Archive for Sunday, December 4, 2005

Seahawks earn sweep

December 4, 2005


— Adam Davis sank two free throws with two seconds remaining, lifting Seabury Academy's boys basketball squad to a 45-44 victory Saturday over Burlingame in a tournament at Kansas School for the Deaf. Davis finished with 13 points, and Scott King and Grayson Dillon each added 12 for the Seahawks.

"All in all we played very well. Burlingame's a good team. It was a really good tournament," Seabury coach Marcus Heckman said.

Seabury (2-1) will play host Tuesday to KSD.

Seabury girls 30, Burlingame 16

Olathe - Lindsey Ahlen led the way with 18 points, powering Seabury's defensive-

minded girls to a victory in the KSD tournament.

"Obviously Lindsey Ahlen had a great game again, last night with 14 rebounds and ended up with 18 points today," Seabury coach Nick Taylor said.

Seabury (2-1) will play host Tuesday to KSD.

Veritas boys 51, Flint Hills Christian 31

Manhattan - Michael Kay scored 14 points, and Mark Randtke added 12 as for Veritas in the championship game of the Shea Invitational.

"We're 4-0; this is our first tournament championship as a varsity team. We're excited about that," Veritas coach Doug Bennett said.

Andrew Bartlow added 18 rebounds for the Eagles, who will return to action Tuesday at Topeka Cornerstone.

Veritas girls 46, Topeka Heritage 15

Manhattan - Sophomore Kristie Tiegreen scored 22 points and pulled down 18 rebounds to lead the Veritas Christian girls basketball team to a 46-15 victory Saturday in the consolation championship of the eight-team Shea Invitational.

Susan Wilson, an eighth grader playing for the Veritas varsity, added eight points and joined Tiegreen on the all-tournament team. Veritas (3-1) will return to action Tuesday at Topeka Cornerstone.


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