Feb 29, 2020 6:58 AM

High School basketball scores

Posted Feb 29, 2020 6:58 AM

BOYS PREP BASKETBALL=

BV Northwest 74, St. James Academy 52

Basehor-Linwood 75, Leavenworth 48

Bishop Miege 62, BV West 56

Bonner Springs 79, Baldwin 48

Chanute 55, Fort Scott 34

DeSoto 54, KC Turner 11

Derby 75, Salina South 67

Emporia 61, Junction City 49

Haven 73, Smoky Valley 55

Hays 47, Dodge City 25

Hugoton 90, Ulysses 64

Humboldt 53, Yates Center 43

Jefferson North 49, Pleasant Ridge 47

KC Piper 62, Eudora 41

KC Washington 82, KC Schlagle 69

Lansing 60, Shawnee Heights 42

Larned 62, Southwestern Hts. 39

Lawrence Free State 74, Gardner-Edgerton 48

Manhattan 62, Highland Park 54

Maur Hill - Mount Academy 40, McLouth 38

Olathe North 45, SM South 42

Paola 64, Louisburg 52

Parsons 69, Labette County 42

SM East 57, SM North 56

Spring Hill 51, Ottawa 50

St. Thomas Aquinas 82, BV North 67

Topeka Hayden 63, Topeka Seaman 62

Washburn Rural 51, Topeka West 47

Wichita Campus 71, Hutchinson 50

Class 1A=

Regional Semifinal=

South Gray 39, Moscow 32

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL=

Baldwin 51, Bonner Springs 24

Basehor-Linwood 58, Leavenworth 40

Chanute 55, Fort Scott 34

DeSoto 68, KC Turner 18

Derby 71, Salina South 37

Dodge City 60, Hays 31

Emporia 42, Junction City 28

Hugoton 62, Ulysses 41

Hutchinson 48, Wichita Campus 39

Independence 47, Pittsburg 43

Ingalls 59, Dighton 45

KC Piper 48, Eudora 39

Labette County 70, Parsons 26

Lansing 35, Shawnee Heights 34

Larned 40, Southwestern Hts. 33

Lawrence Free State 60, Gardner-Edgerton 38

McLouth 47, Maur Hill - Mount Academy 27

Paola 46, Louisburg 35

Smoky Valley 41, Haven 33

Spring Hill 63, Ottawa 35

Topeka Seaman 54, Topeka Hayden 36

Washburn Rural 52, Topeka West 47

Class 1A=

Regional Semifinal=

Argonia 32, South Haven 21

Attica 33, Kiowa County 30

Berean Academy 55, Flinthills 18

Burlingame 48, Wetmore 34

Central Plains 86, Victoria 31

Centralia 59, Doniphan West 39

Chetopa 37, Oswego 32

Clifton-Clyde 37, Linn 30

Cunningham 60, Fairfield 15

Frankfort 58, Axtell 42

Golden Plains 41, Oberlin-Decatur 34

Hanover 58, Washington County 44

Hutchinson Central Christian 47, Burrton 23

Kinsley 40, Hodgeman County 36

Little River 52, Centre 38

Meade 68, Rolla 12

Norwich 44, Caldwell 32

Olpe 56, Lebo 18

Osborne 63, Logan 46

Otis-Bison 45, La Crosse 16

Rural Vista 46, Elyria Christian 25

South Central 45, South Barber 32

South Gray 64, Moscow 26

St. John 44, Pretty Prairie 37

St. John's Beloit-Tipton 54, Tescott 12

St. Paul 49, Southern Coffey 20

Thunder Ridge 56, Stockton 39

Wallace County 54, Cheylin 37

Waverly 53, Hartford 31

Weskan 53, St. Francis 49

Wheatland-Grinnell 51, Rawlins County 48

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

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Feb 29, 2020 6:58 AM
K-State hosts KU on Saturday

GAME 29

KANSAS STATE (9-19, 2-13 Big 12) vs. 1/1 KANSAS (25-3, 14-1 Big 12)

Saturday, February 29, 2020 // 12:36 p.m. CT // Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) // Manhattan, Kan.

RIVALRY GAME

Dillons Sunflower Showdown

K-State and Kansas will meet for the 293rd time on Saturday in a rivalry that dates to 1907. It is the sixth-most played rivalry and eighth-most played in NCAA Division I history.

TELEVISION

CBS Sports / CBS Sports App

  1. Brad Nessler (play-by-play)
  2. Jim Spanarkel (analyst)
  3. Evan Washburn (sideline reporter)
  4. Ryan Galvin (producer)

RADIO

K-State Sports Network

Flagships: // KMAN 1350 & WIBW 580

Online: TuneIn.com [free] / www.kstatesports.com/watch [free]

Satellite Radio: XM 386 / Internet 976

  1. Wyatt Thompson (play-by-play)
  2. Stan Weber (analyst)

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

Overall: 472-263/22nd season

At K-State: 159-108/8th season

vs. Kansas: 3-16 (3-4 at home)

Kansas: Bill Self (Oklahoma State ‘85)

Overall: 705-214/27th season

At Kansas: 498-109/17th season

vs. Kansas State: 30-6 (11-5 on the road)

PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP

Kansas State (9-19)

G: #2 Cartier Diarra

G: #00 Mike McGuirl

G/F: #20 Xavier Sneed

F: #11 Antonio Gordon

F: #14 Makol Mawien

Kansas (25-3)

G: #1 Devon Dotson

G: #0 Marcus Garrett

G: #4 Isaiah Moss

G: #30 Ochai Agbaji

C: #35 Udoka Azubuike

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: Kansas leads 198-94

Current Streak: Kansas, 2

In Manhattan: Kansas leads 78-48

At Bramlage Coliseum: Kansas leads 26-5

Last Meeting: L, 60-81, 1/21/2020

Weber vs. Self: 4-17 (4-4 at home)

OPENING TIP

  1. Kansas State (9-19, 2-13 Big 12) continues one of its most challenging stretches in school history on Saturday, as the Wildcats will play host to No. 1/1 Kansas (25-3, 14-1 Big 12) in the 293rd edition of the Dillon’s Sunflower Showdown at Bramlage Coliseum. Following its 85-66 loss at No. 2/2 Baylor on Tuesday night, K-State will play the No. 1 and No. 2 in consecutive games for just the second time in school history and the first time since losing to No. 1 UCLA and No. 2 Michigan at the 1964 Final Four at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo. The Wildcats are just the fifth Division I team since 1996-97 to play the nation’s top two teams in the same week and the first since West Virginia in 2016. The game will tip at 12:36 p.m., CT on CBS with Brad Nessler (play-by-play), Jim Spanarkel (analyst) and Evan Washburn (sideline reporter) on the call. This will be the first time CBS has called a Sunflower Showdown since a 69-62 Kansas win at Allen Fieldhouse on Jan. 17, 1998.
  2. K-State has 5 wins all-time (16 losses) against the nation’s No. 1 team in its history with 4 of those coming in Bramlage Coliseum (Missouri in 1990, Texas in 2010, Kansas in 2011 and Oklahoma in 2016). The other win came against top-ranked Kansas in Allen Fieldhouse on Jan. 17, 1994. The Wildcats have dropped the last 3 meetings with the No. 1 team, including a 73-67 loss to top-ranked Baylor on Feb. 3. This will be 10th meeting with a No. 1 Kansas team and the first since an 85-63 loss to the Jayhawks in the quarterfinals of the Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship on March 11, 2016. The 5 wins over the No. 1 team are among 25 against Top 5 teams in school history, which includes 3 by head coach Bruce Weber (No. 1 Oklahoma in 2016, No. 2 Baylor in 2017 and No. 4 Oklahoma in 2018). Overall, Weber’s 27 wins over Top 25 teams are the most by any head coach in school history.
  3. K-State saw its losing streak hit 8 games on Tuesday night, as the Wildcats ran into a motivated Baylor team, who saw its Big 12 record 24-game winning streak end in its last outing on Feb. 22 against then No. 2/2 Kansas. The Bears connected on nearly 50 percent from the field, including 53.3 percent (16-of-30) in building a 26-point lead in the first half, to earn their first series sweep of the Wildcats since 2016.  Five Baylor players scored in double figures led by reserve Matthew Mayer’s game-tying 19 points, while junior Cartier Diarra led the Wildcats with 19 points on 7-of-11 field goals, including 3-of-6 from 3-point range, while freshman DaJuan Gordon and junior Mike McGuirl added 12 and 10 points, respectively.
  4. Injuries have been a big part of K-State’s season, as 5 players have combined to miss 53 games, which has caused coach Bruce Weber to use 8 starting lineups. The 8 lineups are the most since using 11 in 2014-15 with at least one true freshman starting in 25 of 28 games, including rookies DaJuan Gordon and Montavious Murphy starting together 8 times, including in 7 of the last 10 games, and Antonio Gordon starting the last 2 games against Texas and No. 1/1 Baylor. 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.