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Saturday’s basketball scores, stats and recaps (Jan. 25)

If you don’t see your team’s information included, email [email protected] with the stats.


Beloit 58, Colby 34

Highland Park 58, Wichita Northwest 42

Inman 57, Goessel 38

Pretty Prairie 56, Burrton 41

Sedan 40, West Elk 39

Udall 70, Oxford 34


Augusta 54, Baldwin 46 — Z. Davidson scored 18 for Augusta, R. Andrews had 11 and Jaren Jackson had 10.


Hutch Central Christian 66, Fairfield 33


Andover Central 56, SM South 48 — Andover Central senior Xavier Bell announced on Twitter he would be signing with Drexel, and then helped lead the Jaguars to the tourney title.


Clearwater 64, Belle Plaine 62

Arkansas City 64, Chaparral 54

Mulvane 69, Conway Springs 67 — Mulvane was led by Trey Abasolo’s 27 points. Mike Manis added 15, Ian Comer 10.

Wellington 64, Sunrise Christian 36


Campus 64, Bishop Miege 59 OT — Campus wins the Dodge City tournament in overtime, outscoring Miege 6-1 in the extra period.

Shawn Warrior had 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead Campus. Thomas King added 15 points, Sterling Chapman had 13 and Keither Florence added 10 points and eight rebounds. Steele Chapman added five assists.

Miege was led by Mark Mitchell’s 20 points and 10 rebounds.

Manhattan 63, Shawnee Heights 48

Wichita East 52, Wichita Heights 40 — Fontaine Williams scored 15 to lead East to fifth place. Daylan Jones added 12 points, 10 rebounds, three blocked shots.

Lamon Payne led Heights with 14, while Alex Norris had 10. Desmond Harrison had seven rebounds.


Great Bend 60, Collegiate 35

Newton 83, Kapaun 56


Haven 51, Cheney 45 — Zane Jacques led Haven with 18 points, while Wyatt Carmichael had 16.

Voth led Cheney with 22 and his teammate, Middleton, had 12.

Andale 60, Garden Plain 49 OT –– Andale dominated the overtime, holding Garden Plain scoreless, to get the win over their fellow Renwick school district team.

Easton Hunter led Andale with 25 points, scoring six in the overtime. Landers added 11 points.

Garden Plain was led by Smith and Dreiling, who each scored 15.

Rose Hill 51, Minneapolis 49 OT — Koby Campbell scored 26 points in the win, while Vrbas had 16.

Winfield 50, Halstead 42 — Winfield outscored Halstead 22-9 in the final period.

Horn led Halstead with 12 points and Radke had 11.


Hesston 61, Holcomb 50 — Hesston’s Cason Richardson made 12 of 18 field goals and finished with a game-high 30 points. Nick Arnold had seven rebounds.

Holcomb was led by Zephyn Mason’s 17 points and Cooper Autry’s 13.

Clay Center 55, Remington 49 — Remington was led by Zane Winter’s 10 points and Adrian Spencer’s 10 rebounds. Clay Center’s Tanner Demars scored 18.

Eureka 60, Republic County 45 — Eureka’s Quiton Phelan had 24 points, seven rebounds and four steals. Gabe Valentine added 14 points and Terik Crisswell had 10.

Riley County 50, Hillsboro 44 — Riley County was led by Trey Harmison, who had 12 points, Ian Uphoff, who had 10 and Garrett Harmison, who had 10, as well. Avery Holle had three blocked shots, seven rebounds and two steals.


Bishop Carroll 44, Lawrence Free State 39 — Free State held for a late three to tie the score, but Carroll’s Alex Littlejohn got a steal and a basket with five seconds to go to seal the win.

Carroll was led by Enrique Lankford’s 15 points, hitting 3 of 5 threes. Littlejohn had 10 points and 10 rebounds, as well as three blocked shots and three steals.

Tanner Mans missed the second half with an injury.

This is Carroll’s first title.

Derby 70, Blue Valley 61 — Derby finished with a strong fourth quarter, hitting 5 of 7 field goals and all seven free throws to hold off a hot-shooting Blue Valley team that hit four straight threes in a two-minute span of the final period.

Derby senior Nick Bonner hit two fourth-quarter threes and finished with a game-high 27 points. He shot 10 of 16 from the field, 3 of 5 from three and also had nine rebounds and three steals.

The Panthers shot 10 of 22 from three — Jacob Karsak was 3 of 5, Isaac Ray 2 of 4, Grant Adler 1 of 1 and Blake Chadwick 1 of 2. Chadwick hit a three at the buzzer to end the third quarter and give Derby a 48-40 lead.

Tre Washington finished with 13 points and eight assists, hitting all five free throws, including three in the final period.

Karsak had 12 points and six rebounds.

Blue Valley was led by Aidan Shaw’s 19 points and four blocked shots. Shaw and Miles Blandi each had four threes. Blandi had 16 points.

McPherson 44, Junction City 31 — Cody Stufflebean led McPherson with 12 points, six rebounds and three assists to help the Bullpups finish fifth. Seth Madron had five steals.

Wichita North 64, Topeka Seaman 60 — North picked up its first win under second-year coach Eric Hammond to finish seventh at McPherson.

Emmanuel Gonzalez made 10 of 12 field goals, scored a game-high 27 and had eight rebounds with three steals. Marvin Ruffin had 12 points, while Omarion Trezvant had 10.


Andover 63, Salina South 43 — Andover won the Salina tournament.

Abilene 50, Wichita South 47

Buhler 58, Salina Central 41

Liberal 63, Concordia 47


Wichita Southeast 71, SM East 59 — Jackie Johnson scored 29 points, hitting 11 of 17 field goals in leading the Buffaloes to the championship. Johnson and Wesley Adkins each had seven rebounds, while Adkins had seven steals and Johnson had four.

Johnson had 29, 35 and 29 points in the tournament.

BV West 68, Garden City 39

Coffeyville 55, Ulysses 50

Valley Center 75, Maize South 70 OT — Valley Center was led by Eli Issacs’ 24 points as he hit 4 of 7 threes and had seven rebounds.

Gabe Phillips added 16 points, while Braden Dalrymple had 15 and Jakob Byrne 13. Phillips and Braydon Gray each had eight points. Mason Burns had seven assists.

Maize South was led by Parker Scott’s 21 points and 4-of-7 shooting from three. Trey Reid had 20 points, while Ben Crowell hit four threes and had 15 points. Scott had eight rebounds, while Adam Kasitz had nine. Reid had five assists.



Argonia 59, Sedan 45

Beloit 47, Goodland 44

Hays 34, Valley Center 29

Pratt 60, Victoria 47

West Elk 43, South Haven 37


Hesston 59, Holcomb 28 — Hesston’s Elise Kaiser had 21 points, seven rebounds and four steals in the win. Teammate Alex Martin added 12 points and six rebounds.

Holcomb was led by Lauren Jones’ 11 points and Teryn Teeter’s 10.

Eureka 46, Clay Center 43 — Ava Perrier had 10 points and nine rebounds in Eureka’s win. Shelby Siebold led Clay Center with 23 points and eight rebounds. She hit five threes.

Riley County 36, Hillsboro 25 — CJ Rignell had 12 points in Riley County’s win.

Republic County 56, Remington 27 — Alexis Hansen had 20 points and 14 rebounds to lead Republic County.


Liberal 61, Salina Central 40

Abilene 34, Concordia 20

Andover 59, Wichita West 46

Buhler 52, Salina South 37

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