We’re rolling into Week 7 of the basketball season and it’s another Tuesday night of hoops action. The Catch-All keeps score for you.

GWAL

Bishop Carroll walloped Wichita West 52-11. Jordyn Miller dropped 14 points for the Golden Eagles.

Wichita Heights beat Wichita Southeast 53-40 after being tied at the half. Height’s forced 13 turnovers in the third quarter

Kapaun Mt. Carmel defeated Wichita Northwest 45-27.

AVCTL

Salina South knocked off Campus 44-26. Emily Holloway led all scorers with 19 points for the Cougars.

Salina Central is 8-0 after taking down No. 2 ranked Maize, 49-46. Emily Wood’s 20 points for the Mustangs led all scorers.

Newton downed Hutchinson 41-36. Newton improves to 6-2, while the Hutchinson drops to 4-4 on the year.

Andover is now 5-3 after defeating Valley Center 50-32. Valley, ranked No. 10 in 5A, loses only their third game of the season, they’re 5-3.

Goddard won against Arkansas City 51-34. The Lions attained their second victory of the season and tied the Bulldogs’ record at 2-6.

Goddard Eisenhower edged Maize South by three points in a 36-33 victory.  The Tigers are 7-1 after getting 13 points from Kilah Hoenscheidt. The Mavericks fell just short off a 14-point performance from Mariah Suchan.

McPherson garnered a 38-point victory over Rose Hill at 67-29.

Andale beat Wichita Collegiate 33-19.

Wellington won against Circle 50-35.

Central Kansas League

Lyons cruised past Halstead 60-27.

Hesston dominated Kingman 52-21.

No. 3 Sterling holds on to defeat No. 1 ranked Hillsboro 58-50.

Pratt overwhelmed Nickerson 57-26.

Central Plains League

Cheney downs the Dragons from Belle Plaine 59-27.

Douglass gets a 14-point win against Chaparral. The Bulldogs won 55-41.

Garden Plain delivered a 40-point surprise to Wichita Independent as the Owls soared 48-18.

Medicine Lodge succumbed to Wichita Trinity 62-33.

Heart of America

Hutchinson Trinity survived Moundridge 40-37.

Ell-Saline topped Bennington 59-27.

Western Athletic Conference

Garden City trampled Liberal 58-40.

Great Bend mauled Hays 70-43.

Non-League

Andover Central outpaced Derby on their way to a 59-40 victory. Madi Greenwood had 15 points for the Panthers.