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Day 2 at state basketball: scores, stats and recaps (March 7)

By Joanna Chadwick

Class 6A

Boys

Mill Valley 69, Olathe North 57 — Mill Valley trailed by one at the half, but outscored Olathe North 40-27 in the second half. During a 16-4 run that spanned 4:02, Mill Valley’s Reece Riedel scored nine of his 22 points. He also had six rebounds, four assists, and Carter Kaife had 16 points, 15 rebounds. Mason Kemp had 11 points. Olathe North’s Aiden B ruce scored 14 points, Tyjuan Porter 13 and Cameron Love 12.

SM Northwest 72, Wichita East 57 — With 1:14 to go, East, which was up by as many as six in the third quarter, tied the score at 49 on a dunk by Wichita East. SM Northwest then scored the next 11 points. SM Northwest was led by Ethan Taylor, who had 19 points, Tyler Salmon (16 points) and Keaton Wagler (14 points, 11 rebounds). East’s Martinez had 19 points, Ismael Berry 17 and MJ White 10.

Wichita Heights 86, Campus 57 — Heights had an 18-4 lead before Campus made its first field goal with 2:05 to go in the first quarter. Heights’ Chase Robinson scored 25 points, hitting all 10 of his shots, and TJ Williams finished with 17 points and 12 rebounds, four assists. Jalihn Timmons had 15 points, five assists, Aven M’boule 12 points. Amalachi Wilkins had seven rebounds and five blocks. Campus’ Andrell Burton struggled with foul trouble all game, picking up his second foul in the game’s first two minutes. He finished with 16 points, seven rebounds and three assists. Kaason Thomas scored a game-high 20 points, and Emaijah Bowen hit 3 of 4 from three.

Wichita Northwest 44, BV Northwest 43 — Wichita Northwest’s Eli Benning hit two free throws with 3.4 seconds to go, then Jerome Henderson got the steal to seal the win. BV Northwest’s Andrew Babalola, who played four minutes, had given the Huskies the lead with 16.7 seconds to go. Benning finished with 15 points and eighth rebounds, and Tasean Williams had 14 points, four rebounds. Jayce Glasper had six rebounds. BVNW was led by Joseph Matteoni, who had 18 points and 16 rebounds. Jacob Fritz had six rebounds and four assists.

Class 5A

Girls

Andover 65, BV Southwest 42 — Andover (23-0) trailed 13-11 heading into the second quarter but outscored BV Southwest 37-17 over the next two periods. Bella Bouddhara scored 19 points, hitting 4 of 6 from three, Brooke Walker had 16 points, five assists, and Aliyah Green had 12 points, 14 rebounds. Katie Evans added five assists.

Emporia 38, Bishop Carroll 35 — Emporia’s Addie Kirmer scored 16, Ryan Peak had eight rebounds. Bishop Carroll’s Leah Henke had 10 points, six rebounds. Lillian Martin and Meagan Simon each had six rebounds.

Maize South 55, St. Thomas Aquinas 52 OT — Maize South’s Skylar Seals scored 24 points, hitting 5 of 7 from three, and Ashley Singhateh scored 19 points and had eight rebounds. Aquinas was led by Alexandra Crouse, who hit 5 of 7 from three, for 18 points. Jamya McPherson and Kelsey Schenck each had 14 points, and Tatum Grimes had seven rebounds, McPherson five assists.

Topeka Seaman 51, DeSoto 38 — Topeka Seaman built a 21-10 lead in the first, but then only scored two points in the second quarter. Anna Becker scored 15, Madeline Gregg scored 14 and had eighth rebounds, and Jaidda Stallbaumer 10 for Topeka Seaman. DeSoto’s Violet Conley scored 18 points and had 11 rebounds.

Class 4A

Boys

Atchison 68, Rock Creek 54 — Atchison’s Eric Smith scored 19 and had nine rebounds, and Jeter Purdy had 12 points, six rebounds. Trey Carter had 11 points, seven assists. Rock Creek was led by Colby Burgess, who scored 21 points, and Brady Schneider had 12 points, 11 rebounds.

Baldwin 63, Circle 53 — Cooper Carr scored 25, Joseph Ziembicki 14 and Leo Schoenberger 11 in Baldwin’s win. Carr hit 12 of 13 from the line, had four steals and eight rebounds, and Schoenberger had 12 rebounds. Circle was led by Landon Boldra’s 15 points, Camden Beahm’s 14 and Ethan Koehn’s 11. Bold hit three threes and Koehn had eight rebounds.

McPherson 61, Fort Scott 48 — McPherson (23-0) was led by Kyden Thompson (20 points, seven assists, four blocks), Cory Muehler (10 points, nine rebounds) and Owen Pyle (11 points). Fort Scott’s Dierks Kegler scored 13.

Class 3A

Girls

Goodland 32, Girard 30 — Goodland’s Marie Martin scored 10, and Jaxi Mitchek had 10 rebounds, five steals. Girard was led by Rylee Brooks, who had seven rebounds, five assists and four steals.

Hesston 65, Cheney 43 — Hesston’s Kendall Brueggen scored 31 points, hitting 13 of 20 from the field, including 4 of 7 from three. He also had seven rebounds. Kaycee Mason had 10 points, Abby Proctor five assists. Cheney was led by Raegen Black, who had 15 points, and Reagan Ayres, who scored 10.

Silver Lake 75, Haven 38 — Silver Lake’s Makenzie McDaniel and McKinley Kruger each scored 18 points. Kailyn Hanni had 12 points, eight assists and McDaniel had nine rebounds. Haven’s Sienna DeFrain scored 20, and Avery Brawner had eight rebounds.

Topeka Hayden 48, Heritage Christian 33 — Topeka Hayden’s Amelia Ramsey scored 20 points and had 14 rebounds, five blocks. Brylee Meier had 12 points, seven rebounds and four assists. Heritage Christian was led by Mia Vinson’s 15 points.

Class 2A

Boys

Lyndon 51, Conway Springs 38 — Lyndon’s Tanner Heckel scored 31 points and had five steals, and Daxten Miller had 10 points. Conway Springs was led by Elijah Howard, who had five assists, and Nash Johnson had six rebounds.

Moundridge 55, Jefferson North 37 — Moundridge’s Kreighton Kanitz scored 16 points, Bear Moddelmog 13, Zachery Dixon 12. Dixon had six rebounds, Kaizer Kanitz four assists and Henry Hecox four assists. Jefferson North was led by Calvin Manville, who had 19 points, and Connor Keirns had five assists.

Salina Sacred Heart 72, Erie 35 — Sacred Heart, which built a 49-16 lead at the half, was led by Max Ehrlich’s 18 points, Will Tuttle’s 17 and Evan Bogart’s 10. Ehrlich hit 4 of 5 from three and Tuttle was 5 of 7 from three. Michael Matteucci had 10 rebounds, four assists, Luca Adami had six assists, Ehrlich five. Erie’s Reid Duff scored 17 and Ethan Dillinger scored 14 and had 15 rebounds.

Sterling 57, Plainville 43 — Sterling was led by Carson Gray’s 18 points and five rebounds, and Boston Ekart and Gabe Fiffel each scored 16 points. Fiffel had 17 rebounds. Plainville’s Jayden Morris had 10 points and Roy Bright had seven rebounds.

Class 1A-I

Girls

Centralia 52, Norwich 30 — Centralia’s Oen Deters scored 24 points, hitting three three-pointers. Tava Gibbs scored 14. Norwich was led by Kierstin Adams, who had 13 points and five rebounds.

Little River 63, Olpe 46 — Little River’s Arika Feldman scored 19 points and hit three three-pointers, and Alaina Eck scored 18 with three steals. Olpe’s Kadey Robert had 19 points, and Lilly Kalsky had 10.

Quinter 57, Central-Burden 43 — Quinter’s Trace Kinderknecht scored 21 points and Shea Salyers had 12. Central-Burden was led by Ben Long, who scored 12, and Ethan Boucher had 11.

South Gray 58, Rawlins County 29 — South Gray’s Allie Reed had 27 points, nine rebounds, and Vi Helms scored 11 with four assists. Rawlins County’s Abby Micek had 10 points, nine rebounds.

Class 1A-II

Girls

Hanover 57, Bucklin 43 — Hanover had thre eplayers in double figures — Gracie Bruna with 18, Anna Jueneman 14 and Katelyn Klipp 12. Drew Bruna had seven rebounds, Tessa Lohse five steals. Bucklin’s Emmerson Kirk scored 15 points and Karlee Evans had 14.

Lebo 56, Marais des Cygnes 29 — Lebo was led by Audrey Peek, who scored 15 points and had three steals. Siara Crouch had six rebounds. Marais des Cygne’s Akyra Traver had 14 points and six steals, Olivia Lacey seven rebounds.

Northern Valley 49, South Haven 42 — Northern Valley was led by Austyn Cox, who had 17 points and 11 rebounds, and Audrey Bina, who had 12 points, nine rebounds. South Haven’s Kelly Theurer scored 15 points and had five steals, hitting three three-pointers. Adele Helsel had seven rebounds.

Sharon Springs 58, Beloit St. John’s-Tipton 44 — Sharon Springs was led by Aubree Richardson (14 points, 15 rebounds), Jaelyn Daily (12 points), Jyma Stafford (12 points) and Jersi Benisch (11 points, six steals). Beloit St. John’s-Tipton was led by Jenna Gengler (12 points), Carlie Brummer (10 points, nine rebounds, four assists), Lynelle Gengler (10 points).

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