Saturday’s postseason basketball scores, stats and recaps

By Joanna Chadwick

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Boys

Belle Plaine 73, Garden Plain 53 — Eli Wiseman scored 37 points to lead Belle Plaine, and Austin Hilton had 18.

Bishop Carroll 53, Andover 34

Erie 42, Uniontown 38

Hays 61, Salina South 48

Hillsboro 49, Hutchinson Trinity 47 — Hillsboro won the game on a last-second shot. Trinity’s Lucas Hammeke had tied the score at 47 with a three-pointer with 18 seconds to go.

Maize 64, Valley Center 46 — Maize’s Avery Johnson led the Eagles with 17 points, while Winston Bing ahd 11. Eli Isaacs scored a game-high 23 points for Valley Center and Gabe Phillips had 12.

Trinity Academy 61, Cheney 57 — Christian Williams led Trinity with 16 points and Jevon Hill had 12, while Bryson Perez had 11 and Charles scored 10. Cheney’s Grace scored 25 points and Harrison Voth scored 17.

 

Girls

Andale 20, Circle 17

Cheney 55, Eureka 51

Clay Center 57, Concordia 25

Clearwater 34, Wellington 32

Cunningham 36, Hutchinson Central Christian 33

Derby 64, Southeast 31 — Addy Brown led Derby with 21 points, hitting 7 of 10 field goals and finishing with 10 rebounds. Tatum Boettjer had 14 points and Derryana Cobbins scored 12. Jaila Harding had 11 for Southeast.

Dodge City 56, Liberal 47 — Kisa Unruh led Dodge City with 18 points and Camree Johnson had 17 points and 11 rebounds.

Flinthills 54, Udall 42

Garden Plain 50, Independent 43 — Madysen Zoglman led Garden Plain with 17 points and Madelyn Rolfs had six rebounds. Malgosia Byczkowska scored a team-high 15 points and Nicole Szadkowska finished with 11.

Halstead 40, Hesston 36 — Kaleigh O’Brien led Halstead with 16 points and Karenna Gerber had 14 in the win. Hesston’s Caryn Yoder scored 15.

Heights 60, East 27

Hugoton 60, Cimarron 33

Little River 50, Rural Vista 31

McPherson 53, Nickerson 35 — McPherson’s Kassidy Beam made 9 of 12 shots, hitting five three-pointers as she scored a game-high 25 points. Grace Pyle added 15 points. Nickerson’s Ava Jones had a team-high 22 points on 9-of-11 shooting.

Norwich 46, Pretty Prairie 29