Friday’s postseason basketball scores, stats and recaps (March 5)

By Joanna Chadwick

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Boys

Abilene 38, Concordia 34 — Parker had 10 for Concordia.

Augusta 59, Andale 51

Campus 77, Derby 53 — Stevie Strong led Campus with 21 points, while teammate Sterling Chapman had 18 and Zion Young had 14 in the win. Derby was led by Fontaine William’s 15 points, and Jameer Clemons had 11, Blake Chadwick and Isaac Ray each had 10.

Classical 50, Oxford 18

Elyria Christian 62, Hartford 32

Flinthills 65, Central-Burden 52

Haven 52, Lyons 41

Heights 68, Northwest 50 — Bronxon Frierson led Heights with 18 points, Aviel Palmer and TJ Williams had 14 apiece in the victory. Dreylin Kemp had seven rebounds and Frierson had four assists. Todric McGee led Northwest with 13 points.

Hesston 51, SE-Saline 40

Hutchinson 67, Dodge City 43 — Myles Thompson scored 24 points and Jake Huhs had 12 for Hutch in the victory.

Lakin 60, Holcomb 40 — Lakin’s Hunter Davis scored 36 points.

Little River 58, Goessel 38

McPherson 57, Buhler 54 — Buhler was led by Jack Voth and Max Alexander, who each had 14 points.

Rose Hill 51, Clearwater 44

South Haven 51, Hutchinson Central Christian 50

Girls

Andover Central 73, Kapaun 64 — Bailey Wilborn led all scorers with 26 points, Brittany Harshaw added 20 and Ellie Stearns had 16 in Andover Central’s victory. Kapaun was led by Ella Anciaux (22 points), Jennifer Jacobs (17), Quigley (12) and Sophia Gimino (11).

Garden Plain 60, Belle Plaine 33 — Alli Puetz scored 11 points and had 11 rebounds, four assists, six steals and six blocks in Garden Plain’s win. Sydney Puetz had 10 points. G. Lujan had 10 points.

 

Hillsboro 58, Sedgwick 34

Independent 42, Sedan 39

Maize 40, Maize South 14 — Sydney Holmes scored a game-high 19 points in the victory for the Eagles. DeKeiera Clay scored 10 to lead Maize South.

Salina Central 48, Salina South 45 — Aubrie Kierscht scored 20 for Salina Central in the win, and Lici Samilton had 13. Acacia Wies had 14 points to lead Salina South and Sydney Peterson had 12.