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Girls roundup: Andover Central too much for Eisenhower

Published Feb. 11 at 10:26 p.m. | Last updated Feb. 11 at 10:05 p.m.

Coming off an emotional, one-point loss to rival Andover last week, the Andover Central girls bounced back quick enough for a 64-49 victory at Eisenhower on Tuesday night in an Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division II game.

Senior Skyler Snodgrass hit four of her team’s eight three-pointers on her way to a game-high 20 points.

The Jaguars, who trailed 17-15 after one quarter, took the lead on a Brooke Pedersen three in the first minute of the second quarter and never lost it. Eisenhower hit 15 of 16 free-throw attempts, but failed to muster much else offensively against Andover Central’s defense, which clogged the paint and forced the Tigers to settle for outside shots.

City League

South 53, Northwest 13 — Kendrian Elliott and Madison Northcutt each scored 12 points for South, which led 33-9 at halftime. The Titans remained tied with Kapaun for the City League lead.

Kapaun 60, North 23 — Ten players scored for Kapaun, with Sydney Kuhn and Sam Bachrodt leading the way with 12 and 11 points. Kapaun led 21-0 after the first quarter.

Heights 52, East 20 — Heights senior Kiersten Parks scored 12 of her game-high 13 points in the second half, where the Falcons out-scored East 24-5. East was led by freshman Astrid Same’s nine points.

Southeast 43, West 26 — The visiting Buffaloes built a 25-10 halftime lead. Kiana Grim had nine points to lead Southeast. Alicia Ross had 13 points to lead West.


Valley Center 36, Goddard 32 — Megan Barnes’ three-pointer with a minute remaining put Valley Center ahead to stay. Barnes finished with 11 points. Jenna Clasen, who had 10 of her 16 points in the second half, led Goddard in scoring.

Maize 61, Derby 37 – Keiryn Swenson scored 19 points and host Maize shot 60 percent from the field in the second half to pull away from Derby. Brayden Bird added 10 for Maize, No. 5 in the Class 6A coaches’ rankings. Grace Mitchell scored 12 points for Derby, which committed 26 turnovers.

Maize South 44, Collegiate 21 — Maize South senior Mariah Suchan scored a game-high 18 points and had 19 rebounds in the Mavericks’ win, as teammate Jaelynn McLaurian added 13 points and 13 rebounds. Collegiate’s Jewell Bolden had a team-high eight points and nine rebounds.

Andover 65, Arkansas City 33 — The host Trojans built a 20-point halftime lead for a Division II victory. Maddie Routhier had 21 points and Jaylyn Agnew had 13 for Andover.

Clearwater 58, Rose Hill 50 — Bryna Vogel scored 10 of her 32 points in the first quarter for Clearwater. Autumn Lipscomb had nine of her 21 in the fourth quarter for Rose Hill.

Wellington 41, El Dorado 13 — Visiting El Dorado was held scoreless in the first quarter. Lauryn Snipes had 10 points for Wellington.

Campus 45, Hutchinson 37 — Campus built a 12-point halftime lead and beat visiting Hutchinson. Reagan Brown had 12 for Campus with Cheyenne Bosley adding 11.

Central Plains League

Garden Plain 53, Belle Plaine 21 — The host Owls owned a 22-0 first quarter and cruised to a CPL victory. Madison Schmelzer had 15 points and Noelle Dooley 13 for Garden Plain, while Kati Ast led Belle Plaine with 12.

Cheney 41, Chaparral 12 — Carlea Holt had 14 points and Taylor Denney had 11 in Cheney’s home victory.

Independent 48, Medicine Lodge 37 — Abbey Kolbeck scored 15 points to help the Panthers win at Medicine Lodge. Independent took control in the third quarter, extending a two-point halftime lead to 12.

Trinity Academy 51, Conway Springs 38 — Shiloh Miller (15) and Kristin Miller (12) combined for 27 of Trinity’s 51 points. Shiloh Miller had eight of her points in the fourth period. Sara Echelberry, who 10 points in the fourth quarter, led Conway with 20.

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