Girls roundup: Trinity Academy wins fifth straight
Shiloh Miller and Caroline Zielke scored 10 points each to help Trinity Academy defeat Cheney 53-36 and improve to 2-0 in the Central Plains League girls basketball standings.
Trinity (6-4, 2-0 CPL) won its fifth straight game and sixth in the last seven games.
Cheney, which shot 33 free throws, was led by Carlea Holt’s 14 points.
Chaparral 39, Independent 36 — Haley McKee (9) and Sydney Wescoat (8) combined for 17 of Chaparral’s 39 points. Marcette Perales and Dani Medrano scored eight each for Independent.
Conway Springs 44, Medicine Lodge 30 — Brittney May (11 points) was the only player in double figures for either team. Visiting Conway rolled to an 18-5 lead and withstood a Medicine Lodge rally in the second quarter to improve to 7-3.
Garden Plain 54, Bluestem 16 — Balanced scoring helped the Owls to the CPL win at Leon. Daylynn Doyle, Noelle Dooley and Cadence Bourne had 10 points and Cassidy Haukap nine.
Kapaun 63, Northwest 25 — The starting five of the No. 1 Crusaders out-scored Northwest’s five 54-10 to improve to 8-0 and maintain their one-game lead in the City League. Hannah Lienhard led Kapaun with 14 points, while Cassidy Harbert was the leading scorer for the Grizzlies (4-4).
Heights 78, Southeast 32— Heights rebounded from its first loss in 57 games. The Falcons used a 33-10 second-quarter run to pull away from a Southeast team that never led. Senior Katie Palmer carried the Falcons with 24 points, while Jharian Bowen had 16, going 8 for 9 from the free-throw line. Leading Southeast was Cheyenne Bullock with 16 points.
Carroll 56, West 17 — Carroll shut out West in the first quarter and scored the game’s first 31 points. West’s Aujanae McCoy hit 1 of 2 free throws with 6:16 left in the second quarter to give the home team its first point, but Carroll still led 39-7 at halftime. Madi Youngers’ nine points on three three-pointers led Carroll. West senior Jamisha Bonner scored 14 of her team’s 17 points.
South 42, East 21 — The host Titans remained a half-game behind league-leading Kapaun with the victory.
Andover Central 81, Arkansas City 32 — Masen Stamp (20 points) led five Jaguars in double figures. Meg Huelskamp added 17 as Central built a 22-3 halftime lead. Kaitlyn Potter had 15 points for Ark City.
Augusta 40, Rose Hill 35 — Casady Marinee scored six of her 11 points in the third quarter as Augusta rallied from an 11-2 deficit, outscoring Rose Hill by 10 in the third period for the Division II victory.
Buhler 57, Mulvane 47 — Jessica Steffen had 22 points and Josie Williams 16 as the visiting Crusaders won a Division III game. Aubree Burkhart and Elise Gerlach had 17 and 15 as Mulvane trailed by 15 entering the fourth quarter and couldn’t rally.
Andover 58, Campus 35 — Jaylyn Agnew scored 18 points as host Andover built a 12-point halftime lead and cruised to an 8-1 record. Hayley Leeper had 18 points to lead Campus in the non-league game.
Clearwater 38, Collegiate 26 — Bryna Vogel had 18 points and Brooke Winter had 13 for the visiting Indians, who took over after a 12-12 game at halftime for a Division IV win. Jerica Skar had nine to lead Collegiate.
McPherson 70, El Dorado 20 — Katelyn Loecker had 15 points and Abby Pedersen 14 as the host Bullpups rolled to a Division III win. Andrea Valadez had 13 to lead El Dorado, which was held to six first-half points.
Eisenhower 37, Goddard 28 — Eisenhower built a 25-15 halftime lead and wasn’t tested from there for a Division II home win. Brynn Minor, Megan Teufel and Kilah Hoenscheidt had eight points each for Eisenhower, while Emily Rausch led Goddard with nine.
Andale 65, Hutchinson Trinity 22 — Brittany Meyer scored a season-high 30 points for the host Indians, who led 38-10 at halftime. Lauren Rowland added 10 for Andale (9-0).
Salina Central 51, Derby 42 — Emily Wood had 15 points and Shaelyn Martin 13 as Central won a Division I game at Derby. Alyxis Bowens had 13 and Madi Greenwood 12 points for Derby.
Circle 32, Sedgwick 27 — Jacy Gibbs scored 11 points to lead the host Thunderbirds to a non-league win.