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Eudora turns back Spring Hill

February 15, 2014

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— Eudora jumped out to an 18-point halftime lead, and Mitchell Ballock led the way with 22 points in a 61-44 high school boys basketball victory Friday.

Eudora 22 16 12 11 — 61

Spring Hill 10 10 12 12 — 44

Eudora: M. Ballock 22, Downing 14, Shockley 9, A. Ballock 8, Fawcett 2, Wray 2, Scroggin 2, Byrne 2.

Spring Hill: Hodge 14, Hughes 10, Bybee 5, Cygan 5, Johnson 4, Hollern 2, Reynolds 2, Heinrich 2.

K.C. Piper 62, Tonganoxie 58

Tonganoxie — Jared Sommers and Jack Dale had 16 and 13 points for the Chieftains.

Piper 19 12 18 13 — 62

Tonganoxie 14 19 10 15 — 58

Piper: Long 15, Harper 12, Jennings 10, Owens 9, Eskina 7, Rogers 6, Beebe 3.

Tonganoxie: Sommers 16, Dale 13, Grizzle 8, Ford 8, McPherson 8, Swedo 3, Hecht 2.

Baldwin 77, De Soto 75, 3OT

De Soto — Baldwin High senior guard Cornell Brown scored 11 of his 27 points in the third overtime.

Baldwin 8 13 16 19 9 0 12 — 77

De Soto 15 16 16 9 9 0 10 — 75

Baldwin: Cornell Brown 27, Tim Craig 6, Chad Berg 17, Michale Burton 25, Quinn Twombly 2

De Soto: Max Taulbee 2, Dalton Verhulst 31, Jason Johnson 7, Justin Johnson7, Isaac Albert 14, Quinton Verhulst 14.

Girls

Santa Fe Trail 37, Atchison County 25

Atchison — Santa Fe Trail held Atchison County to four points in the first half as it improved to 15-2 on the season.

Santa Fe Trail 9 6 8 14 — 37

Atchison County 4 0 13 8 — 25

Santa Fe Trail: Dahl 14, Zaldivar 8, Beckman 6, Romine 6, Moore 3.

Atchison County: Vanderlo 11, Ernzen 6, Kearney 2, Newquist 2, Fowler 2, Holtgrape 2.

Spring Hill 56, Eudora 52 OT

Spring Hill — Makaila Garcia had a game-high 19 points, but the Cardinals fell to Spring Hill.

Spring Hill 8 17 14 11 6 — 56

Eudora 13 17 5 15 2 — 52

Spring Hill: Cluck 16, Baker 15, Smith 8, VanZant 7, Weaver 5, Mikesell 4, Davids 1.

Eudora: Garcia 19, A. Richeson 12, Lehmann 8, C. Richeson 6, T. Balluch 5, K. Balluch 2.

Piper 46, Tonganoxie 39

Tonganoxie — Kara Banks and Emily Soetaert led the Chieftains with 13 and 11 points, respectively.

Piper 15 10 10 11 — 46

Tonganoxie 15 10 4 10 — 39

Piper: Woolley 14, White 9, Wayne 8, Webb 8, Wagner 6, Owens 1.

Tongie: Banks 13, Soetaert 11, Ahart 5, Waldeier 5, Walker 3, Ford 2.

Louisburg 48, Ottawa 47

Ottawa — The Cyclones’ fourth-quarter comeback fell just short.

Louisburg 13 16 6 13 — 48

Ottawa 10 6 11 20 — 47

Louisburg: Fischer 23, Moore 17, Natt 7.

Ottawa: Moore 13, German 8, Breckenridge 7, O’Keefe 6, Deshazer 6, Hopkins 5, Lowry 3.

De Soto 40, Baldwin 28

De Soto — De Soto junior Megan Bonar scored a game-high 19 points.

De Soto 10 11 9 10 — 40

Baldwin 10 9 4 5 — 28

De Soto: Tanith Beal 7, Tori Marshall 5, Kristen Saucerman 6, Megan Bonar19, 3, Koren Hobbs 3

Baldwin: Karina Steinke 2, Maddie Ogle 3, Katie Jones 7, Corey Valentine 3, Kyna Smith 5, Alexia Stein 4, Hailey Cope 4

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