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Girls roundup: Hoenscheidt, Eisenhower beat Andover

Published Jan. 7 at 11:25 p.m. | Last updated Jan. 7 at 11:27 p.m.

Kilah Hoenscheidt had 17 points and helped Eisenhower rally in the fourth quarter for a 42-38 AV-CTL Division II victory over Andover on Tuesday night in Goddard.

Eisenhower was held to 13 first-half points but scored 18 in the final quarter, overcoming a five-point deficit to win.

Jaylyn Agnew led Andover with 12 points.

City League

Heights 57, Northwest 34 — Analyss Benally led the Falcons with 16 points, but Heights’ defensive effort from Kiersten Parks is what pushed the team through a strong third quarter rally by Northwest. Parks had four steals, two blocks and five rebounds. Jordan Hall led the Grizzlies with 10 points.

Carroll 63, Southeast 22 — Carroll forward Jordyn Miller scored 17 of her game-high 21 points in the first half in the Eagles’ win over visiting Southeast. The Carroll defense held Southeast to three second-quarter points and just four in the third quarter. Madi Youngers added 10 for the Eagles, while junior Alex Arline led Southeast with 11 points.

South 79, North 17 — South sophomore Kendrian Elliott made 13 of 17 shots over the first three periods, finishing with 29 points and six rebounds as the Titans, top-ranked in the coaches poll, improved to 6-1. Madison Northcutt added 16 points and Kirea Rogers had 12 points and four steals.


Circle 49, Andale 42 — Circle rallied from a three-point halftime deficit to win a Division IV home game. Caylie Kifer had 11 points and Katie Frankenbery 10 for the T-Birds, while Kylee Ebert had 14 and Lauren Rowland 12 for Andale.

Andover Central 54, Maize South 38 — Skyler Snodgrass scored 22 points and Masen Stamp added 13 in visiting Andover Central’s Division II victory. Mariah Suchan led Maize South with 17 and Jaelynn McLaurian had 14.

Valley Center 56, Arkansas City 45 — Kennedy Weaver had 17 points to lead the host Hornets, who built a 31-15 halftime lead. Kylie Webber had 14 points and Shelby Bosken 10 for Valley Center, while Kaitlyn Potter had 18 and Jordan Salas 13 for Ark City.

Clearwater 45, Wellington 41 — Bryna Vogel scored 28 points for visiting Clearwater in a non-division victory. Teammate Katelyn Bennett had 12 points. Lauryn Snipes had 11 for Wellington.

Rose Hill 62, El Dorado 32 — Rose Hill took control in the second quarter for the Division III victory. Autumn Lipscomb had 17 points, Kynnedy Myers 14 and Kayna Simoneau 10 for the Rockets.

Maize 60, Goddard 18 — Keiryn Swenson had 25 points and Saige Baalman had 15 points for visiting Maize, which held Goddard to eight first-half points.

Winfield 46, Mulvane 43 — Abby Bertholf and Courtney Griffiths scored 13 points each to lead host Winfield in a Division III game. Destynee Donaldson had 21 points to lead Mulvane, while KaSandra Melick had 11.

Newton 54, Campus 39 — Hannah Carlgren had 18 points and Taylor Stahly added 14 as Newton won a Division I road game. Anna Barnum had 11 points for Campus.

Central Plains League

Independent 47, Belle Plaine 31 — Adrien Valmont and Sydney Clark had 10 points each for host Independent, which built a 10-point first-quarter lead.

Trinity Academy 64, Bluestem 13 — Host Trinity led 42-2 at halftime. Caroline Zielke (15 points) and Kayleigh Schrag (10) were two of 11 Knights to score.

Garden Plain 54, Medicine Lodge 26 — The host Owls held Medicine Lodge to seven first-half points and got 14 points from Lizzie Costello and 13 from Daylynn Doyle.

Cheney 35, Conway Springs 25 — Cheney improved to 6-1 due to a 12-minute stretch in the second half where it held Conway scoreless on 27 of 28 possessions and went on a 12-1 run. Taylor Needham led Cheney with 11 points, 10 rebounds, and six steals. Conway Springs (3-4) was led by Sara Echelberry, who finished with 15 points, nine rebounds and six blocks.

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