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C4 SATURDAY. JANUARY 27, 1996 SPORTS THE SAUNA JOURNAL HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL RESULTS Boys MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE ELLIS 68, OSBORNE 63 (OT) Osbonw 2 22 13 17 9-63- Ellis 15 18 16 8 14 - 68 Osbome Clones 5, Schumacher 8, Smith 14, Hadley13,Cousfl1B,Gray5, Elte -Nonas 9, Bslort 4, Wall 2, Fondocte 21, Mlckelson 8, Rorabauagh 15, Bittel 9. REGULAR SEASON PRATT 59, RUSSELL 57 Pratt 6 11 17 25 - 59 Russell 19 15 12 11 - 57 Pratt - Carlson 3, Tteslne 13, Swlahtek 15, easles 4, Brawn 9, Bolen 13, Banks 2. Russell (3-9) - Hoffman 14, Banks 10, Wasinger 5, Gilpin 8, Hlckert 18, Monte 2. LUCAS-LURAY 65. TESCOTT 56 Tescott 12 11 10 23- 56 Lucas-Luray 15 15 11 24 - 65 Tescott - Abrams 3, Je. Goosen 6, Gottl 12, Getting 9, Larson 2, Phelps 20, Jo. Goosen 4. Lucas-Luray - T.J. Palmer 10, Zvdefel 2, T. palmer 11, Bretz 19; Hotecek 2, Doton 4, Fell 17. KENSINGTON 82 EASTERN HEIGHTS 60 Kensington 24 11 23 24 - 82 Eastern Heights 11 15 14 20 - 60 Kensington - Schween 8, Beach 3, Bailiff 5, Wagenblast 14, Engelke 18, Bearley 9, Yoxall 6, Wlens 7, McDowell 5, Dibble 2, Beckman 5. Eastern Heights (3-11) - McDowell 3, Hanes 15, Boyle 32, Bienhoff 7, Nelson 3. TOPEKA HIGH 70 JUNCTION CITY 49 Junction City 10 11 14 14 - 49 Topeka High 15 22 15 18 - 70 Junction City - Hill 6, Avant 4, Ruffin 16, Cut- fin 3, Jordan 1, Price 10, Poe 1, Manson 4, Stephens 4. Topeka High (10-3) - Bowen 13, Fulton 10, Durbln 4, Carter 1, Ramirez 8, James 2, Rose 4, Sanders 28. LINCOLN 64, UPTON 53 Lincoln 20 20 14 10 - 64 Tipfon , 7 19 9 18 - 53 Lincoln - Melli 3, Gebhart 19, Obermueller 5, Marling 4, Mai 17, Biggs 2, Lohmann 14. Tlpton (5-8) - Tonne 15, A.Streit 5, K.Streit 4, Timbers 1, Und 10, Reldel 11, Lathrom 7. LOGAN 83, NORLAND 55 Morland 9 10 13 23 - 55 Logan 21 17 18 27 - 83 Morland - Meier 6, Atkins 11, Schamperter 15, Acheson 12, Bom 2, Parks 7, Leitner 2. Logan - Van Dlesl 8, Loyd 2, Morris 9, Kern- per 18, Edingtoin 2, Slutlerheim 2, Ashmore 23, Gottschalk 5, Jones 7, Whitney 7. JENNINGS 77, WESKAN 61 Weskan 9 22 14 16 - 61 Jennings 23 23 22 9-77 Weskan - Graver 2, BRown 3, Lawless 4, Jones 9, Cox 5, Smith 5, Aldrisge 16, Crotlnger 9. SwartzS. Jennings - Schllllg 1, Randolph 24, Vahllng 13, Fleckensteln 27, Bailey 9, Salacan 2, Harris 1. MCPHERSON 84, CAMPUS 65 Campus 11 19 16 19 -65 McPherson 22 15 17 30 - 84 Campus - A.Harrls 12, Faust 7, Lemons 10, Brldwell 12, J.Harris 24. McPherson - Pyle 3, Brown 2, Alexander 28, Turner 6, Johnson 17, Fiedler 6, Marten 11, Schulthelss 3, Sears 8. HILL CITY 62, TREGO 45 Trego 15 9 13 8-45 Hill City 16 18 17 11 - 62 Trego - Ziegler 2, Brawn 11, Higglns 10, Schelder 14, Malsam 8. Hill Cily - Kaiser 3, D.Heiman 9, Rlley 22, Worcester 2, M.Heiman 2, Zohner 3, Bell 18, Budlg 3. ATWOOD 67, OBERLIN 64 Atwood 13 24 8 22 - 67 Obertin 14 12 25 13 - 64 Atwood (10-3) - Kostens 8, Wells 18, Kelly 6, Homlek 14, Lang 4, Miller 11, Schnee 2, Peterson 4. Obertin (2-11) - Yonekawa 13, Vollertsen 8, Kettert 3, Roe 8, Post 17, Ganje 4, Wilson 11. QUINTER 84, RANSOM 33 Ransom 10 15 4 4-33 Quinter 13 23 27 21 - 84 Ransom - Jed Simpson 8, Nuttle 6, Dechant 2, Jay Simpson 9, Ochs 4, Albers 4. Oulnter (10-2) - Kesler 11, Hargitt 8, Look 4, Lichty 5, Quint 6, Zerr 7, Ostmeyer 21, Maxwell 21, Mader 1. OAKLEY 92, HOXIE 75 Hoxie 25 20 12 18 - 75 Oakley 19 26 25 22 - 92 •' Hoxie - Tice 12, Hague 10, Randolph 2, Rath 28, Deines 9, Caldwell 12, Mauck 2. Oakley - Marchant 8, Wycoff 12, Wison 22, Pleifer 15. Brueoger 12, Daman 2, Zimmerman 21. T SALINA SOUTH BOYS TRIBUNE 107, QOLDEN PLAINS 76 Tribune 28 33 17 31 - 107 •Golden Plains 15 25 19 17 - 76 Tribune - Good) 11, Hlld 17, Manflan 10, Young 45, Nemochek 6; Thon 2, Zimmerman 2, Hoffman 10, Stewart 4. Golden Plains - Wark 6, Hlbbs 31, Schlltz 6, Leggett 15, Dlble 6, Summers 12. HOISINQTON 63, TMP-MARIAN 67 TMP-Marian 17 15 7 18 - 57 Holslngton 13 18 11 21 - 63 TMP-Marlan (5-8) - B.Dinkel 14, Woll 6, Wiley 16, Lelker 11, M.DInkel 10. Holslngton (13-0) - Dutton 10, Doonan 4, Cotten 23, Bates 11, Madden 2, Boor 5, Wodyzlak HILLSBORO 78, MARION 37 Hillsboro 18 17 24 19 - 78 Marlon 6 7 12 12 - 37 Hillsboro - Ratzlaff 5, Fast 16, Hagen 14, Christiansen 8, Klelber 8, Sullivan 2, Frantz 4, Perry 4, Drlggers 10, Plenert 6, Foth 1. Marlon (2-11) - Darrow 3, Vemch 2, Goodin 2, Bowers 4, Brown 4, Griffith 6, Gilbert 4, Wheeler 2, Maggard 10. LITTLE RIVER 60 CANTON-GALVA 55 Canton-Galva 4 23 14 14 - 55 Little River 14 9 17 20 - 60 Canton-Gatva - O'Hara 2, Alyord 12, Koehn 3, Bolton 17, Hoppes 4, Pavlovlch 13, Unruh 4. Little River (6-8) - Ensmlnger 10, Konen 4, Wohletz 6, Schlatter 2, Nelson 15, Barta 10, Latterly 13. BENNINGTON 78, WILSON 73 Wilson 14 21 21 17 - 73 Bennlngton 23 20 23 12 - 78 Wilson - Kasper 26, Whltmer 11, Petz 10, J.Soukup 7, Miller 7, T.Soukup 4, Ward 4, Vondracek 4. Bennington (11-3) - Morgan 20, Stenfors 17, Smith 15, Saenger 10, Murray 9, Trahan 5, Daniels 2. GRINNELL 73, UTICA 44 Utica 9 14 13 8-44 Grinnell 21 16 19 17 - 73 Utica - Walker 3, D.SoIze 3, Young 1, Babcock 9, Borquln 2, R.SoIze 16, Foster 4, Schwlndt 3, Johnson 3. Grinnell (6-4) - J.Dickman 2, Mense 2, Lager 2, G.Dickman 8, M.Dlckman 7, Abers 2, N.Capo 17, Helnrch 20, Peeler 5, J.Capo 6, Wolf 2. NORTHERN VALLEY 70, LENORA 45 Lenora 7 10 10 18 - 45 Northern Valley 19141819-70 Lenora - R.Becker 2, J.Becker 3, Gassman 10, Nelson 23, Lour 7. Northern Valley (9-6) - Cox 15, Hanson 2, Dellmont 17, Hammond 4, Van Paten 2, Griffin 4, Ingram 6, McNeil 8, Mussman 4, Thompson 2, Speer6, HANSTON 75, INGALLS 63 Ingalls 14 19 15 15 - 63 Hanston 18 16 16 25 - 75 Ingalls - Showalter 5, Schmidt 40, Frack 6, Downey 2, SpanglerlO. Hanston (7-7) - Cure 12, Salmans 11,. Stlne- mentz 1, Ney 22, Korf 22, Smith 2, Hahn 5. WHITE CITY 55, SOLOMON 50 White City 10201411-55 Solomon 12 11 11 16-50 White City - Tishhauser 5, Hammersmith 9, Coade 12, Coons 4, Hamneson 19, Wamp'ler 4, Jones 2. Solomon - Harder 2, Neaderhalser 7, Peterson 13, LJnsley 2, Zerbe 2, Heller 3, Stroud 8, BruhM, Wilson 12. CHEYLIN 66, BREWSTER 47 Brewster 9 14 6 18 - 47 Cheylln 13 19 10 24 - 66 Brewster (9-3) - Clint Rush 15, Randolph 2, J.Reid 2, Crumbaker 6, Slams 4, Clay Rush 14. Cheylin (7-5) - Hendricks 10, Brogan 15, Leach! 6, Moyer 20, Powell 5. Girls MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE STOCKTON 56, TREGO 37 Trego 8 13 9 7-37 Stockton 12 13 12 19 - 56 Trego - Wagner 2, Turley 10, Hladek 5, Purke 3, Augustine 2, Scanlon 6, Walt 10. Stockton - Weldonhaft 9, Hester Wood 6, Hannah Wood 16, Kriley 20, McDonald 1, Moore 2, Rogers 1, Halnes 1. NORTON 47, SMITH CENTER 44 Smith Center 6 10 16 10 - 44 Norton • 5 11 14 17 - 47 Smith Center - Boxutn 11, Rene 10, Lambert 6, Woods 4, Finch 9, Beckman 4. Norton - Cox 13, Hillman 9, McEwen 16, Rowh 4, Reuslnk 5. REGULAR SEASON HEALY 64, TRIPLAINS 46 Healy 15181615-64 Triplains 8 12 11 17-48 Healy - Burnett 2, Cersobsky 12, Fenster 9, Miller 11,Jennlson 30. Triplains (3-8) - Ochs 2, Latham 17, Kough 5, Kemp 4, Schertz 8, Fulton 9, T.Ocrus 5. . LUCAS-LURAY 57, TESCOTT 54 Tescott 15 15 9 15 - 54 Lucas-Luray 17 18 13 9-57 Tescott - McClure 33, Nelson 2, Wlnebrenner 5, Adams 8, Humpert 2, Zlab 4. Lucas-Luray - Zwellel 10, Libal 2, Urban 3, Romanowskl 2, Tale 12, Lindsay 16, Blase 12. QUINTER 40, RANSOM 25 Ransom 2 9 4 10 - 25 Oulnter 10 6 10 14 - 40 Ransom (6-6) - J.Weeks 2, Pavlu 2, Blackwell 8, E.Weeks 11, Bombeck 2. Ouinter (12-0) - T.Ostmeyer 3, Lichty 2, K.Oslmeyer 14, Irwln 2, Qlllesple 9. Zelgler 2, Worth 8. BENNINGTON 63, WILSON 57 (OT) Wilson 17 12 15 10 3 - 57 Bennlngton 6 12 18 18 9-63 Wilson - Ptacek 8, J.Soukup 8, Petz 30, Nichols 2, C.Soukup 1, Qaitros 8. Bennlngton (9-4) - J.Welland 7, Reids 24, M.Welland 2, Ptacek 7, Qrtest 23. KENSINGTON 44 EASTERN HEIGHTS 39 Kensington 10 15 10 9-44 Eastern Heights 12 9 7 11 - 39 Kensington (10-4) - Qoracke 17, Wagner 2, Croston 4, Smith 13, Bretton 6, Baulmann 2. Eastern Heights (7-7) - Wlebe 2, Lane 2, Still 14, Hunter 6, SIbne 2, Robinson 10. . HOXIE 59, OAKLEY 50 Hoxie 14 13 13 19 - 59 Oakley 15 10 13 12 - 50 Hoxie - K.Campbell 2, Alstrom 7, H.Campbell 10, Andregg 12, Balnter 10, William 3, Schlelke 8, Schafler7. Oakley (8-4) - Hecker 8, Morel 13, Korf 15, Eberie 6, Wassemiller 6, Robben 2. WESKAN 107, JENNINGS 45 Weskan ' 27 37 21 22 - 107 Jennings 12 13 4 16 - 45 Weskan - Robinson 14, Johnson 7, Funk 6, P.Welsh 32, Okeson 25, Cox 4, Smith 4, S.Welsh 4, Burch 11. Jennings (5-7) -Tara Gassmann 1, B.Carter 2, McKenna 2, Tina Qassman 2, Bolt 2, H.Carter26, Fleckenslain 10. CHASE COUNTY 38 COUNCIL GROVE 35 Chase County 10 10 5 13 - 38 Council Grove 9 11 9 6-35 Chase County - Ingalls 6, Miser 10, Blender 3, Hlnkson 7, McElhose 2, Numberg 10. Council Grove - Harkness 7, Ehrilch 4, Davis 9, Pteolet 10, Sarratt 5. LOGAN 68, MORLAND 36 Morland 12 4 15 - 38 Logan 13 18 15 22 - 68 Moriand - Keith 11, Bretz 2, Goltl 8, Rich- meier13, Parks 2. Logan - Wlthington 11, Schemper 14, Triplet! 23, Grevlng 10, JJansonius 4, CJansonlus 1, Homing 2, Grammon 3. NORTHERN VALLEY 48, LENORA 44 Lenora 7 13 17 7-44 Northern Valley 8 10 18 12 - 48 Lenora (3-8) -G.NInemire 1, Nelson 10, Sire- it 6, Boss 14, Feldt 11, A.NInemlre 2. Northern Valley (5-8) - Hawks 6, Hays 21, Ross 6, Anderson 2, Smith 4, Bowman 6, Van- DeWege 3. ATWOOD 72, OBERLIN 53 Atwood 15 14 19 24 - 72 Oberlin 15 11 8 19 - 53 Atwood (7-7) - Christman 8, Bryant 2, Carr 15, Kanak 6, Horton 12, M.Schmidt 2, D.Schmidt 13, Miller 11, Higley 3. Oberlin (2-11) - Fraker 7, De|mal 6, Martin 9, V.Castle 11, Stanley 2, Ayers 1, Uehlin 2, C.Castle 3, Nichols 12. WHITE CITY 56, SOLOMON 46 White City 8151419-56 Solomon 6 9 13 18 - 46 White City - Britt 2, Schmidt 9, K.Fiest 22, S.Britt 2, T.Fiest 2, Lee 4, Johnson 7, Albrecht 8. Solomon (5-6) - Montgomery 1, Fabrizius 5, Searcy 20, Johnson 16, Gronewoller 4. DOWNS 56, NATOMA 40 Downs 19 12 18 7 - 56 Natoma 5 9 9 17 - 40 Downs - Berkley 7, Harris B, Page! 2, Sllpke 4, Becker 4, Schoen 8, Joy 5, Miller 18. Natoma (1-12) - Maupin 15, Shearer 19, Christopher 4, Ragland 1, Rathbun 1. CHEYLIN 63, BREWSTER 54 Brewster 11 13 14 16 - 54 Cheylln 14 21 17 11 - 63 Brewster-Armverger 10, Richards 8, Bear 2, Rush 11, Kammer 2, Barrara 2, Swanson 2, Luckert 15, Jorgenson 1. Cheylln (6-5) - Rambat 2, Bannister 4, Sabatka 12, Wright 1, Bussey 4, Anhote 31, Haack 9. UTICA48, GRINNELL34 Utica 10121016-48 Grinnell 11 4 8 11 - 34 Utica - Young 6, TRaub 2, HOchs 18, T.Ochs 8, Foster 16. Grinnell - Kahle 1, Mense 2, Helnrich 2, Penka 8, Moos 2, Rumback 5, Rehmer 10, Peeler 4. CHASE 45, BAZINE 37 Bazlne 4 9 16 8-37 Chase 11 12 9 13 - 45 Bazlne (0-12) - B.Foos 2, Brin 8, Boese 2, S.Foos 10, Bruntz 15. Chase (2-8) - Butts 7, Madden 2, Stellar. 2, Kern 4, R.Heine 1, Ludwlck 11, LHelne 1, Casper 6. TIPTON 51, LINCOLN 31 Lincoln 12 6 10 3 - 31 Tlpton 12 12 16 11 - 51 Lincoln - Lockhart 4, Otaermueller 4, Wlebke 7, Schneider 2, Harmony Larsen 6, Heather Larson 8. Tlpton (12-1) - B.Doyls 14; K.Doyle 11, Budke 9, J.Brummer 8, T.Brummer 6, Adam 3. HANSTON 69, INQALLS 38 Ingalls 8 13 6 11 - 38 Hanston 25 22 14 8 - 69 . Ingalls - Phelan 3k, Schmidt 5, Uthe 3, Obrale 6, Walker 1, Benton 8, D.Schmidt 12. Hanstdh (13-0) - Chapman 6, Halm 11, Stlnamentz 5, Torilne 5, Sebes 12, Osbum 21, Husmanl, Raff 6, Hailing 2. SCHOOL STATS PACK Scores Results of games played Friday: BOYS Ashland 66, Meade 55 Atwood 67, Oberlin 64 Augusta 83, Mutvane 50 Bennlngton 78, Wilson 73 Bucklln 46, Spearvvile 38 Burlington 73, Neodesha 69 Crest 56, Marmaton Valley 54 Ellis 68, Osbome 63 (ot) 'Goddard62,Andover61 Grinnell 73, Utica 44 Hanston 75, Ingalls 63 Healy 103, Triplains 77 Hill City 62, Trego 45 Hillsboro 78, Marion 37 Holslngton 63, TMP-Marian 57 Jennings 77, Weskan 61 Kensington 82, Eastern Heights 60 Lakln50,Hugoton47 Lincoln 64, Tlpton 53 Little River 60, Canton-Qalva 55 Logan 83, Moriand 55 Lucas-Luray 65, Tescott 56 Manhattan 57, Sallna South 52 McPherson 84,'Campus 65 Moundridge 57, Hesston 49 Northern Valley 70, Lenora 45 Oakley 92, Hoxie 75 Pratt 59, Russell 57 Quinter 84, Ransom 33 Satanta 72, Dighton 59 Topeka High 70, Junction City 49 Topeka West 61, Salina Ceblral 52 Tribune 107, Golden Plains 76 White City 55, Solomon 50 GIRLS Ashland 69, Protection 25 Atwood 72, Oberlln 53 Bennington 63, Wilson 57 Caldwell 74, West Elk 42 Chase 45, Bazine 37 Chase County 38, Council Grove 35 Cheylln 63, Brewster 54 Coldwaler 55, Lewis 32 Concordia 41, Ellsworth 36 Conway Springs 64, Sedgwlck 44 Downs 56, Naloma 40 Fredonia 55, Eureka 38 Hanston 69, Ingalls 38 Halstead54,BellePlaine32 Healy 64, Triplains 46 Hoxie 59, Oakley 50 Junction City 63, Abilene 41 Kensington 44, Eastern Heights 39 Logan 68, Moriand 36 Lucas-Luray 57, Tescott 54 Northern Valley 48, Lenora 44 Norton 47, Smith Center 44 Olathe Norm 56, Leavenworth 39 Parsons 53, Bluestem 39 Pawnee Heights 45, Haviland 40 Quinter 40, Ransom 25 Sallna South 46, Southeast of Saline 43 Stockton 56, Trego 37 Syracuse 37, Leotl 31 Tlpton 51, Lincoln 31 Utica 48, Grinnell 34 Weskan 107, Jennings 45 White City 56, Solomon 46 Wichita Bishop Carroll 70, El Dorado 40 Wichita Collegiate 62, Winfield 47 Wichita East 67, Derby 46 Wichita Heights 53, Hutchinson 52 South comes up just short against Manhattan, 57-52 Cougars hang with Indians throughout, but drop 1-70 contest By DARAN NEUSCHAFER The Salina Journal The toughest part of coaching these days for Salina South basketball coach Dennis Wahlgren is trying to avoid total frustration. Wahlgren and his troops are struggling to keep their heads up after recording only two victories so far this season. Friday night's contest against visiting Manhattan proved to be a little bittersweet for the Cougars as well. South may have played its best basketball of the season, taking a powerful Manhattan team to the wire before losing 57-52 in an I- 70 League match-up. "Despite losing, I thought that was the best basketball we have played all season. Even better than the Clay Center game, which we won. I thought we played a much better total game tonight," Wahlgren said. Unfortunately for the Cougars, the result was again a loss, its llth in 13 games. "It is very hard to continue to come back from the losses," Wahlgren added. "You work so hard to get better and keep coming up short. It is hard for the players and coaches alike to continue to get up for these games, but tonight I thought the kids played hard, and we did some nice things against a good Manhattan team." The Indians, who moved to 9-3 overall and 4-1 in the league, benefited from steady play and clutch free-throw shooting down the stretch to avoid the upset. Manhattan, after turning the ball over 11 times in the first half, committed just four turnovers in the second including just one in the pivotal fourth quarter. That, and a 7-3 spurt in the final minute I "You work so hard to get better and keep coming up short. It's hard for the players and coaches alike to continue to get up for these games, but tonight I thought the kids played hard..." Dennis Wahlgren Saline South coach of the game proved too much for the Cougars.. "Give South credit, their kids probably deserved to win the ball- game, because they played closer to their potential than we did," said Manhattan head coach Terry Taylor. "(South) played within themselves, and defensively made us earn everything we got, but finally in the fourth quarter we were able to get done what we needed to. "Maybe all of the close games that we have played this year paid off, because I thought our experience paid off in the end. We did some really nice things when we needed to." South trailed by two, 21-19, at the break and then pulled to within 40-39 by the end of the third quarter. Senior Mike Newcomer provided the lift for the Cougars offensively, scoring 11 points in the third stanza on 5-of-5 shooting. But equally impressive in the quarter was Manhattan's Roy Arceneaux. The Indians junior forward seemed to match Newcomer basket for basket, scoring 14 of Manhattan's 19 points hi the quarter. "Mike really got on a roll in the third quarter shooting the ball, but then they did a better job in the fourth of denying him the ball," Wahlgren said. "But Arceneaux was really getting good position down low, and we couldn't take that away from them." The Cougars did grab a 44-41 lead at the 5:19 mark thanks to a free throw by Ben Houltberg. But South then went cold, going nearly three minutes without scoring, while Manhattan was on a pivotal 7-0 run. Still South hung tough, as Josh Jahnke's trey with 2:28 remaining ended the drought and pulled the Cougars to within 48-47. South stiU trailed 51-49 with under a minute to play, and the Cougars looked to tie or take the lead, when Houltberg was whistled for a traveling violation with 24 seconds remaining. Forced then to foul, the Cougars sent Manhattan point guard B.J. Ross to the line, where the junior connected on both charities to put the game out of reach. Newcomer led South with 19 points, while Tyler Charvat added 11. Manhattan was led by Arceneaux's 16 points. The Cougars return to action Tuesday, when they travel to Hays. • INMAN 67, ELL-SALINE 46 - At Inman — Chris Worthing scored 25 points and Mark Friesen 14 as Inman rolled to a victory over Ell-Saline in a Heart of America League game rescheduled from Dec. 12. Inman improves to 11-3 while Ell-Saline falls to 10-3. Craig Augustine led Ell-Saline with 15 points. Nathan Martin had 10. Inman led 13-7 after one quarter and 29-19 at halftime. Ell- Saline trailed 40-32 after three quarters, but faded in the final period. Worthing hit four 3-point baskets and Friesen two. Shane Abrahams tossed in 11 for the Teutons. Manhattan boys 57 Sallna South 52 MANHATTAN (9-3) Ross 2-6 3-4 7, Hudley 0-1 2-2 2, Turner 2-3 0-0 4, Gravens 0-2 0-0 0, Etherldge 1-3 0-0 2, Wllken 1-2 0-0 2, McCracken 3-5 3-5 9, Arceneaux 7-13 2-316, Noll 360-06, Oleen 1-2 3-4 G, Peak 1-2 2-4 4. Totals 21-45 15-22 57. SALINA SOUTH (2-11) Chan/at 1-29-1211, Tomllns 0-2 4-4 4, Jahnke 3-51 2 8, Peterson 0-1 0-0 0, Moultberg 2-6 3-5 7, Burl 1-3 0-2 3, Newcomer 8-13 2-2 19. Totals 15-32 19-27 52. Manhattan 11 10 19 17 - 57 Sallna South 12 7 20 13 - 52 Rebounds - M 34 (Arceneaux 7); SS 19 (Newcomer 8). Turnovers - M 15, SS 14. 3 pt Meld goals - M 0-5, SS 3-6 (Jahnke 1, Burl 1, Newcomer 1). Total fouls-M 20, SS 18. Fouled out - none. Technical fouls - Arceneaux (M). Concordia girls 41 Ellsworth 36 CONCORDIA (3-9) Dobbersteln 1-2 0-0 2, Jackson 3-4 2-2 8, Applebee 2-4 3-4 7, Horkman 2-9 10-12 14, Bruce 0-3 0-4 0, Garver 0-1 2-2 2, Williams 2-5 3-4 7, Forehee 0-0 1-2 1, Ringer 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 10-28 21-30 41. ELLSWORTH (3-9) Bigham 4-13 0-0 8, Huggans 1-3 0-0 2, Johnson 7-13 0-014, MehlerO-61-21,Kyler3-81-27, DonleyO-00- 0 0. Brady 2-5 0-0 4, Blrcher 0-2 0-0 0, Bach 0-0 0-0 0, Flnke 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 17-50 2-4 36. Concordia 2 16 9 14 - 41 Ellsworth 6 10 13 7-36 3-polnt goals - C 0-1, E 0-3. Rebounds - C 28 (Applebee 11), E 27 (Johnson 6). Turnovers - C 27, E 24. Total fouls - C 9, E 23. Fouled out - Kyler (E). Technical fouls - None. Salina South girls 46 Southeast of Saline 33 SOUTHEAST OF SALINE (6-7) Keeler 0-4 0-2 0, Koesler 0-7 0-0 0, Gorrell 0-81-21, Rttfel 5-9 5-815, Fiorina 4-16 0-011, Troutfetter 2-6 00 4, Chrisman 1-3 0-0 2, Davis 0-0 0-0 0, Peck'0-1 0-0 0. Totals 12-54 6-12 33. SALINA SOUTH (9-4) Reed 0-6 1-31, Watson 4-7 0-0 8, Shrlver 7-12 4-5 18, Wahlgren 2-6 6-8 10, H.Steln 2-3 0-1 4, Hannebaum 1-5 0-0 2, Mitchell 0-1 1-3 1, Dally 1-1 0-0 2. M.Stein 0-0 0-0 0, Durfee 0-1 0-0 0, Dunlap 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 17-42 12-20 46. Southeast 5 10 8 10 - 33 Sallna South 16 813 9-46 3-polnt goals - SES 3-9 (Florine 3), SS 0-1. Rebounds - SES 36 (Gorrell 7), SS 40 (Shrlver 12). T SALINA CENTRAL Turnovers - SES 17, SS 17. Total fouls - SES 19, SS 9. Fouled out - Rlffel (SES). Technical fouls - None, Junction City girls 63 Abilene 41 JUNCTION CITY (10-3) Smith 0-0 1-21, Jackson 5-9 6-7.16, Ivory 3-3 0-0 6, Wiley 4-8 p-0 8, Littleton 13-18 0-3 26, Banks 0-0 0-0 0, Smith 1-3 0-2 2, Qasken 1-1 0-0 2, Crltes 0-0 0-0 0, Roeser 1-1 0-0 2, Kyles 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 28-43 7-14 63. , ABILENE (10-3) Graber 2-5 1-3 5, Sudden 1-31-2 3, Cromwell 3-4 44 10, Schwartlng 4-6 2-4 10, Wedel 5-17 1-3 11, Rlor- dan 0-3 0-0 0, Paylon 1-30-02, Griffiths 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 16-41 9-1641. Junction City.. 20 14 14 15 - 63 Abilene 6 11 14 10 - 41 3-polnt goals - JC 0-2, A 0-0. Rebounds - JC 25 (Littleton 11), A 24 (Wedel, Schwartlng 6). Turnovers - JC 13, A 20. Total fouls - JC 17, A14. Fouled out - None. Technical fouls - None. Inman boys 67, Ell-Saline 46 ELL-SALINE (10-3) Taylor 11-24, Olivier 0 2-2 2, Martin 2 6-9 10, White 11-23, Augustine 71-215, Anderes 2 0-2 2, Lantz 1 1-2 3, Johnson 0 2-2 2. Totals 16 14-23 46. INMAN (11-3) Friesen 4 4-614, Unruh 2 0-0 4, Neufeld 2 0-1 4, Worthing 101-1 25, Slsson 0 0-2 0, Smith 1 0-0 2, Abrahams 3 5-611, Edlger 21 -2 5, Oardo 0 2-4 2. Totals 24 13-22 67. Ell-Saline . 7.12 13 14 - 46 Inman 13 16 11 27 - 67 3-polnt goals - Ell-Saline 2 (Taylor, Anderes 1); Inman 6 (Worthing 4, Friesen 2). Topeka West boys 61 Sallna Central 52 SALINA CENTRAL (7-6,2-3) Sexton 11-27 0-0 25, Alt 1-2 0-0 3, Huseman 1-5 0-0 2, Franklin 3-8 2-2 8, Yamevlch 5-82-4 12, Green 1-3 0-0 2, Conard 0-1 0-0 0, Davis 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 22-56 4-6 52. TOPEKA WEST (5-7,3-2) Epps 0-81-31, Davis 1-3 0-0 2, Hernandez 2-7 3-6 7, Kauffman 7-10 2-4 16, Ware 8-11 5-6 21, Lewis 1-2 00 3, Blanco 0-2 0-0 0, Llchte 2-3 0-0 4, Plgg 0-0 0-0 0, Nagle 3-3 1-1 7. Totals 24-49 12-20 61. Sallna Central 11 14 12 15-52 Topeka West 11 20 13 17 - 61 3-polnt goals - SC 4-20 (Sexton 3-14, Alt 1-2, Huesman 0-3, Franklin 0-1), TW 1-6 (Lewis 1-1, Epps 0-2, Davis 0-1, Hernandez 0-2). Fouls - SC 18, TW 11. Fouled out - Huseman (SC). West's size wears down Mustangs Kauffman uses 6-10 frame to lead Chargers to 61-52 triumph By KEN CORBITT Topeka Capital-Journal TOPEKA — Topeka West has a dominating big man in 6-foot-10 Scott Kauffman, but the Chargers have much more size to wear down their opponents. West's other front-line players stepped up Friday night when Kauffman got in early foul trouble, with Melvin Ware getting 21 points and nine rebounds to carry the Chargers to a 61-52 victory over Salina Central in an 1-70 League game at the West gymnasium. Kauffman's numbers were good — 16 points and seven rebounds but it was the 6-foot-3 Ware who kept the Chargers in control in the first half when Kauffman picked up three fouls. Brian Nagle, a 6-foot-9 senior, gave the Chargers a lift with seven second-half points and 6-5 senior Jason Lichte added four points with some quality minutes. "We had a lot of people come off the bench and perform well," West Coach John Oestreich said after his team improved to 5-7 overall and 3-2 in the 1-70 League. Jay Sexton had a big night for Central, 7-6 and 2-3, with 25 points. "We played a pretty good game overall," Mustang coach Randy Clark said. "They (Chargers) had some shots go in and we didn't during that spurt in the fourth quar-. ter, and that was the difference." Central played without point guard Tanner Hancock, who sprained an ankle Thursday at practice. "That put us off balance," Clark said. Kauffman was called for his third foul at 6:27 of the second quarter and went to the bench for the remainder of the half with West leading 14-12. But Ware took over, going 5 of 5 from the field and 2 of 2 from the line in a 12-point first half to carry the Chargers to a 31-25 lead. West expanded its lead to 37-27 early in the third quarter, but the Mustangs ripped off 10 unanswered points; pulling even at 37 on Tony Alt's 3-pointer with 2:17 left in the period. Steve Yarnevich, Central's 6-7 senior, scored three of his 12 points during that run and drew the fourth foul on Kauffman. The Chargers came back with seven straight points to build a 4437 lead by the end of the third quarter. But Sexton, a 6-4 senior, shot Central back into contention with three straight mid-range jumpers to open the fourth quarter, pulling the Mustangs to within three points at 46-43. "We lost track of him a couple of times," Oestreich said of Sexton, who was 11 of 27 from the field, including 3 of 14 from 3-point range. "He's a great offensive player. You're not going to shut him out, but (Colby) Epps and (Matt) Davis did a good job shadowing him." Ware scored West's next six points to give the Chargers a 52-47 lead with 3:11 remaining, then Yarnevich scored to pull Central back within three. But Kauffman connected on two short jump shots to ignite an 8-0 spurt that put the game away, sending the Chargers out to a 60-49 lead with 42 seconds remaining. "Scott came back in the game and got us a couple of big baskets," Oestreich said. "That stopped their momentum and got us a cushion." Southeast / Abilene not able to escape big hole FROM PAGE C1 "I made a real mistake trying to do something tonight we don't typically do," Barta said. "We tried to do some box-and-one and some double teams. That's just not our style and I doubt you'll ever see us do it again. "They took advantage of that early and we went back to our man-to-man. Once we did, I thought we did a nice job of playing them toe-to-toe." "We had a total team start," Junction City coach Melissa Sharp said. "They came out hi a box-and-one trying to contain Sara Jackson and we got some easy baskets because of it. We had other people scoring besides Jackson and Carla Littleton, and when we do that we're going to win some ball games." The Blue Jays' lead grew to as many as 19 points (28-9) when they scored on each of their first four possessions in the second quarter. From that point on, Abilene matched the state-ranked Class 6A program bucket for bucket. "After the second quarter on I was real pleased," Barta said. "All I ever ask the kids to do is go out and play hard and play together. We looked like we belong in the same gym with Junction City after the second quarter." Down 17 points at halftime, the Cowgirls put together a solid third quarter when they hit seven of their first 10 shots. But Abilene made up no.ground and still trailed by that same 17-point margin to start the fourth. Littleton proved to be a problem for the Cowgirls the entire night. The 6-foot-4 senior hit 7 of 9 shots from the field in the first hah", then hit six straight during one stretch of the second half to finish with 26 points. Littleton also grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds, while Jackson - selected the tournament's Most Valuable Player had 10 of her 16 points after the halftime break. Abilene had a balanced offensive attack, led by Stephanie Wedel's 11 points and 10 points apiece from Anne Schwarting and Tara Cromwell. 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