Tonganoxie Invitational: Thursday recap
Bishop Seabury 39, Lansing 25
Alexa Gaumer scored 18 points and Courtney Hoag scored 18 and 11 points, respectively, and Bishop Seabury advanced to the fifth-place game with a consolation victory against Lansing.
The Seahawks (4-5) led by just two points at the start of the fourth quarter, but didn't allow the Lions (1-10) to mount a comeback in the final period.
Morgan Bromell led LHS with 11 points. She was the only Lansing player to reach double figures.
Seabury 8 6 11 14 — 39
Lansing 5 5 13 12 — 35
Eudora 42, Atchison 33
Eudora shook off its opening-round lost to host school Tonganoxie with a nine-point win against Atchison.
After scoring just five points in the first quarter, the Cardinals (3-9) reeled off 17 in the second and took a 22-15 lead into the break. Atchison (4-6) roared back to take a 27-25 lead at the end of the third, but EHS sealed the win with a dominant forth quarter.
Allie Webb and Abby Richeson led Eudora with nine points each, while Madison Sanders paced Atchison with a game-high 10.
Eudora will play Bishop Seabury in the fifth-place game at 10 a.m. Saturday. Lansing and Atchison will square off in the seventh-place game at the same time in the west campus gymnasium.
Atchison 9 6 12 6 — 33
Eudora 5 17 3 17 — 42
Atchison 31, Eudora 30
Atchison took a six-point lead after three quarters and held off a late Eudora rally to reach the fifth-place game.
AHS (4-6) trailed by one at halftime, but outscored the Cardinals (3-9) by a 10-3 margin in the third quarter to go in front. Eudora used a late run to get within one possession, but couldn't complete the comeback.
Tyson Downing and Austin Downing each scored 10 points for Atchison, while Eudora's Tyler Hadl led all scorers with 12.
Atchison 6 8 10 7 — 31
Eudora 7 8 3 12 — 30
DE SOTO 58, BISHOP SEABURY 25
De Soto made quick work of Bishop Seabury in Thursday's finale, jumping out to a 34-8 halftime lead and coasting to a 33-point win.
The Wildcats (6-5) took an 18-8 lead at the end of the first quarter and shut out the Seahawks (0-9) in the second. Seabury outscored its opponent in the third quarter, but the final outcome was never in question.
Four De Soto players reached double figures in the victory. Gage Carroll led the way with 12 points. Brandon McCaffrey led Seabury with eight.
DHS will play Atchison in the fifth-place game at 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Seabury and Eudora will meet in the seventh-place game, also at 11:30 a.m., in the west campus gym.
De Soto 18 16 11 13 — 58
Seabury 8 0 13 4 — 25
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