Wednesday’s postseason basketball stats, scores and recaps

By Joanna Chadwick

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Boys

Andover 73, Kapaun 62 — Andover was led by Jack Johnson’s 32 points, while BJ Redic had 13. Grant Johnson had 20 points for Kapaun, while Henry Thengvall and Blake Danitschek each had 11.

Bishop Carroll 64, Arkansas City 33 — Alex Littlejohn led Bishop Carroll with 22 points, while Carter Reid finished with 15 and Enrique Lankford 11.

Maize 66, Eisenhower 51 — Winston Bing scored a team-high 17 points to help lead Maize to the victory. Kyle Grill added 15 and Jacob Hanna had 12. Eisenhower’s Nick Hogan led all scorers with 22 points, and Cody Houser scored 15.

Salina South 46, Salina Central 33 — Josh Jordan had 15 and Devon Junghans 12 for Salina South in the win. Reed McHenry had 14 points and 11 rebounds for Salina Central.

Topeka West 71, Newton 60

Valley Center 58, Maize South 47 — Valley Center’s Gabe Phillips scored 18 points, Eli Isaacs had 17 and Noah Simmons 10 in the victory. Maize South’s Parker Scott scored 15 points to lead Maize South.

Girls

Andale 52, Augusta 15 — Katelyn Fairchild scored 14 points and McKenzie Fairchild had 12 in Andale’s victory.

Circle 56, El Dorado 19 — Circle’s Kimalee Cook led all scorers with 18 points, hitting three three-pointers. Camien scored 12 for El Dorado.

Clearwater 50, Winfield 32 — Brooke Berlin and Elizabeth Tjaden each scored 11 points for Clearwater.

Concordia 57, Abilene 52

Derby 64, Campus 24

Dodge City 52, Hutchinson 29 — Dodge City’s Mataya Clark led all scorers with 21 points, while Hutchinson’s Ziya Simms had 11 points.

East 62, North 31 — Asia Dawson scored 18 points to lead East in the win, Isis Sanders added 15 and Tiana Winn 13. North’s Tary St. Clair had 11 points.

Nickerson 64, Ulysses 26

Southeast 43, South 30 — Desarae Adair scored 11 points for Southeast in the win, and teammates Katelyn Kennedy and Ma’kyia Jones had 10 apiece. Raisa Banks scored a game-high 14 for South, and Serenity Jackson had 11.

Wellington 60, Rose Hill 42 — Ali Zeka led Wellington with 16 points and Airalyn Frame had 15 in the win. Lexie Rose and Aspen Goetz scored 12 apiece for Rose Hill, and Haley Thrush had 10.