Feb 22, 2020 6:38 AM

High School basketball result

Posted Feb 22, 2020 6:38 AM

BOYS PREP BASKETBALL=

Abilene 59, Clay Center 30

Andover 99, Newton 78

Andover Central 59, Valley Center 46

Augusta 65, El Dorado 44

BV North 95, Mill Valley 69

Baxter Springs 57, Girard 44

Beloit 55, Minneapolis 51

Berean Academy 55, Goessel 32

Bishop Miege 67, BV Southwest 37

Bluestem 74, Neodesha 56

Bonner Springs 61, Louisburg 54

Bucklin 51, Satanta 46

Buhler 63, Winfield 44

Burlington 74, Osawatomie 64

Caldwell 55, Burden Central 49

Caney Valley 81, Erie 62

Central Heights 66, Marais des Cygnes Valley 40

Central Plains 42, Kinsley 32

Centre 100, Chase 25

Cheney 56, Belle Plaine 51

Cimarron 53, Sublette 19

Concordia 71, Wamego 61

Ellsworth 50, Lincoln 22

Elyria Christian 58, Marion 41

Emporia 56, Topeka Seaman 45

Frontenac 49, Pittsburg Colgan 43

Galena 52, Columbus 36

Garden Plain 55, Wichita Trinity 54

Goddard-Eisenhower 66, Goddard 31

Great Bend 57, Dodge City 48

Greeley County 47, St. Francis 40

Hays 59, Garden City 50, OT

Hays-TMP-Marian 74, Stockton 51

Hesston 45, Nickerson 36

Hiawatha 68, Jefferson West 61

Hoisington 73, Larned 62

Horton 47, Atchison County 28

Hoxie 67, Northern Valley 45

Hugoton 56, Colby 48

Hutchinson Trinity 50, Sterling 43

Labette County 58, Coffeyville 54

Lakeside 46, Natoma 24

Lawrence 50, Lawrence Free State 42

Lee's Summit Community Christian, Mo. 73, Heritage Christian 50

Lyons 57, Hillsboro 53

Madison/Hamilton 0, Lyndon 0

Maize 67, Salina Central 48

McLouth 53, Oskaloosa 26

McPherson 65, Circle 43

Mulvane 16, Andale 13

Nemaha Central 34, Holton 31

Ness City 73, Victoria 29

Northern Heights 56, Hartford 20

Olathe West 44, Olathe South 39

Oswego 64, Chetopa 59

Ottawa 71, Baldwin 49

Paola 47, Tonganoxie 41

Parsons 65, Chanute 35

Pawnee Heights 69, Ingalls 59

Perry-Lecompton 80, Riverside 62

Plainville 69, Hill City 62

Pleasant Ridge 57, Jackson Heights 34

Riley County 63, Rossville 26

Rock Creek 65, Silver Lake 32

Rock Hills 66, Thunder Ridge 56

Royal Valley 63, Sabetha 43

Salina Sacred Heart 41, Republic County 34

Salina South 70, Hutchinson 56

Scott City 56, Holcomb 48

Smoky Valley 49, Halstead 44

Solomon 73, Bennington 60

South Gray 58, Kiowa County 45

Southeast Saline 77, Russell 54

Spring Hill 60, Eudora 59

St. James Academy 65, Topeka Hayden 54

St. John 54, Macksville 33

St. John's Beloit-Tipton 53, Sylvan-Lucas 4

St. Paul 63, Yates Center 40

Tescott 38, Glasco/Miltonvale-Southern Cloud 34

Topeka 55, Manhattan 48

Topeka West 60, Junction City 52

Trego 63, Smith Center 37

Triplains-Brewster 65, Cheylin 44

Ulysses 63, Goodland 48

Uniontown 68, Northeast-Arma 64

University Academy, Mo. 76, KC Christian 27

Van Horn, Mo. 88, Maranatha Academy 61

Wabaunsee 59, Herington 46

Washburn Rural 49, Highland Park 45

Wellington 60, Clearwater 45

Wellsville 52, Santa Fe Trail 47

Weskan 50, Western Plains 49

West Elk 64, South Haven 53

Wheatland-Grinnell 75, Logan 62

Wichita Campus 62, Derby 54

Wichita Collegiate 60, Rose Hill 45

Wichita Heights 57, Wichita North 43

Wichita Independent 73, Kingman 54

Wichita South 77, Wichita Northwest 55

Wichita Southeast 70, Kapaun Mount Carmel 67

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Andale 62, Mulvane 27

Anderson County 64, Prairie View 27

Andover 58, Newton 30

Andover Central 67, Valley Center 34

Baldwin 40, Ottawa 34

Basehor-Linwood 79, KC Turner 14

Beloit 54, Minneapolis 47

Bennington 49, Solomon 22

Bishop Miege 61, BV Southwest 36

Bluestem 56, Neodesha 50

Bonner Springs 43, Louisburg 39

Bucklin 54, Satanta 22

Buhler 48, Winfield 40

Caldwell 41, Burden Central 12

Caney Valley 48, Erie 30

Central Heights 51, Marais des Cygnes Valley 16

Central Plains 62, Kinsley 21

Chanute 54, Parsons 26

Chapman 51, Marysville 39

Chase County 44, Centre 35

Cheney 58, Belle Plaine 36

Chetopa 46, Oswego 22

Cheylin 58, Triplains-Brewster 14

Cimarron 51, Sublette 39

Clay Center 55, Abilene 25

Colby 32, Hugoton 23

Conway Springs 48, Medicine Lodge 37

Derby 59, Wichita Campus 11

Dodge City 58, Great Bend 42

El Dorado 32, Augusta 25

Ellsworth 52, Lincoln 17

Elyria Christian 35, Marion 31

Eudora 48, Spring Hill 39

Flinthills 58, Udall 28

Frontenac 37, Pittsburg Colgan 29

Galena 35, Columbus 30

Garden City 54, Hays 38

Girard 61, Baxter Springs 51

Glasco/Miltonvale-Southern Cloud 33, Tescott 30

Golden Plains 56, Palco 21

Goodland 44, Ulysses 24

Halstead 47, Smoky Valley 35

Haven 44, Pratt 43

Hays-TMP-Marian 64, Stockton 45

Hillsboro 34, Lyons 24

Hoxie 69, Northern Valley 21

Hutchinson 50, Salina South 37

Ingalls 69, Pawnee Heights 40

Jackson Heights 40, Pleasant Ridge 35

Jefferson West 38, Hiawatha 26

Junction City 53, Topeka West 46

KC Bishop Ward 76, Barstow, Mo. 17

Kapaun Mount Carmel 62, Wichita Southeast 49

Lakeside 50, Natoma 17

Lansing 52, DeSoto 41

Lawrence Free State 66, Lawrence 38

Lee's Summit Community Christian, Mo. 53, Heritage Christian 41

Lyndon 35, Madison/Hamilton 25

Maize 59, Salina Central 46

Maize South 53, Arkansas City 33

McPherson 46, Circle 35

Meade 41, Stanton County 38, OT

Minneola 64, Fowler 16

Nemaha Central 54, Holton 39

Nickerson 57, Hesston 49

Northern Heights 52, Hartford 35

Oberlin-Decatur 52, Quinter 33

Olathe Northwest 63, Olathe North 57

Osborne 66, Chase 33

Otis-Bison 65, Ellinwood 43

Paola 48, Tonganoxie 30

Perry-Lecompton 58, Riverside 28

Plainville 51, Hill City 37

Republic County 45, Salina Sacred Heart 42

Riley County 45, Rossville 25

Rock Creek 45, Silver Lake 35

Rural Vista 61, Mission Valley 31

SM Northwest 50, SM North 21

Sabetha 62, Royal Valley 31

Scott City 54, Holcomb 33

Shawnee Heights 49, Leavenworth 42

Southeast Saline 70, Russell 49

Spearville 63, South Central 49

St. James Academy 51, Topeka Hayden 37

St. John's Beloit-Tipton 63, Sylvan-Lucas 40

St. Paul 64, Yates Center 36

St. Thomas Aquinas 59, BV West 23

Sterling 62, Hutchinson Trinity 44

Syracuse 45, Lakin 21

Thunder Ridge 59, Rock Hills 22

Topeka 66, Manhattan 30

Topeka Seaman 49, Emporia 28

Trego 55, Smith Center 41

Uniontown 55, Northeast-Arma 27

University Academy, Mo. 32, KC Christian 28

Victoria 37, Ness City 22

Wabaunsee 61, Herington 48

Wakefield 46, Canton-Galva 43

Walsh, Colo. 37, Rolla 28

Wamego 49, Concordia 24

Washburn Rural 69, Highland Park 31

Wellington 54, Clearwater 41

Wellsville 38, Santa Fe Trail 25

West Elk 44, South Haven 33

Wheatland-Grinnell 47, Logan 41

Wichita County 74, Dighton 48

Wichita Independent 51, Kingman 36

Wichita Northwest 55, Wichita South 49

Wichita Trinity 64, Garden Plain 48

Wichita West 40, Wichita East 35

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Some high school basketball scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/

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Feb 22, 2020 6:38 AM
K-State hosts Texas in men's basketball Saturday

GAME 27

KANSAS STATE (9-17, 2-11 Big 12) vs. TEXAS (15-11, 5-8 Big 12)

Saturday, February 22, 2020 // 1:06 p.m. CT // Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) // Manhattan, Kan.

PROMOTION

Throwback Game

The Wildcats will wear special two-tone lavender throwback uniforms, which were worn from 1973 to 1982, with the first 1,500 students receiving a lavender t-shirt.

COACHES

Kansas State: Bruce Weber (Wis.-Milwaukee ’78)

Overall: 472-261/22nd season

At K-State: 159-106/8th season

vs. Texas: 9-7 (4-3 at home)

Texas: Shaka Smart (Kenyon College ‘99)

Overall: 249-133/11th season

At Texas: 86-77/5th season

vs. Kansas State: 4-5 (2-2 on the road)

PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP

Kansas State (9-17)

G: #2 Cartier Diarra

G: #4 David Sloan

G/F: #20 Xavier Sneed

F: #23 Montavious Murphy

F: #14 Makol Mawien

Texas (15-11)

G: #1 Andrew Jones

G: #3 Courtney Ramey

G: #4 Donovan Williams

F: #5 Royce Hamm, Jr.

F: #33 Kamaka Hepa

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: K-State leads 22-17

Current Streak: Texas, 1

In Manhattan: K-State leads 11-6

At Bramlage Coliseum: K-State leads 9-6

Last Meeting: L, 50-64 [1/11/20 in Austin]

Weber vs. Smart: Weber leads 5-4 [2-2 at home]

OPENING TIP

  1. K-State (9-17, 2-11 Big 12) will host its first Saturday home game in more than a month, as the Wildcats return to play Texas (15-11, 5-8 Big 12) at Bramlage Coliseum. The Longhorns have won 2 of the last 3 meetings and will be attempting to sweep the season series for the first time since 2016 after a 64-50 victory on Jan. 11. The game will tip at 1:06 p.m., CT on CBS with Andrew Catalon (play-by-play) and Steve Lappas (analyst). This will be the first CBS game at Bramlage Coliseum and the first in the regular season since a 69-62 loss at Kansas on Jan. 17, 1998.
  2. Saturday's contest will be Throwback Day at Bramlage Coliseum, as K-State will wear their two-tone lavender throwback uniforms, which were worn from 1973 to 1982, and made famous by the Purple Pop-Gun tandem of Mike Evans and Chuckie Williams during the 1974-75 and 1975-76 seasons and commemorated by Rolando Blackman on the cover of Sports Illustrated after the 1981 upset of No. 1 Oregon State in the NCAA Tournament. Overall, the Wildcats posted an 186-81 (.697) record during the period of the uniform (1973-82), including an 85-41 (.675) mark in Big Eight play, winning the 1977 Big Eight regular-season title and the 1977 and 1980 Big Eight Tournament crowns to go with five NCAA Tournament appearances.
  3. Texas Tech extended K-State’s misery in close games, as the Red Raiders swept the season series with a 69-62 victory on Wednesday night at United Supermarkets Arena. The loss was the Wildcats’ sixth straight, which is the longest such streak in the Bruce Weber era and the longest by a Wildcat team since also dropping 6 in a row from Feb. 2-19, 2005. The team has now lost 11 games by single digits, including 6 in Big 12 play, and fell to 3-12 in games decided by 10 points or less.
  4. Texas Tech was impressive on the offensive end, connecting on 50 percent from the field with 18 assists on 23 made field goals, but K-State still had opportunities, closing to within 44-42 after a layup by junior Cartier Diarra midway through the second half. However, a missed dunk by Diarra on the next possession ignited an 8-2 run by the Red Raiders, which provided the necessary cushion to flip the narrow 44-42 lead into a 52-44 advantage with 6:44 to play. The Wildcats could get no closer than 5 points (64-59 with 38 seconds left) the rest of the way. Despite the loss, the team was better offensively, connecting on 47.9 percent (23-of-48) from the field, including 61.3 percent (19-of-31) from inside the 3-point line. It was the highest field goal percentage since hitting on 59.2 percent (29-of-49) in a win at home over No. 12/13 West Virginia on Jan. 18 and the highest in a road game this season.   
  5. Injuries have been a big part of K-State’s season, as 5 players have missed 49  games, which has caused coach Bruce Weber to use 7 starting lineups. The 7 lineups are the most since using 11 in 2014-15 with at least one true freshman starting in 23 of 26 games, including true freshmen DaJuan Gordon and Montavious Murphy starting together 8 times, including in 7 of the last 8 games. The last time a pair of freshmen started together in more than one game came when Barry Brown, Jr., and Dean Wade started the last 9 games of 2015-16.