Basketball roundup: Cheney stops Douglass in CPL finale
Tyler Amsink scored 17 points to help visiting Cheney beat Douglass 57-53 on Thursday night in a victory that kept Douglass from sharing the Central Plains League boys crown with Trinity Academy.
Cheney and Douglass finished league play at 7-2 along with Independent, one game behind Trinity Academy.
Cody Holthaus had 16 points and Drew Chadic had 14 for Douglass.
North 95, West 51 — Zach Beard scored 29 points and Tarius Williams had 21 as the visiting Redskins won. Bryce Money had 18 points to lead West.
Carroll 56, Northwest 44 — Patrick Carney scored 21 points to lead the host Eagles. Brennon Benoit had 10 for Carroll. Nick Williams led Northwest with 13.
Andover Central 64, Arkansas City 51 — Central outscored Ark City 20-8 in the first quarter to take control. Darraja Parnell had 26 points and Christian DeYoung 15 for Central.
Andover 63, Campus 25 — Adam DeKoning scored 25 points to equal opponent Campus. Griffen Jobe added 13 for the Trojans.
Augusta 60, Clearwater 47 — Connor Hurst scored 25 points as the Orioles won their home finale. Dustin McEachern had 13 for Augusta, while Devin Roth and Johnny Becker had 13 for Clearwater.
Eisenhower 82, Goddard 69 — Tyler Buchanan and Bailey Strunk led six Tigers in double figures as they beat rival Goddard. Trevon Evans added 13 points, with Brennan Stemple and Daniel Southworth adding 12 and Matt Morris 11. Ryan Norquist had 20 to lead Goddard.
Maize South 55, Valley Center 40 — Peyten Ricks had 17 points and Kade Kordonowy had 15 for the visiting Mavericks.
Mulvane 65, El Dorado 60 — Guner Lampe had 28 points, including four three-pointers, in visiting Mulvane’s victory. Teammate Collin Dempsey had 16 poitns, while Travis House and Alec Hildreth had 13 points each for El Dorado.
Buhler 50, Rose Hill 44 — Quentin Henricks had 16 points and Jace Williams added 13 for the host Crusaders. Alek Santo scored 15 and Ben Priebe had 14 for Rose Hill.
Circle 63, Wellington 55 — Dylan Driver scored 22 points to lead Circle. Austin Dunn had 23 points to lead Wellington.
Kapaun 55, Heights 41 – The Crusaders survived star Sam Bachrodt’s foul trouble, as did Bachrodt herself, in clinching a tie for the City League championship with South at 15-1. Bachrodt scored a team-high 15 points even though she picked up her fourth foul early in the third quarter and missed extensive second-half time.
North 65, West 45 — Aliyah Bernard had 14 points and Marissa Evans and Hazel Sanders had 10 each as the Redskins won at West. Alicia Ross had 11 and Angelia Murray 10 for West.
Carroll 64, Northwest 26 — The Eagles outscored Northwest 21-1 in the first quarter. Jordyn Miller had 15 points and Hunter Hogan 14 for Carroll.
East 47, Southeast 38 — East trailed by one midway through the fourth but went on a 16-6 run over the final 3:46. East was led by Jade Carranza’s 10 points and 21 rebounds, while Kimirra Lee had eight points and six steals. Southeast’s Alex Arline had 10 of her game-high points in the first half.
Andover Central 75, Arkansas City 44 — Skyler Snodgrass had 17 points and Katie Kretchmar had 14 for the visiting Jaguars. Central outscored Ark City 28-8 in the second quarter.
Andover 50, Campus 28 — Hayley Meisch had 13 points and Jaylyn Agnew had 10 for host Andover.
Augusta 41, Clearwater 26 — The host Orioles outscored Clearwater 13-2 in the fourth quarter. Morgan Kirk and Bailey Reichardt had eight points each for Augusta, which prevented Clearwater from sharing the AV-CTL Division IV crown with Andale.
Goddard 46, Eisenhower 41 — Jenna Clasen scored 15 points and Emily Rausch had 11 as Goddard took over a tie game in the fourth quarter. Brynn Minor had 15 points for Eisenhower.
Valley Center 57, Maize South 31 — Kylie Webber had 12 points to lead Valley Center, while Maize South was led by Mariah Suchan’s 13.
Mulvane 52, El Dorado 36 — Destynee Donaldson, Aubree Burkhart and KaSandra Melick had 13 points each as Mulvane won at El Dorado.
Buhler 52, Rose Hill 50 — Taryn Torgerson had 16 points as the host Crusaders won. Autumn Lipscomb had 20 points to lead Rose Hill.
Wellington 53, Circle 45 — Carlie McComb had 19 points to pace Wellington, while Caylie Kifer led Circle with 13.
Andale 47, Collegiate 39 — The Indians finished the regular season with a 13-7 record, as they shot 29 more free throws than the visitors. Brittany Meyer, Lauren Rowland, and Abbie Maxwell combined to score 30 points for Andale, while Hannah Osland led Collegiate (2-18) with 13 points.