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Tuesday’s postseason basketball stats, scores and recaps (March 2)

By Joanna Chadwick

If your team’s information is not included, email [email protected] with the scorebook and any pertinent stats.


Abilene 28, Chapman 20

Andale 50, Circle 42

Augusta 51, El Dorado 41 — Augusta’s K. McDaniel scored 15 points and Xander Roberts had 11 in the Orioles’ win.

Buhler 66, Nickerson 43 — Jack Voth scored 24 points to lead Buhler and Max Alexander had 18.

Campus 77, Wichita South 50 — Sterling Chapman socred a game-high 20 points and Stevie Strong added 13 for Campus. South was led by Frierson’s 18 points.

Clearwater 54, Mulvane 45

Collegiate 70, Douglass 23 — Wesley Fair scored 15 points to lead Collegiate and Charlie Goree had 10. Eleven of 12 Collegiate players scored.

Concordia 79, Clay Center 63

Derby 55, Southeast 50  — Derby’s Deshawne Titus hit 4 of 4 threes in the fourth quarter to help the Panthers outscore Southeast 23-10 in the period. Amari Thomas scored 16 points and Fontaine Williams 13.

Heights 63, West 53 — Heights was led by Bronxon Frierson had 17 points, Aviel Palmer 13, AJ Neal 12, Dreylin Kemp 11. West’s Hezekiah Washington scored 18 points and AJ McCullough had 13 points.

Hutchinson 51, Garden City 43 — Myles Thompson scored 16 points and had eight rebounds, while Jake Huhs had 12 for Hutchinson.

Lakin 61, Scott City 34 — Hunter Davis led Lakin with 21 and Allen Martinez had 16, hitting four three-pointers.

Lyons 75, Kingman 57

McPherson 59, Pratt 25 — Eli Pyle led McPherson with 19 points, hitting five three-pointers.

Northwest 56, East 51 — Northwest’s David Duncan scored 19 points in the victory. East’s Daylan Jones scored 20 points, while A.J. King had 18.

Rose Hill 70, Wellington 64

SE-Saline 70, Ellsworth 49

Trinity Academy 66, Fredonia 38 — Collin Rucker led Trinity in the win with 20 points, and Christian Williams added 19.


Andover Central 62, Andover 33 — Andover Central was led by Brittany Harshaw’s 19 points, Maddie Amekporfor’s 17 points, and Bailey Wilborn, who had 12 points, hitting four threes. Mallory Woolston scored 14 for Andover.

Belle Plaine 46, West Elk 44 OT — West Elk’s Madelyne Koop had 19 points and 13 rebounds, and Molly McClendon had 14.

Chase County 49, Marion 38

Emporia 62, Newton 16

Garden Plain 55, Conway Springs 22 — Brooke Hammond led Garden Plain with 12 points, and Christia Rose Gorges and Madelyn Rolfs each had 10. Hammond and Gorges added six rebounds apiece.

Hillsboro 60, Ell-Saline 39 — Hillsboro’s Savannah Shahan scored 20 points and had seven rebounds in the win. Teegan Werth added 13 points.

Independent 56, Bluestem 46

Kapaun 59, Bishop Carroll 48 — Ella Anciaux led all scorers with 19 points, and Kaelan Quigley hit four threes for 12 points, and Lizzie Romer had 11. Khloe Schuckman led Carroll with 13 points.

Maize 57, Valley Center 31 — Sydney Holmes led Maize with 16 points in the win. Ali Coash scored 13 points for Valley Center and Anna Eldridge had 10.

Maize South 38, Eisenhower 30

McPherson 74, Pratt 20 — Grace Pyle scored a game-high 24 and Kassidy Beam had 21 points, hitting six three-pointers.

Salina Central 52, Hays 29 — Aubrie Kierscht led Salina Central with 13 points and Landry Stewart had 12.

Salina South 51, Great Bend 35 — Sydney Peterson scored 19 points for Salina South.

Sedan 56, Cedar Vale-Dexter 16

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