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December 8, 1999

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— Christie Wingert, held scoreless in Baldwin High's first-round game at the Gardner-Edgerton girls basketball invitational, erupted for 18 points as the Bulldogs earned a berth to the finals with a 64-53 victory over Spring Hill on Tuesday night.

Wingert hit eight of 14 field goals.

"She had an outstanding game," BHS coach Mike Berg said.

Crystal Tutschulte and Colleen Kivett each had 11 points for Baldwin (3-0), which bolted to a 25-13 lead in the first quarter and 42-29 at the half.

"We really started out well," Berg said. "We started out pressing and got a lot of our 17 steals right there."

Amber Frost had 10 rebounds and Tutschulte had nine for BHS.

Baldwin will meet the winner between Gardner-Edgerton and DeSoto at 8 p.m. Friday in the finals.

Baldwin 64, Spring Hill 53

Baldwin 25 17 7 15 -- 64

Spring Hill 13 16 11 13 -- 53

Baldwin -- Christie Wingert 18, Crystal Tutschulte 11, Colleen Kivett 11, Kim Sledd 7, Mandy Moore 5, Suzie Weege 5, Amber Frost 4, Jodie Bacon 2.

Spring Hill -- Jessica Hocker 23, Megan Sullivan 17, Leah Ross 5, Tanya Barnett 4, Emmie Valizan 2, Holly Gault 2.

Tonganoxie 41,

Basehor-Linwood 32

Gardner -- Jill Stauch scored 11 points and Tonganoxie (1-1) defeated Basehor-Linwood (0-2) in a second-round game of the loser's bracket at the Gardner-Edgerton Invitational.

"Any time you beat a league school, obviously it's a big win," THS coach John Lee said. "Any time you're in a tournament you want to try and get a win. It wasn't pretty, we didn't do a lot of things right, but at least we did the right things at the end."

Tonganoxie plays Kansas City Piper in the fifth-place game at 5 p.m. Friday.

Tonganoxie 41, Basehor-Linwood 32

Tonganoxie 9 12 7 13 -- 41

B-L 8 8 5 11 -- 32

Tonganoxie -- Sara Poje 7, Marcy Dodge 4, Jill Stauch 11, Karrie Walker 1, Deaven Workman 8, Andrea Korb 6, Kristin Korb 2, Amy Eisman 2.

Basehor-Linwood -- Laffere 1, Purtee 9, Horn 15, Lucas 6, Lynn 1.KC Piper 60, Eudora 27

Gardner -- Eudora, down by three at halftime, succumbed to a 23-8 Kansas City Piper run in the third quarter at the Gardner-Edgerton Invitational.

Jill Woodward scored seven points to pace EHS (0-3). The Cards will conclude the tournament at 3:30 p.m. Friday against Basehor-Linwood.

KC Piper 60, Eudora 27

KC Piper 7 11 23 17 -- 60

Eudora 7 8 8 4 -- 27

KC Piper -- Shepler 20, Stine 17, Breedlove 8, Smith 7, Randle 2, Stallbaumer 2, Weaver 2, Kiblinger 2.

Eudora -- Jill Woodward 7, Kelly Neis 6, Melanie Smith 4, Meta Woodward 4, Mallorie Cleveland 4, Roshena Niedens 2.

Santa Fe Trail 50,

Holton 16

Carbondale -- Santa Fe Trail outscored Holton 16-4 in the first quarter and cruised to a victory.

The Chargers (2-0) were led by Trudy Carter's 16 points and had nine different players score.

"We came out to a really good start," SFT coach Brenda Dahl said. "That was something we talked about and something we didn't do last Friday night. I'm real pleased with the way we came out."

SFT's next game is Friday night at home against Topeka Highland Park.

Santa Fe Trail 50, Holton 16

Holton 4 5 3 4 -- 16

Santa Fe Trail 16 9 16 9 -- 50

Holton -- Wheeler 5, Wilson 4, Brock 2, Morris 2, Bowser 2, Lutz 1.

Santa Fe Trail -- Trudy Carter 16, Brooke Terhune 8, Ranell Ullery 8, Jami Sleichter 4, Erika Krause 4, Leslie Ganger 4, Janelle Arnold 3, Cassie Augustine 2, Leslie Wurdeman 1.

Silver Lake 64,

Perry-Lecompton 18

Perry -- Four single-digit quarters doomed Perry-Lecompton to its third straight loss. Jackie Corcoran led the Kaws (0-3) with eight points.

Silver Lake 64, Perry-Lecompton 18

Silver Lake 17 23 14 10 -- 64

Perry-Lecompton 4 6 4 4 -- 18

Silver Lake -- Albers 7, Hamilton 4, Dodder 6, Pfannenstiel 7, Anderson 2, Hill 8, Crooks 19, Neufeld 6, Rakestraw 5.

Perry-Lecompton -- Kristen Hertlein 2, Holly Kohlmeyer 3, Shannon Wilson 2, Nicole Franz 2, Rebecca Jeffries 1, Jackie Corcoran 8.

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