Tuesday’s basketball scores, stats and recaps (Feb. 18)

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Boys

Andover 56, Valley Center 51 — Jack Johnson had 15 points for Andover, while Isaiah Maikori had 12 and Harper Jonas had 10. Valley Center’s Isaacs had 21 points.

Andover Central 82, Maize South 70

Arkansas City 69, Goddard 50

Augusta 69, Circle 45 — Zach Davidson had 21 points for Augusta, while Brenden Parker had 12 and Ryan Andrews 11. Beougher from Circle had 15.

Belle Plaine 49, Chaparral 43

Beloit 60, Salina Sacred Heart 49 — Palen scored 21 for Beloit, going over 1,000 points for his career. Gilliland had 20 for Sacred Heart, while Gormley added 11, Richards 10.

Bishop Carroll 61, Kapaun 48 — Carroll won the City League title for the first time. The Eagles are 19-0.

Campus 83, Newton 56

Cheney 61, Kingman 43

Clearwater 56, Rose Hill 53 == Jake Wellington had 21 points for Clearwater.

Cunningham 46, Norwich 40

Eisenhower 61, Salina South 46 — Jordan Vincent scored 26 for Eisenhower, which outscored Salina South 20-5 in the final period.

Elyria Christian 41, Peabody-Burns 31

Erie 64, Eureka 53

Garden Plain 63, Independent 48

Goessel 41, Wichita Classical 38 — Dylan Lindeman had 20 points for Goessel.

Halstead 53, Pratt 40 — Cameron Kohr had 17 points to lead Halstead, while Lakin Farmer had 15 points and Tyner Horn had 11. Bates had 16 points for Pratt.

Haven 61, Lyons 42 — Darby Roper led Haven with 17 points, while teammates Wyatt Carmichael had 16 and Zane Jacques had 13. Lyons’ McClure had 16 points.

Hays 47, Abilene 44

Hesston 46, Larned 45

Hillsboro 64, Hoisington 62 OT — Matthew Potucek led Hillsboro with 19 points. Brekyn Ratzlaff had 15 and Jamari Harris 10. Hoisington’s Mason Haxton had a game-high 23 points and Drew Nicholson had 16.

Maize 64, Hutchinson 55

McPherson 54, Buhler 51 — Jayton Alexander converted a three-point play with 3.3 seconds to go to get the win.

Oxford 72, Flinthills 38

Salina Central 61, Derby 56 — Salina Central had a 13-point lead early in the fourth, but Derby went on a 13-2 run to get within 55-54 with 2:17 to go. Salina Central hit 6 of 8 free throws in the final 1:44.

SE-Saline 61, Ellsworth 52

Udall 57, Caldwell 42

Welington 67, Mulvane 61 — Mulvane was led by Mike Manis’ 23 points, while Trey Abasolo and Ian Comer each had 14.

Wichita Collegiate 66, Andale 54

Wichita North 53, Wichita South 52

Wichita Southeast 70, Wichita Heights 53

Girls

Andale 50, Collegiate 21

Andover 32, Valley Center 26

Andover Central 73, Maize South 44

Argonia 49, South Haven 43

Beloit 57, Salina Sacred Heart 55

Belle Plaine 49, Chaparral 35

Caldwell 49, Udall 30

Cheney 60, Kingman 24

Circle 53, Augusta 23

Clearwater 45, Rose Hill 44 — Carli Carlson led Clearwater with 16 points. Rose Hill was led by Haley Thrush’s 12 points and Lexie Rose’s 11.

Cunningham 37, Norwich 34 OT

Derby 69, Salina Central 38 — Sydney Nilles scored a game-high 20 points, while Heather Mills and Derryana Cobbins each had 10. Hampton Williams led Salina Central with 17 points.

Elyria Christian 44, Peabody-Burns 35

Eureka 57, Erie 32

Flinthills 43, Oxford 34

Garden Plain 47, Independent 27 — Brooke Hammond led Garden Plain with 10 points and four steals. Christia Rose Gorges had 10 rebounds for the Owls.

Goddard 47, Arkansas City 37 — Kade Hackerott had 21 points for Goddard and teammate A. Nunez had 14. Messenger had 12 for Arkansas City.

Halstead 56, Pratt 23 — Karenna Gerber scored 17 points, going over 1,000 points as a junior for Halstead.

Haven 49, Lyons 41 — Haven’s Sara Yutzy had 15 points and Faith Paramore had 14.

Hays 47, Abilene 44

Hesston 49, Larned 17

Hillsbor0 48, Hoisington 37 — Teegan Werth led Hillsboro with 19 points and Kinsey Kleiner added 10. Izzy Gonzalez led Hoisington with 12.

Kapaun 59, Bishop Carroll 45 — Sophia Gemino led Kapaun with 20, while teammate Ella Anciaux had 11.

Maize 54, Hutchinson 29

McPherson 62, Buhler 34 — Ella Schmid led McPherson with 16 points, while Grace Pyle had 15 and Kassidy Beam had 15.

Newton 33, Campus 28 — Campus was led by Tya Tindall’s 13 points.

Nickerson 52, Smoky Valley 35 — Josie McLean had 22 points for Nickerson, while Ava Jones had 13. Smoky Valley was led by Ellie Brumbaugh’s 14 points and Breanna Priddy’s 10.

Salina South 33, Eisenhower 26 — Salina South scored the game’s final 10 points.

SE-Saline 55, Ellsworth 48

Sterling 48, Inman 32

West Elk 57, Cedar Vale-Dexter 21 — Me. McClendon had 19 points for West Elk, while Helms had 14 and Koop had 13 points, eight rebounds.

Wichita East 44, Wichita Northwest 42

Wichita Heights 68, Wichita Southeast 28 — Cayanna Stanley and Laniah Randle each had 17 points for Heights, while Ashton Conley had 11.

Wichita North 54, Wichita South 42

Winfield 50, El Dorado 38

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