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Friday’s high school basketball playoff scores, stats and recaps (March 1)

By Joanna Chadwick


Andover 69, Topeka West 61 — Quenci Bradford scored 18 points, hitting three three-pointers, Josh Kim had 16 points and Walker McClellan 11 in Andover’s win.

Conway Springs 47, Independent 35

Great Bend 69, Hutchinson 54 — Great Bend’s Maddox Spray scored 21 points, all in the second half, and hit 12 of 13 from the line. Great Bend was 24 of 31 from the line, Hutchinson 5 of 13. Ian Premer scored a game-high 23 points for Great Bend. Terrell King scored 21 points and Jax Heneha 16 for Hutchinson.

Kapaun 72, Goddard 42

Maize South 56, Andover Central 31 — Maize South’s Cy Stucky scored 13, Darius Felton scored 13, all in the second half, and Sam Kemp had 10.

Moundridge 61, Hillsboro 42 — Kreighton Kanitz scored 23 points and Bear Moddelmog 18 in Moundridge’s victory. Driggers scored 11 for Hillsboro, and Wichert had 10.

5A boys advancing to next week’s state tournament: Andover, DeSoto, Great Bend, Highland Park, Kapaun, KC Piper, Maize South, Shawnee Heights.


Andale 42, Circle 36 — Grimes scored 20 to lead Andale.

Cheney 59, Chaparral 29

Clearwater 45, Concordia 33 — Justine Berlin scored 13 and Elizabeth Tjaden 12 in Clearwater’s win.

Derby 69, Wichita East 38 — Derby’s Macayla Askew had 13 of her 17 rebounds in the first half as Derby opened the game with a 12-0 run en route to the win. Askew finished with 16 points, Destiny Smith had 11 points and hit three three-pointers. Ten Derby players scored. Chandler scored 15 for East.

Ellsworth 46, Hoisington 42

Halstead 53, Osage City 34

Haven 43, Larned 37 — Sienna DeFrain scored 25 points, and Avery Brawner had 11 rebounds in Haven’s win.

Hutchinson Central Christian 51, Elyria Christian 20

McPherson 68, Clay Center 55 — McPherson’s Karter Alvord hit 4 of 8 from three and Madi Moors hit 3 of 6 from three in the win. Moors finished with 13 points, four assists and Alvord had 24 points. Jaela Thompson had 14 points, eight rebounds, eight assists and five steals. Jayla McCleod had 15 points and five steals, and Reanna Eilrich had seven rebounds. Clay Center’s Lily Edwards scored a game-high 26 points.

Washburn Rural 47, Wichita South 34

Wellington 58, Scott City 22 — Val Norwood scored 14, Lyndi Barton 13 and Britt Zeka 10 in Wellington’s win.

Wichita Heights 43, Wichita Southeast 25

6A girls advancing to next week’s state tournament: BV North, Derby, Manhattan, Olathe South, SM Northwest, SM South, Washburn Rural, Wichita Heights

Class 4A girls advancing to next week’s state tournament: Andale, Bishop Miege, Clearwater, Fort Scott, Labette County, McPherson, Ottawa, Wellington.

Thursday’s games


Beloit 63, Silver Lake 35

Canton-Galva 45, Sylvan 37

Central-Burden 57, Wichita Central Christian 24

Cheney 62, Trinity Academy 44

Ellsworth 55, Lyons 45

Haven 43, Hoisington 35

Madison-Hamilton 43, Crest 37

Norwich 69, Udall 51

SE-Saline 57, Hesston 47

Wichita Collegiate 77, Fredonia 27


Eureka 44, KC Christian 33

Hillsboro 46, Inman 40

Independent 62, Garden Plain 29

Leoti 67, Medicine Lodge 44

Moundridge 49, Berean Academy 31

Remington 51, Wichita Classical 29

SE-Cherokee 39, West Elk 32

Wabaunsee 62, Salina Sacred Heart 50

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