All five Blue Springs starters scored in double figures, lifting the Wildcats to a 74-55 win against Lincoln Prep in the third-place game of the Cardinal Division at the William Jewell Holiday Classic.
R.J. Lawrence and Justin Hall scored 15 points apiece for the Wildcats, who shot 60 percent from the field and made 5 of 6 three-point attempts.
Steve Dudley posted a game-best 21 points for Lincoln Prep.
Center 59, Kearney 53
Franck Kamgain scored 25 points to help Center defeat Kearney 59-53 in the Patterson Division third-place game. He made 10 of 13 shots, including three three-pointers.
Kearney held a 31-16 edge in the rebounding battle, but it fell behind by double digits before halftime and never led in the second half. Logan Hinck paced the Bulldogs with 13 points.
St. Joseph Central 54, O’Hara 42
Matt Austin and Jaiden Bristol combined for 42 points for St. Joseph Central in a 54-42 victory against O’Hara in the third-place game of the Nelson Division. Austin led all scorers with 25 points.
That was enough to overshadow the double-double from O’Hara forward Arinze Mgbemena, who had 23 points and 18 rebounds.
Raytown 70, Oak Park 49
Nine players entered the scoring column for Raytown in a 70-49 win against Oak Park in the Nelson Division fifth-place game. Mason Fair headlined that group with 15 points.
Zac Lucas had 12 points for Oak Park, which was unable to overcome 21 turnovers.
Raymore-Peculiar 42, Truman 37
Raymore-Peculiar shot only 31 percent from the floor, but it made 20 of 23 free throws to hold on to a 42-37 victory against Truman in the fifth-place game of the Patterson Division.
Raymore-Peculiar’s Nick Janssen (12) and Truman’s Reid Titus (14) and Derek Sykes (11) were the only three players in double figures.
Grandview 79, Fort Osage 60
Tyreese Davis scored 26 points to give Grandview its second straight win, a 79-60 victory against Fort Osage in the Cardinal Division fifth-place game. Michael Nweke added 16 more.
Fort Osage guard Donte Dodson scored 27 points in a losing effort.