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Area hoops wrapup

Tonganoxie boys fend off Pirates, 68-62; Tongie girls fall to Piper

February 27, 2010

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Piper girls top Tonganoxie

The Piper girls defeated Tonganoxie, 52-41. Enlarge video

K.C. Piper 52, Tonganoxie 41

Tonganoxie — Senior Night wasn’t very sweet for Tonganoxie High’s girls basketball team Friday.

Down 12 points in the fourth quarter with just more than four minutes remaining, THS put together a 9-1 run, but couldn’t cut the Pirates’ lead below four.

PHS closed the game with a 7-0 run.

The game was tied at halftime, but the Pirates held Tonganoxie to three third-quarter field goals.

Jenny Whitledge led Tongie with 22 points.

THS will travel Monday to Hoyt to take on Royal Valley (10-10) in a first-round sub-state game.

K.C. Piper 6 17 15 14 — 52

Tonganoxie 8 15 7 11 — 41

Tonganoxie — Andie Jeannin 0-8 2-2 2, Lauren Hall 2-8 0-0 5, Danielle Miller 1-4 1-2 3, Jenny Whitledge 7-13 8-9 22, Lindsey Fatherley 1-2 0-0 2, Hannah Kemp 2-4 0-0 5, Tavia Brown 1-2 0-0 2.

Louisburg 45, De Soto 35

De Soto — Shelbi Patty and Katie Gorman scored nine points a piece, but De Soto fell to Louisburg.

De Soto (9-11) will travel Monday for its sub-state opener at Baldwin.

De Soto 11 8 9 7 — 35

Louisburg 9 8 18 10 — 45

De Soto — Tami Crow 4, Shelbi Petty 9, Ashley Gorman 5, Kelsey Fisher 5, Katie Gorman 9, Taylor Saucerman 2, Katie Williams 1.

Louisburg — Mar. Mackey 12, Shearer 6, Mulich 8, Lemke 15, Brown 2, Houchen 2.

Santa Fe Trail 32, Perry-Lecompton 24

Perry — Emma Gantz scored eight points in Perry-Lecompton’s loss to Santa Fe Trail.

The Kaws (10-10) will play host to Atchison on Monday in the first round of sub-state.

Santa Fe Trail 8 6 10 8 — 32

Perry-Lecompton 3 8 8 5 — 24

Santa Fe Trail — Shaffer 7, Fisher 2, Pryor 4, Luther 4, Badger 6, Jolly 1, Stallbaumer 8.

Perry-Lecompton — Abbey Bays 1, Emma Gantz 8, Natasha Carver 2, Katie Hirsch 4, Jessica Christman 4, Katie Volle 5.

McLouth 27, Doniphan West 23

McLouth — Missy Rome scored 14 points and converted three of four free throws to lead McLouth (14-7) to a victory over Doniphan West on Friday.

Doniphan West 6 6 6 5 — 23

McLouth 3 6 8 10 — 27

Doniphan West — Johnson 2, Pickman 4, Blevins 5, Rush 2, Sisk 2, Scholz 5, Gartner 3.

McLouth — Missy Rome 14, Terri Stewart 6, Morgan Drinnon 7.

Boys

Tonganoxie boys defeat Piper

Tonganoxie defeated Piper by six on Friday. Enlarge video

Tonganoxie 68, K.C. Piper 62

Tonganoxie — Tonganoxie hit just enough fourth-quarter free throws to hold off KC. Piper.

The Chieftains missed seven at the foul line in the final five minutes, but edged the Pirates to wrap up third place in the Kaw Valley League.

Jeremy Carlisle had 18 points and seven assists.

While Carlisle’s seven free throws provided the bulk of his team’s fourth-quarter scoring, Austin Vickers was just as big.

The junior forward scored all six of his points in the fourth, including a tough transition layup and a three-pointer from the left corner.

Tonganoxie’s two seniors — Keaton Schaffer and Justin Jacobs — enjoyed themselves on Senior Night.

Although Piper’s defense focused on limiting Schaffer, he scored 16 points, dished seven assists, grabbed five boards and blocked three shots.

Jacobs, meanwhile, was a bucket away from a double-double for the second game in a row, scoring eight points and grabbing 10 rebounds.

Sophomore pivot Dane Erickson scored nine of his 17 points in the second quarter, when Tonganoxie (12-8 overall, 9-4 KVL) scored 25 points, and finished with six rebounds.

Tongie will play host to Atchinson in a first-round sub-state game Tuesday.

K.C. Piper 13 17 11 21 — 62

Tonganoxie 1 25 14 18 — 68

Tonganoxie — Dane Erickson 8-11 1-3 17, Keaton Schaffer 6-16 4-6 16, Jeremy Carlisle 4-9 9-15 18, Austin Vickers 2-4 1-2 6, Justin Jacobs 4-8 0-0 8, Dylan Scates 1-3 0-0 3.

Santa Fe Trail 60, Perry-Lecompton 57

Perry — Kameron Hurd’s 17 points weren’t enough for Perry-Lecompton against Santa Fe Trail on Friday.

The Kaws (2-18) will travel to Pleasant Ridge on Tuesday for the first round of sub-state.

Santa Fe Trail 18 21 9 12 — 60

Perry 10 11 14 22 — 57

Santa Fe Trail — Bahner 7, Perry 4, Ullery 2, Lee 9, Abel 17, Dahl 6, Ramsey 2, Kraus 13.

Perry-Lecompton — Kameron Hurd 17, Riley Shafer 9, Logan Hurd 8, Brad Phillips 7, Shelby Politte 16.

De Soto 50, Louisburg 31

De Soto — Paul Stallbaumer and Brandan Philbrook scored 12 points each in De Soto’s victory over Louisburg.

De Soto (10-10) will begin sub-state play at 7 p.m. Tuesday at St. James.

Louisburg 2 10 8 11 — 31

De Soto 11 13 14 12 — 50

De Soto — Mason Wedel 7, Kyle McCulloch 3, Dylan Burford 5, Paul Stallbaumer 12, Jeff Bowen 6, Brandan Philbrook 12, Nick Umholtz 2, Aaron Nutterfield 3.

McLouth 61, Doniphan West 42

McLouth — Cole Batman scored 22 points to lead McLouth (4-17) over Doniphan West (7-13).

Doniphan West 12 8 11 11 — 42

McLouth 16 12 14 19 — 61

Doniphan West — Alen 13, Duran 10, Ellis 7, Twemly 6, Petrich 3, Hargis 3.

McLouth — Batman 22, Dailey 10, Kramer 8, Drinnon 6, Swearngin 6, Walbridge 5, Wright 4.

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