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The Kansan - Newton, KS
  • Area basketball roundup

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  • PREP GIRLS Walter Inv. Fifth place Bluestem 41, Burrton 28
    ELBING — The Burrton Charger girls fell to Leon-Bluestem 41-28 Saturday in the fifth-place game of the Eli J. Walter Invitational in Elbing. Trailing 22-21 at the half, Burrton was shut out in the third quarter and held to seven points in the fourth. Bluestem, 5-9, was led by Hannah Davis with 14 points and Brandee Oliver with 10. Burrton was led by Abbie Winter with 16 points.
    BURRTON — Satterfield 1 (2) 0-0 2, 8; Terry 0 0-0 1, 0; Winter 2 (4) 0-0 4, 16; Gottschalk 0 0-1 5, 0; Hoffman 0 0-0 0, 0; Woodworth 0 2-2 1, 2; Dick 1 0-0 1, 2; Leonard 0 0-2 3, 0; Unruh 0 0-0 3, 0; TOTALS 4 (6) 2-5 20, 28. LEON-BLUESTEM — Heck 1 0-0 3, 2; Davis 3 (2) 2-2 3, 14; Nixon 0 0-0 0, 0; Jurging 0 0-0 0, 0; Harrison 1 0-0 0, 2; Gale 1 1-2 1, 3; Oliver 3 4-5 2, 10; Remsberg 1 4-7 2, 6; Albers 2 0-0 1, 4; TOTALS 12 (2) 11-16 12, 41. Burrton 7 14 0 7 —28 Bluestem 12 10 8 11 —41
    All-Tournament Team Hannah Davis, Leon-Bluestem Zoey Green, Douglass Sarah Hagen, Hutchinson Central Christian Jessica Harvey, Goessel Shiloh Miller, Wichita Trinity Academy Kristin Miller, Wichita Trinity Academy Xannie Quiring, Berean Academy Candis Remsberg, Leon-Bluestem Carrie Unruh, Berean Academy Sarah Wright, Douglass
    Newton Invitational
    Scoring leaders Kelsey Brooks, Olathe Northwest 56 Lexie Hughes, Bishop Miege 42 Sydney Kuhn, Kapaun-Mt. Carnel 41 Taryn Temple, Garden City 38 Jaymie Bernbeck, Garden City 37 Kayla Demel, Bishop Carroll 37 Evan Stamp, Andover Central 37 Sam Bachrodt, Kapaun-Mt. Carmel 34 Sydney Vaughn, Bishop Miege 35 Skyler Snodgrass, Andover Central 32 Taylor Stahly, Newton 32 Newton Kansan All-Tournament Team (as selected by Kansan sports editor Mark Schnabel) First tier (teams one through four) Lexi Hughes, Bishop Miege-MVP Sydney Vaugh, Bishop Miege Kelsey Brooks, Olathe Northwest Kelsi Langley, Newton Sydney Kuhn, Kapaun-Mt. Carmel Second tier (teams five through eight) Megan Stamp, Andover Central Skyler Snodgrass, Andover Central Kayla Demel, Bishop Carroll Shelby Lopez, Bishop Carroll Taryn Temple, Garden City
    PREP BOYS Wheat State League Little River 51, Goessel 33
    LITTLE RIVER — Tevin Renkin scored 19 points to lead Little River to a 51-33 win over Goessel Tuesday in Wheat State League play in Little River. Goessel led 17-15 at the half and trailed 27-25 after three quarters. Little River made a 24-8 fourth-quarter run, hitting 13 of 19 free throws. Davis Cook led Goessel with 13 points. Nic Buller added 10 points. Goessel is 7-7, 3-2 in WSL play, and hosts Centre Friday.
    GOESSEL (7-7, 3-2 WSL) — Goerzen 0 0-0 4, 0; Smucker 0 0-0 0, 0; Schmidt 2 2-2 1, 6; Wiens 1 0-0 4, 2; Buller 5 0-3 5, 10; Showalter 1 0-1 0, 2; Cook 6 1-1 3, 13; Hiebert 0 0-0 0, 0; TOTALS 15 3-7 17, 33. LITTLE RIVER (10-3, 1-1 WSL) — Galyon 0 0-0 0, 0; Z.Konen 0 2-2 0, 2; Harvey 0 (2) 0-0 2, 6; Hodgeson 1 3-3 0, 5; Wright 2 3-4 2, 7; Renken 6 7-10 4, 19; D.Konen 1 (2) 0-1 0, 8; Smyres 1 0-2 2, 2; Nelson 1 0-0 2, 2; TOTALS 12 (4) 15-22 12, 51. Goessel 12 5 8 8 —33 Little Rv. 7 8 12 24 —51
    Peabody-Burns 58, Elyria Christian 28
    ELYRIA — The Peabody-Burns Warrior boys toppped Elyria Christian 58-28 Tuesday in Wheat State League play in Elyria. The Warriors held Elyria Christian to two points in each of the first two quarters to lead 27-4 at the half. Christian Gard led Peabody-Burns with 14 points. Peabody-Burns is 8-6, 3-1 in WSL play. The Warriors play Friday at Solomon.
    Page 2 of 4 - PEABODY-BURNS (8-6, 3-1 WSL) — gard 4 (2) 0-0 2, 14; Morris 2 0-0 0, 4; Jabary 1 0-0 0, 2; Gonzalez 0 0-0 0, 0; Kyle 3 0-0 2, 6; Topham 2 1-1 4, 5; Savage 3 0-1 1, 6; Pickens 2 (1) 0-0 1, 7; Schroeder 0 2-2 1, 2; Preheim 1 1-1 0, 3; Newman 2 (1) 0-0 0, 7; Gibson 0 0-0 0, 0; TOTALS 20 (4) 4-6 11, 56. ELYRIA CHRISTIAN (1-11, 0-3 WSL) — Scoring not listed. Pea-Burns 14 13 15 16 —58 Ely.Chr. 2 2 15 9 —28
    HOAL Remington 51, Hutch. Trinity 34
    WHITEWATER — The Remington High School boys topped Heart of America League rival Hutchinson Trinity 51-34 Tuesday in rural Whitewater. Leading 7-6 after the first quarter, the Broncos made a 19-10 run to take command of the game. Grant Claassen led Remington with 16 points, followed by Kyle Regier with 13 and Logan Schrag with 10. Nathen Eisenbarth scored nine points for Trinity. Remington is 7-6 overall, 2-3 in HOAL play, and plays Friday at Sedgwick.
    HUTCHINSON TRINITY (3-10, 2-2 HOAL) — Walls 0 0-0 0, 0; Miller 0 0-0 0, 0; DeLuca 0 0-0 0, 0; Watson 1 (1) 3-4 2, 8; Maldanado 1 1-2 2, 2; Hughes 0 0-0 0, 0; Pauly 1 2-4 5, 4; Truman 0 (1) 0-0 2, 3; Doeden 0 0-0 2, 0; Billington 0 0-0 3, 0; Miller 4 0-2 2, 8; Eisenbarth 1 (1) 4-6 4, 9; TOTALS 8 (3) 9-17 22, 34. REMINGTON (7-6, 2-3 HOAL) — Boehm 0 0-0 0, 0; Janzen 1 2-2 2, 4; Schrag 1 8-10 1, 10; Claassen 2 (4) 0-0 1, 16; Regier 3 7-13 2, 13; Grommish 0 0-0 0, 0; Entz 0 2-2 0, 2; Zonnefeld 3 0-0 2, 6; Base 0 0-0 0, 4; Hill 0 0-0 1, 0; Claassen 10 (4) 19-27 16, 51. H.Trinity 6 10 13 5 —34 Remington 7 19 9 16 —51
    Non-league Hesston 64, Hoisington 54 OT
    HESSTON — The Hesston Swather boys outlasted Hoisington 64-54 in overtime Saturday in Hesston. Hesston trailed 28-24 at the half and 37-33 after three quarters. Hesston outscored Hoisington 14-4 in overtime. Wyatt McKinney led Hesston with 24 poinys. Grant Raleigh added 16 points, followed by Tyler McCartney with 12 and Ryan Schadler with 11. Hoisington was led by Cody Stetler with 30 points. Hesston plays Friday at Sterling.
    HOISINGTON (11-3) — Schremmer 4 0-0 2, 8; Stettler 12 (1) 3-5 5, 30; Becker 0 (1) 3-4 5, 6; Dolechek 0 0-0 0, 0; Warnken 1 3-3 3, 5; Jordan 0 0-0 0, 0; Broeder 2 1-3 4, 5; Crawford 0 0-0 2, 0; Owen 0 0-0 1, 0; TOTALS 19 (2) 10-15 22, 54. HESSTON (11-2) — Gehrer 0 1-2 4, 1; Dahlsten 0 0-0 0, 0; Raleigh 3 (2) 4-7 2, 16; Duerksen 0 0-0 1, 0; McCartney 3 6-6 3, 12; Smith 0 0-0 1, 0; Schadler 3 (1) 2-3 3, 11; Jensen 0 0-0 0, 0; McKinney 10 4-5 17, 64. Hoisington 10 18 9 13 4 —54 Hesston 10 14 9 17 14 —64 Technical fouls — Hoi.: Stetler. Hes.: McKinney.
    JV BOYS Newton 51, Valley Center 49 Kapaun 59, Newton 32 Newton 72, Maize 42
    The Newton High School junior varsity boys’ basketball team finished 2-1 in recent play. Friday, Newton downed Valley Center 51-49. Monday, Newton fell to Kapaun-Mt. Carmel 51-49. Tuesday, Newton downed Maize 72-42. Newton is 7-3 and plays Friday at Salina Central.
    Friday’s game NEWTON — R.Kingsley 7, Berry 7. Robinson 11, Lehman 14, D.Wagoner 10. Newton 11 4 21 15 —51 Val.Ctr. 5 10 17 17 —49 Monday’s game NEWTON — R.kingsley 6, Ray 1, J.Wagoner 2, Berry 6, D.Wagoner 16. Newton 7 5 10 10 —32 Kapaun 14 12 20 13 —59 Tuesday’s game NEWTON — Duerksen 5, Porter 2, R.Kingsley 10, J.Wagoner 6, Berry 10, Robinson 11, Lehman 4, D.Wagoner 22. Maize 4 16 10 12 —42 Newton 19 12 14 17 —72
    JV GIRLS Newton 40, Kapaun 34 Newton 39, Maize 38
    The Newton High School junior varsity girls’ basketball team won a pair of games back-to-back. Monday, Newton downed Kapaun-Mt. Carmel 40-34 in Wichita. Tuesday, Newton edged Maize 39-38. Newton plays Friday at Salina Central.
    Page 3 of 4 - Monday’s game NEWTON — Akers 2, Edson 5, Boston 10, Saenz 4, Roberts 17, Thieszen 2. Newton 11 2 11 16 —40 Kapaun 13 4 8 9 —34 Tuesday’s game NEWTON — Akers 7, Bartel 4, Boston 9, Saenz 6, Roberts 10, Thieszen 3. Newton 10 11 12 6 —39 Maize 9 16 5 8 —38
    Freshman boys Newton 73, Maize 67 (OT)
    The Newton High School freshman boys’ basketball team downed Maize 73-67 in overtime Tuesday at Ravenscroft Gym. Newton led 37-33 at the half, but trailed 49-47 after three quarters. The Railers led by as many as six late in the game. Maize tied the game late with a three-shot foul. Newton hit its free throws in overtime to secure the win. Newton plays at 4:15 p.m. Friday at Salina Central.
    NEWTON — Motes 1, McKinney 6, Porter 17, Wagoner 17, Kremeier 12, Dickinson 17. Maize 20 13 16 12 7 —67 Newton 16 21 10 13 13 —73
    Freshman girls Maize 41, Newton 19
    The Newton High School freshman girls fell to Maize 41-19 Tuesday at Willis Gym. Newton trailed 21-12 at the half, and was held to seven points in the third quarter. Newton plays at 4:15 p.m. Friday at Salina Central.
    NEWTON — Valdez 5, Ochoa 2, Pulaski 2, Helm 1, Edson 7, Turner 2. Maize 6 15 8 12 —41 Newton 4 8 5 2 —19
    Eighth-grade A girls go 2-2
    The Newton middle schools eighth-grade A girls’ basketball team finished 2-2 in recent play. Newton lost to Haysville West 25-24, beat Maize 38-16, lost to Andover 29-22 and beat Augusta 30-17. Newton is 7-4, 3-3 in Pioneer League Division I play.
    Haysville West 25, Newton 24 NEWTON — Akers 8, Entz 6, Schmidt 4, Harris 3, Stenzel 2, Boston 1. Newton 12 2 9 1 —24 H.West 2 7 4 12 —25 Newton 38, Maize 16 scoring n/a. Andover 29, Newton 22 NEWTON — Schmidt 12, Akers 6, Harris 2, Lachenmayr 2. Newton 8 2 4 8 —22 Andover 5 7 11 6 —29 Newton 30, Augusta 17 NEWTON — Schmidt 14, Akers 6, Stenzel 6, Harris 4. Newton6 6 10 8 —30 Augusta 5 0 6 6 —17
    Eighth-grade B team goes 5-1
    The Newton middle schools eighth-grade B girls’ basketball team finished a recent slate of games 5-1. Newton downed Haysville West 38-25, Maize 28-11 and Andover 24-19. At the Prairie Hills Invitational, Newton downed Maize South 18-15 and Prairie Hills 30-13 to win the tournament. Newton then lost to Augusta 16-15 for the Railers’ first loss of the season. Newton is 12-1, 6-0 in Pioneer League Division I play.
    Newton 38, Haysville West 25 NEWTON — Perez 12, Lachenmayr 10, Bass 4, Long 4, A.Regier 3, Loyd 2, Lujano 2, Mi.Regier 1. Newton 9 15 10 4 —38 H.West 6 5 8 6 —25 Newton 28, Maize 11 NEWTON — Lachenmayr 13, Rostetter 5, Loyd 4, Long 3, A.Regier 2, Perez 1. Newton 3 7 12 6 —28 Maize 2 2 4 2 —11 Newton 24, Andover 19 NEWTON — Perez 6, Rostetter 6, Whillock 4, Long 3, Lujano 2, Loyd 2, Perez 1. Newton 8 4 8 9 —24 Andover 4 2 9 4 —19 Newton 18, Maize South 15 NEWTON — Perez 10, Long 2, Mi.Regier 2, A.Regier 2, Lachenmayr 2. Newton 6 0 4 8 —18 M.South 4 3 4 4 —15 Newton 30, Prairie Hills 13 NEWTON — Perez 10, Lachenmayr 6, A.Regier 4, Loyd 4, Long 4, Mi.Regier 2. Newton 10 5 9 6 —30 Pr.Hills 4 7 2 0 —13 Augusta 16, Newton 15 NEWTON — Perez 6, Lujano 4, Mi.Regier 2, A.Regier 2, Lachenmayr 1. Newton 4 4 2 5 —15 Augusta 8 2 2 4 —16
    Seventh-grade girls finish 2-2
    The Newton middle schools seventh-grade girls’ finished a recent group of games 2-2. The A team lost to Andover 32-28 and beat Augusta 35-29. “We were winning the entire game but let up in the fourth quarter,” Newton coach Jenny Gihring said. “This loss ties us with Andover in the league standings but will put them in the first seed for tournament. ... (The Augusta game) was a hard-fought game and it was a battle to the end.” The B team downed Andover 22-11 and lost to Augusta 21-19. “We had lots of shots at the end but unfortunately our shots didn’t fall,” Gihring said of the Augusta game.
    Page 4 of 4 - A games vs. Andover NEWTON — Mitchell 8, Bacon 6, Simmons 4, Antonowich 4, Berry 4, Nichols 2. Newton 10 2 10 6 —28 Andover 3 4 10 15 —32 vs. Augusta NEWTON — Simmons 10, Nichols 9, Berry 8, Bacon 6, Griswold 2. Newton 6 6 11 12 —35 Augusta 6 12 7 4 —29 B games vs. Andover NEWTON — Nichols 6, Petrie 5, Unruh 3, Barger 2, Jenson, Griswold 2. Newton 2 7 4 9 —22 Andover 4 2 2 3 —11 vs. Augusta NEWTON — Barger 6, Szambecki 5, Brewer 4, Saenz 2, Unruh 2. Newton 3 6 8 2 —19 Augusta 4 11 2 4 —21
    Middle school boys
    Seventh-grade boys Haysville West 48, Newton 36 Newton 45, Maize 34 Andover 38, Newton 33 Augusta 56, Newton 22 Hutchinson B Tournament Newton 31, Maize South 24 Prairie Hills 42, Newton 24 Eighth-grade boys Newton 51, Haysville West 19 Newton 33, Maize 29 Andover 40, Newton 26 Hutchinson B Tournament Maize South 43, Newton 33 Newton 32, Prairie Hills 24
     

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