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Eudora sweeps

February 20, 2010

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Eudora 64, Metro 41

Cardinal boys crush competition

The Eudora High boys basketball team took it to Metro Academy Friday night. The Cardinals won 64-41. Enlarge video

Eudora — Justin Ballock scored 20 points and pulled down seven rebounds, and Drew Noble added 13 points and six boards to help lead Eudora past Metro Academy in boys basketball Friday.

Metro 7 12 10 12 — 41

Eudora 14 13 23 14 — 64

Eudora — Justin Ballock 20, Coulter Vestal 8, Connor Scott 2, Brian Katzfey 4, Drew Noble 13, Brennen Williams 6, Hawley Montgomery 2, Mack Hartwell 2.

Tonganoxie 60, Ward 40

Kansas City, Kan. — Leading by just six points after three quarters, Tonganoxie put away the Cyclones in the fourth.

The Chieftains won easily thanks to a huge run and eight fourth-quarter points from senior forward Keaton Schaffer.

Schaffer finished with 25 points, six rebounds and four assists.

Tonganoxie 19 11 10 20 — 60

Ward 12 7 15 10 — 40

Tonganoxie — Dane Erickson 5-10 1-2 11, Keaton Schaffer 11-20 3-5 25, Jeremy Carlisle 1-5 8-9 10, Austin Vickers 1-5 0-0 2, Justin Jacobs 3-4 0-0 7, Dylan Scates 2-3 0-0 5, Colby Yates 0-0 0-1 0.

Spring Hill 59, Baldwin 46

Spring Hill — Justin Vander Tuig scored 16 points in a losing cause.

Baldwin 11 10 15 10 — 46

Spring Hill 16 13 13 17 — 59

Baldwin — Justin Vander Tuig 16, Camdon Schwartz 11, Caleb Gaylord 8, Kyle Pattyick 5, Dayton Valentin 3, Zach Wright 3.

Oskaloosa 44, McLouth 37

Oskaloosa — Adam Bowser scored 21 points to lead Oskaloosa past McLouth.

McLouth 11 5 11 10 — 37

Oskaloosa 5 14 10 15 — 44

McLouth — Walbridge 11, Dailey 9, Kramer 7, Swearngin 4, Wright 2, Roberts 2, Cop 2.

Oskaloosa — Adam Bowser 21, Levi Wade 7, Sheldon Malicke 6, Adam Brien 4, Brandon Barnes 3, Braden McGinnis 2, Adam Marshall 1.

Girls

McLouth 56, Oskaloosa 52

Oskaloosa — Missy Rome scored 18 points, and Morgan Drinnon added 13 for McLouth.

Haley Pfau led Oskie (10-6, 5-2) with 18 points, and Hailey Kelly added 16.

McLouth 10 7 20 19 — 56

Oskaloosa 13 12 16 11 — 52

McLouth — Rome 18, Drinnon 13, Stewart 11, Shufflebarger 9, Terry 5.

Oskaloosa — Haley Pfau 18, Hailey Kelly 16, Audrey Trowbridge 7, Kkyra Coffman 6, Mal Schmidt 4, Rachel Schmanke 1.

Eudora 37, Metro 34, OT

Eudora girls claim OT victory

The Eudora High girls basketball team laid claim to an overtime thriller Friday. The Cardinals won 37-34 after the extra session. Enlarge video

Eudora — Evan Folks and Sydney Schmille scored nine points apiece to lead Eudora.

Metro 9 10 7 6 2 — 34

Eudora 7 15 6 4 5 — 37

Eudora — Hannah Kouri 4, Jennifer Bowser 7, Evan Folks 9, Valerie Pringle 2, Sydney Schmille 9, Shea Lounsbury 4, Victoria Lehmann 2.

Gardner 47,De Soto 24

De Soto — Four single-digit quarters doomed De Soto to a lopsided loss.

Gardner-Edgerton 8 11 17 11 — 47

De Soto 8 3 7 6 — 24

De Soto — Petty 9, Williams 6, Ashley Gorman 4, Katie Gorman 6.

Baldwin 67, Spring Hill 56

Spring Hill — Allison Howard scored 22 points.

Baldwin 9 20 19 19 — 67

Spring Hill 11 19 14 12 — 56

Baldwin — Connor Twombly 5, Allison Howard 22, Ramie Burkhart 12, Kailyn Smith 8, Taylor Brown 12, Katie Kehl 4.

Spring Hill — Ashley Miller 10, Jami Hodge 6, Courtney Swope 10, Rhi Lloyd 8, Ericka Simpson 9, Stacey Czereda 13.

Ward 49, Tonganoxie 47

Kansas City, Kan. — A 10-foot jumper from Tonganoxie senior guard Andie Jeannin just missed, and the Chieftains fell at Ward.

Tonganoxie 8 15 14 10 — 47

Ward 12 4 16 17 — 49

Tonganoxie — Andie Jeannin 2-7 0-0 4, Lauren Hall 2-3 0-0 6, Danielle Miller 1-3 3-6 5, Jenny Whitledge 6-11 4-7 16, Hannah Kemp 3-6 2-4 8, Haley Smith 1-2 0-0 2, Tavia Brown 3-5 0-0 6.

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