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Area basketball roundup: Baldwin boys, girls win Bulldog/Wildcat Classic

December 14, 2013

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Boys

Baldwin 61, Louisburg 40

Baldwin City — Led by senior center Quinn Twombly, Baldwin High cruised Friday to an easy 61-40 boys basketball victory in the championship game of the Bulldog/Wildcat Classic.

Twomby scored 18 first-half points, helping the Bulldogs build a 34-14 halftime lead. The game was never a contest. Baldwin (4-0) led 16-4 after the first quarter and then scored the first 12 points of the second period.

Baldwin senior forwards Luke Fursman and Michael Burton added 10 and 11 points, respectively.

Baldwin 16 18 15 12 — 61

Louisburg 4 10 11 15 — 40

Baldwin: C. Brown 7, T. Craig 6, M. Burton 11, L. Fursman 10, Q. Twombly 25, G. Burkhart 2

Louisburg: N. Moore 2, M. McLellan 4, W. Garza 3, C. Wertz 18, A. Dunn 3, W. Sander 8, M. Ribordy 2

Santa Fe Trail 61, Perry-Lecompton 56

Perry — Santa Fe Trail overcame an eight-point halftime deficit to beat Perry-Lecompton.

Seth Surface led the Kaws with 17 points.

Santa Fe Trail 14 11 19 18 —61

Perry-Lecompton 18 15 6 17 — 56

Santa Fe Trail: Watkins 3, Gloss 19, Stout 2, Wechsler 3, Mandy 3, Ullery 13, Logan 19.

Perry-Lecompton: Surface 17, Scrimsher 10, Johanning 7, Besler 6, Morgison 6, Linquist 6, Eddy 4.


Girls

Santa Fe Trail 44, Perry-Lecompton 27

Perry — Amber Moore and Shelby Dahl scored 12 points apiece to lead Santa Fe Trail (2-0).

Santa Fe Trail 11 16 11 6 — 44

Perry-Lecompton 7 8 5 7 — 27

Santa Fe Trail: Skye Dunnaway 2, Ashtyn Mentzer 2, Megan Zaldivor 2, Amber Moore 12, Jaeden Romine 8, Bri Beckman 6, Shelby Dahl 12.

Perry-Lecompton: Mallonee 2, Jones 5, Hess 2, Bowser 6, Fuller 6, Jamison 3, Coyle 3.

Baldwin 37, Louisburg 35

Baldwin City — Baldwin held off Louisburg to win the Bulldog/Wildcat Classic championship game.

The Bulldogs jumped on Louisburg early, taking a 17-11 lead at halftime. Baldwin scored the first eight points of the second half, increasing its advantage to 25-11.

Although Baldwin never gave up the lead, the game was tightly contested throughout the fourth quarter. Louisburg had the ball with a chance to tie with less than 20 seconds to play before committing a turnover. Baldwin senior guard Haily Cope then broke open for a layup, which gave the Bulldogs a 37-33 lead.

Baldwin 9 8 11 9 — 37

Louisburg 5 4 13 13 — 35

Baldwin: S. Hall 2, K. Steinke 2, M. Ogle 5, K. Jones 10, A. Stein 6, H. Cope 9, Valentine 3

Louisburg: N. Moore 10, L. Dunn 7, K. Lowry 6, K. Geiman 3, N.Hopkins 4, K. O’Keefe 3, M. Deshazer 2

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