Monday’s state quarterfinal basketball scores, stats and recaps (March 8)

By Joanna Chadwick

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Boys

Augusta 58, Rose Hill 54 — K. McDaniel led Augusta with 19 points, while teammates Brendan Parker and Xander Roberts scored 13 apiece in the win. Adriel Smith led Rose Hill with 19 points and Xander Landrie had 17.

Bishop Miege 78, Holton 37

BV North 71, SM Northwest 54

Campus 70, Hutchinson 61

Hillsboro 63, Belle Plaine 47 — Matthew Potucek scored 18 to lead Hillsboro, while teammate Grayson Ratzlaff  scored 14 and Brekyn Ratzlaff had eight assists and four steals. Belle Plaine was led by Austin Hilton, who had 26 points and hit four three-pointers. Eli Wiseman added 11 points.

Hoxie 47, Sterling 34

Lawrence 53, BV Northwest 47

Lawrence Free State 41, Heights 36 OT — Aviel Palmer scored 14 for Heights, and Dreylin Kemp had six rebounds.

Louisburg 62, Parsons 30

Lyndon 48, Erie 45

McPherson 51, Abilene 30 — Jayten Alexander scored 20 points, hitting four three-pointers, to lead McPherson in the victory.

Pawnee Heights at South Haven

Wabaunsee 64, Valley Falls 40

Waverly vs. Elyria Christian

Girls

Andover Central 56, Maize 52 — Ellie Stearns led Andover Central with 23 points in the win, and Bailey Wilborn had 15. Maize’s Kyla Frenchers and Sydney Holmes each scored 19 points.

Beloit St. John’s-Tipton 52, Wetmore 40

Central Plains 51, St. Paul 32

Cheney 51, Halstead 50 2OT — Kylee Scheer had 29 points in the win for Cheney. Campbell Hague converted a three-point play for the Cardinals. Kaleigh O’Brien led Halstead with 22 points, while McClain added 10.

Cunningham 56, Ashland 28

Doniphan West 57, Little River 44

Frontenac 71, Osawatomie 69

Golden Plains 57, Dighton 45

Halstead at Cheney

Hodgeman County 53, Osborne 41

Hugoton 52, Phillipsburg 47

Lansing 64, Bonner Springs 51

Norwich 35, South Central 33

Olpe 91, Flinthills 27

Sabetha 47, Silver Lake 28

St. Thomas Aquinas 61, St. James 31

Salina Central 66,  Topeka Seaman 38 — Aubrie Kierscht scored 34 points to lead Salina Central, hitting six three-pointers and 6 of 6 free throws.