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Friday’s high school basketball scores, stats and recaps (Jan. 19)

By Joanna Chadwick

Boys scores

Andale 53, Haven 39

Andover 65, Great Bend 58 — Josh Kim scored 23 points, hitting three three-pointers, and Blake Rucker hit four threes and had 21 points in Andover’s win. Quenci Bradford had 10 points.

Arkansas City 52, Trinity Academy 42 — Ark City had five players score at least eight points, and Kamari Jennings made three three-pointers and finished with 15. Trinity’s Harvey Zimmerman hit four threes and finished with 17 points, and Alessandro Rodriguez scored 10.

Augusta 54, Wellsville 50

Chanute 49, Andover Central 46 — Andover Central’s Jayden Brown scored 12 and Jace Adler had 11.

Clearwater 65, Belle Plaine 49

Circle 49, Conway Springs 41

Clearwater 65, Belle Plaine 49

Dodge City 51, Eisenhower 41 — Eisenhower’s Derek Morgan scored 13 and had seven rebounds, and Chase George had 10 points. Larsen Schneider had nine rebounds.

Ell-Saline 45, Wichita Classical 41

Garden Plain 69, Halstead 53

Goddard 77, Manhattan CHIEF 60 — Logan Davis had a game-high 20, Brysyn Warren 19, Nick Rogers 15 and Jake Jasnoski 12 for Goddard.

Hesston 52, Clay Center 40

Hutchinson 53, Blue Valley 48 — With 2:14 remaining, Hutchinson trailed by eight points before mounting its comeback. Julian Smith hit 4 of 5 from three and finished with 18 points, six rebounds for Hutchinson. Teammate Terrell King had 15 points, six rebounds.

Kapaun 57, Emporia 41 — Kapaun was led by Corbin Johnson, who finished with 18 points, Teagan Charles had 16 and Thengvall 13.

Lawrence Free State 64, Bishop Carroll 37 — Carroll’s Ian Muth scored 11 points and Braxton Martin had six rebounds.

Liberal 57, Salina South 55

Manhattan 66, Wichita East 58 — Manuel Martinez scored 24 points and had 11 rebounds, and Ismael Berry scored 14 points with nine rebounds.

McPherson 62, Derby 55 — McPherson’s Corey Muehler had 17 points, hitting 3 of 3 from three, Gabe Pyle had 16 points, six rebounds, and Kyden Thompson had 13 points, seven assists. Derby was led by Mason Anderson, who was 3 of 5 from three and had 15 points, six rebounds. Teammate Kaden Franklin had 13 points, 11 rebounds, Dallas Metzger 12 points. McPherson advances to the finals of its own tourney.

Moundridge 58, Bennington 49 — Kreighton Kanitz scored 27 points, Kaizer Kanitz had 13 as Moundridge advances to the Canton-Galva finals against Ell-Saline. Bennington’s Lawson scored 25.

Mulvane 62, Wellington 44

Olathe East 67, Campus 37 — Campus was led by Andrell Burton scored 15 points and had six rebounds, Drake McPherson had seven rebounds and Landon Brown 11 points.

Pratt 46, Hoisington 35

Reno County 42, Chaparral 39 OT

Rose Hill 63, Winfield 45

Salina Central 52, Buhler 38 — McClendon scored 16 and Gibson 12 for Salina Central. Buhler was led by McDaniel’s 16 points.

Solomon 62, Canton-Galva 37

West Elk 54, Argonia 43 — Maddex Moreno scored 30 to lead West Elk and Uriah Tillapaugh had 11 rebounds.

Wichita Collegiate 63, El Dorado 31 — Sebastian Hines-TUrner scored 13, Carter Drumright 12 and Robby Raspberry 10 for Collegiate.

Wichita Heights 59, Maize 37 — Heights was led by Chase Robinson, who scored 15 and had five rebounds, and Amalachi Wilkins, who had 12 points, 13 rebounds, three assists. TJ Williams had four assists and Aven M’boule had 11 points hitting 4 of 6 from the field and 3 of 5 from three. Heights advances to the championship of the Dodge City tourney.

Wichita Northwest 81, Lansing 46 — Northwest was led by Jerome Henderson with 16, Tasean Williams 14, Eli Benning and Darrian Hammond with 10 apiece in the win to advance to the finals of the Topeka tournament.

Wichita South 67, Abilene 61

Girls scores

Andale 50, Rose Hill 23 — Grimes scored 16 points and Winter 13 for Andale.

Andover 67, Liberal 39

Beloit 36, Colby 33

Buhler 34, Abilene 13

Great Bend 44, Salina South 37

Hillsboro 46, Clay Center 26

Salina Central 51, Junction City 9

SE-Saline 46, Sterling 35 — Abba Pearson and Maddie Harrison each scored 11 for SE-Saline, and Lexi Jacobson had 10 to advance to the finals. Sterling’s Shklar Olsen had a game-high 12.

Wellington 61, Goodland 34 — Britt Zeka and Val Norwood each scored 17 points to lead Wellington into the finals at Colby.

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