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The Kansan - Newton, KS
  • Area basketball roundup

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  • PREP BOYS HOAL Berean Acad, 37, Sedgwick 28
    SEDGWICK — The Berean Academy boys’ basketball team edged Heart of America League rival Sedgwick 37-28 Tuesday in Sedgwick. Tied 16-16 at the half, Berean took a 27-21 lead after three quarters and held off the Cardinals in the fourth. Loren Pearce scored 12 points for Berean. Logan Thompson scored 13 points for Sedgwick. Berean hosts Remington Friday. Sedgwick plays Friday at Council Grove.
    BEREAN ACADEMY — T.Busenitz 0 (1) 0-0 1, 3; Guhr 1 0-0 0, 2; C.Busenitz 2 4-4 1, 8; Wiebe 0 3-6 0, 3; Pearce 5 2-3 2, 12; Smith 0 (1) 0-0 1, 3; Cook 1 0-2 0, 2; K.Wiebe 0 2-2 4, 2; Broadie 1 0-0 3, 2; TOTALS 10 (2) 11-17 12, 37. SEDGWICK — Agee 0 (2) 0-0 2, 6; Tobisch 0 0-0 2, 0; Tucker 0 0-0 2, 0; Standefer 3 (1) 0-1 3, 9; Anderson 0 0-0 4, 0; Liby 0 0-0 1, 0; Thomspon 4 (1) 2-2 3, 13; TOTALS 7 (4) 2-3 17, 28. Berean Ac. 6 10 11 10 —37 Sedgwick 4 12 5 7 —28
    Remington 63, Canton-Galva 33
    WHITEWATER — The Remington High School boys’ basketball team downed HOAL rival Canton-Galva 63-33 Tuesday. Caleb Tanner paced the way for Remington with 25 points. Kyle Regier added 12. A.J. Medley scored 11 points for Canton-Galva. Remington led 41-21 at the half. Remington plays Friday at Berean Academy.
    CANTON-GALVA — Farnham 1 0-0 4, 2; Klingensmith 0 2-2 2, 2; Savage 1 0-2 2, 4; Little 4 1-2 2, 9; Moddelmog 0 2-2 00, 2; Bray 0 0-0 0, 0; Ballinger 1 1-3 0, 3; Tra.Unruh 0 0-0 0, 0; Medley 1 (2) 3-4 1, 11; Tre.Unruh 0 0-0 4, 0; Littrell 0 0-0 0, 0; TOTALS 8 (2) 9-15 15, 33. REMINGTON — Boehm 0 0-0 0, 0; Tanner 11 3-5 1, 25; Janzen 4 0-0 1, 8; Schrag 0 (1) 0-0 2, 3; G.Claassen 1 (1) 1-1 1, 6; Regier 5 2-4 1, 12; Grommesh 0 2-3 0, 2; Entz 1 2-2 3, 4; Zonnefeld 0 0-0 0, 0; Base 0 0-0 1, 0; Hill 0 0-0 0, 0; C.Claassen 0 (1) 0-0 1, 3; TOTALS 22 (3) 10-15 11, 63. Can-Gal 11 10 6 6 —33 Remington 20 21 17 4 —63
    Moundridge 59, Ell-Saline 33
    MOUNDRIDGE — The Moundridge Wildcat boys downed Ell-Saline 59-33 Tuesday in HOAL play in Moundridge. Leading 10-7 after the first quarter, Moundridge put things away with a 20-10 run. Daniel Ratzlaff scored 20 points for Moundridge. Ryan Lorimor added 10. Moundridge hosts Peabody-Burns Friday.
    ELL-SALINE — Arceo 0 0-0 0, 0; Hays 4 5-5 2, 13; Whitehair 2 1-3 3, 5; Omli 2 3-6 2, 7; Walker 1 1-2 3, 3; Base 0 0-2 3, 0; Walters 0 0-0 0, 0; Armstrong 1 0-0 1, 2; Morrical 1 1-1 0, 3; TOTALS 11 11-19 14, 33. MOUNDRIDGE — Lorimor 2 (2) 0-0 1, 10; Washington 0 0-0 3, 0; Higgins 0 0-0 1, 0; Wadley 0 0-0 0, 0; Kaufman 2 3-3 0, 7; Ratzlaff 5 (3) 1-1 1, 20; Huxman 3 1-1 3, 7; Frazer 2 1-1 2, 5; Schmidt 1 0-0 0, 2; Enyart 3 2-2 3, 8; TOTALS 18 (5) 8-8 14, 59. Ell-Sal. 7 10 9 7 —33 Moundridge 10 20 17 12 —59
    CKL Hesston 54, Kingman 46
    HESSTON — The Hesston Swather boys downed Kingman 54-46 Tuesday in Central Kansas League play in Hesston. The Swathers led 32-23 at the half. Wyatt McKinney scored 18 points for Hesston. Tyler McCartney added 15 points. Mitchell Packard scored 17 points for Kingman. Hesston plays Friday at Smoky Valley.
    KINGMAN — Meng 2 0-0 5, 4; New 1 0-0 0, 2; Packard 5 (1) 4-7 1, 17; Albright 0 (1) 0-0 4, 3; Bradshaw 3 2-3 3, 8; Bangert 0 (1) 1-4 3, 4; Boswell 0 0-0 2, 0; Noblit 0 0-0 1, 0; Andersen 2 4-6 3, 8; TOTALS 13 (3) 11-20 22, 46. HESSTON — Gehrer 0 1-2 3, 1; Dahlsten 0 (1) 2-2 2, 5; Duerksen 0 (2) 0-0 1, 6; McCartney 5 5-7 3, 15; Smith 0 1-3 2, 1; Schadler 3 2-4 4, 8; Jensen 0 0-0 1, 0; McKinney 6 6-7 4, 18; TOTALS 14 (3) 17-25 20, 54. Kingman 8 15 8 15 —46 Hesston 15 17 9 13 —54
    Page 2 of 3 - WSL Little River 62, Peabody-Burns 60
    PEABODY — The Peabody-Burns Warrior boys were edged by Little River 62-60 Tuesday in Wheat State League play in Peabody. Little River led 31-30 at the half. Austin Savage scored 24 points for Peabody-Burns. The Warriors play Friday at Moundridge.
    LITTLE RIVER — Z.Konen 0 (1) 0-0 1, 3; Harvey 1 0-0 1, 2; Hodgson 0 1-2 3, 1; Wright 3 2-4 2, 8; Renken 2 (1) 3-6 4, 10; D.Konen 5 (2) 3-3 1, 19; Cordell 4 4-6 1, 12; Smyres 1 5-5 3, 5; Nelson 0 0-0 0, 0; TOTALS 16 (4) 18-26 16, 62. PEABODY-BURNS — Gard 1 (1) 0-0 3, 5; Morris 3 2-3 3, 8; Jabary 2 0-0 0, 4; Kyle 3 0-0 2, 6; Topham 3 1-3 5, 7; Savage 8 (2) 2-2 1, 24; Pickens 1 2-3 4, 4; Schroeder 1 0-1 3, 2; TOTALS 22 (3) 7-11 21, 60. Little R. 19 12 15 16 —62 P-Burns 14 16 13 17 —60
    JV BOYS Newton 60, G.Eisenhower 47
    The Newton High School junior varsity boys’ basketball team downed Goddard Eisenhower 60-47 Friday at Willis Gym. Newton plays Friday at Derby.
    NEWTON — Duerksen 6, Ray 5, R.Kingsley 8, Berry 18, Robinson 10, Lehman 5, R.Wagoner 8. G.Eisen. 14 10 10 13 —47 Newton 8 16 27 9 —60
    JV GIRLS Newton 36, Eisenhower 28 Newton 36, Campus 34
    The Newton High School junior varsity girls’ basketball team claimed a pair of wins in recent games. Newton downed Godddard Eisenhower 36-28 Friday and Campus 36-34 Tuesday. Newton plays Friday at Derby.
    vs. Goddard Eisenhower NEWTON — Akers 6, Black 2, Bartel 3, Boston 5, Saenz 5, Roberts 8, Thieszen 7. G.Eisen. 5 9 2 12 —28 Newton 13 4 15 4 —36 vs. Campus NEWTON — Black 8, Bartel 5, Boston 7, Roberts 14, Thieszen 2. Newton 11 4 11 10 —36 Campus 9 11 6 8 —34
    MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS Eighth grade Newton A 34, Haysville W. 32 Maize So. 37, Newton A 21
    The Newton middle schools eighth-grade girls’ A basketball team ended the season with a second-place finish in the Pioneer League Division I tournament in Maize. In the semifinals, Newton downed Haysville West 34-32. “The girls played well tonight, and knocked off the no. 1 seed Haysville West ...” Newton coach Bob Graber said. “We controlled the game for most of the game, except the last half of the third quarter. The team bent some, but didn’t break. They held off every Haysville West run. Rebounding was a key.” In the championship game, Newton fell to Maize South 37-21. Newton trailed 20-10 at the half. “The girls earned their way to this game,” Graber said. “It was a goal from the beginning of the season. They accomplished much, and were a wonderful group of girls to work with. They will be moving on to bigger and better things in the future, and I amd confident that they will be successful. We fell behind in the first quarter, and were never could quite catch up. I am pleased with the play and honored to have been their coach.” Newton ends the season 9-7, 3-3 in Pioneer League Division I play.
    Page 3 of 3 - vs. Haysville West NEWTON — Schmidt 10, Akers 10, Harris 8, Entz 4. Newton 14 6 8 6 —34 H.West 8 2 14 8 —32 vs. Maize South NEWTON — Akers 6, Schmidt 4, Harris 4, Entz 2, Stenzel 4, Boston 1. Newton 4 6 10 1 —21 M.South 10 10 8 9 —37
    FRESHMAN GIRLS Newton Invitational
    Quarterfinals Central Plains 47, Newton 18 Hutchinson 54, Campus 39 Bishop Carroll 39, Little River 30 Buhler 36, Maize South 18

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