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Area Hoops Roundup
High School Basketball
spt CP Larned Palmer
Larned High Schools Easton Palmer shoots over St. Johns Cole Kinnamon on Friday night. - photo by Janet Fleske Courtesy Photo


Central Plains 76,
Victoria 32
CLAFLIN — Central Plains got 32 points from Reagan Phelan, who turned on a scorching scoring performance in the second quarter, putting up 26 points in the eight-minute stretch to propel the Lady Oilers to a 50-19 lead at intermission.
Taylor Rolfs added 14 points, scoring nine in the first quarter to jump Central Plains out to a massive lead.
Breanna Holmes was also in double figures, scoring 10 points.

St. John-Hudson 40, Larned 24
ST. JOHN — Larned tied things up heading into halftime against St. John, but the Lady Tigers stepped up in the second half to pull away.
St. John was led by Teresa Christie and Ashlyn Fisher, both finishing with nine points. Alexis Witt added eight points.
Tiara Diaz scored six points to lead the Lady Indians.


Central Plains 65,
Victoria 37
CLAFLIN — Layne Bieberle scored 34 points for Central Plains, plunging in four 3-pointers.
Bieberle scored 24 of his game-high total in the first half, surging the Oilers to a 35-17 lead at halftime.
Braedan Crites added nine points, and Konnor Hickel and Michael Ryan each scored eight points.

St. John-Hudson 56, Larned 37
ST. JOHN — Zuriel Reyes scored 23 of St. John-Hudson High School’s 56 points on Friday night.
Reyes took the brunt of the scoring load from Dean Wade, who has averaged in double figures but finished with nine points against the Indians.
Reyes put in a trio of 3-pointers in the game.
Tyler Stelter and Trey Kraisinger led the Indians, each scoring nine points.

Hoisington 46,
Ellinwood 44
ELLINWOOD — Ellinwood held a meager two-point lead heading into the final eight minutes against Hoisington.
The Cardinals turned things on, out scoring the Eagles just enough, 20-16, to edge their Mid-Central Activities Association rival.
Kaleb Schartz finished with 17 points, going 7-for-10 from the field to lead the Eagles.
Gavin Vink added nine points for Ellinwood.

                                                  — Kevin Price