Perry-Lecompton 64, Santa Fe Trail 45
Perry - Perry-Lecompton High had four players score in double figures and ran its record to 15-1 with a boys basketball victory Friday over Santa Fe Trail.
Kyle Morgison led the Kaws with 16 points, followed by Andy Bowman with 14, Joel Gantz with 13 and Shane Gimzo with 13.
Gardner-Edgerton 50, Baldwin 39
Gardner - Drew Berg scored 14 in a losing cause. The Bulldogs (10-3) will play host Monday to Belton, Mo.
Oskaloosa 56, McLouth 41
McLouth - Three Bears reached double digits, and seven scored in all to lead Oskaloosa past McLouth.
Chase Tenpenney led the Bears with a game-high 17.
Spring Hill 68, De Soto 47
Spring Hill - Eight Wildcats cracked the scoring column, but it wasn't enough to lead De Soto past a Spring Hill squad that had three players score in double figures.
Santa Fe Trail 51, Perry-Lecompton 43
Perry - Kelsi Wiscombe scored 18 points, Kylee Nilges scored 14, and Amanda Bixel had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Santa Fe Trail.
Jamie Fuller's 10 points led the way for the Kaws.
Santa Fe Trail (5-9) will play Tuesday at Tonganoxie. Perry-Lecompton (3-11) will play Tuesday at Bonner Springs.
Spring Hill 38, De Soto 37
Spring Hill - Shelbi Petly scored 10 points and Katie Williams added nine points to lead De Soto.
The Wildcats led 20-18 at halftime, and were tied 29-29 after three quarters. But Spring Hill outscored DHS 9-8 in the fourth to take the victory.
Gardner-Edgerton 42, Baldwin 23
Gardner - Tracie Weege scored nine points, and Callie Craig added five in a losing cause for the Bulldogs.
Baldwin (7-6) will play Tuesday at De Soto.
Oskaloosa 48, McLouth 37
McLouth - Nicole Rockhold and Hailey Kelly scored 31 of the Bears' 48 points to lead Oskaloosa past McLouth.