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Archive for Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Verhaeghe, Vander Tuig key Baldwin’s winning start at tourney

January 24, 2007

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— Kelsey Verhaeghe score 20 points and Amanda Vander Tuig added nine as the Baldwin High girls basketball team earned a 57-50 victory Tuesday night against St. Mary's in the opening round of the Wellsville Top Gun Tournament.

The Bulldogs (6-3) will face Kansas City Piper at 7:45 p.m. Thursday in Wellsville.

Baldwin11141616 - 57

St. Marys1451912 - 50

Baldwin - Heather Garcia 4, Katie Frank 6, Amanda Vander Tuig 9, Becca Stroman 6, Callie Craig 6, Colby Heckathorne 2, Kelsey Verhaeghe 20, Ashley Tucker 4.

St. Marys - Quintanilla 8, Luegar 2, Teske 9, Kinderknecht 20, Cantillon 2, Perry 4, Channel 5.

Tonganoxie 42, Basehor-Linwood 32

Tonganoxie - The state's top-ranked Class 4A team received a scare for three quarters before using a big final frame to remain unbeaten.

Elizabeth Baska scored 12 points for the Chieftains (12-0), while Ali Pistora chipped in 10.

The game was a makeup of what was supposed to be the season opener, postponed the first week of December by inclement weather. The two teams will meet again for their second Kaw Valley League matchup Friday in Basehor.

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Tonganoxie66921-42

Basehor-Linwood - Sanders 3, O'Bryan 2, Jeannin 6, Lombardino 11, Koontz 8, Douglas 2.

Tonganoxie - Christy Weller 1, Ali Pistora 10, Elizabeth Baska 12, Shannon Carlin 6, Rebecca Bogard 8, Rachel Bogard 5.

Oskaloosa 60, Perry-Lecompton 49

Winchester - Nicole Rockhold scored 17 points as the Bears used a strong second quarter to build momentum and beat the Kaws.

Oskaloosa15201114 - 60

Perry-Lecompton1613911 - 49

Oskaloosa - Nicole Rockhold 17, Emily Heston 15, Carol Allen 12, Lindsey Ottersmeier 7, Emma Sorsnsen 8.

Perry-Lecompton - Emily Heuter 14, Holly Fornelli 8, Ashley Allam 6, Maggie McPherson 6, Laura Smith 3, Katie Davis 3, Turpin 2, Jamie Ashley Fuller 1.

Santa Fe Trail 54, Jefferson West 38

Meriden - Tori Rutter scored 15 points and Brooke Rutter added 11 as the Chargers used a big second quarter to break open a tie game and eventually pull away in the non-league matchup.

Santa Fe Trail (8-3) will return to Kaw Valley League action later this week when it plays host to Leavenworth Immaculata on Friday in Carbondale.

Santa Fe Trail9171414-54

Jefferson West98912-38

Santa Fe Trail - Tori Rutter 15, Brooke Pryor 11, Kelsi Wiscombe 8, Katie Barezinsky 8, Sara Weber 7, Johnna Long 5.

Jefferson West - Hypse 11, Ploude 10, Scott 7, Beechman 5, Palmateer 3, Grubb 2.

Boys

Perry-Lecompton 58, Oskaloosa 32

Oskaloosa - Joel Gantz scored 17 points, while Brian Hastert and Shane Gimzo added 10 apiece to lead the Kaws in a non-league showdown.

Brock McGinnis scored 17 points for the Bears, who fell to 2-9 and will play host ot Jackson Heights in a return to Delaware Valley League play on Jan. 30.

Perry-Lecompton1221187-58

Oskaloosa8897-32

Perry-Lecompton - Brian Hastert 10, Caleb Denton 6, Shane Gimzo 10, Kyle Morgison 9, Joel Gantz 17, Andy Bowman 6.

Oskaloosa - Brey 1, Robbins 5, McGinnis 17, Hawks 2, Tenpenny 7.

Basehor-Linwood 51, Tonganoxie 33

Tonganoxie - The Chieftains fell behind early and never recovered, dropping a makeup game between two teams originally scheduled to face off in the season opener.

Jeff Hughes scored 10 points for Tonganoxie, but the Chieftains failed to reach double digits in three different quarters.

They will try to rectify that problem Friday when they travel to Basehor for a rematch.

Basehor-Linwood15151110-51

Tonganoxie79512-33

Basehor-Linwood - Pierce 3, Bowers 1, Swafford 17, Knipp 9, Fanning 11, Schaake 2, Scheibaum 8.

Tonganoxie - Tyler Miles 4, Jeff Hughes 10, Keith Wentz-Hall 4, Gabe Belabrajdic 8, Jake Krause 2, Zeb Kissinger 5.

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