Monroy, Lantz return to form for Cherryvale girls

YATES CENTER — In what ended up being their final game before entering a team-wide quarantine a day later, the Cherryvale Chargers girls bested the Yates Center Wildcats 61-28 on Thursday to move to 2-1 on the season.

“The girls came out and executed our gameplan,” Cherryvale head coach Kelsey Overacker said. “I was a little disappointed in the fact hat the played a little relaxed int he second half. But I was glad to see that we used our entire bench and saw good things all night. It’s always night when everyone in the scorebook gets some points not he board.” 

Mariah Monroy led Cherryvale with 15 points while Kelsi Lantz got off the schneid with 13 points — Monroy missed the first game of the season under quarantine while Lantz had scored only two points through two games.

“We have a lot of weapons and it can be anyone on any night for us,” Overacker said. “Kelsi and Mariah both played more like themselves tonight and I’m excited to see more out our kids get comfortable win their roles and find confidence.”

Cherryvale was informed that it will enter a quarantine on Friday. The boys entered a quarantine on Thursday, meaning both teams are done until after winter break. 

The Chargers are now 2-1 on the season.



Cherryvale 61, Yates Center 28

Cherryvale: 23 14 8 16 — 61

Yates Center: 8 3 7 10 — 28


Cherryvale: Alivia Kaiser 1, Jailee Reister 2, Laryn Raida 2, Kelsi Lantz 13, Morrigan Catlin 5, Carley Fox 2, B. Umbarger 2, Katie Plumley 6, Mariah Monroy 15, Harley Allen 2, Harley Roegner 4, Jenni Bunyard 6

Yates Center: M. Collins 8, L. Cavender 3, L. McConaghie 2, M. Proper 12, B. Weterman 2, C. Miller 1

St. Paul girls down Southeast in home tourney

ST. PAUL — The St. Paul Indians girls beat the Southeast Lancers 48-32 on Thursday in what ended up being Indians' final game of the week at the St. Paul Early Season Tournament.
Claire Bradshaw led St. Paul in scoring with 11 points while Elise Doherty added 10 to the box score.
St. Paul was scheduled to play Columbus for the St. Paul Early Season Tournament championship on Friday night, but that game was postponed indefinitely after Columbus entered a team-wide quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
St. Paul's boys also entered a quarantine earlier in the week.
The Indians girls are now 2-1 on the season.
St. Paul 48, Southeast 32
St. Paul: 4 15 18 11 — 48
Southeast: 5 5 6 16 — 32
St. Paul: K. Doherty 1, Elise Doherty 10, Sophia Albertini 4, Josey Harris 7, Chloe Seme 4, Claire Bradshaw 11, Emerald Struthers 9, Chambers 2
Southeast: A. Jacobs 2, M. Vinson 12, M. Haynes 4, K. Mutz 4, K. Bradshaw 8, K. Bitner 2

Parsons suffers first loss to Mulvane

The Parsons Vikings suffered their first loss of the season on Thursday, falling to Mulvane 70-67 in a matchup between two of the most highly-touted Class 4A teams in the state.

Jessie Jones, a sophomore point guard, and Paxton Swanson both led Parsons with 19 points. Mulvane was fueled by guard Trey Abasolo, who poured in 28 points.

With the loss, Parsons drops to 2-1 on the season while Mulvane improved to 3-0.

Parsons will wrap up the remotely held T-Bird Classic on Saturday with a trip to Collegiate. The Parsons girls did not play as they’re quarantined.




Mulvane 70, Parsons 67

Mulvane: 17 13 23 17 — 70

Parsons: 13 16 20 18 — 67


Parsons: Ethan Houk 11, Jessie Jones 19, Paxton Swanson 19, Sylas Hickles 12, Julius Smith-Reece 6

Mulvane: Landon Coe 11, Trey Abasolo 28, Mason Ellis 7, Canon Smith 4, Ian Comer 10, Tab Creekmore 4, Kaiden Abasolo 4

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