Archive for Saturday, February 4, 2006

Eudora sinks Sumner

Montgomery’s late free throw lifts Cardinals, 37-36

February 4, 2006

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— Guy Montgomery hit the front end of a 1-and-1 with 2.4 seconds remaining, giving Eudora a dramatic 37-36 victory over Kansas City Sumner on Friday night in high school boys basketball.

The Cardinals withstood a 10-0 Sabre run to start the game, tying it in the second half with a nine-point spurt of their own to knot it at 18.

With the victory, Eudora received a bit of revenge after losing to Sumner by 40 points last season.

Rodney Spillman led Eudora with 10 points.

The Cardinals (10-4) will play Tuesday at Wellsville.

Eudora 37, K.C. Sumner 36

K.C. Sumner 11 7 7 11 - 36

Eudora 5 4 16 12 - 37

K.C. Sumner - Emmanuel Holmes 2, Calib Mills 13, Matthew Robinson 11, DeJon Slaughter 2, Austin Bennett 4, Brian Johnson 3, Melvin Gatson 1.

Eudora - Luke Abel 4, Guy Montgomery 5, Mark Abel 3, Rodney Spillman 10, Matthew Abel 2, Todd Roberts 4, Mike Ortega 6, Tim DeArmond 3.

Basehor-Linwood 50, Perry-Lecompton 48

Perry - The Kaws rallied from seven points down in the final two minutes to tie it, but a pair of free throws from Bobcat freshman Chandler Schaake sealed the victory.

Gabe Gantz led P-L with 15 points.

The Kaws (4-10) will play host to the defending league champion Bonner Springs on Tuesday.

Basehor-Linwood 50, Perry-Lecompton 48

Basehor-Linwood 8 13 16 13 - 50

Perry-Lecompton 8 11 14 15 - 48

Basehor-Linwood - Bower 5, Chumley 6, Schaake 6, Bishop 9, Swafford 12, Knipp 12.

Perry-Lecompton - Gabe Gantz 15, Corey McPherson 11, Chris Katter 10, Andy Bowman 9, Kyle Morgison 3.

Baldwin 62, Anderson County 46

Baldwin - The Bulldogs overcame average shooting from the field by making 21 of 27 free-throw attempts in the 16-point victory.

Ryan Jorgensen led Baldwin (10-4) with 14 points, while Jeremy Wright added 13.

Anderson County was held to nine points in both the second and third quarters.

Baldwin 62, Anderson County 46

Anderson County 12 9 9 16 - 46

Baldwin 16 16 14 16 - 62

Anderson County - Licteig 2, Josh Sutton 16, Suderman 3, Shillig 6, Cooper 3, Ball 4, Ryman 2, Katzer 10.

Baldwin - Andrew Madl 3, Jeremy Wright 13, Ryan Jorgensen 14, John Brown 2, Aaron Hannon 10, Blake Wieden 3, Sam Scott 7, Drew Berg 2, James Hightree 8.

Pleasant Ridge 66, McLouth 44

McLouth - Pleasant Ridge built a 12-point halftime lead and went on to defeat McLouth. Trevor Keling led the Bulldogs with 14 points.

McLouth fell to 4-10, while Pleasant Ridge improved to 11-3.

Pleasant Ridge 66, McLouth 44

Pleasant Ridge 18 15 12 21 - 66

McLouth 15 6 10 13 - 44

Pleasant Ridge - Johnson 6, Heim 15, Crook 1, Price 3, J. Barnes 6, Langley 11, C. Barner 22, Jose 2.

McLouth - Booth 5, K. Stewart 9, Keling 14, Wise 5, Steffey 3, Kelley 6, Smith 2.

Girls

K.C. Sumner 75, Eudora 56

Eudora - The Cardinals trailed by just six at half, but were unable to stop guard Marissa Henderson in the final 16 minutes.

Henderson, who signed a letter of intent with UAB, scored 26 points and helped the Sabres take control in a 30-point third quarter.

Michelle Deluna led Eudora with 17 points, while Nikki Snider added 15.

Sumner improved to 13-2.

The Cardinals (10-5) will play Tuesday at Wellsville.

K.C. Sumner 75, Eudora 56

Eudora 14 14 18 10 - 56

Sumner 13 21 30 11 - 75

Sumner - Thomas 2, Mitchell 6, Dodds 2, Henderson 26, Carroll 6, Mozingo 7, White 9, Green 2, Garcia 6, Johnson 9.

Eudora - Erin Kracl 7, Michelle Deluna 17, Emily Ballock 3, Nikki Snider 15, Haley Epperson 2, Carrie Lister 10, Emily Gloshen 2.

Paola 64, De Soto 35

De Soto - The Wildcats couldn't overcome a slow start in the 29-point setback.

The Panthers, ranked No. 10 in the latest 5A poll, played to their ranking early. Paola outscored De Soto 21-4 in the opening quarter to take a commanding lead.

Brittney Miller contributed inside and out for Paola, scoring in the post and also draining a three for a game-high 23 points.

Kira Gonzalez and Jessica Blankenship both hit double figures for De Soto.

De Soto (6-8) will play Tuesday at Anderson County.

Paola 64, De Soto 35

Paola 21 16 17 10 - 64

De Soto 4 11 8 12 - 35

Paola - Taylor Karr 11, Rachel Hanf 12, Brittney Miller 23, Amilee Gross 12, Maleah Yurchak 2, Jessica Logan 4.

De Soto - Liz Rosales 1, Kaylee Spencer 1, Jessica Blankenship 10, Sam Johnson 4, Kira Gonzalez 10, Jackie Goleman 9.

Basehor-Linwood 49, Perry-Lecompton 22

Perry - Basehor-Linwood used an 18-point second quarter to break open a close game against Perry-Lecompton.

Basehor-Linwood led by just three points entering the second quarter, but held Perry-Lecompton to two points in the period for a 30-11 halftime lead.

Kristen Weatherford led the Kaws with nine points.

Perry-Lecompton (6-8) will play Tuesday at Bonner Springs.

Basehor-Linwood 49, Perry-Lecompton 22

Basehor-Linwood 12 18 7 12 - 49

Perry-Lecompton 9 2 5 6 - 22

Basehor-Linwood - Chrisman 19, O'Bryan 6, Lombardino 6, Sanders 4, Douglas 3, Beebe 3, Shore 2, Jeannin 2, Vitt 2, Koontz 2.

Perry-Lecompton - Kristen Weatherford 9, Ashleigh Allam 6, Ashley Turpin 2, Lee Anne Pringle 2, Laura Smith 2, Megan Blosser 1.

Gardner-Edgerton 42, Wellsville 36

Wellsville - Gardner-Edgerton took a five-point lead into the fourth quarter and held on to defeat Wellsville.

Gardner-Edgerton 42, Wellsville 36

Gardner-Edgerton 10 11 11 10 - 42

Wellsville 7 11 9 9 - 36

Gardner-Edgerton - Morrison 9, Starling 2, Bjorgo 3, Brewer 14, Shore 11, Washington 1, George 2.

Wellsville - Higbie 7, Montis 5, Patton 19, Shaffer 3, Moore 2.

Baldwin 46, Anderson County 41 (OT)

Baldwin - Katelyn Miles scored 15 points, and Kelsey Verhaeghe added nine points in Baldwin's overtime victory.

Baldwin (12-2) will play host Tuesday to Prairie View.

Baldwin 46, Anderson County 41 (OT)

Anderson County 6 7 11 12 5 - 41

Baldwin 13 10 5 8 10 - 46

Anderson County - Spring 6, Benjamin 3, Lewis 6, Bared 1, Knox 4, McDaniel 14, Tostove 7.

Baldwin - Ellie Meinen 5, Amy Craig 3, Colby Heckathorne 6, Katelyn Miles 15, Kelsey Verhaeghe 9, Ashley Tucker 3, Denise Orloff 5.

Santa Fe Trail 55, Immaculata 38

Leavenworth - Hannah Hicks scored 22 points, and Brooke Pryor added 18 as Santa Fe Trail jumped to an early lead and never looked back.

The Chargers (10-5) will play Tonganoxie on Tuesday.

Santa Fe Trail 55, Immaculata 38

Santa Fe Trail 20 4 11 20 - 55

Immaculata 7 6 10 15 - 38

Santa Fe Trail - Hicks 22, Pryor 18, Weber 3, Long 2, Rutter 2, Luther 3, Wiscombe 2, Fischer 2, Barezinsky 2.

Immaculata - Kurz 10, Fitzgerald 6, Todd 12, Theis 4, Greenwood 4, Graham 1, Farnsworth 1.

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