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Kansas prep basketball roundup: BVNW boys win Class 6A state title

March 10, 2013


6A Boys

Blue Valley Northwest 46, Blue Valley West 29

Wichita — Blue Valley Northwest capped a perfect season Saturday with a win over Blue Valley West to take the Kansas Class 6A high school boys basketball title.

Clayton Custer led with 21 points as Northwest finished the season 25-0. Kyle Harrison had 10 for Northwest in the victory.

Blaise Gammon had 13 for West, which was the No. 7 seed in the tournament and finished the year 15-10. Gammon also pulled down eight rebounds.

Northwest took control of the game with a 14-point halftime lead and held West to 13 points in the second half.

5A Boys

SM South 46, Lansing 40

Topeka — Shawnee Mission South competed an undefeated season with a victory over Lansing for the boys Class 5A basketball championship.

The Raiders finished 25-0, led by 16 points from Dainan Swoope.

Mill Valley 75, Kapaun Mt. Carmel 70

Topeka — Mill Valley senior Nathan Stacy ended his career with a 24-point, 14-rebound performance to lead the Jaguars past Wichita Kapaun Mt. Carmel in the third-place game of the Class 5A boys state tournament.

Mill Valley (20-4) jumped to a 21-8 first quarter lead before the Crusaders (17-7) came back to make it a two-point game late in the fourth quarter. But freshman Logan Koch hit two foul shots and came up with a steal on the other end to seal the game.

Mill Valley’s third-place finish betters the program’s fourth-place finish in 2006 in its only other state appearance.

4A Boys

Ottawa 54, Highland Park 45

Salina — Ottawa broke open a tight game with 16 points in the fourth quarter to outlast Topeka’s Highland Park Scots for the Class 4A boys’ basketball title in Salina’s Bicentennial Center.

The Cyclones were led by Semi Ojeleye with 27 points and 15 rebounds. The Duke University signee was 10-of-17 from the field and 4-of-7 from the free-throw line.

Dallas Natt tossed in 12 for Ottawa (25-0).

The Scots (24-1) were led by Jahmal McMurray’s 18 points, including 4-of-13 shooting from the three-point line. Shaffee Carr had nine, and Jamon Fulton added 8.

3A Boys

Scott City 74, Humboldt 55

Hutchinson — Four players reached double figures to lead Scott City over Humboldt in the Class 3A boys’ championship.

2A Boys

Republic County 64, Meade 53

Manhattan — Republic County outlasted No. 1 seed Meade in overtime to win the Class 2A boys title in Bramlage Coliseum.

1A-DII Boys

Axtell 65, Fowler 56

Hays — Axtell turned in a strong second half to power past Fowler for the Kansas Class 1A-Division II boys championship.

6A Girls

Wichita South 46, Wichita Heights 44

Wichita — Three players scored in double figures to lead Wichita South to a victory over Wichita Heights for the Class 6A girls championship.

5A Girls

St. Thomas Aquinas 23, Mill Valley 22

Topeka — St. Thomas Aquinas built a seven-point halftime lead but had to hold off a late charge to beat Mill Valley in the Kansas Class 5A girls championship.

Aquinas (24-1) was up 15-8 to start the third quarter but saw the Jaguars chip the lead down late. A last second shot by Mill Valley came up short as time expired.

Kendra Weledji had nine points, and Claire Ferguson added five to lead the Saints.

Mill Valley (22-2) was led by Tanner Tripp who topped all scorers with 14 points. Stephanie Lichtenaur added six for the Jaguars.

4A Girls

Wamego 60, McPherson 53

Salina — Kalyee Page scored 22, and Lanie Page added 20 to lead the Wamego girls to a victory over McPherson to claim the Class 4A championship.

3A Girls

Burlington 54, Garden Plain 42

Hutchinson — Burlington built a 13-point halftime lead and cruised to the finish line, defeating Garden Plain to win the Class 3A girls title and cap an undefeated season.

2A Girls

Smith Center 63, Jefferson Co. North 55

Manhattan — Smith Center withstood a comeback attempt by defending champion Jefferson County North to win the Class 2A girls title at Bramlage Coliseum.

1A-DI Girls

Hoxie 68, Olpe 63

Emporia — Hoxie held off a late charge in the fourth quarter to beat Olpe in the Class 1A-Division 1 championship.

1A-DII Girls

Ingalls 37, Norwich 22

Hays — Ingalls held Norwich to 28 percent shooting from the field to win the Class 1A Division 2 girls title.


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