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Area basketball roundup: Baldwin boys still unbeaten

January 11, 2014

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Boys

Baldwin 52, Louisburg 37

Baldwin City — The Baldwin boys needed a fourth-quarter surge Friday to stay unbeaten.

Baldwin: Brown 12, Berg 9, Twombly 8, Burton 8, Craig 8, Fursman 7.

Louisburg: Wertz 10, Moore 7, Carder 6, Ribordy 5, Meyer 4, Dunn 3, Garza 2.

Eudora 56, De Soto 43

Eudora — Mitchell Ballock scored 22 points to lead Eudora past De Soto.

De Soto 12 12 7 12 — 43

Eudora 14 16 13 13 — 56

De Soto: Taulbee 6, Stendel 10, D. Verhulst 6, Mullen 3, Q. Verhulst 16, Williams 2.

Eudora: Skylar Shockley 6, Grant Elston 3, Andrew Ballock 10, Austin Downing 9, Mitchell Ballock 22, Zhade Wray 4, Mason Fawcett 2.

Perry-Lecompton 46, Riverside 41

Perry — The Kaws outscored Riverside by five points in the third quarter, and that proved to be the difference.

P-L 12 8 12 14 — 46

Riverside 10 9 7 15 — 41

Perry-Lecompton: Linquist 11, Johanning 9, Surface 9, Eddy 5, Besler 4, Scrimsher 4, Daniels 2, Morgison 2.

Riverside: McGaughy 18, Cox 14, Davidson 5, Hoffman 2, Scott 2.

Paola 65, Ottawa 64 OT

Ottawa — Paola handed Ottawa its first loss of the season.

Paola 18 10 13 13 11 — 65

Ottawa 20 11 12 11 10 — 64

Paola: McDow 24, Long 22, Wilson 14, Jorgesen 3, Criddle 2.

Ottawa: McCullough 21, Smith 16, Blaue 11, Bunce 10, Matney 5, Silvey 2.

Nemaha Valley 74, Santa Fe Trail 41

Carbondale — Chase Logan led the Chargers with 18 points. Santa Fe Trail dropped to 2-3 and will try to bounce back Tuesday at Perry-Lecompton.

Namaha Valley 17 20 25 12 — 74

Santa Fe Trail 9 14 11 7 — 41

Nemaha Valley: Meyer 14, Elder 11, Williams 10, Hermesch 9, Haverkamp 8, Sperssflager 6, McKernan 4, Bradley 4, Allen 2, Oller 2, Boeckman 2.

Santa Fe Trail: Logan 18, Stout 9, Gloss 6, Weschler 3, Boyd 2, Coletraine 1.

Basehor-Linwood 76, Tonganoxie 60

Basehor — Chase Younger and Zach McNabb each scored 19 points as Basehor-Linwood cruised to a win against Kaw Valley League rival Tonganoxie.

Basehor-Linwood 17 24 19 16 — 76

Tonganoxie 12 18 11 19 — 60

Basehor-Linwood: Younger 19, McNabb 19, Muldoon 15, Sanders 11, Downing 6, McPherson 4, Gorman 2.

Tonganoxie: Dale 21, Ford 9, Johnson 8, Grizzle 8, Tate 5, Swedo 5, McPherson 2, Sommers 2.

Girls

Baldwin 63, Louisburg 54

Baldwin City — Katie Jones scored a game-high 33 points for Baldwin.

Baldwin 15 16 14 18 — 63

Louisburg 13 16 10 15 — 54

Baldwin: Jones 33, Ogle 13, Stein 10, Valentine 4, Cope 3.

Louisburg: Moore 17, Geiman 15, O’Keefe 9, Lowry 8, Dunn 2, Hopkins 1.

Perry-Lecompton 60, Riverside 28

Perry — The Kaws built leads of 15 points after one quarter and 30 points at halftime.

Perry-Lecompton 22 17 13 8 — 60

Riverside 7 2 11 8 — 28

Perry-Lecompton: Mallonee 6, Jones 10, Hess 12, Mehl 2, D. Bowser 8, Fuller 7, Jamison 4, Coyle 9, K. Bowser 2.

Riverside: Cox 10, Butts 2, Blair 2, Halter 11, Hawkins 1, Juhl 1.

Paola 40, Ottawa 31

Ottawa — Brette Moore scored 18 of the Cyclones’ 31 points in the loss.

Paola 18 22 — 40

Ottawa 14 17 — 31

Paola: Williams 12, Johnson 9, Paulson 7, Laudanum 6, Koala 4, Slawson 2.

Ottawa: Moore 18, Fischer 7, Natt 4, Lancaster 2.

Santa Fe Trail 45, Nemaha Valley 39

Carbondale — Shelby Dahl led the Chargers past Nemahah Valley with a game-high 16 points. Santa Fe Trail remains perfect on the season at 6-0.

Santa Fe Trail 7 18 9 11 — 45

Nemaha Valley 9 5 15 10 — 39

Santa Fe Trail: Dahl 16, Beckman 10, Moore 7, Mentzer 5, Zaldivar 5, Romine 2.

Nemaha Valley: McKernan 9, Baumgartner 9, Rottinghaus 7, Koch 4, Stallbaumer 2, Nolte 1, Nordhaus 1.

De Soto 38, Eudora 20

Eudora — De Soto jumped to a 12-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.

De Soto improved to 3-4, while Eudora fell to 3-5.

De Soto 12 11 5 10 — 60

Eudora 0 10 5 5 — 28

DeSoto: Bonar 12, Lancaster 9, Marshall 7, Saucerman 4, Maskus 3, Stroust 2, Hobbs 1.

Eudora: A. Richeson 6, T. Balluch 5, K. Balluch 3, C. Richeson 3, Garcia 2, Lehman 1.

Basehor-Linwood 47, Tonganoxie 31

Basehor — A 12-1 game-opening run set the tone early as the BLHS girls won their second league game in a row.

Basehor-Linwood 14 16 5 12 — 47

Tonganoxie 6 8 1 16 — 31

Basehor-Linwood: V. Smith 10, Clayton 10, Garver 7, Gorman 5, Payne 4, R. Smith 4, Ford 3, Easley 2, McDowell 2.

Tonganoxie: Banks 10, Waldeier 8, Walker 7, Soetaert 4, Ahart 2.

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