Bulldogs sweep Eudora in basketball games
A stellar first half of action helped the Baldwin High School girls’ basketball team cruise to an easy victory, 47-33, over rival Eudora at home Tuesday.
The Bulldogs led 25-6 at halftime as they held the Cardinals to two field goals during the first 16 minutes. Baldwin’s Ramie Burkhart scored 10 of her game-high 18 points in the first half.
Eudora sank a few shots, including a trio of three-pointers from Morgan Drinnon, in the third quarter. It wasn’t enough as Eudora was only able to cut the lead to 13 points late in the game. For the first time all season, the Bulldogs failed to make a three-point basket.
B — 12 13 13 9 – 47
E — 4 2 17 10 - 33
Baldwin — Allison Howard, 9; Ramie Burkhart, 18; Myranda Behrens, 2; Kailyn Smith, 3; Katie Kehl, 7; Monica Howard, 8.
Eudora — Anyssa Mays, 2; Danelle Topil, 2; Valerie Pringle, 3; Morgan Drinnon, 12; Allie Webb, 6; Madison Maring, 4; Victoria Lehmann, 4.
After losing six-straight games, the Baldwin High School boys’ basketball team enjoyed a much-needed victory, 45-26, at home Tuesday night.
The Bulldogs opened the second half with a 14-4 run to break the game open from a 19-10 halftime lead. Baldwin seniors Kyle Pattrick and Justin Vander Tuig combined for 10 points during that spurt.
Baldwin and Eudora split their regular season contests, with each school winning its home contest.
B — 11 8 18 8 – 45
E — 6 4 6 10 – 26
Baldwin — Chad Berg, 5; Kyle Pattrick, 9; Britton Schroeder, 3; Cornell Brown, 6; Chip Kueffer, 2; Caleb Gaylord, 12; Justin Vander Tuig, 8.
Eudora — David Pierce, 2; Derek Webb, 2; Andrew Ballock, 9; Tyler Hadl, 2; Jordan Ballock, 7; Nick Becker, 4.
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