Tuesdays scores, recaps (Dec. 8)

By Joanna Chadwick

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Tuesday’s games

Boys

Andover 86, Campus 66 — Andover was led by senior Jack Johnson (21 points) and sophomore Eli Shetlar (22), who hit six threes. Sophomore BJ Redic had 12 points. The victory ended Campus’ 24-game win streak. Campus was led by A. Sutter’s 18 points, while Sterling Chapman had 17 points.

Belle Plaine 73, Classical 58 — Eli Wiseman led Belle Plaine with 32 points, Austin Hilton had 19 and Isaac Bible had 18. C. Sinclair led Classical with 23 points and L. Buckingham had 12.

Berean Academy 66, Marion 26 — Berean’s S. Shook had 17 points, C. Kukula had 16. Marion’s Mercer had 24 points, hitting four threes.

Bishop Carroll 49, Southeast 46 — Will Biby hit a three-pointer at the buzzer for Carroll.

Cheney 54, Wellington 51 — Luke Grace (13 points), Harrison Voth (12) and Jackson Voth (11) led Cheney to the win.

Eisenhower 44, Salina Central 36 — Nick Hogan led Eisenhower with 23 points. Reed McHenry had 18 for Salina Central.

Eureka 59, Halstead 29 — Eureka was led by Hayden Mead’s 17 points.

Garden Plain 60, Rose Hill 57 — C. Haukap led Garden Plain with 21 points. A. Rex added 12 and A. Hays had 10. Nolan had 18 points for Rose Hill and Green had 17.

Heights 59, Northwest 58 — Marcus Ziegler had 14 and AJ Neal 13 to lead Heights to the win. Aviel Palmer led Heights with seven rebounds. Hoover led Northwest with 16 points, Williams had 12 and Geremiah Moore had 10.

Kapaun 73, North 33 — Grant Johnson had 18, Will Anciaux 17 and Ethan Stuhlsatz 14 for Kapaun. Lawrie had 11 for North and Gonzalez had 10.

Maize 69, Hutchinson 61 — Maize, which trailed by five at the half, was led by Jacob Hanna’s 21 points. Kyle Grill had 15 and Keegan Harrod 11. Myles Thompson led Hutchinson with 21, while Peterson had 16 and Montaneon 12.

Maize South 49, Andover Central 46 — Maize South’s Byron Fitchpatrick had 13 for Maize South. Clevenger had 10 for Andover Central and Perry had 13.

McPherson 75, Newton 63 — Eli Pyle led McPherson with 21 points, hitting 5 of 9 from three-point range. Jayden Dukes had nine points, 10 rebounds, five assists while Seth Madron had 16 points, five assists. Adam Elliott had 12 points 12, Mason Miller 10 and Jayten Alexander had six assists. Jaxon Brackeen had 19 for Newton, and teammate s Dylan Petz added 17, Owen Mills 14.

Mulvane 78, Independence 37 — Mulvane was led by Ian Comer (18), Mason Ellis (15), Aaron Ballinger (13) and Trey Abasolo (12).

Rock Creek 60, Abilene 56 — Rock Creek’s Zenger had 29 points, while Becker led Abilene with 19. Bryson added 14 for Abilene and Stuber had 10.

Salina South 53, Derby 48 — Salina South was led by Josh Jordan (16) and AJ Johnson (11 points, 11 rebounds). Derby was led by Amari Thomas, who scored nine of his 11 points in the final period.

Boys

Andover 86, Campus 66

Arkansas City 58, Goddard 44

Attica 59, Udall 36

Belle Plaine 73, Classical 58

Berean Academy 66, Marion 26

Bishop Carroll 49, Southeast 46

Caldwell 56, Argonia 17

Cheney 54, Wellington 51

Eisenhower 44, Salina Central 36

Elyria Christian 40, Goessel 28

Eureka 59, Halstead 29

Fairfield 89, Flinthills 24

Garden Plain 60, Rose Hill 57

Haven 63, Kingman 42

Heights 59, Northwest 58

Hesston 62, St. Mary’s 44

Hutchinson Central Christian 58, Canton-Galva 49

Kapaun 73, North 33

Lyons 44, Inman 33

Madison 60, West Elk 23

Maize 69, Hutchinson 61

Maize South 49, Andover Central 46

McPherson 75, Newton 63

Moundridge 59, Hillsboro 48

Mulvane 78, Independence 37

Pratt 55, Chaparral 54

Rock Creek 60, Abilene 56

Salina South 53, Derby 48

SE-Saline 65, Smoky Valley 37

Girls

Andover Central 64, Maize South 30 — Ellie Stearns led Andover Central with 18, and Brittany Harshaw added 17, Bailey Wilborn 13.

Berean Academy 56, Marion 30 — Berean was led by E. Mullins’ 13 points.

Bishop Carroll 53, Southeast 45 — Khloe Schuckman ed Carroll with 18 points and Kendall Forbes had 15. Jaila Harding led Southeast with 18.

Campus 47, Andover 40 — Tindall had 13 to lead Campus, and Morales had 11.

Cheney 58, Wellington 43 — Kylee Scheer had 30 points for Cheney — hitting five three-pointers — and Korri Lies had 12.  Wellington’s Frame had 12, while R. French had 10.

Garden Plain 53, Rose Hill 27 — Madysen Zoglman had a game-high 13 points for Garden Plain, while Alli Puetz and Christia Rose Gorges each had 11 and Madelyn Rolfs had 10. Zoglman added six rebounds and four steals, while Puetz had 12 rebounds. Brooke Hammond had seven rebounds and six steals, and Sydney Puetz had four steals.

Halstead 53, Eureka 29 — Karenna Gerber had 16 points, 11 rebounds and 10 blocks to lead Halstead. Parker Schroeder had 10 points, 11 steals and Kaleigh O’Brien scored a high of 19 points.

Haven 38, Hesston 25 — Carlee Arnold had 10 points and four assists for Haven, while Maguire Estill had nine rebounds and two blocks. Katie Kueker had 10 for Hesston.

Kapaun 60, North 31 — Kapaun was led by Ella Anciaux’s 17 points. Jennifer Jacobs and Sophia Gimino each had 11 points.

McPherson 59, Newton 20 — Kassidy Beam had 17 points and six assists for Newton, while Peyton Howard had 16 and seven. Grace Pyle added 11 points, seven rebounds and three blocks. Lexi Valle-Ponds had 12 points for Newton.

Salina Central 52, Eisenhower 42 — Aubrie Kierscht and Mykayla Cunningham each had 18 for Salina Central. Addi Verbeck had 12 for Eisenhower.

Smoky Valley 65, SE-Saline 54 — Breanna Priddy led Smoky Valley with 17 points, nine rebounds. Adrian Hazelwood had 12, while Ellie Brumbaugh and Kerington Haxton each had 11.

Andover Central 64, Maize South 30

Argonia 64, Caldwell 19

Attica 46, Udall 15

Berean Academy 56, Marion 30

Bishop Carroll 53, Southeast 45

Campus 47, Andover 40

Chaparral 44, Pratt 37

Cheney 58, Wellington 43

Derby 55, Salina South 20

Elyria Christian 43, Goessel 24

Fairfield 53, Flinthills 25

Garden Plain 53, Rose Hill 27

Halstead 53, Eureka 29

Haven 38, Hesston 25

Heights 66, Northwest 21

Hillsboro 48, Moundridge 46

Hutchinson Central Christian 66, Canton-Galva 36

Kapaun 60, North 31

McPherson 59, Newton 20

Mulvane 37, Independence 48

Salina Central 52, Eisenhower 42

Sedan 72, Oswego 21

Smoky Valley 65, SE-Saline 54

West Elk 32, Madison 25

 

 

Monday’s games

Boys

Elyria Christian 47, Burrton 13

Hutchinson Trinity 63, Pratt 38 — Lucas Hammeke had 26 points, five rebounds, four assists and five steals in the win. Walt Gray added 11 points, seven rebounds, while Evan Remar had 14 points and 12 rebounds. Andrew Bergmeier had four points, five rebounds and three steals.

Little River 66, Canton-Galva 22

Parsons 65, Circle 63 — Smith-Reese had 31 points for Parsons. Circle was led by Luke McGinnis, who had 28. Drew Middleton had 17.

Sedgwick 50, Classical 42 — Sedgwick was led by Lance Hoffsommer (17) and Nolan Crumrine (12).

Wellington 46, El Dorado 41

Wichita Collegiate 51, Labette County 41 —  Wesley Fair led Collegiate with 12 points, Mekhi Braubrun had 10 and Charlie Goree had 11.

Wichita Homeschool 59, 29 — Adler Davison had 14 points for Halstead.

Girls

Elyria Christian 41, Burrton 26

Hutchinson Trinity 31, Pratt 28

Little River 80, Canton-Galva 31

Sedgwick 63, Classical 15

Wellington 65, El Dorado 27