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Area high school basketball roundup: Dane Erickson scores 27 points as Tonganoxie boys win

January 11, 2012

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Boys

Tonganoxie 64, KC Turner 57

Tonganoxie — Dane Erickson scored a game-high 27 points on 13 of 16 shooting from the foul line, and Tonganoxie (4-3) held on for the win after leading by 13 after three quarters.

Tonganoxie hosts Lansing Thursday night.

Santa Fe Trail 55, Perry-Lecompton 46

Perry — Derrick Eddy scored 12 points and Jon Denton added 11 points in a losing cause for Perry-Lecompton.

The Kaws (0-8) will play Friday at Hiawatha.

Ottawa 56, Baldwin 33

Baldwin city — Ottawa’s Semi Ojeleye scored 34 points, helping the Cyclones (9-0) stay unbeaten against Baldwin. Tuesday’s loss was the first for the Bulldogs (7-1).

Cornell Brown led Baldwin with 12 points.

Girls

Eudora 51, Paola 50, OT

Eudora — Victoria Lehmann scored 20 points and Anyssa Mays added nine points to lead Eudora past Paola in overtime. Eudora built a six-point lead in the extra session and hung on.

The Cardinals (5-5) will play Friday at Ottawa.

Tonganoxie 69, KC Turner 40

Tonganoxie — Seniors Tavia Brown and Haley Smith scored 16 and 14 points, respectively, and Tonganoxie made quick work of Turner.

The Chieftains (4-3) forced nine first-half turnovers.

Santa Fe Trail 43, Perry-Lecompton 28

Perry — Madison Hess scored 12 points, but Perry-Lecompton fell to Santa Fe Trail.

The Kaws (0-8) will play Friday at Hiawatha.

Leavenworth Immaculata 42, Oskaloosa 36

Oskaloosa — Oskaloosa had a 23-17 halftime lead and retained a four-point advantage after three quarters, but Immaculata out-scored them by 10 in the fourth quarter to earn a comeback win.

Oskaloosa (6-2) hosts Riverside on Friday.

Ottawa 38, Baldwin 19

Baldwin city — Ottawa started the game 6-0 before building a 16-7 lead at the end of the first quarter. That lead jumped to 18 points by halftime as the Cyclones led 27-9.

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