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State basketball roundup: Day 2 stats, scores, recaps

By Joanna Chadwick

Class 6A girls

BV North 57, Wichita Southeast 45 — With a 25-24 halftime lead, BV North went on a 14-1 run in the third quarter before Southeast’s Jakhia Jones hit a three with 17 seconds remaining in the period. While Southeast hit three threes in the fourth, BV North’s play in the lane was too much. BV North outrebounded the much shorter Southeast 53-31. BV North’s Jaliya Davis scored a game-high 27 points and had 11 rebounds. Tyara Davis had 10 rebounds and 10 points for BV North and Logan Lynne Parks, Nyla Hale and Aubrey Shaw each had nine rebounds. Southeast’s Alana Webb led Southeast with 15 points, hitting 3 of 6 threes, and Ma’khiyah Jones had 11 points, hitting 3 of 4 from three. Leela Jones and Ma’khiyah Jones each had seven rebounds. Jakhia Jones had four assists.

Derby 43, Olathe Northwest 38 — Derby overcame offensive struggles to beat Olathe Northwest as Addy Brown had 18 points, hitting 12 of 14 free throws, and had 16 rebounds, four assists. Jaden Wilson had four assists and Derby hit 16 of21 free throws. Olathe Northwest’s Jillian Huckabey scored 19 points, hitting three three-pointers and getting five steals. Skylar Pierce had four steals.

Washburn Rural 58, Lawrence 49 — Washburn Rural opened the fourth quarter holding a three-point lead but got a three-point play from Kate Hinck and a three from MaRyah Lutz as it went on a 12-4 run to take control of the game. Lawrence got within 52-48 with 1:57 to go, but it wasn’t enough. Lutz hit five three-pointers and had 19 points, six rebounds. Hinck had 10 points, six rebounds, four steals and four assists, and Chloe Carlgren scored 14 with nine rebounds, Brooklyn DeLeye 11 points and 15 rebounds. Lawrence’s Brynnae Johnson scored 21 and had four steals, five rebounds, and Serenity Keo scored 13.

Blue Valley 41, SM South 34 OT — Blue Valley’s Eden Bax scored 14, Clara Bax 11 and Jadyn Wooten 9 in the overtime win. Ainsley Lister had 13 rebounds and Wooten five assists, four steals. SM South’s Ashley Van Elders scored 11, Camryn Smith 10.

Class 5A boys

Hutchinson 84, Pittsburg 51 — Hutchinson’s Garrett Robertson scored 17 points and had five rebounds, three assists in the win. Dauntay King scored 13 and had four assists, James Lewis had five assists and Terrell King six assists, four steals. Pittsburg’s Mason English scored 22 and had nine rebounds, five assists.

Kapaun 58, BV Southwest 48 — Kapaun’s William Thengvall scored 22 points and had seven rebounds, four assists and Will Anciaux had 15 points, 10 rebounds in the win. BV Southwest’s Tate Everard had 11 points, six rebounds and Jackson Noland had seven rebounds.

Andover 49, Maize South 46 — Eli Shetlar scored 15 and Blake Rucker 14 as Andover held off a second-half Maize South surge. Shetlar also had 12 rebounds and Devon McFarthing had seven rebounds and hit two key free throws late. Isaiah Atwater scored 13 and Michael Kates 10 points, four assists, and Tory Homan had 12 rebounds.

Highland Park 60, Basehor-Linwood 49 — JaCorey Robinson scored 17, hitting 7 of 8 shots for Highland Park. Tre Richardson had 11 points, four steals. Basehor-Linwood’s Tyson Rudd scored 22 points, Peyton Brown 11 and Breckin McBride had nine rebounds, four assists. William Blankenship had five assists.

Class 4A girls

Andale 57, Parsons 32 — Andale’s Kyri Kerschen had 15 points, three steals, Camryn Winter 13 points, four steals and McKenzie Fairchild had 11 points, seven rebounds in the win. Parson’s Riley Dunlay had nine rebounds, Iniya Hinman eight rebounds.

McPherson 65, Topeka Hayden 41 — McPherson’s Jordan Sears had 15 points, 15 rebounds, and Karter Alvord had 13 points, six rebounds, Madison Moors 12 points, Jayla McLeod six rebounds, Ava Romero six rebounds. Hayden’s Kaliya Fulton had 12 points, Lauren Sandstrom seven rebounds, Reagan Huscher six rebounds.

Hugoton 53, Independence 40 — Hugoton’s Gianna Vos scored 24, hitting 4 of 5 threes, Mikyn Hamlin made three three-pointers and had 15 points, six rebounds. Summya Adigun had eight rebounds, seven assists, three blocks. Independence was led by Abby Veile’s 10 points and seven rebounds. Rylie Reichenberger had 10 rebounds, Camdyn Eytcheson had five assists.

Bishop Miege 71, Wellington 40 — Miege’s Kriston Verhulst scored 28, hitting 9 of 15 from the field, 3 of 6 from three, and Mary Grant had 19 points, six rebounds. Grace McCallop had six rebounds, five assists. Wellington’s Britt Zeka had 14 points, five rebounds, three assists.

Class 3A boys

Hesston 59, Colby 46 — Hesston’s Jake PRoctor had 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, and Mical Dahlsten had 15 points. Colby was led by Hunter Vaughn’s 26 points and Guy Tubbs’ 11.

SE-Saline 64, Perry-Lecompton 47 — SE-Saline’s Eli Sawyers scored 22 points on 8-of-11 shooting, along with 11 rebounds, three blocks. Nakari Morrical-Palmer had 14 points, 14 rebounds, three assists, three steals. Perry-Lecompton was led by Gunnar Ball, who had 12 points, 11 rebounds, and Kamryn Kaniper with 11 points.

Marysville 47, Collegiate 41 — Marysville’s Peyton Smith had 22 points, seven rebounds, William Otott five assists. Collegiate’s Jaden Parker scored 11 and had seven rebounds.

Galena 38, Wellsville 35 — Galena’s Tyler Little scored 14 and had nine rebounds, five assists, and Jackson Perry had 13 points, hitting 3 of 4 from three. Wellsville’s Dylan McCarty scored 12, William Dorsey hit 3 of 5 threes and had 111 points, and Roman Schroeder scored 10 with nine rebounds, four assists.

Class 2A girls

Hillsboro 36, Leoti 30 — Hillsboro’s Savannah Shahan had 16 points, 11 rebounds in the win. Megan Ricke scored 12 for Leoti.

Berean Academy 41, Hoxie 25 — Berean’s Tayton Smith scored 17 and had six rebounds, Lillie Veer had 11 points, six rebounds and Kelsey Koontz 10 points, seven rebounds. Avery Wiebe had four assists. Hoxie’s Josey Kennedy scored 10.

Riverside 49, Independent 30 — Riverside’s Taylor Weishaar had 24 points, 11 rebounds, Halle Studer had five assists. Independent’s Samiyah Ellis scored 16 and Deena Holmes had 11 rebounds, four blocks.

Pittsburg Colgan 52, St. Marys 38 — Lily Brown scored 18 points and had 13 rebounds in the win for Pittsburg Colgan. Lauren Torrance had 17 points and Jakayla Davis 11. St. Marys was led by Brenna Smith’s 17 points and Hayden Heim’s 16 points, nine rebounds.

Class 1A-I boys

South Gray 75, Clifton-Clide 63

Macksville 72, LaCrosse 48

Olpe 46, Centralia 30

Wichita Classical 66, Elyria Christian 46

Class 1A-II boys

Lebo 67, Beloit St. John’s-Tipton 45 — Lebo’s Grayson Shoemaker scored 30 points, hitting 13 of 16 field goals and finishing with eight rebounds, four assists, four steals and two blocks. Landon Grimmett had 18 points, four assists, and Zachary Oswald had 10 rebounds. Beloit St. John’s-Tipton was led by Daniel Eilert’s 16 points and seven rebounds, and Edward Horinek’s 10 points.

Axtell 59, Bucklin 44 — Axtell’s Grady Buessing and Isaac Detweiler each had 13 points and Brandon Schmelzle had 11. Detweiler had seven assists, six steals and Buessing had nine rebounds and four steals. Bucklin’s Andrew Bowman scored 11 points and Jaron Lindsay had eight rebounds.

South Central 61, Stafford 47 — South Central was led by Jack Herd, who had 18 points, seven rebounds, Heath Howell with 14 points, nine rebounds, and Gavin Uhl 12 points, six rebounds. Howell added seven blocks, three assists. Stafford’s Dakota Rodriguez scored 15, Colson Minks 15.

Greeley County 56, Southern Cloud 33 — Greeley County’s Jaxson Brandl had 23 points, eight rebounds, six assists and five steals in the victory. Southern Cloud’sTrenton Welch scored 12 and Ryan Chase had six rebounds.

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