Varsity Basketball

Thursday's basketball roundup (March 4)

Boys

Nine Collegiate players scored but only one reached double figures in the Spartans’ 59-34 Class 3A sub-state semifinal victory over visiting Conway Springs on Wednesday night.Doug Burton led Collegiate with 11 points, while Blake Jablonski and Bryce Cornejo had nine points each.Collegiate will face Douglass in the sub-state final on Saturday night at Conway Springs.Conway Springs 7 7 9 11 -- 34Wichita Collegiate 23 17 9 10 -- 59CONWAY SPRINGS: Andra 4, Pauly 4, Dugan 2, Lange 16, Seiwert 3, Harris 2, Gerber 3. Totals 6 (1) 21-32 34.COLLEGIATE: Cornejo 9, Fiegel 3, Taylor 4, Tisdale 3, Lemaster 3, Burton 11, Jablonski 9, Phox 3, Bailey 6, Clark 8. Totals 22 (2) 13-21 59.

North 80, Garden City 50 — Freshman Connor Frankamp had 18 points to lead four Redskins in double figures as North won a home Class 6A sub-state semifinal.Brison White and Spencer Robertson had 14 points each, while Briston White chipped in 11. The Redskins owned a 40-14 halftime lead.Garden City 9 5 12 24 -- 50Wichita North 14 26 18 22 -- 80GARDEN CITY: Bermbeck 10, Guerrero 6, Holguin 4, Taylor 5, Garcia 6, Curran 8, Ruiz 4, Prentice 7. Totals 21 (4) 4-12 50.NORTH: Kemp 10, Brist. White 11, Tolliver 2, Briso. White 14, Frankamp 18, C. Wright 7, Robertson 14, Henderson 2, Kinder 2. Totals 36 (5) 3-6 80.

Maize 64, Goddard 40 — Maize carried a double-digit lead into the fourth quarter, and its pressure wore down Goddard’s guards to allow the Eagles to extend their lead in the final eight minutes.Ryan Schultz led Maize with 18 points. Goddard 9 11 10 10 -- 40Maize 13 16 11 24 -- 64GODDARD: McDowell 6, Spence 8, Cott 1, Tipton 8, Tripplett 15, Rempe 2. Totals 16 (2) 6-14 40.MAIZE: B. Sturgeon 4, Langley 8, McCarthy 10, Hannack 6, J.C. Sturgeon 2, Davis 9, Schultz 18, Lee 7. Totals 25 (3) 11-19 64.

Ashland 53, South Barber 48Ashland 11 9 17 16 -- 53South Barber 12 11 13 12 -- 48

ASHLAND: Luerman 12, G. Fox 22, Amerin 2, Stebens 13, Spare 2, B. Fox 1, Woodruff 1. Totals 18 (3) 14-23 53.SOUTH BARBER: Clark 4, Johnston 9, Morris 11, Yearout 15, Molz 9. Totals 17 (3) 11-21 48.Pretty Prairie 68, Waverly 52Pretty Prairie 10 19 23 16 -- 68Waverly 13 12 15 12 -- 52

PRETTY PRAIRIE: Kaufman 8, Lampe 15, Pittman 25, Hines 12, Keeler 6, Hastings 2. Totals 26 (4) 12-21 68.WAVERLY: Lee 2, Steward 7, Sipe 12, Teal 13, Rice 4, Sipe 1, Smith 4, Good 1, Fleming 2, Stroman 2, Zilliox 4. Totals 17 (2) 16-19 52.Douglass 66, Chaparral 37Chaparral 7 12 13 5 -- 37Douglass 22 9 17 18 -- 66

CHAPARRAL: Wilcox 5, Beckner 2, Hacker 7, Cather 10, McCartney 8, Cooper 4, Moore 1. Totals 15 (0) 7-15 37.DOUGLASS: Holthaus 17, Fraley 10, Lovendahl 4, Smith 9, Nachbor 22, Shenold 4. Totals 27 (3) 9-13 66.Halstead 51, Remington 37Remington 5 10 9 13 -- 37Halstead 18 10 17 6 -- 51

REMINGTON: Green 10, Regier 2, Cherryholmes 3, Claasen 12, Jacobs 10. Totals 13 (2) 9-12 37.HALSTEAD: Ratcliffe 12, Regehr 8, McKee 3, Pjesky 5, Gundy 5, Santoya 18. Totals 15 (6) 15-23 51.Sedgwick 51, Ellinwood 40Ellinwood 9 11 10 10 -- 40Sedgwick 14 11 12 14 -- 51

ELLINWOOD: Corbett 14, Birney 12, Blakeslee 2, Whitaker 4, Linden 2, Lyman 6. Totals 16 (4) 4-5 40.SEDGWICK: Money 6, D. Vogt 2, Stucky 3, Hawkins 4, Douvier 29, Standefer 3, Hansen 4. Totals 18 (3) 12-18 51.Burrton 66, Caldwell 44Caldwell 11 11 13 9 -- 44Burrton 17 14 18 17 -- 66

CALDWELL: Lebeda 13, Kuehny 10, Walta 1, Tecter 10, Daus 10. Totals 19 (3) 3-8 44.BURRTON: Rivera 3, Webber 1, Santiago 35, Crow 5, King 8, Bruton 14. Totals 25 (1) 15-26 66.St. Paul 56, Udall 48Udall 10 13 13 12 -- 48St. Paul 13 6 16 21 -- 56

UDALL: Witte 8, Camp 4, Smith 1, Kistler 15, Rueger 13, Williams 6, Brill 1. Totals 15 (3) 15-32 48.ST. PAUL: Carter 8, Westhoff 6, O'Brien 4, Hutcherson 2, Vilt 8, Tretber 2, Coomes 21, Alexander 5. Totals 20 (4) 12-25 56.Defenders 71, KC (Mo.) East 61KC (Mo.) East 20 14 14 13 — 61Defenders 20 17 20 14 — 71KC EAST: Stewart 15, Bova 3, Sutcliffe 2, Ross 14, Lewis 8, Kuhns 4, Shipley 8, Morrison 7. Totals 23 (8) 7-11 61.DEFENDERS: Jackson 23, Bowers 3, Ammons 18, Ingram 25, Sellin 2. Totals 22 (6) 21-27 71.

Girls

Eagle staffNicole Walden scored 18 points and No. 8 Bishop Carroll held Arkansas City to 18 first-half points in a 74-31 victory Thursday night in a Class 5A girls sub-state semifinal at Carroll.Carroll (19-2) will face Andover on Saturday night for a state tournament berth.Arkansas City 12 6 11 2 -- 31Bishop Carroll 10 20 24 20 -- 74ARK CITY: Budd 2, O'Daniel 3, McVey 4, Warren 9, Sturd 6, Brantoey 4, Taylor 3. Totals 13 (5) 0-3 31.BISHOP CARROLL: Rech 8, Lubbers 3, Noetzel 2, Valderas 7, Meis 5, Duling 3, Brugman 12, Sooter 8, Walden 18, Reichenberger 8. Totals 26 (3) 19-32 74.

Andover 58, Kapaun 29 — Kylie Cooper and Amy Williams each had 13 points as the host Trojans advanced in a 5A sub-state.Kapaun was led by Molly McAuliffe’s 11 points.Kapaun 6 5 12 6 -- 29Andover 13 23 20 2 -- 58KAPAUN: Shaw 4, Bullock 3, Phillips 3, Kubik 1, Anderson 5, Clamc 2, McAuliffe 11. Totals 7 (1) 14-22 29.ANDOVER: Cooper 13, Hamblin 5, Bezdek 1, Tilson 7, Williams 13, Cranmer 9, Dick 2, Meisch 6. Totals 17 (2) 22-37 58.

Andover Central 72, West 5 — Third-ranked Andover Central owned a 48-5 halftime lead.Tiffany Bias, who sprained a left (non-shooting) pinky finger last week, scored seven points. Twelve Jaguars scored.West 3 2 0 0 -- 5Andover Central 27 21 14 10 -- 72WEST: Stewart 1 1-1 3, McCoy 1 0-0 2. Totals 2 1-1 5.ANDOVER CENTRAL: Henry 2 0-0 4, Stamp 2 2-4 6, Potter 2 0-0 5, Tennyson 1 0-0 2, Huleskamp 1 0-0 2, Chapin 2 4-4 8, Perez 3 0-2 6, Glenn 1 1-2 3, Harding 3 0-0 6, Bias 3 0-0 7, Chamberlin 6 0-0 12, Gee 4 2-3 11. Totals 30 9-15 72.

Cheney 77, Ulysses 35 — Merissa Quick had 21 points and Payton Scheer had 18 for the victorious Cardinals in a 3A sub-state semifinal.Ulysses 4 9 14 8 -- 35Cheney 24 24 23 6 -- 77ULYSSES: Meierhoff 2, Langley 3, Jarnagin 16k McCauley 1, Spencer 2, Monzon 2, Britton 9. Totals 13 (4) 5-14 35.CHENEY: P. Scheer 18, Nikkel 16, J. Scheer 1, Traxson 8, Patterson 7, Twietmeyer 6, Quick 21. Totals 28 (4) 17-27 77.

Colby 42, Clearwater 30 — Clearwater’s Tricia Vogel led all scorers with 18 points.Clearwater 5 10 4 11 -- 30Colby 9 11 8 14 -- 42CLEARWATER: Jaax 4, Hoover 2, Vogel 18, Stever 2, Lauer 4. Totals 8 (0) 14-18 30.COLBY: Hockersmith 7, Shields 2, Kr. Kaus 7, Kh. Kaus, 5, Haas 5, Bell 14, L. Bell 2. Totals 15 (6) 6-13 42.

Andale 52, Nickerson 32 — Shelli Martin scored 16 points as the Indians held Nickerson to 10 first-half points.Andale 11 12 17 12 -- 52Nickerson 6 4 12 10 -- 32ANDALE: Eck 2, Lies 1, Orth 3, Blasi 2, Martin 16, Bogner 11, Maccari 1, Ast 2, Cornell 14. Totals 16 (6) 14-23 52.NICKERSON: Mader 13, Almquist 2, Morford 5, Deckard 4, Combs 4, Harper 4. Totals 14 (1) 3-5 32.

Rock Hills 49, Ell-Saline 46Ell-Saline 7 8 16 15 -- 46Rock Hills 10 13 13 13 -- 49

ELL-SALINE: Wikoff 6, Jones 5, Claney 9, Work 19, Harvey 7. Totals 19 (3) 5-9 46.ROCK HILLS: Callaway 21, Jeffery 3, Fleming 5, Wilson 4, Sholtz 2, Bohnert 3, Jeffery 11. Totals 17 (4) 11-15 49.Pittsburg Colgan 50, Sedan 22Sedan 7 5 5 5 -- 22Pittsburg Colgan 18 15 9 8 -- 50

SEDAN: Chrisman 2, Allison 2, Tucker 9, Mullendore 1, McDonough 2, Wade 2, Buck 6. Totals 9 (1) 3-12 22.PITTSBURG COLGAN: Werner 13, M. Sloan 2, Hayes 8, Cedeno 2, K. Sloan 2, McCormick 9, Dellasega 14. Totals 18 (3) 11-21 50.Hesston 61, Buhler 51Hesston 11 19 17 14 -- 61Buhler 9 14 16 12 -- 51

HESSTON: WEbel 4, Weaver 8, Eiteen 6, Hugeman 4, Spencer 4, Schroeder 19, Short 13, Stutzman 3. Totals 16 (3) 26-37 61.BUHLER: Winter 8, Patter 1, Pankratz 14, Goertzen 3, Patterson 13, Williams 12. Totals 17 (1) 16-31 51.Madison 56, Goessel 40Goessel 6 5 8 21 -- 40Madison 13 14 19 10 -- 56

GOESSEL: Harvey 2, Frey 15, Klassen 1, Goertzen 8, Flaming 11, Janzen 1, Hiebert 2. Totals 15 (3) 7-12 40.MADISON: B. Shaklee 8, Schankie 9, Stout 20, Hinrichs 4, Buster 15. Totals 20 (3) 13-20 56.Liberal 29, Winfield 25Winfield 2 5 10 8 -- 25Liberal 13 8 4 4 -- 29

WINFIELD: Kaiser 4, Niederee 3, Lawther 2, Burler 2, Estrada 7, Smith 7. Totals 10 (2) 3-10 25.LIBERAL: Varnes 1, Ross 6, Williams 4, Payton 3, Norah 13, Sanchez 2. Totals 11 (1) 4-11 29.Newton 49, Hutchinson 43Hutchinson 10 15 8 10 -- 43Newton 9 11 19 10 -- 49

HUTCHINSON: Vieyra 9, Zerber 3, Wilkins 4, Balding 4, Allsup 2, McCue 8, Mayes 8, Starks 5. Totals 16 (0) 11-22 43.NEWTON: Hiebert 3, McCartney 8, McMullen 10, Vogts 5, Minkevitch 5, Lehman 18. Totals 14 (1) 20-35 49.McPherson 67, Hays 27Hays 6 6 10 5 -- 27McPherson 16 22 18 11 -- 67

HAYS: Lundsford 5, Denning 6, Shubert 1, Flaska 2, Schmeidler 13. Totals 8 (2) 9-13 27.MCPHERSON: Nowak 12, Hein 5, Bomberger 5, Holle 3, Buchman 16, Bruner 2, Loving 4, Gaeddert 3, Loecker 17. Totals 21 (6) 19-27 67.Defenders 45, Applewood 35Applewood, Mo. 6 8 7 14 — 35Defenders 10 4 19 12 — 45APPLEWOOD: Allcorn 6, Dernon 5, Young 6, Willis 7, S. Crossier 1, M. Crossier 6, Gabbers 4. Totals 14 (3) 4-13 35.DEFENDERS: Huddleston 4, Jackson 4, Munds 23, Waalkes 2, Crayton 12. Totals 16 (1) 14-19 45.

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