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Archive for Tuesday, February 4, 2003

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February 4, 2003

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Lawrence High girls at Shawnee Mission North

Tipoff: 7 p.m.

Notes: The Lions took third at last week's Firebird Winter Classic, beating Free State 66-32 on Saturday. ... It was the first time in four games LHS scored more than 60 points. ... Juniors Cherrale Ricks and Josie Polk were named to the All-Tournament team. ... Polk leads the Lions in scoring at 17.9 points per game, followed by Ricks (12.9) and junior Rachael Klingler (8.7). Klingler played sparingly in the tournament because of a strained right arch. ... LHS (10-2) had won nine straight games before losing to Wichita North, 60-46, in Friday's semifinals. It was the school's longest streak since the 1991-92 season, when the Lions had nine-game and 11-game win streaks. ... SM North (5-7) is coming off an 84-43 loss to Derby in the Wichita Kapaun Tournament on Saturday. ... The Indians beat LHS 65-61 last season.

Next: Friday at Olathe East

Shawnee Mission West girls at Free State

Tipoff: 7 p.m.

Notes: The Firebirds went 2-2 in games last week, including a 55-40 win against Kansas City Hogan Prep before the Firebird Winter Classic began on Thursday. ... FSHS (3-9) took fourth, losing 66-32 to Lawrence High on Saturday. ... The Firebirds didn't have any players in double figures, but eight players scored. ... FSHS averages 42.3 points per game and allows 52.9. ... Sophomore Jamie Stanclift leads the Firebirds in scoring, averaging 12.3 ppg, followed by junior Emilie Humbarger (7.2). ... Stanclift's eight points against Hutchinson on Friday ended her string of five straight games of scoring in double figures. ... West (3-8) is winless in three Sunflower League games. FSHS is 0-5 in league play. ...The Vikings edged Free State, 44-43, last season.

Next: Saturday at Wichita Southeast

Seabury Academy boys at Kansas School for Deaf

Tipoff: 7:30 p.m.

Notes: The Seahawks held Flint Hills Christian to just four fourth-quarter points in their 27-22 win on Friday. ... It was Seabury's third straight win, all by four points or less. ... The Seahawks (4-6) were led by senior Aaron Landis' nine points and freshman Adam Davis' seven. ... Seabury played without starters Grayson Dillon and Matt Parker. Dillon broke his thumb, and is expected to be out for the year. Parker sustained a collapsed lung. His status for the rest of the season is uncertain.

Next: Friday at Lebo.

Seabury Academy girls at Kansas School for Deaf

Tipoff: 6 p.m.

Notes: Seabury lost its fourth straight game, losing 30-22 to Flint Hills Christian on Friday. ... Seabury held the Warriors scoreless in the first quarter but were outscored 13-6 in the fourth. ... The Seahawks (2-7) haven't won since a Jan. 6 victory against Topeka Heritage Christian. ... Sophomore Linaya Newstrom and freshman Lindsey Ahlen each scored six points in the loss.

Next: Friday at Lebo.

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