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Friday’s basketball recaps: Andover Central boys, girls beat Maize South

By Joanna Chadwick

In the season opener, Andover Central boys raced to a 15-point first-quarter lead over visiting Maize  South en route to a 70-49 victory.

Xavier Bell scored a game-high 25 point, while Matt Macy added 11 points, Jerome Washington 10 and Kaden Wilson 10.

Maize South was led by Ben Crowell’s 15 points on five three-pointers, while Trey Reid had 13.

Campus beat Salina South 79-54 and was led by Sterling Chapman’s 16 points, Shawn Warrior’s 14 and Keither Florence’s 10. Thomas King added 12 rebounds and nine points. The Colts outrebounded Salina South 49-21.

Salina South was led by Devon Junghans with 17 points, while Josh Jordan had 15.

West beat Heights 45-26. West was led by Hezekiah Washington’s 15 points, while Jaylin Henderson had 14.

Eli Wiseman had 35 points in Belle Plaine‘s 67-64 double-overtime win over Hillsboro.

Jordan Vincent had 36 points to lead Eisenhower to an 88-83 win over Newton.

Andover beat McPherson 82-63, hitting 15 of 24 from three-point range. Jack Johnson hit 6 o f 8 from three and had a team-high 20 points. Kaleb Gaddis had 15 points, Jack Taylor 15, Harper Jonas 12 and Cade Gehring 10.

Seth Madron had a team-high 21 points for McPherson, while Cody Stufflebean and Jayton Alexander each added 11.

Rose Hill beat Circle 62-56 and Koby Campbell finished with 31.

Augusta beat Mulvane 62-29. Trey Abasolo had 17 points for Mulvane.

Oxford beat Fairfield  62-32 with Andrew Hills leading the way with 28 points for Oxford. Andrew Schulte added 11.

Abilene 62, Smoky Valley 44

Andover Central 70, Maize South 49

Ark City 78, Winfield 47

Belle Plaine 67, Hillsboro 64 2OT

Berean Academy 54, Sterling 32

Bishop Carroll 61, North 31

Cheney 74, Conway Springs 54

Clearwater 54, Labette County 35

Eisenhower 88, Newton 83

Halstead 50, Remington

Haven 62, Hutchinson Trinity 60

Hesston 53, Sacred Heart 48

Hutchinson Central Christian 68, Classical School 63 OT

Kapaun 63, Northwest 53

Kingman 56, Independent 44

Larned 59, Pratt 27

Lyons 58, Ellsworth 46

Nickerson 49, Sedgwick 33

Rose Hill 62, Circle 56

Rural Vista 50, Canton-Galva 41

Salina Central 67, Goddard 37

West 45, Heights 26



Andover Central girls beat visiting Maize South 53-41. The Jaguars took a 21-5 lead.

Freshman Maddi Amekporfor had a team-high 15 points, while Ellie Stears had 12 and Bailey Wilborn had 10.

Katie Wagner had a game-high 28 points for Maize South.

Salina South beat Campus 47-40. Freshman Acacia Weis had 14 points, Mariah Janda had 11 and Victoria Maxton finished with 12 rebounds.

McPherson beat Andover 62-20.

Kassidy Beam, Grace Pyle, Andrea Sweat and Cassie Cooks scored in double figures. Beam had a game-high 17 points, while Pyle had 13, Sweat 10 and Cooks 12. Pyle added 11 rebounds.

Garden Plain’s Kennedy Horacek had 15 points in the 51-50 win over Trinity Academy. Trinity Academy’s Austin Broade had 24 points

Kimalee Cook had 16 for Circle, while Mallory Cowman had 15 in the Thunderbirds’ 61-24 win over Rose Hill.

Cheney‘s Kylee Scheer had 29 points in the 51-16 win over Conway Springs.

Haven beat Hutch Trinity 42-28 with Faith Paramore scoring 20 points.  Hailey Hughes had 10 for Hutch Trinity

Abilene beat Smoky Valley 41-40.

Smoky Valley was led by Ellie Brumbaugh’s 12 points and Breanna Priddy’s 10.

Salina Central beat Goddard 46-40. Goddard’s Kade Hackerott had 23 points, while Brooke Sullivan had 13.

Aubrie Kierscht led Salina Central with 22.

Clearwater beat Labette County 49-37 with Kyndall Clevenger and Carli Carlson both scoring 13 points.


Augusta 43, Mulvane 12

Berean Academy 54, Sterling 32

Bishop Carroll 52, North 27

Cheney 51, Conway Springs 16

Circle 61, Rose Hill 24

Eisenhower 46, Newton 28

Ellsworth 42, Lyons 29

Garden Plain 51, Trinity Academy 50

Halstead 50, Remington 20

Hesston 37, Sacred Heart 29

Hillsboro 49, Belle Plaine 45

Hutchinson Central Christian 28, Classical School 16

Independent 49, Kingman 21

McPherson 62, Andover 20

Nickerson 49, Sedgwick 33

Northwest 36, Kapaun 27

Pratt 49, Larned 34

Salina Central 46, Goddard 40

Salina South 47, Campus 40

SE-Saline 51, Marion 31

Winfield 61, Arkansas City 27

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