Area basketball roundup: Bishop Seabury boys basketball secures narrow win over Mid-Buchanan

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Bishop Seabury’s boys basketball needed some theatrics to pull out a 45-44 win over Mid-Buchanan in the Missouri Hall of Fame Classic at Benton High School on Saturday.

Senior Cobe Green was fouled going to the basket with 3.6 seconds remaining, going to the line with the game tied at 44. Green made the first, but missed the second attempt from the charity stripe. Mid-Buchanan then missed the game-winning attempt at the buzzer.

Green anchored the Seahawks (No. 1 in Class 2A) on both ends of the floor in their latest win. He paced the team with 18 points on five 2-point baskets and one triple. He also defended the team’s best player on the defensive end. Junior Zach Bloch added 10 points.

“A hard-fought victory,” BSA head coach Jonathan Raney said. “To see our boys once again battle through adversity and find a way late to make the plays was nice.”

The Seahawks have now won eight games in a row, improving their record to 15-2.

Bishop Seabury will host Northland Christian at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Seabury 15 14 8 8 — 45

Mid-Buchanan 11 13 6 14 — 44

Bishop Seabury (45)

Zach Bloch 10, Sam Bayliss 2, Stavian Jones 5, Cobe Green 18, Luke Hornberger 2, Joao Carlos Ramirez 8.

Kaws swept by Sabetha

Both Perry-Lecompton basketball teams were handed defeats in a home doubleheader with Sabetha on Thursday.

In the first game, Perry-Lecompton’s girls basketball team (9-8) couldn’t find any offensive rhythm in a 49-28 loss to Sabetha. The Kaws were held to single digits in each of their four quarters. Jenna Keller and Katy Hurd each finished with 8 points to lead the way offensively.

On the boys side, Perry-Lecompton’s late push wasn’t enough in a 52-47 loss to Sabetha. The Kaws (11-6) scored 17 points in the fourth quarter, but couldn’t complete the comeback. Blake Farmer paced PLHS with 16 points, while Parker Stone netted 15 points.

Perry-Lecompton will travel to Sabetha on Tuesday for a rematch.

Girls box

Sabetha 9 12 17 11 — 49

PLHS 8 2 9 9 — 28

Perry-Lecompton (28)

Blaise Ball 4, Jenna Keller 8, Campbell Keller 3, Katy Hurd 8, Allyson Baker 2, Chloe Daniels 3

Boys box

Sabetha 13 10 17 12 — 52

PLHS 12 6 12 17 — 47

Perry-Lecompton (47)

Parker Stone 15, Billy Welch 3, Bradley Robb 3, Kaden Doleman 2, Dawson Williams 6, Blake Farmer 16, Baragan Ratzlaff 2.

Veritas boys fall to Classical

Despite an early lead, the Veritas boys basketball team dropped a 59-55 decision to Classical on Friday.

The Eagles (8-13) doubled up the opposition in the opening period, taking a 14-7 advantage out of the gate. Classical responded with 19 points in the second quarter and 19 more in the third frame before pulling out the win at home.

Brennan Clements and Will Rau were still very effective in the loss. Clements led the way with 18 points on 5 of 14 while also recording 10 rebounds. Rau provided 17 points on a 6-for-17 effort from the floor to go along with 12 rebounds and nine assists.

Veritas will host St. Joseph Christian on Tuesday.

Veritas 14 12 13 16 — 55

Classical 7 19 19 14 — 59

Veritas (55)

Abel Brackenhoff 3, Will Rau 17, Will Bartkoski 7, Lawson Ream 3, Aden-Jay Baker 3, Calvin Clements 4, Brennan Clements 18.

Eudora sweeps Paola

In a home doubleheader with Paola, Eudora came away with two wins on the hardwood.

Eudora’s girls basketball team continues to end up in the win column on a nightly basis. In the first game, EHS secured a 41-36 victory over Paola. The Cardinals (14-1, No. 4 in Class 4A) have now won 13 games in a row, with their last loss taking place on Dec. 11.

In the nightcap, Eudora earned a 52-50 victory over Paola. The Cardinals are now back to .500, improving their record to 8-8.

Eudora will travel to Louisburg on Tuesday.


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