Area basketball roundup: Baldwin girls improve to 2-0

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A red-hot shooting night paced Baldwin past Anderson County for a 68-25 win, improving to 2-0 on the season. Defensively, Baldwin held Anderson County to five points at most after the first quarter.

The Bulldogs netted nine 3-pointers as a team with five different players scoring them. Kate Ogle led in scoring with 16 points, behind three three pointers from Carly Lindenmeyer and a solid day from the charity stripe. Lindenmayer took off in the first half with 10 first quarter points, and added three points off free throws in the second quarter.

Baldwin travels to Burlington at 6 p.m. Friday.

Anderson County (25)

A. Ewert 0, C. Foltz 6, J. Schmit 6, K. Simpson 0, B. Kurtz 4, L. Spring 1, M. Kueser 0, A. Lickteig 5, R. Jasper 3. 3-point field goals 0. Free throws 7-13.

Baldwin (68)

Kayla Kurtz 11, Josie Boyle 1, Carly Lindenmeyer 16, Anna Barnett 0, Lindsey Toot 4, Lauren Russell 0, Kate Ogle 16, Macey Frost 13, Nikki Morgan 5, Rian Gene 0, Paige Ellis 2. 3-point field goals 9 (Lindenmeyer 3, Frost 2, Kurtz 2, Ogle, Morgan). Free throws 13-21.

Anderson County 13 2 5 5 – 25

Baldwin 29 15 17 7 – 68

Eudora 62, Basehor-Linwood 38

The Cardinals earned a 54-47 win over Basehor-Linwood Tuesday at home. Reagan Hiebert netted 16 points throughout the contest with a pair of triples, while also going 3-of-4 from the free throw line.

Up by 20 at the half, the Cardinals continued their consistency in scoring and didn’t let up defensively. The most they allowed any Basehor-Linwood player to score in the second half was six points (two threes) in the fourth quarter from Addison Penegar.

Eudora will play Piper at 8 p.m. Thursday for the championship. Basehor will play Paola at 6:30 for third.

Basehor-Linwood (38)

Adell Gore 0, McKenzie Jones 4, Addison Penegar 6, Ellie Dussellier 0, Brianna Ward 0, ISabel Sibert 11, Madelynn Horton 3, Riley Tinder 2, Sami Fisher 2, Lucy Lally 10. 3-point field goals (Penegar 2, Jones, Lally). Free throws 4-8.

Eudora (62)

Reagan Hiebert 12, Riley Hiebert 16, M’Cheila Rader 0, Jayla Pierce 5, Harper Schreiner 12, Emma Durr 5, Emily Watson 10. 3-point field goals 6 (Reagan Hiebert 2, Watson 2, Durr, Riley Hiebert). Free throws 14-24.

Basehor-Linwood 11 7 14 6 – 38

Eudora 21 17 18 6 – 62

Shawnee Mission East 80, Veritas 46

After jumping out to a 16-10 advantage in the first quarter, Veritas faltered down the stretch to suffer an 80-46 road loss to Shawnee Mission East Tuesday.

Trey Huslig scored 17 points to lead the way for the Eagles in the first round of the Shawnee Mission East tournament. No other played reached double figures in the loss, though Scott Weinhold and Tuckery Flory each added nine points. Will Rau finished with seven points.

Lee’s Summit Community Christian 49, Bishop Seabury 10

Bishop Seabury fell on the road to Lee’s Summit Christian (Mo.), 49-10.

Tonganoxie 48, Perry Lecompton 39

The Tonganoxie boys finished off a 48-39 win over Perry-Lecompton in a hard-fought game by both sides.


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