Middle School scores and games
Freshman girls lose season opener
The Bonner Springs Freshmen girls lost to Lansing 38-27 on Friday.
Alexis Clark led the team with 14 points and Josie Freeby scored six points in the game.
In tournament play, the Bonner Springs High School ninth grade girls basketball team lost to Leavenworth in the first round of the Patton Tournament last night 45-33.
Clark led Bonner Springs with 15 points. Kaylie Holloway and Josie Freeby each scored five points.
Basehor-Linwood Middle School team loses in tourney
Tonganoxie defeated Basehor-Linwood Middle school 22-17 in the final tournament of the season.
Maggie Hattock led BLMS with seven points and Sydne Eriksen scored six in the game. Megan Downing and Cara McCarty each scored two points.
Tonganoxie also won the seventh grade game 22-17.
Johnson led the team with 10 points. Stephens scored three and Waters and Leiker each scored two points.
The teams concluded the season with games against Eudora Middle School.
Eudora won the eighth grade junior varsity game 15-13.
Megan Perkins scored four points for BLMS.
Makayla Ogilvie, Jenny Whipple, Hannah Gumm and Savannah Mesh scored two points. Kelly Porting scored one point.
Basehor-Linwood won the eighth grade varsity game 27-19.
Sydne Eriksen led the team with eight points and Cara McCarty scored five points.
Maggie Hattock scored four points. In addition Megan Downing, Ellen Farris and Hannah Tush each scored two points.
In seventh grade games, the junior varsity team defeated Piper 14-9 and Eudora 17-11.
The varsity team defeated Piper 24-20 in one game. They also defeated Eudora 30-15.
CMS basketball team finishes undefeated
Clark Middle School won the Lansing Middle School Invitational girls basketball tournament on Saturday.
In the championship game, Yessenia Hernandez scored 16 points and led Clark to a 35-23 victory over Lansing.
Emily Wilson scored eight points for the Panthers.
With the win, the Panthers completed their second consecutive undefeated season with a 14-0 record.
The Panthers won the first game of the tournament against Lexington Trail, 49-8. Hernandez led the team with 11 points and Erin Marx scored nine.
Team members on this year's team were Hernandez, Wilson, Taylor Salvino, Maryssa Peterson, Jessie Duckworth, Megan Scott, Bobbi Allred, Marx, Kylee Timberlake, Erica Wilson.
The team was coached by Nancy Baker.
In the eighth grade girls game, Hernandez scored 12 points as Clark won the game 55-14.
Jessie Duckworth scored 10 points. Megan Scott and Erica Wilson scored eight points. Kylie Timberlake scored seven points.
Seventh grade CMS team wins tourney
Clark Middle School defeated Lansing 36-13 to win a postseason tournament played at Lansing on Saturday and finish the season with a 13-1 record.
Cassady Holloway led the team with 17 points and Haley Hoffine scored eight points.
In the first game of the tournament, CMS defeated Perry 40-17. Holloway scored 16 points and Hoffine scored 12.
Team members were Holloway, Haley Hoffine, Tessa Newberry, Mikayla Reed, Tatiana Torres, Cheyenne Luth, Miranda Ballou, Hannah Novogradic and Hannah Reed.
The team was coached by Julie Day.
In the regular season finale, Holloway also scored 26 points in a regular season finale as Clark Middle School defeated Patton 41-24 on Nov. 29. Hoffine scored nine points.
BLMS wrestlers place second in tournament
Basehor-Linwood Middle School placed second at a tournament on Dec. 1. BLMS placed second as a team and missed first place by three team points.
Basehor-Linwood had three first-place finishes in the tournament. Hayden Morris, Garrett Kahle and Justin McLaughlin all won their brackets. Sammy Seaton, Derek Pike and Morgan Craft finished in second place. Austin Norris, Preston Farris, Eli Elliot and Antonio Ferro finished in third place.
Colton Brown, Abby Loveall, Alec Smith and Nick Stahl finished in fourth place.
"The team did a great job and wrestled extremely well at the Bonner tournament," Coach Kelly Cranor said.
"The entire team has made a tremendous improvement from the beginning of the season to now."
Box named Scholar-Athlete at McPherson
A former Basehor-Linwood graduate is excelling in college soccer.
Nicholas Box, senior on the McPherson soccer team and a 2004 graduate of Basehor-Linwood High School was recently named NAIA/Daktronics soccer Scholar-Athlete for the 2007 season.
He was a two-year starter as a defender for the Bulldogs after transferring to McPherson College.
This season he scored five goals on eight shots on goal.
In addition to his play on the soccer field, Box is majoring in business and was previously named to the academic All-KCAC team as a junior.
Recipients of the Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete award must have a minimum grade point average of 3.50 on a 4.00 scale, be a junior or above in academic standings, and been in attendance at the nominating institution a minimum of one full school year.
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