Tonganoxie 56, Atchison 38
Atchison — A monster night from Jenny Whitledge helped Tonganoxie to a girls high school basketball victory Friday at Atchison.
Whitledge, a sophomore forward, scored 11 of the Chieftains’ first 15 points as THS (4-7) attained an early double-digit lead. She finished with 20 points, 16 rebounds and two assists.
Tonganoxie senior Tayler Miles scored 12 points and pulled down nine rebounds off the bench.
THS will play host to Basehor-Linwood on Tuesday.
ACCHS 48, Oskaloosa 35
Winchester — Haley Pfau and Haley Kelley each had 11 points, but it wasn’t enough for Oskaloosa in semifinal game of the Jefferson County North tournament.
Perry-Lecompton 58, McLouth 35
Winchester — Perry jumped to a 20-8 lead in the first quarter and gradually pulled away.
Abbey Bays led Perry with 15 points in the JCN tournament game.
Paola 54, Eudora 34
Paola — Valerie Pringle scored 10 points to lead the Cardinals.
Eudora (3-12) will play Friday at Louisburg.
Tonganoxie 85, Atchison 80, OT
Atchison — Tonganoxie never trailed in the second half, but had to go to overtime to survive Atchison.
AHS (1-11) chipped away at an 11-point THS lead in the fourth quarter, cutting the deficit to a one-possession difference in the final two minutes.
Tonganoxie (5-6) didn’t lead by more than three points again until junior sub Brennen Williams, who hadn’t set foot on the floor since the third quarter, entered the game, was immediately fouled with 28 seconds left in the extra period and drained two free throws to put his team ahead 84-80.
Chieftains senior Austin Vickers, a substitute swingman, hit a three from the right wing with 2:23 left in overtime to break an 80-all tie.
THS senior Dylan Scates, who also came off the bench, hit his first four shots in the first quarter and rode the hot start to a 22-point outing.
Junior center Dane Erickson scored three of his 21 points in OT and finished with seven rebounds.
Tonganoxie will play host to Basehor-Linwood on Tuesday.
Osawatomie 51, Baldwin 45, OT
Baldwin City — Baldwin made just nine of 26 free-throw attempts, including one of eight in the third quarter.
Chad Berg, Caleb Gaylor and Dayton Velentine each scored 10 for the Bulldogs.
Paola 51, Eudora 39
Paola — Andrew Ballock scored 24 points in a losing cause.
EHS (5-9) will travel Friday to Louisburg.