Saturday’s basketball recaps (Dec. 14)

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Today’s schedule at Koch Arena

Maize South girls 35, East 25

Maize South boys 47, West 36

Eisenhower girls 44, North 32

Eisenhower boys 63, Heights 47

Derby girls 46, Kapaun, 35

Derby boys 61, East 53

Heights girls 44, Maize 28

Campus boys 74, Southeast 61

Boys

Campus beat Southeast 74-61.

Campus trailed 14-13 at the end of the first quarter, but the Colts held Southeast without a field goal in the second quarter during an 18-4 run.

Campus controlled the rest of the game, extending its lead to 43-23 midway through the third.

Southeast flirted with comebacks, but couldn’t string together enough stops.

Campus’ Sterling Chapman had a game-high 26 points.

Derby beat East 61-53, hitting 18 of 22 fourth-quarter free throws.

East led for the game’s first 19:55. Derby took its first lead on Nick Bonner’s basket with 2:55 to go in the third.

East had the lead, though, at the end of the third on a Myles Reed basket. Down 37-36, Derby scored the first eight points of the final period and didn’t trail again.

Nine of 10 Derby players scored. Tre Washington and Ladell Clemons each had nine points. Amari Thomas had three blocks, two steals and seven rebounds.

East was led by Fontaine Williams’ 16 points and James Kings’ 15.

Eisenhower beat Heights 63-47. The Tigers led by 13 at the half and by 15 after three.

But Heights, after two straight threes from Marcus Zigler, got within eight with six minutes to go.

Eisenhower took a double-digit lead that it didn’t lose when Cody Houser and Spencer Maley scored on consecutive baskets in the final three minutes.

Eisenhower was led by Jordan Vincent’s 16 points, while Maley and Ethan Stewart added 11. Heights was led by Marcus Zigler’s 14 points and Lamon Payne had 12.

Maize South defeated West 47-36 with Trey Reid leading all scorers with 23 points. Maize South had a 7-0 lead, and while West got within 7-6, the Mavericks stretched it to 20-19 early in the second quarter on a four-point play by Reid. West got within nine points late in the fourth, but Maize South had a lead of 10 or more points the rest of the game.

Canton-Galva 72, Burrton 35

El Dorado 60, Chaparral 39

Garden Plain 56, Caney Valley 52

Goessel 47, Elyria Christian 27

Hutchinson Trinity 71, Pratt 21

Little River 52, Hutch Central Christian 39

Norwich 56, Central-Burden 27

Valley Center 61, Kingman 48

Wichita Collegiate 54, Independence 48

Girls

Cheney won the Cardinal Classic with a 57-20 victory over Chaparral. Kylee Scheer had 24 points, while Brooke Wewe had 13.

Circle beat Labette County 42-32. Kimalee Cook led Circle with 19 points and Mallory Cowman had 10.

Derby beat Kapaun 46-35 with three in double figures. Sydney Nilles and Addy Brown each had 11 points, while Maryn Archer added 10. Kapaun was led by Sophia Gimino’s 10 points.

Archer added three steals and Jaidyn Schomp had four blocked shots.

Garden Plain beat Caney Valley 53-28. Madysen Zoglman had 19 points and Kennedy Horacek had 11. Ali Puetz had seven rebounds.

Once Heights righted its offense midway through the second quarter, the Falcons cruised to a 44-28 win over Maize. Maize had a 14-8 lead at 4:01 in the second quarter.

But over the next 16 minutes, Heights’ Laniah Randle and Zyanna Walker took over to lead the Falcons on a 32-7 run for a 40-21 lead.

Walker scored a game-high 24 points, while Randle had 18.

Sydney Holmes led Maize with 13 points.

Maize South beat East 35-25. Piper McCann and Macy McCormack each had seven points, while Katie Wagner had a team-high eight. East’s top scorer was Tatem Adair with six.

Argonia 53, Caldwell 31

Attica 44, Oxford 35

Canton-Galva 43, Goessel 41

Chanute 54, Rose Hill 38

Cunningham 45, Pratt Skyline 13

Eisenhower 44, North 32

Elyria Christian 36, Burrton 23

Garden Plain 53, Caney Valley 26

Hoisington 54, Larned 28

Hutchinson Central Christian 49, Little River 40

Hutchinson Trinity 56, Wellington 27

Pratt 43, El Dorado 27

Salina Sacred Heart 56, KC Ward 42

Sterling 56, Haven 51

Sunrise 47, Conway Springs 37

Valley Center 34, Kingman 28

Wichita Collegiate 46, Independence 38

 

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