Archive for Saturday, February 21, 2004

Santa Fe Trail turns back Kaws, 58-40

February 21, 2004

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— Balanced scoring helped Santa Fe Trail's girls basketball team down Perry-Lecompton, 58-40, Friday night.

Lindsay Boss scored 13 points, while Brea Rutter, Alexis Pryor and Brooke Pryor each had 12 points for SF Trail, 11-7. Alexis Pryor grabbed 15 rebounds.

"Perry played a great first half," SF Trail coach Brenda Dahl noted. Her Chargers led, 28-25, at intermission. "We were neck and neck, but we came out and dominated the third quarter (21-7). We had balanced scoring and that makes us tough.

"It was nice to see Brea Rutter step up, hit some shots and keep that confidence."

Megan Blosser led the Kaws with 13 points.

"We played a good first half," said Perry-Lecompton coach Kevin Bost. "

SF Trail 58, Perry-Lecompton 40

Perry-Lecompton 15 10 7 8 -- 40

SF Trail 14 14 21 9 -- 58

Perry-Lecompton: Megan Blosser 13, Haley Wilson 10, Tonya Gimzo 6, Andrea Williams 4, Bonnie Pruitt 2, Alyssa Higgins 3, Kristin Weatherford 2.

SF Trail: Lindsay Boss 13, Brea Rutter 12, Alexis Pryor 12, Brooke Pryor 12, Hannah Hicks 4, Tori Rutter 3, Micala Stallbaumer 2.

Tonganoxie 54, Lansing 33

Tonganoxie -- Tonganoxie defeated Lansing for the third time this season. Madison Weller scored a season-high 16 points and Addie Heim 15 for Tongie (14-4). Lansing fell to 4-14.

Tonganoxie 54, Lansing 33

Lansing 7 5 10 11 -- 33

Tonganoxie 14 9 23 8 -- 54

Lansing: Richardson 2, Deere 2, Goodlin 3, Sinkinger 3, Twitchell 2, Waters 4, Parent 2, Rodovich 4, Craig 11.

Tonganoxie: Michelle McWilliams 6, Ali Pistora 4, Addie Heim 15, Madison Weller 16, Katie Jeannin 6, Kelly Breuer 4, Heather Deaver 1, Sarah Holliday 4.

Anderson County 39, Wellsville 34

Wellsville -- An 18-point fourth quarter wasn't enough to bring Wellsville back against Anderson County. The Eagles trailed, 33-16, entering the fourth quarter but outscored Anderson County, 18-6, in the final period.

Anderson County 39, Wellsville 34

Anderson County 8 7 18 6 -- 39

Wellsville 6 3 7 18 -- 34

Anderson County: Oestreicher 10, Rockers 12, Pracht 2, McDaniel 11, Spring 4.

Wellsville: Jami Samsel 3, Krystle Barthol 8, Kimberly Hughes 3, Lacey Roecker 10, Erica Patton 10.

De Soto 54, Leav. Immaculata 40

De Soto -- De Soto's defense keyed a game-ending 13-0 run as the Wildcats beat Immaculata. Allie Heinen scored 19 points, Amy Petty 16 and Lisa Lambert nine for De Soto (17-1).

"The last five minutes we just played tremendous defense," De Soto coach Dwight Spencer said. "Becca Davis had several key rebounds on the defensive end down the stretch."

De Soto 54, Immaculata 40

Immaculata 8 13 15 4 -- 40

De Soto 16 11 14 13 -- 54

Immaculata: Sebree 2, Donnelson 2, Lemm 4, Vosseler 14, Ezell 16, Meyer 2.

De Soto: Lisa Lambert 9, Amy Petty 16, Becca Davis 2, Emily Baker 2, Kira Gonzalez 4, Laurie Wilson 2, Allie Heinen 19.

Baldwin 60, Paola 53

Paola -- Emily Brown scored 19 points, and Anna Gillispie added 16 as Baldwin topped Paola for its seventh straight victory.

Gillispie and Kari Garrison both sank two three-pointers in the second quarter when the Bulldogs made 25-8 run. Garrison finished with 10 points.

Baldwin (15-2) faces a tough week next week, starting with Monday's game at Kansas City Ward.

Baldwin 60, Paola 53

Baldwin 11 25 14 10 -- 60

Paola 15 8 16 14 -- 53

Baldwin: Emily Brown 19, Anna Gillispie 16, Kari Garrison 10, Erica Ogle 8, Kalie Harris 3, Jamie Lawrenz 2.

Paola: Miller 25, Craner 11, Wright 9, Hubacek 2, Bledsoe 2, Evans 2, Julyan 2, Logan 2.

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