Kansas.com

All Varsity Kansas Stories

Girls roundup: Maize beats Salina South

Published Feb. 21 at 11:03 p.m. | Last updated Feb. 21 at 11:04 p.m.

Keiryn Swenson had 13 points and Daley Handy had 10 as Maize beat Salina South 44-18 in Salina on Friday night, staying a game behind division-leading Salina Central in Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League I.

Maize (13-4, 8-1) plays three games next week, including a Tuesday matchup against Salina Central (17-0, 9-0).

AV-CTL

Augusta 46, Collegiate 35 — Augusta’s Casady Marlnee scored nine of her game-high 15 points in the first half as the Orioles won at Collegiate. Alex Payne scored 14 to lead Collegiate and also had two blocked shots.

Andale 35, Circle 20 — The host Indians won and moved closer to Division IV-leading Clearwater. Brittany Meyer had 13 points and Kylee Ebert and Lauren Rowland had 11 each for Andale, while Katie Frankenbery had 12 to lead Circle.

Andover 66, Maize South 35 — The host Trojans kept their half-game lead in Division II behind 13 points from Jaylyn Agnew and 11 from Maddie Routhier. Jaelynn McLaurian led Maize South with 16 points.

Andover Central 56, Goddard 28 — The host Jaguars got 13 points from Skyler Snodgrass to rout Goddard and stay within a half-game of Andover in Division II.

Rose Hill 45, El Dorado 42 — Rose Hill jumped to a six-point lead with a minute to go, then held off a late El Dorado surge. Aubrey Olson hit a three to cut El Dorado’s deficit to three. El Dorado got the ball back on a Rose Hill turnover, but the Wildcats missed a final three. Autumn Lipscomb led Rose Hill in scoring with 12.

Valley Center 54, Eisenhower 53 — Valley Center rallied from a seven-point deficit in the fourth quarter to win a road game over Eisenhower. Kylie Webber led the Hornets with 18 points, with Megan Barnes adding 11. Brynn Minor led Eisenhower with 23 points. Both teams are 6-4 in Division II.

Wellington 44, Clearwater 41 — Wellington hit 9 of 16 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off Clearwater. Lauryn Snipes (17) and Carlie McComb (15) combined for 32 of Wellington’s 44 points. Clearwater leading scorer Bryna Vogel, who scored eight points, was injured and did not return.

Mulvane 43, Winfield 41 — The Wildcats won despite scoring five fourth-quarter points. Aubree Burkhart had 18 points and Destynee Donaldson 12 for Mulvane.

Central Plains League

Trinity Academy 53, Bluestem 14 — Shiloh Miller had 13 points for the host Knights (13-6, 7-2), who remained tied with Garden Plain for second in the CPL.

Conway Springs 41, Independent 36 — Sara Echelberry’s 17 points sparked Conway Springs. Elizabeth Jarvis paced Independent with 14.

Garden Plain 59, Chaparral 25 — The Owls remained in a second-place CPL tie after holding host Chaparral to 10 first-half points. Noelle Dooley had 22 points for Garden Plain and Lizzie Costello had 15.