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Friday’s basketball recaps (Jan. 3, 2020)

By Joanna Chadwick

If you don’t see your team and would like to, email your box score/stats/information to [email protected].


Heights 44, South 42 — Heights was led by Lamon Payne’s 11 points, all in the second half.

Jayce Silmon led South with 15.

Kapaun 61, East 52 —  Blake Danitschek had 19 points for Kapaun, while Will Anciaux added 14 and Grant Johnson had 12. East was led by Fontaine Williams’ 18 points and James King had 10.

McPherson 82, Dodge City 41 —  Eli Pyle led all scorers with 18 points, while Cooper Courtney had 13, Jayton Alexander 12 and Seth Madron and Hayes Schmid had 10 apiece.

McPherson’s Cody Stufflebean had 10 rebounds and Madron had nine assists.

Northwest 72, Southeast 61 — Eastyn Ruffin had a game-high 26 points for Northwest and got 15 from Braydon Verbeck, as well.

Southeast was led by Voshon Webb’s 21, Kobe Smith’s 14 and Rone Smith’s 12.

Bishop Carroll 68, West 28

Buhler 39, Great Bend 31

Dodge City’s John Johnson had 15 points and nine rebounds.

Central-Burden 48, Pretty Prairie 38


Inman 67, Marion 24

Moundridge 63, Oxford 23

Newton 74, Maize 54

Olpe 68, St. Paul 42

Valley Center 69, Goddard 42


Burrton 40, Solomon 28 — Alexis Zehr had 21 points for Burrton.

Kapaun 40, East 32 — Kapaun was led by Ella Anciaux’s 14 points and Jennifer Jacobs’ eight

As. Dawson and Au. Dawson had 10 apiece for East.

McPherson 51, Dodge City 30 —  McPherson raced to a 17-4 first-quarter lead. The Bullpups were led by Kassidy Beam’s 14 points, while Grace Pyle and Cassie Cooks added 12 each. Pyle also had 11 rebounds, while Cooks had eight. Pyle also had three steals and seven assists.

Dodge City’s Camree Johnson scored 11 points and had eight rebounds.

Buhler 32, Great Bend 23

Goddard 39, Valley Center 26

Heights 78, South 22

Inman 41, Marion 28

Maize 49, Newton 21

Moundridge 44, Oxford 25

Pretty Prairie 49, Central-Burden 20

Sacred Heart 44, Little River 36

Southeast 38, Northwest 29

West 37, Carroll 33

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