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Baldwin, Eudora win in sub-state

February 28, 2006

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— Osawatomie pulled within a point in the fourth quarter, but Baldwin High's girls basketball team reeled off seven points in a minute to seal a 44-33 victory Monday in a first-round Class 4A sub-state game.

Baldwin converted on its free throws down the stretch, extending the lead to double digits.

Baldwin's Kelsey Verhaeghe led all scorers with 20 points.

Baldwin (16-5) will entertain Spring Hill at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.

Osawatomie 5 5 14 9 - 33

Baldwin 10 8 9 17 - 44

Osawatomie - Manchester 5, Chisam 9, Jones 14, Brewer 2, Dudley 3.

Baldwin - Craig 3, Miles 6, Verhaeghe 20, Meinen 9, Stroman 2, Orloff 4.

Eudora 58, Basehor-Linwood 40

Eudora - Eudora countered a 5-0 Basehor run to start the game with 16 straight points of its own, rolling to an 18-point victory.

Eudora's Michelle Deluna hit three three-pointers in the first half, scoring 13 of her game-high 16 points in the first 16 minutes.

Carrie Lister (12) and Nikki Snider (10) reached double digits for the Cardinals.

Basehor-Linwood 5 6 6 23 - 40

Eudora 11 9 15 23 - 58

Basehor-Linwood - Sanders 14, Koontz 10, Lombardino 9, Douglas 5, Chrisman 1, O'Bryan 1.

Eudora - Michelle Deluna 16, Carrie Lister 12, Nikki Snider 10, Erin Kracl 8, Emily Ballock 7, Allison Brader 3, Haley Epperson 2.

Bonner Springs 62, De Soto 51

De Soto - Jackie Goleman scored a game-high 30 points, and Kira Gonzalez added 10, but it wasn't enough to help the Wildcats overcome an early deficit.

"We worked hard until the end. We just got in way too big of a hole," De Soto coach Dwight Spencer said.

The Wildcats end the season 11-10.

Bonner Springs 10 14 17 21 - 62

De Soto 9 7 7 28 - 51

Bonner Springs - Starks 7, Lertard 17, Delladio 5, Johnson 9, Reyes 2, Stanbrough 16, Lane 6.

De Soto - Stephanie Hoover 2, Kayla Bader 6, Carrie Buser 1, Sam Johnson 2, Kira Gonzalez 10, Jackie Goleman 30.

Boys

Wellsville 59, McLouth 51

Wellsville - The Eagles' hot start and finish were enough Monday night in the eight-point victory over the Bulldogs.

Wellsville jumped to an 18-6 lead in the first quarter, then made its layups and free throws down the stretch to overcome a two-point deficit and outscore McLouth, 21-11, in the final frame.

Colin Wright led a top-heavy attack for the Eagles, scoring 18 points.

Scott Samsel (14), Austin Bloss (13) and Kyle Wright (12) combined with Wright for all but two of Wellsville's points.

McLouth 6 18 16 11 - 51

Wellsville 18 9 11 21 - 59

McLouth - Lamborn 5, Booth 5, K. Stewart 11, Keling 19, Steffey 9, Kelly 2.

Wellsville - Samsel 14, Bloss 13, K. Wright 12, Moore 2, C. Wright 18.

K.C. Christian 58, Oskaloosa 39

Oskaloosa - A sluggish second half doomed the Bears.

After switching to a zone defense, Oskaloosa allowed just two points in the second quarter to take a 26-22 halftime lead.

The home team never regained its energy after the break, however, mustering just 13 points in the final 16 minutes.

Joe Crawford led the Bears (11-11) with 12 points, while Cody Heston added 10.

K.C. Christian 20 2 19 17 - 58

Oskaloosa 11 15 4 9 - 39

K.C. Christian - Hunter 2, Posladek 14, Casenier 8, McEldowny 16, Smalley 13, Willis 2, Kettler 3.

Oskaloosa - Boone Heston 2, Josh Weis 6, Joe Crawford 12, Brock McGinnis 7, Sabin Sharon 2, Cody Heston 10.

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