Friday’s basketball scores and recaps (Jan. 29)

By Joanna Chadwick

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Boys

Arkansas City 61, Rose Hill 52 — Trevor Pierce led Arkansas City with 15 points and nine rebounds, Brock Merz added 14 points and seven rebounds, Doug Stewart had 12 points, eight rebounds and five assists.

Beloit 44, Republic County 30

Bishop Carroll 58, North 19

Cheney 84, Independent 40

Collegiate 69, Circle 54

Douglass 74, Marion 50 — Jared Stoffel had 26 points for Douglass in the victory. Jordan Stoffel had 16 and Arevalo had 12.

El Dorado 51, Clearwater 43 — Jaydon Sundgren scored 15 for El Dorado, and Jeremiah Kemboi and LJ Berkstresser each had 11.

Hays 47, Salina Central 46

Hesston 68, Buhler 39

Hutchinson 66, Eisenhower 47 — Myles Thompson led Hutchinson with 18 points, Garrett Robertson 16 and Jake Huhs 15. Eisenhower was led by Nick Hogan’s 15 points.

Lakin 66, Goodland 26

Lyons 53, Ellinwood 45

Maize 77, Derby 57

Salina Sacred Heart 65, Hutchinson Trinity 62 3OT — CJ Gilliland and Disberger each had 20 points for Sacred Heart. Landon Gray led Hutch Trinity with 20 points and Lucas Hammeke had 19.

Salina South 67, Newton 50 — Johnson led Salina South with 21 points, Josh Jordan had 15 and C. Schreiber had 11. Jaxon Brackeen led Newton with 19 points and Tanner Dorrell had 12.

Smoky Valley 57, Clay Center 38

Southeast 71, West 43 — Southeast’s Bekar and Barnes each had 12 points, while Kobe Smith had 10. All 12 Buffaloes scored. Hezekiah Washington led West with 15 points.

Wellington 82, Winfield 72

Girls

Andover Central 64, Newton 32 — Bailey Wilborn scored her 1,000th career points in the Andover Central win.

Beloit 49, Republic County 32

Bishop Carroll 69, Heights 67 OT — Khloe Schuckman scored 31 points to lead Carroll to the overtime win. Landon Forbes added 11. Laniah Randle scored 22 for Heights, while Mayberry had 16 and Cayanna Stanley 10. Heights played Derby and Carroll in back-to-back days.

Burrton 43, Goessel 33

Chaparral 47, Inman 46 OT — Chaparral’s Swartz scored 16, Francis 12 and Kangas 10. Inman was led by Welch’s 14 and Neufeld’s 12.

Clay Center 60, Smoky Valley 28 — Clara Edwards scored 27 for Clay Center.

Clearwater 47, Independent 39 — Elizabeth Tjaden had 16 to lead Clearwater and Brooke Berlin had 13.

Dodge City 43, Manhattan 21

Emporia 41, Hutchinson 25

Hesston 45, Buhler 21 — Katie Kueker had a game-high 15 points and Alex Martin added 11 for Hesston.

Hutchinson Trinity 47, Salina Sacred Heart 39 — Hutch Trinity’s Hayley Hughes had 27 points in the win.

McPherson 58, Wellington 39 — McPherson’s Kassidy Beam scored a game-high 29 points, hitting 6 of 11 threes and 11 of 16 field goals overall. Peyton Howard and Grace Pyle each had seven rebounds, and Pyle added five assists. Wellington was led by Ali Zeka’s 16 points on 6-0f-9 shooting from the field, including 4 of 5 from three.

Nickerson 54, Haven 45 — Haven’s Reese Roper hit five threes and scored 28 points.

Pratt 51, Kingman 44

Rose Hill 54, Moundridge 45 — Rose Hill’s Lexie Rose scored a team-high 21 points and Haley Thrush added 12.

Salina Central 64, Hays 43 — Aubrie Kierscht led Salina Central with 28 points and Samilton had 14.

Sedgwick 60, Canton-Galva 45 — Lacey led Sedgwick with 18, Scarlett and Stucky had 12 apiece, and Mreinn had 11. . Canton-Galva was led by Alexa Bell’s 22 points.

Sunrise 35, Belle Plaine 20

SE-Saline 54, Ellsworth 19 — Karsyn Schlesener scored 15 to lead SE-Saline.

Thomas More Prep 68, Abilene 21

Topeka 79, Kapaun 50