BHS boys beat Louisburg, girls fall in double OT
Baldwin – 57, Louisburg – 54
GARNETT — Justin Vander Tuig made two of his team-leading 16 points at a crucial time here Friday night. He helped Baldwin (2-2) beat Louisburg 57-54 and finish third in the Anderson County Invitational.
The Baldwin High senior sank a pair of free throws to give the Bulldogs a four-point lead with 12 seconds remaining. Freshman Caleb Gaylord made two more free throws on the next possession before Louisburg threw in a last-second three-pointer at the buzzer.
B — 12 17 17 11 - 57
L — 11 11 14 18 – 54
Baldwin — Chad Berg, 2; Kyle Pattrick, 6; Britton Schroeder, 4; Asher Hannon, 5; Cornell Brown, 7; Chip Kueffer, 2; Caleb Gaylord, 12; Dayton Valentine, 2; Justin Vander Tuig, 16.
Louisburg — Adam Daugherty, 4; Kody Cook, 7; Daniel O’Connell, 8; David Embers, 20; Kade Larson, 2; Garrett Griffin, 13.
Louisburg – 69, Baldwin – 67
GARNETT — Myranda Behrens kept Baldwin in the game with heroic three-pointers, but in the end it wasn’t enough here Friday night. Louisburg beat Baldwin 69-67 in double overtime to win the Anderson County Invitational.
Louisburg’s Marisa Mackey sank a three-pointer with 35 seconds left in regulation to send the game to overtime. In the extra period, Baldwin trailed by four with 36 seconds left, until Behrens sank a three-pointer. After a pair of LHS free throws, Behrens drained a bomb from five feet behind arc to send the game to double overtime.
Behrens began the second overtime with another three-pointer. Louisburg rallied from down four points to take the lead. Baldwin had one final shot with time winding down, but threw the ball out of bounds and a lost a wild contest.
B — 19 16 5 10 10 7 - 67
L — 15 4 16 15 10 9 – 69
Baldwin — Alison Howard, 6; Ramie Burkhart, 16; Myranda Behrens, 20; Kailyn Smith, 9; Katie Kehl, 12; Monica Howard, 4.
Louisburg — Madison Wertz, 2; Anna Bell, 5; Emily Lemke, 11; Lark Hutchison, 25; Marisa Mackey, 22; Brook Frazier, 22.
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