Area basketball roundup: Seahawks defeat Bulldogs during first round of Baldwin Invitational
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Bishop Seabury rolled to its second consecutive win over an area team, defeating Baldwin by a 75-61 margin during the opening round of the Baldwin Invitational.
The Seahawks (8-1), who needed a buzzer beater to take down Veritas in their previous game, relied on four double-digit scorers to roll to a 14-point win Tuesday night at BHS. Stavian Jones led the team with 27 points, while Miles Branch scored 16. Zach Bloch and Luke Hornberger each added 12 points.
“I thought Stavian was really good tonight,” Bishop Seabury coach Jonathan Raney said. “He was very active defensively and it led to some easy transition points. He did a good job of attacking the basket.”
Baldwin (1-9) allowed 36 total points in the second and third quarter. In a losing effort, Jordan Barth scored 22 points. Baldwin will now move to the consolation side of the bracket, as it faces Wellsville at 4 p.m. Friday.
Bishop Seabury, meanwhile, will face Augusta at 8:30 p.m. Friday in the second round of the Baldwin Invitational.
Bishop Seabury (75)
Stavian Jones 27, Joao Carlos Ramirez 1, Sam Bayliss 2, Zach Bloch 12, Chris Green 3, Miles Branch 16, Luke Hornberger 12, Jett French 2.
Fursman 2, Peacock 4, Cessna 6, Barth 22, Eckman 4, Garber 12, Berg 6, Washee 3, Zimmerman 2.
Blue Valley SW 72, Veritas 59
After being tied at half, Veritas gave up 42 second-half points to drop a 72-59 decision to Blue Valley Southwest during the first round of the Spring Hill tournament.
With the loss, the Eagles will now move to the consolation side of the bracket and face Sumner Academy at 3 p.m. Thursday. Jackson Rau led the way in a losing effort with 20 points, while Trey Huslig was the only other Veritas player to join him in double figures with 19.
Veritas led by a 15-14 margin after the opening quarter before both teams were tied at 30-30 at the intermission. Blue Valley Southwest scored 22 points in the third quarter to claim control of the contest.
Trey Huslig 19, Jackson Rau 20, Will Rau 2, Will Eagleman 2, Scott Weinhold 9, Brennan Clements 7.
De Soto 46, Tonganoxie 15
The Tonganoxie girls basketball team suffered a 46-15 loss to De Soto Tuesday night.