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Archive for Saturday, January 24, 2004

Kaws fall to Maranatha; Chieftains to play for own championship

January 24, 2004

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— Spencer Kennedy and Willie Treaster each scored 11, and Drew Robbins added 10 in a losing cause for the Kaws in a 55-50 high school boys basketball setback to Shawnee Maranatha in the semifinals of the McLouth Invitational.

Brenton Bell led Maranatha with 17 points.

Maranatha 55, P-L 50

Maranatha 6 16 20 13 -- 55

Perry-Lecompton 8 10 16 16 -- 50

Maranatha -- Brenton Bell 17, Holmes 11, B. Nelson 11, Meyer 7, Hayes 3, J. Nelson 2, Smith 2, Brody Bell 2.

Perry-Lecompton -- Treaster 11, Kennedy 11, Robbins 10, Guffey 6, Tucker 5, Gantz 3, Ketter 2.

Oskaloosa 60, McLouth 51

McLouth-- Jake Heston scored 18 points to hand the hosts a narrow loss in a consolation-bracket semifinal of McLouth's tournament.

Isaac Gardner led McLouth with 16 points.

In other McLouth tournament games, Atchison County beat Valley Falls, 58-41, and Jefferson North edged Topeka Cair Paravel.

Oskaloosa 60, McLouth 51

Oskaloosa 11 19 15 15 -- 60

McLouth 19 9 11 12 -- 51

Oskaloosa -- Jake Heston 18, True 13, Bellinger 11, Wassmer 10, Barnes 4, Newell 3, L. Heston 1.

McLouth -- Gardner 16, Hochard 8, Mills 8, Steffey 8, Burnett 6, Stewart 4, Bartlett 1.

Tonganoxie 69, Lansing 61

Tonganoxie-- Kirk Rodell scored 19 points, Shane Howard added 14, and Derek Sparks had 13 as Tonganoxie rallied to secure a berth into the championship game of its invitational.

Lansing, the tournament's No. 1 seed, led 17-11 in the first quarter and 32-27 at halftime. Each team scored 18 third-quarter points before Tongie pulled out the win with a 24-11 fourth quarter.

The Chieftains were the fifth seed in their tournament.

Tonganoxie 69, Lansing 61

Lansing 17 15 18 11 -- 61

Tonganoxie 11 16 18 24 -- 69

Lansing -- Slater 19, Wagner 14, Morehead 10, Brian Kern 7, Saunders 7, David Kern 2, Warner 2.

Tonganoxie -- Rodell 19, Howard 14, Sparks 13, McCarty 8, Morris 6, Mitchell 5, Baska 4.

Immaculata 41, Eudora 38

Tonganoxie-- A three-point fourth quarter doomed EHS in the Tonganoxie Tournament.

Chris Gabriel led the Cardinals with 15 points and was the only EHS player in double figures.

Leavenworth Immaculata 41, Eudora 38

Eudora 14 9 12 3 -- 38

Immaculata 6 18 10 7 -- 41

Eudora -- Gabriel 15, Lauer 5, Cleveland 4, Brouhard 4, Bryant 4, Montgomery 4, Westerhaus 2.

Immaculata -- McEvoy 13, Scanlon 13, Supplee 6, Day 6, Fitzgerald 3.

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