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Boys roundup: Eisenhower’s Evans gets third straight 30-point night

Published Dec. 8 at 12:35 a.m. | Last updated Dec. 8 at 12:37 a.m.

Trevon Evans scored 36 points on 13-of-18 shooting Friday night to lead Eisenhower to a 75-39 rout of host Arkansas City in an Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division II boys game.

Evans made 4 of 5 three-pointers and made all six of his free throws. Evans, a junior guard, is averaging 37.3 points through three games. Brennan Stemple added 12 points for Eisenhower (3-0). Kavin Harris had 15 points for Ark City (0-3).

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Goddard 65, Maize South 57 — Maize South couldn’t overcome a disastrous first quarter, where the Mavericks were outscored 16-2. Joey SanMiguel led Goddard with 19 points while Tucker Vang and Collin Nevil chipped in with 11 points each. Brett Barney led Maize South with 14 points.

Mulvane 72, Circle 59 — Ty Redington scored 25 points and Alex Evans had 14 as the Wildcats took control in the first half. Jake Smith led Circle with 17 points.

Collegiate 64, Hutchinson Trinity 33 — Riley Kemmer scored 28 points to go with six steals and two blocks as Collegiate rallied from a 13-9 first-quarter deficit by outscoring Hutchinson Trinity 22-2 in the second quarter. Landon Root added 13 points for the Spartans.

Abilene 64, Augusta 50 — Kyler Steinkamp had 14 points in the Orioles’ loss to Abilene.

Clearwater 58, Chaparral 57 — Johnny Becker scored 24 points to lead Clearwater, which had to withstand a furious fourth-quarter rally by Chaparral. The Roadrunners trailed by 11 points heading into the final quarter.

Derby 91, Campus 63 — Taylor Schieber scored 20 points as the Panthers cruised to a home victory. The Panthers, who trailed by seven in the first quarter, outscored Campus 29-8 in the third quarter.

Newton 55, Salina Central 52 — Jack Kingsley scored 11 points to lead the host Railers.

Andale 64, Pratt 40 — Ben Seiler had 16 points as the Indians won a non-league game.

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Emporia 72, Garden Plain 26 — The Owls were held to nine first-half points.

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