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Girls Recaps: 810 Varsity Showcase 34

By 810 Varsity, 02/04/24, 5:15PM CST

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Read box scores, recaps from girls games in 810 Varsity's final event of the season

The 810 Varsity Showcase series concluded on Saturday with the fourth and final event of the season with the eight-game 810 Varsity Showcase 34 at Lee's Summit West. Below are recaps of the girls contests. 

Basehor-Linwood 41, Lee’s Summit West 40

The Bobcats won a thriller to close the girls portion of 810 Varsity Showcase 34, in which both teams exchanged leads in the final 16 seconds.

Lee’s Summit West took a 40-39 edge with 16.0 left after a lob into the post to Cady Huffman resulted in a turnaround off the glass and bucket. Following a pair of timeouts and Basehor-Linwood having to inbounds from the opposite baseline with 10.9, Harley Baker was fouled on an attempt with 5.3 left. The senior cooly drained both charity tosses for a 41-40 margin, in front of a packed house filling up for the boys nightcap.

"I hear the student section and everyone going crazy. I was thinking, just put them in. We've been working hard to get to this point. When its a big crowd, it fired me up more."

The Titans had a chance to tie or take the lead, but a pass inside went out of bounds, sealing the win for Basehor-Linwood, which improved to 8-6.

"It was a wild game, but you'd like to think these 810 Varsity shootouts - its why we play it - to get us ready for substate," stated Basehor-Linwood head coach Jason Tatkenhorst.

Kodi Greer led the Bobcats with 16 points, while Baker added 11. Huffman led the Titans with 16 points.

Basehor-Linwood (41)

Greer 4 6-7 16, Baker 3 5-6 11, Christopher 2 0-2 4, Schwisow 1 0-0 2, McKnight 2 09-0 6, Unruh 1 0-0 2. Totals 13 11-15 41.

Lee's Summit West (40)

White 1 0-1 2, Bogart 3 2-3 8, Mayo 3 0-0 7, Kemp 2 0-0 4, Hufffman 8 0-0 16, Carr 0 1-2 1, Ganga 1 0-0 2. Totals 18 3-6 40

Three-pointers: Greer 2, McKnight 2; Mayo

Blue Valley 53, Blue Springs 47

Blue Valley held off a feisty Blue Springs effort for a 53-47 win on Saturday afternoon.

The Tigers (11-3) and Wildcats see-sawed for most of the game, which proved to be a physical contest as each team shot 18 free throws.

Blue Valley hit 15-of-18, including 6-for-6 to seal the game down the stretch. Freshman Amilia Prochnow scored a team-high 20 points for BVHS, while senior standout Jadyn Wooten netted 18 points, including four three-pointers.

Jayle Cornelius paced Blue Springs with a game-high 23 points, while Caitlyn Huehrs added 17. 


Jadyn Wooten drives for two of her 18 points in Blue Valley's 53-47 win in 810 Varsity Showcase 34. (Photo: Darryl Woods, 810 Varsity)

Blue Valley (53)

Wooten 5 4-6 18, Prochnow 5 9-9 20, Ashley Bergeson 2 2-2 6, Goldstein 2 0-0 5, Kennedy 2 0-1 4, Avery Bergeson 1 0-0 3. Totals 17 15-18 53

Blue Springs (47)

Cornelius 23, Huehrs 17, Gruber 5, Lisk 2

Three-pointers - Wooten 4, Prochnow, Goldstein; Huehrs 3, Cornelius 2

Bishop Miege 80, Lincoln Prep 24

Bishop Miege jumped out to an early 26-0 start against a short-handed Lincoln Prep team, and finished with an 80-24 victory in game two of 810 Varsity Showcase 34.

Sophomore Mary Grant led the barrage with 22 points, including four three-pointers. Junior Kirston Verhulst added 19 points, while sophomore Faith McCallop fired in 17. Both connected on three triples, as Miege hit 11 trifectas in the contest in improving to 11-2 overall.

Senior Rian Rainey led the Blue Tigers with 12 points.

Bishop Miege (80)

Grant 22, Verhulst 19, F. McCallop 17,  G. McCallop 10, LeMay 4, Kurt 3, Duckers 3, Shull 2.

Lincoln Prep (24)

Rainey 12, Johnson 6, Scott 6

Three-pointers: Grant 4, F. McCallop 3, Verhulst 3, Duckers; Johnson 2, Scott

Pembroke Hill 56, Raytown 29

Pembroke Hill opened the 810 Varsity Showcase 34 schedule with a morning shower of three-pointers en route to a 56-29 win over the Bluejays.

The Raiders connected on 12 three-pointers, including three apiece from Kennedy Nutter, Holly Woods and Sophia Kim. Woods and Nutter led the team with 13 points each, while Kim added 11.

Leataata Iatala paced Raytown with a game-high 15 points.

Pembroke Hill (55)

Woods 13, Nutter 13, S. Kim 11, O. Kim 8, Kroh 5, Cranshaw 3, Toney 2.

Raytown (29)

Iatala 15, Molden 8, Brunner 6, Conchola 2, Burnside 2.

Three-pointers: S. Kim 3, Nutter 3, Woods 3, O. Kim 2, Kroh;  Brunner 2

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