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Tuesday’s high school basketball scores, stats, recaps (Feb. 5)

By Joanna Chadwick

Boys

Andover 66, Arkansas City 37 — Blake Rucker had 18 in the win, Ezekial McCaskill had eight rebounds and Quenci Bradford seven rebounds, and Josh Kim had five assists. Aidan Brantley had 10 for Ark City.

Andover Central 52, Salina Central 43 — Jayden Brown scored 22 for Andover Central and Jace Adler had 15. Salina Central’s Luke Affholder hit four threes and had 12 points, and Warrick VanBlaican had 25 points.

Beloit 45, SE-Saline 28

Beloit St. John’s-Tipton 79, Lakeside 48

Cheney 88, Belle Plaine 36 — Josh Burdick scored a game-high 24 for Cheney. Caleb Ouellette scored 12 for Belle Plaine

Circle 75, Wellington 45

Conway Springs 51, Chaparral 33 — Nash Johnson had 16 to lead Conway Springs.

Council Grove 60, Eureka 33

Cunningham 66, Hutchinson Central Christian 58

Derby 72, Salina South 47 — Derby hit its first six shots, including two threes from Mason Anderson, and two field goals apiece by Kaden Franklin and Jack Ulwelling. Franklin scored 25 points and had 16 rebounds in Derby’s win. Ulwelling had 11 points, Anderson 10.

El Dorado 58, Winfield 51

Elyria 66, Goessel 19

Garden Plain 59, Independent 56 OT — Garden Plain’s Gabe Kampling threw up a three at the buzzer in overtime and clearly didn’t think it went in until the crowd started cheering.

Goddard 69, Valley Center 54

Hesston 64, Halstead 30

Hutchinson 70, Eisenhower 54 — Jax Heneha scored 26 points and hit six three-pointers. Teammates Devon Spiller had 13 and Terrell King 11. Chase George and Ariay Daracan each scored 14 for Eisenhower.

Maize 62, Campus 56 — Braydon Myovela had 22 points to lead Maize, and Charles Sharp had 10. Campus’ Andrell Burton scored a game-high 27 points, including 21 in the first half, and teammate Kaason Thomas scored 17.

Maize South 62, Newton 30

McPherson 56, Hays 45

Moundridge 65, Marion 38 — Moundridge’s Kreighton Kanitz scored 18 points, Bear Moddelmog 15, Henry Hecox 13 in the win. J. Lanning had 11 for Marion.

Mulvane 61, Andale 52

Rose Hill 52, Augusta 48 — Rose Hill’s Evans had 16, Ford 12 and Chickadong 10 in the win. Albert scored 20, Gavin Kiser 16 and Logan Ruddle 10 for Augusta.

Wichita Heights 74, Wichita South 43 — Chase Robinson had 19, Aven M’boule 14 and TJ Williams 12 in the Heights win. Jonovan Howard had 17 for South. Williams had seven rebounds and eight assists, Robinson had seven rebounds, Amalachi Wilkins 11 rebounds and four assists.

Wichita Southeast 76, Wichita Northwest 72 OT — Southeast’s Anthony Granger scored five of his 15 points in the overtime. Teammate DJ Brown scored 26 points, and Collin Laws, Preston Dinh and Jamarkus Robinson each scored 10. Northwest’s Jerome Henderson scored 24, Eli Benning 16, Tasean Williams 15 and Jayce Glasper 10.

Wichita West 46, Bishop Carroll 44

Girls

Andale 53, Mulvane 34

Andover 51, Arkansas City 24

Andover Central 41, Salina Central 40

Beloit 45, SE-Saline 37 — Beloit’s Peyton Remus scored 16 points, Addison Burke 14 and Cassandria Thompson 10. Lexi Jacobson led SE-Saline with 11.

Beloit St. John’s-Tipton 62, Lakeside 29

Bishop Carroll 62, Wichita West 2 — Carroll’s Leah Henke scored a game-high 17 points as 11 players scored.

Cheney 59, Belle Plaine 44 — Cheney’s Reagan Ayres scored 16, Peyton McCormick 13 and Raegan Black 12. Belle Plaine was led by Mandy Talbot, who had 12 points, and Ella Lawless, seven rebounds.

Concordia 49, Abilene 37

Conway Springs 50, Chaparral 39 — Conway Springs’ Melissa Ebenkamp had 13 points, seven steals, and Macie Hartman had 12 points.

Derby 58, Salina South 37 — Derby held Salina South scoreless for more than five minutes in the fourth quarter as it went on a 14-0 run. Macayla Askew scored 16, Jaden Wilson 14 and Destiny Smith 13 in Derby’s win. Payten Fritz led Salina South with 17.

Elyria 28, Goessel 25

Halstead 49, Hesston 40

Haven 41, Pratt 35 — Avery Brawner had 16 points, eight rebounds, three steals for Haven, and Sienna DeFrain had 13 points and five blocks.

Hays 44, McPherson 41

Hutchinson 37, Eisenhower 31 — Kaia Smith scored 13 points to lead Hutchinson. Eisenhower’s Carly Dameron scored a game-high 14 points, and Sydney Crees had 10.

Hutchinson Central Christian 43, Cunningham 27 — Central Christian gave up five second-half points.

Independent 57, Garden Plain 18

Maize South 80, Newton 14

Nickerson 57, Lyons 34

Rose Hill 42, Augusta 33 — Mady Barger had 14 in Rose Hill’s win. Augusta’s Emma Bourm had 13 and Ella Bourm 10

Valley Center 35, Goddard 20

Wellington 66, Circle 22 — Britt Zeka had a game-high 19 points and Val Norwood scored 14 for Wellington, Lyndi Barton 11.

Wichita Heights 52, Wichita South 19 — SaMiyah Ellis scored a game-high 17 for Heights.

Wichita Southeast 43, Wichita Northwest 33 — Alana Webb scored 26 to lead Southeast in the win. Aaliyah Richard led Northwest with 20 points.

Winfield 51, El Dorado 29

Monday’s games

Boys

Belle Plaine 61, Udall 50 — Belle Plaine was led by Talen Henley (23 points), Caleb Ouellette (13 points) and Levi Christy (10 points, 10 rebounds). Udall’s Jenson Harness scored 32.

West Elk 73, Bluestem 53 — Maddex Moreno scored 27 points, and Uriah Tillpaugh scored 20 and had 12 rebounds

Girls

Belle Plaine 54, Udall 52 — Belle Plaine’s Mandy Talbot scored 12 and Ella Lawless had 10 rebounds. Udall’s Lily Hoffman scored 18 points and Kayl Knapp had 14.

Trinity Academy 41, Clearwater 37 — Clearwater took the lead in the fourth quarter after trailing by eight at halftime. But Trinity came away with the win. Elizabeth Tjaden scored 15 for Clearwater.

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