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Boys roundup: Price’s 22 leads Carroll past Kapaun

Published Feb. 14 at 10:44 p.m. | Last updated Feb. 14 at 10:46 p.m.

Matt Price scored 22 points and Connor Evans added 14 as Bishop Carroll held off Kapaun Mount Carmel 46-43 in City League boys play Friday at Kapaun.

Price, who made 9 of 11 shots, had 11 rebounds for Carroll (5-11, 4-8 CL), which avenged a December overtime loss to the Crusaders.

“Matt has been talking about this game all week, how much as a senior he wanted to take advantage of this opportunity,” Carroll coach Lonnie Lollar said.

Thomas O’Connor scored 16 points and Michael Lickteig had 12 for Kapaun (8-9, 5-8), which led for 13 seconds in the second quarter but trailed the rest of the way. The Crusaders had the game’s final shot, but Brock Monty’s half-court attempt caromed off the backboard at the buzzer.

City League

East 52, Northwest 42 — The visiting Blue Aces improved to 16-1, 13-0 in the league behind 18 points from Zach Jackson and 13 from Samajae Jones. Cortez Carr had 12 points for Northwest.

South 62, West 35 — Zach Brown scored 16 points and Kaden Griffin added 13 for South.


Andale 67, Wellington 42 — Lane Macari scored all 16 of his points in the second half — eight in the third and eight in the fourth — to spark Andale. Clint Walsteedt added 14 for Andale. Trevor Nance led Wellington in scoring with 20, 19 in the second half.

Andover Central 57, Valley Center 46 — Darraja Parnell had 25 points to lead the visiting Jaguars, who took control by limiting Valley Center to one third-quarter point.

Derby 83, Salina Central 78, 2OT — James Conley had 25 points and Keaton Steadman and Jeremy Dunham had 18 each to lead the Panthers to the win in Salina. Steadman had six points over the overtime periods. Derby stayed atop Division I at 8-1.

McPherson 54, El Dorado 35 — Host McPherson, unbeaten in Division III, led 22-2 after the first quarter and got 13 points from Kyler Kinnamon and 11 from Drew Pyle.

Rose Hill 61, Mulvane 55 — Gabe Nickel’s 20 points led Rose Hill by Mulvane. Collin Dempsey (13) and Guner Lampe (12) combined for 25 of Mulvane’s points.

Eisenhower 56, Newton 41 — Newton was limited to 11 first-half points in the non-division loss. Trevon Evans had 19 points for Eisenhower, followed by Tyler Buchanan’s 14 points and Matt Morris’ 13.

Central Plains League

Independent 55, Cheney 53 — Jonny Richmond’s rebound basket with three seconds to play gave the host Panthers the victory. Michael Kay led all scorers with 18 for Independent and Richmond and Chandler Miranda each added 10. Cameron Hill had 17 points for Cheney, with Noah Schomacker scoring 15 and Austin Wheelock 11.

Douglass 62, Conway Springs 57 — Drew Chaddick hit a three-pointer with 40 seconds to play to help Douglass nip Conway Springs. Chase Banister led Andale in scoring with 19 points, 17 in the second half. Cody Holthaus added 17. Ross Rasmussen led Conway in scoring with 28, 20 in the second half.

Garden Plain 43, Trinity Academy 42 — Clayton Milford hit a layup to give Garden Plain a one-point lead with under 30 seconds to go. Nick Thimesch led all scorers with 11 points for Garden Plain.

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