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Tuesday’s high school postseason basketball scores, stats and recaps (Feb. 27)

By Joanna Chadwick

Boys

Andover 65, Salina Central 61 — Andover’s Quenci Bradford scored 14, and Owen Allman and Josh Kim each had 13 in the win. Snyder hit six three-pointers and had 22 points for Salina Central. McClendon had 13 points and Jones 10.

Andover Central 48, Emporia 45 — Jace Adler scored 16, Jace Jefferson 14 and Brody DeGarmo 11 in the Andover Central win. Brown hit three threes in the first half.

Chase County 61, Marion 44

Conway Springs 47, Belle Plaine 22 — Taylor Wykes scored 20 points for Conway Springs. Talon Hefley scored 11 for Belle Plaine, hitting three three-pointers, and Caleb Ouellette had 11.

Ell-Saline 64, Inman 37

Great Bend 54, Bishop Carroll 51

Hillsboro 39, Berean Academy 35

Hutchinson 69, Eisenhower 63 — Terrell King scored 17 and Julian Smith 16 in Hutchinson’s victory. Jax Heneha hit three threes and finished with 13 points, and Devon Spiller scored 12. Pierce Blue had 19, Chase George 18 and Larsen Schneider 10 for Eisenhower.

Independent 58, Hutchinson Trinity 33

Kapaun 74, Arkansas City 40 — Will Thengvall scored 21 for Kapaun and Corbin Johnson had 18 points. Colin Frazier hit three threes and finished with 16 points for Ark City, and Kamari Jennings had 11 points.

Maize South 83, Valley Center 60

Medicine Lodge 49, Ellinwood 27

Remington 41, GArden Plain 39

Sedan 61, West Elk 41 — Maddex Moreno scored 18 and Martin Shipley 14 for West Elk.

Sterling 87, Leoti 44

Wichita Classical 58, Sedgwick 34

Girls

Andale 51, Chapman 48

Chaparral 36, Bluestem 28

Circle 58, Rose Hill 34 — Kya Thornton scored 18 points, hitting four three-pointers, in Circle’s win.

Clay Center 64, Mulvane 33

Clearwater 56, Augusta 46 — Elizabeth Tjaden scored 19 points and Justine Berlin had 13 in Clearwater’s win.

Derby 71, Lawrence Free State 24 — Ten of Derby’s 11 players scored in the win as the Panthers allowed seven second-half points. Macayla Askew scored a game-high 12 points and had nine rebounds, and Destiny Smith had 11 points, Jaden Wilson 10 points, five rebounds and five steals. Smith and Askew each had three steals.

Ellsworth 58, Nickerson 37

Halstead 53, Council Grove 18

Haven 60, Lyons 29 — Avery Brawner scored 23 points and Sienna DeFrain 21 for Haven in the win. Brawner had 10 rebounds, DeFrain nine rebounds, four assists and five steals. Sadie Estill had four assists, four steals.

Hesston 49, Burlington 27 — Kendal Brueggan scored 20 points and Abby Proctor 13 in Hesston’s win. The Swathers had a 22-8 lead at the half, but then outscored Burlington 21-7 in the third.

Hoisington 71, Kingman 26

Liberal 58, Wichita North 12

McPherson 66, Hugoton 17 — McPherson’s Jaela Thompson scored 12, and Jayla McLeod and Madi Moors each scored 10. McLeod had eight rebounds, Brooke Dollie seven and Thompson six. Thompson also had six assists and three steals, Moors had four assists.

Minneapolis 44, Beloit 42 OT

Oxford 58, SE-Cherokee 45

Scott City 60, Buhler 47

Smoky Valley 54, Santa Fe Trail 32

Washburn Rural 61, Wichita Northwest 24 — Aaliyah Richard scored 10 for Northwest.

Wellington 43, Ulysses 12 — Britt Zeka scored 14 points, hitting four three-pointers for Wellington, and Val Norwood scored 10.

Wichita East 47, Maize 35

Wichita Heights 59, Junction City 10 — SaMiyah Ellis scored 15 points to lead Heights.

Wichita South 42, Dodge City 30

Wichita Southeast 51, Garden City 46

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