Butler County Times Gazette
  • Lady Wildcats fall at Andale, Lady T-Birds beaten by Buhler

  • Andale 41 El Dorado 24

    The Lady Wildcats fell at Andale Friday 41-24.
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  • Andale 41 El Dorado 24
    The Lady Wildcats fell at Andale Friday 41-24.
    El Dorado was led offensively with 10 points from Andrea Valadez.
    Freshman Kalyn Beel nearly had a double-double dropping in 8 points and recording 10 boards.
    Destiny Smith added 4 points.
    El Dorado hosts Wellington tonight at 6 p.m.
     
    EMS boys fall in Pioneer League Tournament
    The 7th grade boys lost to Wellington at the Pioneer League Tournament 37-10.
    Dylan Morrell led with 7 points and Kaiden Clites added 3 points.
    The 8th grade boys fell to Prairie Hills in their league tournament 48-22.
    Cole Roberts led El Dorado with 13 points. Trevor Burnett had 6 points, Hunter Minium added 2 points and Braden Andrews added a point.
     
    Buhler 47 Circle 29
    The Lady T-Birds fell to the Buhler Crusaders on Thursday 47-29.
    Jamie Wright and Katie Wilson led the Thunderbirds with 7 points each.
    Alexis Wiebe had 6 points, Katie Frankenberry had 4 points and Talia Highbarger added 3 points.
     
    Independent 86 Bluestem 51
    The Lions fell to Independent Friday 86-51.
    The Lions were led by Pat Hurd with 12 points. Josh Muckenthaler adde 11 points. Dylan Emmons and Travis Farthing each had 9 points.
     
    South Haven 72 Flinthills 28
    The Lady Mustangs lost to South Haven 72-28 Friday.
    Amanda Bell led the Mustangs with 13 points going 5-5 from the line. Tara Kemp had 10 points and 6 boards.
    Bayley Reiswig had 5 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists.
     
    KU’s House set personal record in Pole Vault
    KU saw another career performance out of sophomore Jaimie House in the college division women’s pole vault.
    House took care of business in the early heights before clearing 4.00 meters (13-1.75 ft.) on her first attempt at height, a new personal best.
    The mark earned her a third-place finish and ranks fifth in the Big 12 season rankings.
    The KU women now find three of their vaulters ranked in the top-five of the conference standings with just three weeks until the Big 12 Indoor Championships.

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