz 6, Hoffman 7, Lee 4, Wolgamott 4, Hammack 2. Totals 23 (2) 13-16 61.

Valley Center boys 34, Newton 29 — Aaron Lindstrom and Tanner Wilcox led Valley Center with seven points apiece to turn back visiting Newton. Kyle Preston and Tyler Rambo led the Railers with seven points each. Newton 12 7 4 6 — 29Valley Center 12 8 5 9 — 34NEWTON: Al. Vermillion 3, Kingsley 3, Au. Vermillion 4, Grosch 3, Kyle Preston 7, Tyler Rambo 7, Moreland 2. Totals 10 (3) 6-8 29.VALLEY CENTER: Doolen 6, Mayber 2, McCullough 4, Tanner Wilcox 7, Johnson 4, Aaron Lindstrom 7, Arneson 2, Williams 2. Totals 11 (1) 11-20.

Andale 53, Clearwater 37 — Dylan Hawkins scored 19 points to lead Andale to the Division IV victory.Clearwater 8 11 9 9 — 37Andale 9 16 13 15 — 53CLEARWATER: Spencer 10, Reibenspies 2, Sommer 3, Adams 6, Frickey 2, Swalley 14. Totals 16 (3) 2-2 37.ANDALE: O’Hair 2, Meyer 7, Hawkins 19, Rock 3, Meierhoff 8, Schiff 8, Bogner 6. Totals 20 (4) 9-17 53.

Circle 55, Rose Hill 52 —Nick Warren hit Circle's only field goal of the fourth quarter, a three-pointer from the right corner with tenths of a second remaining, tying the score and forcing overtime.The Thunderbirds then used the size of 6-foot-5 Jordan Phillips inside to outscore the Rockets in the extra period, and handed Rose Hill its first AV-CTL Division IV loss of the season. Phillips controlled the boards in the extra period and scored three of his team-high 15 points. Warren finished with 13.Rose Hill 9 3 15 17 8 -- 52Circle 14 6 11 13 11 -- 55

ROSE HILL: Pritchard 3, Young 2, Shirley 21, Khalidi 6, Rapp 7, Newton 13. Totals 15 (5) 17-25 52.CIRCLE: Kirkpatrick 4, Warren 13, Shepherd 9, Tunnell 5, Kinder 2, Gardinier 7, Phillips 15. Totals 16 (2) 21-41 55.

Andover 61, Augusta 47 — Thomas Jobe and Kyle Malone each scored 15 points for Andover.Travis Erwin and Connor Carman had 15 each for Augusta.Augusta 7 16 10 14 -- 47Andover 21 17 10 13 -- 61

AUGUSTA: Carmen 15, A. Clausing 2, Furr 3, Richmond 3, Smith 7, Erwin 15, S. Clausing 2 . Totals 19 (3) 6-9 47.ANDOVER: Driver 8, Oberg 6, Jobe 15, Tyler 10, Malone 15, Wreath 7. Totals 24 (4) 9-15 61.

Andover Central 60, El Dorado 34 — Marshall Miller (14) and Boston Stiverson (13) combined for 27 of Andover Central’s 60 points.El Dorado 10 5 5 14 -- 34Andover Central 13 16 16 15 -- 60

EL DORADO: Payne 4, Locke 5, Hamelund 1, Just 7, Hastin 4, Jensen 3, Bookout 8, Clites 2. Totals 13 (1) 7-11 34.ANDOVER CENTRAL: Gentry 9, McWhorter 1, Anderson 2, Kretchmar 3, Miller 14, Flynn 1, Vautravers 4, Lock 2, Clements 3, Kaufman 4, Wilks 4, Stiverson 13. Totals 22 (6) 10-14 60.

Salina Central 54, Goddard 43 — Salina Central defeated Goddard, despite going 0 for 5 at the free-throw line.Kevin Triplett scored 14 points for Goddard, and Ian Spence had 12.Goddard 12 4 11 16 — 43Salina Central 22 12 10 19 — 54GODDARD: McDowell 6, Spence 12, Cott 2, Tipton 5, Triplett 14, Bush 2, Gold 2. Totals 17 (2) 7-10 43.SALINA CENTRAL: James 10, Dallas 2, Wooten 6, Gardner 6, Williams 21, Moore 5, Vaughn 4. Totals 25 (4) 0-5 54.

McPherson 60, Campus 37 — McPherson surged to a 44-24 lead after three quarters and beat Campus.Alec Meier scored 11 points for Campus.McPherson 10 18 16 16 -- 60Campus 13 6 5 13 -- 37

MCPHERSON: Fawl 15, Hart 6, Pyle 15, Robinson 1, Cape 2, Ulsaker 21. Totals 21 (5) 13-20 60.CAMPUS: Brown 5, Charles 9, Schuelke 10, Meier 11, Flax 2. Totals 13 (5) 6-15 37.

Buhler 82, Muvlane 47 — J.P. Lohrentz scoared 24 points, and Brandon Givens had 21 for Buhler.Mulvane 7 16 10 14 -- 47Buhler 18 22 25 17 -- 82

MULVANE: Hansen 2, McGuire 3, Lockwood 3, Duncan 7, Hamilton 12, Smith 3, McBratney 11, Blackburn 6. Totals 17 (4) 9-12 47.BUHLER: Torgerson 6, A.Massey 2, S.Massey 2, Pankratz 9, Lohrentz 24, Temel 11, Givens 21, Allen 3, Jordan 4. Totals 27 (6) 22-32 82.

Central PlainsDouglass 77, Independent 50 — Jared Holthaus, scoring nine points in both the first and fourth quarters, finished with 26 points for Douglass.Cale White led Independent with 16, eight in the first quarter.Douglass 19 18 11 29 — 77Independent 12 8 13 17 — 50

DOUGLASS: Holthaus 26, Fraley 4, Lovendahl 11, Smith 11, Nachbor 13, Piha 2, Shenold 10. Totals 26 (5) 20-31 77.INDEPENDENT: Soucie 6, Palmer 4, Park 2, Dean 7, White 16, Neville 2, Dunne 8, Fahnestock 5. Totals 21 (1) 7-8 50.

W. Trinity 61, Garden Plain 38 — Austin Kessinger scored 20 points, and Jason Netherton added 16 for Trinity.Christopher Kerchen scored eight for Garden Plain.Trinity 15 11 23 12 -- 61Garden Plain 11 9 8 10 -- 38

TRINITY: Kessinger 20, Netherton 16, Billings 5, Kempin 5, Burns 5, Ziesch 5, Mann 4, Brewer 1. Totals 25 (3) 8-14 61.GARDEN PLAIN: Kerschen 8, Sponsel 6, Jennings 6, Hartshorn 5, Mannebach 5, Becker 4, Klausmeyer 3, Bugner 1. Totals 15 (2) 6-8 38.

Cheney 57, Bluestem 29 — Taylor Beilman’s 18 points led Cheney.Bluestem 6 5 8 10 -- 29Cheney 8 16 18 15 -- 57

BLUESTEM: Leed 5, Lewis 17, Miunick 2, McCormick 5. Totals 11 (1) 6-8 29.CHENEY: Williams 3, Beilman 18, Hubemer 6, Bolinger 3, Alstrom 4, Rosenhagen 5, Hill 4, Osler 9, Hopper 5. Totals 21 (5) 10-21 57.

MCAACollegiate 75, Hoisington 53 — Blake Jablonski scored 19 points as Collegiate won its seventh straight.Tre Bailey added 15, and Doug Burton had 13. Trace Clark scored 12.Jeremy Smith’s 13 points paced Hoisington.Hoisington 9 18 14 12 -- 53Collegiate 22 20 26 7 -- 75

HOISINGTON: Bieberle 9, Smith 13, Richards 2, Klug 6, Kaiser 5, Becker 7, Broeder 2, Stetler 9. Totals 18 (5) 12-17 53.COLLEGIATE: Cornejo 4, Taylor 2, Tisdale 2, LeMaster 6, Burton 13, Jablonski 19, Phox 2, Bailey 15, Clark 12. Totals 29 (6) 11-17 75.

Girl

Eagle staffNaomi Rosales and Jaleesa Dennis combined for 32 points to lead North to a 53-46 victory over South on Friday night.Rosales, who scored eight points in the fourth quarter, including 6 of 8 from the free-throw line, finished with 17 points.Dennis, who hit 10 of 12 from the line, had 15.Shauna Chauncy led South with 18 points, nine in the second quarter.South 7 15 14 10 — 46North 11 15 8 19 — 53SOUTH: Chauncy 5 7-8 18, Rattler 2 1-2 7, Glover 1 0-2 2, Gregg 3 0-0 6, Almonte 3 0-0 7, Clark 0 0-2 0, Molina 1 4-6 6, Robinson 0 0-0 0. Totals 15 (4) 12-20 46.NORTH: Dennis 2 10-12 15, Beshears 1 0-0 2, Wyatt 1 0-7 2, Patterson 1 2-2 4, Rosales 7 3-4 17, Tyler 3 3-4 9, Moore 1 0-0 2, Elliott 1 0-0 2, Brown 0 0-0 0, Williams 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 (1) 18-29 53.

Kapaun 56, East 52 — Kapaun trailed by nine points in the first half and by five heading into the fourth quarter. But the Crusaders outscored East 16-7 in the final period, holding the Aces without a field goal for nearly seven minutes.Kapaun’s Katie Andersen hit four three-pointers, scoring a game-high 19 points. Emily Lantz finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds, and Molly McAuliffe had 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Crusaders.East was led by Elana Reed’s nine points and 11 rebounds.East (4-14, 3-11) 12 17 16 7 — 52Kapaun (5-13, 4-10) 10 13 17 16 — 56EAST: Johnson 0 0-2 0, Malone 2 3-5 8, Reed 3 3-6 9, Miller 2 0-0 5, Spann 2 1-2 6, Horton 1 0-0 2, S. Hobbs 3 0-0 6, Poland 3 1-2 8, Washington 3 0-1 6, Sanders 1 0-0 2, M. Hobbs 0 0-0 0, Vlamis 0 0-0 0. Totals 20 (4) 8-18 52.KAPAUN: Sevart 3 0-2 6, Lantz 4 6-10 14, McAuliffe 4 4-6 12, Andersen 6 3-4 19, Shaw 1 0-0 3, Clark 0 2-2 2, Morton 0 0-0 0, Kubik 0 0-0 0, Bullock 0 0-1 0. Totals 18 (5) 15-25 56.

Carroll 69, West 16 — The Eagles kept West scoreless in the first quarter.All 12 players for Carroll (17-1, 14-1) scored, led by Kathleen Duling with 13 points. Hannah Lubbers scored 10 points off the bench.West (0-17, 0-14) was led by Kayla Scales with eight points. Aujanae McCoy added six.West (0-17, 0-14) 0 8 2 6 — 16Bishop Carroll (17-1, 14-1) 21 20 22 6 — 69 WEST: Scales 3 0-0 8, Palacios 1 0-0 2, McCoy 2 1-2 6, Stewart 0 0-0 0, Carter 0 0-0 0, Calhoun 0 0-0 0, Gieger 0 0-0 0, Banks 0 0-0 0, Wesley 0 0-0 0, Sutton 0 0-0 0. Totals 6 (3) 1-2 16.CARROLL: Rech 3 0-0 8, Duling 4 2-2 13, Brugman 3 0-0 6, Walden 4 1-2 9, Sooter 2 0-0 4, Balderas 1 0-0 3, Mies 1 3-4 6, Noetzel 1 0-0 2, Lubbers 4 2-2 10, Linnebur 1 0-0 2, Seltenreich 1 0-2 2, Reichenberger 1 2-2 4. Totals 26 (7) 10-14 69.

AV-CTLAndover Central 48, El Dorado 34 — Tiffany Bias scored 18 points as unbeaten Andover Central won its 18th straight.El Dorado 10 9 7 8 -- 34Andover Central 9 19 6 14 -- 48

EL DORADO: Leckliter 6, Keitch 4, Klein 10, Slayton 14. Totals 11 (0) 12-23 34.ANDOVER CENTRAL: Henry 4, Tennyson 9, Chapin 8, Harding 2, Bias 18, Gee 3, Stiverson 4. Totals 20 (6) 2-5 48.

Maize 66, Hutchinson 38 — McKenzie Cox scored 25 points, and Maize hit 84 percent (21 of 24) of its free throws.Alicia Nicholson added 12 points for Maize.

Hutchinson 16 5 10 7 — 38Maize 10 13 18 25 — 66HUTCHINSON: McCue 8, Morford 8, Vieyra 5, Starks 4, Wilkens 4, Balding 4, Allsup 2, team 3. Totals 14 (1) 9-17 38.MAIZE: Cox 25, Nicholson 12, Witt 7, Hartzog 6, Chamberlin 5, Lungwitz 2, Reid 2, Roeser 2, James 2, Russell 2, McCreath 1. Totals 20 (5) 21-25 66.

Newton 49, Valley Center 29 — Kate Lehman scored eight of her 18 points in the third quarter to help Newton break open a close game.Max Williams led Valley Center with 12 points.Valley Center 11 6 9 3 -- 29Newton 10 7 18 14 -- 49

VALLEY CENTER: Mo. Wedekind 2, Luna 1, Canaday 2, Ma. Williams 12, McCormick 8, Mayber 2, Me. Williams 2 . Totals 11 (2) 5-16 29.NEWTON: Tolle 1, Hiebert 2, McCartney 8, McMullen 8, Scott 2, Vogts 8, Minkevitch 2, Lehman 18. Totals 17 (2) 13-20 49.

McPherson 43, Campus 36 — Katelyn Loecker scored 18 points for McPherson.Brooke Dickey led Campus with 12 points.McPherson 8 11 13 11 -- 43Campus 8 10 11 7 -- 36

MCPHERSON: Nowak 3, Hein 2, Buchman 8, Loving 3, Gaeddert 9, Loecker 18. Totals 16 (2) 9-19 43.CAMPUS: Martin 6, Dickey 12, Chrisman 2, Smith 3, Mayer 6, Brown 7. Totals 14 (4) 4-6 36.

Andale 43, Clearwater 31 — Shelli Martin scored 11 points to lead a balanced Maize attack.Ashley Lauer’s 17 points led Clearwater.Clearwater 8 10 6 7 -- 31Andale 10 16 8 9 -- 43

CLEARWATER: Jaax 4, Layton 2, Ring 2, Vogel 2, Tjaden 4, Lauer 17. Totals 11 (0) 9-13 31.ANDALE: Orth 3, Blasi 7, Martin 11, Bogner 7, Macari 2, Ast 6, Carney 7. Totals 11 (5) 16-24 43.

Andover 53, Augusta 41 _ Kylie Cooper scored 17 points for Andover.Kyrsten Crawford’s 18 points led Augusta.Augusta 7 17 12 5 -- 41Andover 17 6 15 15 -- 53

AUGUSTA: Rives 3, Williams 2, Crawford 18, Downs 10, Brasfield 4, Carr 4. Totals 14 (4) 9-14 41.ANDOVER: Cooper 17, Hamblin 6, Tilson 7, Williams 6, Cranmer 4, Dick 4, Meisch 9. Totals 21 (2) 9-12 53.

Mulvane 67, Buhler 66 — Kelsey Miller 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for Mulvane.Kayla Morton added 14 for Mulvane and four steals. Stephanie Wilson added 13 points and nine rebounds.McKenzie Pankratz led Buhler with 15 points and five rebounds. Stephanie Patterson added 14, and Kim Patterson had 13.Mulvane 11 18 12 12 14 -- 67Buhler 15 10 16 12 13 -- 66

MULVANE: Wilson 13, Morton 14, Bell 3, Smith 1, Parsons 4, K. Miller 24, Bish 4, Gosch 4. Totals 27 (0) 13-21 67.BUHLER: Sasse 3, Winter 6, K. Patterson 13, Pankratz 15, Goertzen 6, S. Patterson 14, Dunning 1, Gawith 4, Williams 2, Woodard 2. Totals 22 (6) 16-32 66.

Salina Central 61, Goddard 28 — Salina Central raced to a 35-10 halftime lead.Goddard 3 7 9 9 — 28Salina Central 10 25 9 17 — 61GODDARD: Zogleman 2, Soyez 12, Hart 1, Osborn 2, Griffis 6, Rausch 3. Totals 9 (2) 8-12 28.SALINA CENTRAL: Kinder 3, McMillan 10, Wiggins 9, Counts 11, Bujanda 6, Bennett 6, Briggs 11, Michel 2, Leister 3. Totals 24 (9) 4-7 61.

Central PlainsDouglass 60, Independent 48 _ Mo Basham (19), Haley Young (17) and Lauren Green (15) combined to score 51 of Douglass’ 60 points.Loy Marshall led Independent with 16 points.Douglass 14 14 14 18 -- 60Wichita Independent 9 11 19 9 -- 48

DOUGLASS: Basham 19, Young 17, Bratcher 9, Green 15. Totals 20 (2) 18-26 60.WICHITA INDEPENDENT: Denno 4, Marshall 16, Fenner 11, Valmont 11, Maples 6. Totals 21 (1) 5-11 48.

Cheney 68, Bluestem 32 — Ally Nikkel’s 18 points led unbeaten Cheney to its 19th straight victory.Bluestem 3 5 7 17 -- 32Cheney 20 21 23 4 -- 68

BLUESTEM: Metcalf 14, Schiermeidter 1, Flowers 3, Gomez 6, Bird 8. Totals 13 (4) 2-5 32.CHENEY: Scheer 3, Nikkel 18, Pinkley 4, Traxson 6, Patterson 12, Twietmeyer 9, Quick 14, Benson 2. Totals 26 (2) 14-19 68.

Garden Plain 55, W. Trinity 29 _ Ann Pauly scored 18 points for Garden Plain, which rolled to a 32-11 halftime lead.Wichita Trinity 6 5 6 12 -- 29Garden Plain 18 14 12 11 -- 55

WICHITA TRINITY: Coleman 15, Schwertfeger 2, Reissler 8, Blankenship 2, Waller 2. Totals 12 (3) 2-5 29.GARDEN PLAIN: Hubert 13, Stuhlsatz 2, Hoheisel 5, Ledy 11, Potter 1, Kemig 2, Renyer 2, Pauly 18, Fisher 1. Totals 223 (2) 7-12 55.

MCAACollegiate 64, Hoisington 39 — Ashia Woods scored 31 points as Collegiate won its 17th straight.Kati Broberg added 12 for Collegiate.Hoisington 11 9 8 11 -- 39Collegiate 19 13 26 6 -- 64

HOISINGTON: Burns 1, J. Akman 2, Maier 4, B. Akman 3, Bruckley 2, Hughes 10, Flager 12, Wondra 5. Totals 15 (0) 9-14 39.COLLEGIATE: Green 2, Lower 3, Phox 3, Horton 2, Clark 8, Broberg 12, Holden 3, Woods 31. Totals 26 (4) 8-12 64.

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