Tonganoxie Invitational: Tuesday recap
Lansing 51, Blue Valley Southwest 38
Lansing senior Katie Delich's double-double helped the Lions move on to the invitational semifinals. Delich scored 13 points and secured 12 rebounds in a 13-point victory. Kiersten Kirkendoll's 16 points led LHS and Danielle Pendergraft finished with 11 on 5-for-6 shooting.
Emily Eldridge had a team-high 11 points for Blue Valley Southwest in a loss.
De Soto 30, Tonganoxie 29
De Soto's Shelbi Petty was the only player in double figures as her 13 points led the Wildcats to one-point win over the host team. DHS sisters Ashley and Katie Gorman controlled the glass, combining for 21 rebounds.
Jenny Whitledge scored five of her team-high nine points for Tonganoxie in the fourth quarter.
At 6 p.m. on Friday, De Soto and Lansing will play in a semifinal.
In a 6 p.m. Thursday consolation semi, Tonganoxie will take on Blue Valley Southwest
De Soto 56, Atchison 45
Mason Wedel drained five 3-pointers on his way to 20 points for De Soto in a first-round win. The Wildcats also got 13 points from Joey Johnson and a game-high 11 rebounds from Kyle McCulloch.
Atchison's Ce'zanne Burnes and Tyson Downing scored 28 of their team's 45 points in the loss.
Silver Lake 55, Tonganoxie 40
Casey Smith scored 21 points, Keenan Kruger added 15, Eric Roberson dished out 11 assists and Silver Lake rolled to the second round by knocking off host Tonganoxie.
The Chieftains were led by Dane Erickson, who finished with 12 points.
Silver Lake is set to meet De Soto at 7:30 p.m. Friday in an invitational semifinal.
At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Tonganoxie will face Atchison on the consolation side of the bracket.
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