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Girls roundup: Trinity Academy wins fifth straight

Published Jan. 12 at 12:07 a.m. | Last updated Jan. 12 at 12:08 a.m.

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.

Other CPL

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.

City League

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.

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