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Tonight’s high school basketball scores, recaps (Jan. 10)

By Joanna Chadwick

Boys

Abilene 52, Wamego 43

Andover 70, Salina Central 30 — Blake Rucker scored 21 points, hitting five three-pointers, BJ Redic had 17 and Eli Shetlar scored 12 points on four three-pointers.

Andover Central 61, Goddard 26 — Kobe Smith scored 24 points for Andover Central, Chance Gulley and Bryan Perry each had 11. Jasnoski had 18 points for Goddard.

Beloit 70, Chapman 27

Campus 64, Salina South 59 — Andrell Burton had 26 points, 12 rebounds and Kaason Thomas had 21 points, seven rebounds.

Chaparral 69, Belle Plaine 55

Cheney 61, Maize 46

Circle 53, Winfield 40

Collegiate 63, Wellington 41

Derby 58, Newton 31 — Derby raced to a 14-1 lead in the first quarter, getting six points from Kaden Franklin and five from Dallas Metzger in the run. The Panthers shot 23 of 45 from the field (51%) for the game, hitting 6 of 10 three-pointers through the first three periods. Metzger scored 15 points and Franklin had 14 points, four blocks and five rebounds. Cooper Chadwick had four steals, and the Panthers got blocks from Kaeson Fisher-Brown, Metzger and Jack Ulwelling.

Douglass 38, Conway Springs 35

Eisenhower 56, Arkansas City 55

Haven 49, Hoisington 25

Hesston 63, Pratt 50 — Hesston’s Jake Proctor scored 20 of his game-high 36 points in the first quarter, hitting seven three-pointers in the win. J’air Johnson scored 16 for Pratt.

Hutchinson 61, Maize 46 — Garrett Robertson scored 21 points to lead Hutchinson. Brayden Myovela scored 13 and Jaxon Booth 12 for Maize.

Independent 58, Cheney 47 — Christian Dean had 14 points and Conar Harris 12 in Independent’s win. Burdick had 17 and Voth 12 for Cheney.

Kingman 55, Medicine Lodge 54

Little River 71, Goessel 51

Maize South 59, Valley Center 39

McPherson 57, Augusta 42 — McPherson scored 27 first-quarter points for a 14-point lead, hitting five three-pointers in the period en route to the win. Augusta was led by Kaden McDaniel’s 19 points, while Gavin Kiser and Logan Ruddle each had 11.

Mulvane 50, Buhler 47 — Caden Abasolo scored 25 for Mulvane.

Nickerson 61, Halstead 52

Norwich 46, South Barber 21

Remington 64, Marion 32

Rose Hill 58, Clearwater 25 — Kellan Simoneau had 34 points for Rose Hill.

Smoky Valley 57, Hillsboro 53 — Smoky Valley’s Peterson scored 22 points and Blanchat and Phil each had 10 points. Hillsboro’s Brekyn Ratzlaff scored 23 points, Tyson Plenert 15 with six rebounds. Ratzlaff also had five assists.

Sterling 65, Central Plains 31

Trinity Academy 68, Garden Plain 66

West Elk 54, Central-Burden 51

Wichita Heights 53, Bishop Carroll 36 — Heights had a 33-31 lead after the third quarter, but Marcus Zeigler scored 10 of his19 points in the fourth quarter as the Falcons outscored Carroll 20-5 in the period. T.J. Williams had 16 and Amalachi Wilkins 10 for Heights. Zeigler had six rebounds and eight steals, Wilkins nine rebounds, three blocks. John Hauserman led Carroll with 16.

Wichita Northwest 73, Wichita West 60 — Northwest’s Tasean Williams scored 26 points and David Hudspeth 15 in the win. Gavyn Phillips scored 15 for West, Semaj James 14 and Trey Hardeman 10.

Girls

Andale 59, El Dorado 12 — Jenna Kuepker had 14, Mckenzie Fairchild 11 and Madeleine Schrandt 10 in the Andale win.

Andover 58, Salina Central 45 — Brooke Walker scored 30 points to lead Andover. Salina Central was led by Tyler Vidricksen’s 15, Azbey Peckham had 14 and Brynn O’Hara 10.

Andover Central 48, Goddard 18

Bishop Carroll 49, Wichita Heights 36 — Landon Forbes had 14 points, Leah Henke 12 for Carroll. Mya Mayberry had 10 for Heights.

Bluestem 39, Neodesha 35

Burrton 47, Cunningham 43

Chaparral 34, Belle Plaine 32

Chapman 49, Beloit 26

Cheney 56, Independent 32 — Elina Bartlett scored 11, and Campbell Hague and Regan Ayres each had 10. Samiyah Ellis had 14 points for Independent.

Circle 55, Winfield 29

Clearwater 45, Rose Hill 16 — Carli Carlson had 23 points, hitting six three-pointers, and Elizabeth Tjaden scored 11 in Clearwater’s victory.

Conway Springs 35, Douglass 32 — Melissa Ebenkamp scored 13 to lead Conway Springs.

Derby 55, Newton 28 — Derby had an 11-0 lead with five minutes to go in the first period and went on to shoot 22 of 48 (45.8%) for the game. Addy Brown scored 22 point and had 13 rebounds, four steals in the win over Newton. Jaden WIlson had 10 points and Avery Kelley seven rebounds. Newton’s Amaree Henderson had 12 points, seven rebounds.

Eisenhower 31, Arkansas City 22

Garden Plain 56, Trinity Academy 17 — Madelyn Rolfs made 7 of 12 field goals, had 17 points and seven rebounds. Celia Puetz had seven rebounds and seven players scored at least four points.

Haven 37, Hoisington 32 — Sienna DeFrain had 14 points, Kinley Jacques 11 and Sadie Estill had six assists in the Haven win.

Hesston 47, Pratt 14 — Hesston’s Kendall Brueggen had 17 points.

Hillsboro 51, Smoky Valley 49 — Zaylee Werth had 25 points and nine rebounds, Savannah Shahan had 11 points in Hillsboro’s victory. Smoky Valley was led by Malm, who had 16 points, Hazelwood 11 and Blanchat 10.

Hutchinson 39, Maize 20

Inman 49, Hutchinson Trinity 14 — Suttyn Harris had 22 points, 10 rebounds and four steals for Inman, and Kenna Woods had 10 points, three assists and three blocks.

Kingman 48, Medicine Lodge 36

Little River 59, Goessel 25 — Aubrey Olander scored 15 and had 14 rebounds in Little River’s victory.

Maize South 47, Valley Center 34

McPherson 49, Augusta 13

Mulvane 26, Buhler 23 — Teagan Garrison had 11 points to lead Mulvane.

Nickerson 50, Halstead 45 — Nickerson senior Ava Jones made her first appearance in a game since her family was struck by a car in Louisville, an accident that killed her father and seriously injured Jones and her mother.

Norwich 61, South Barber 7

Remington 60, Marion 20

Salina South 44, Campus 14

SE-Saline 45, Clay Center 28

Wamego 42, Abilene 17

Wellington 82, Collegiate 17 — Britt Zeka scored 24 and Val Norwood 15 in Wellington’s win. Ashlyn Gerten and Kylan Gregory each had 13.

Wichita East 61, Wichita North 28 — East’s Nyah Chandler scored a game-high 27 points, 25 in the final three periods. Ari Moore had 14 points.

Wichita Northwest 57, Wichita West 7 — N’ascent Robinson scored 16 points , and Mckenzie Edwards and Kamyra Barber each had 12.

Wichita South 58, Wichita Southeast 51 — RaMya Kennedy scored 19 points and Zion Butler had 16 in South’s win.

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