Mar 05, 2020 4:04 AM

High School subtate basketball results

Posted Mar 05, 2020 4:04 AM

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Class 4A East Bracket 1=

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Eudora 64, Girard 57

Parsons 46, Topeka Hayden 29

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Iola 77, Louisburg 68, OT

KC Piper 93, Atchison 48

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Bishop Miege 84, Labette County 33

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Tonganoxie 55, Paola 53

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Independence 51, Fort Scott 40

Ottawa 66, Chanute 36

Class 4A West Bracket 1=

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Augusta 70, El Dorado 52

Mulvane 64, Wamego 43

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Andale 50, Holton 46

Nickerson 38, Chapman 35

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Clearwater 55, Clay Center 33

Rose Hill 74, Ulysses 66

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Abilene 49, Circle 44

Class 6A East Bracket 1=

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Blue Valley 80, SM East 40

KC Harmon 66, Gardner-Edgerton 56

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BV Northwest 80, Mill Valley 56

SM South 61, SM Northwest 59, OT

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BV North 59, Olathe Northwest 39

BV West 77, Olathe North 65

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Olathe East 53, Olathe West 42

Olathe South 85, KC Wyandotte 67

Class 6A West Bracket 1=

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Derby 68, Garden City 40

Wichita Campus 73, Dodge City 44

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Manhattan 69, Wichita East 67

Wichita West 42, Washburn Rural 40

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Lawrence 63, Wichita South 41

Wichita Southeast 72, Wichita Heights 66

Class 6A West Bracket 4=

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Lawrence Free State 68, Junction City 56

Topeka 65, Liberal 50

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL=

Class 5A East Bracket 1=

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BV Southwest 40, St. James Academy 39

Topeka Seaman 73, KC Washington 19

Class 5A East Bracket 2=

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Shawnee Heights 64, KC Sumner 58

St. Thomas Aquinas 55, Leavenworth 25

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Basehor-Linwood 73, Highland Park 59

KC Schlagle 68, Pittsburg 50

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DeSoto 54, Spring Hill 45

Lansing 59, Bonner Springs 29

Class 5A West Bracket 1=

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Kapaun Mount Carmel 57, Wichita Northwest 50

McPherson 66, Great Bend 24

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Andover Central 67, Hays 38

Goddard 48, Emporia 39

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Maize 60, Salina South 33

Wichita Bishop Carroll 47, Valley Center 40

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Goddard-Eisenhower 57, Salina Central 51

Maize South 39, Andover 25

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Mar 05, 2020 4:04 AM
Kansas State plays at Oklahoma State Wednesday night

KANSAS STATE (9-20, 2-14 Big 12) at OKLAHOMA STATE (15-14, 5-11 Big 12)

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 // 8:05 p.m. CT // Gallagher-Iba Arena (13,611) // Stillwater, Okla.

TELEVISION

ESPNU / WatchESPN

  1. Robert Ford (play-by-play)
  2. Tim Welsh (analyst)
  3. Greg Pike (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)

COACHES

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

Overall: 472-264/22nd season

At K-State: 159-109/8th season

vs. Oklahoma State: 11-6 (3-4 on the road)

Oklahoma State: Mike Boynton, Jr. (South Carolina ‘05)

Overall: 48-49/3rd season

At Oklahoma State: 48-49/3rd season

vs. Kansas State: 1-4 (0-2 at home)

PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP

Kansas State (9-20)

G: #2 Cartier Diarra

G: #00 Mike McGuirl

G: #03 DaJuan Gordon

G/F: #20 Xavier Sneed

F: #14 Makol Mawien

Oklahoma State (15-14)

G: #13 Isaac Likekele

G: #21 Lindy Waters III

G: #1 Jonathan Laurent

F: #12 Cameron McGriff

F: #14 Yor Anei

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: K-State leads 82-54

Current Streak: Oklahoma State, 1

In Stillwater: Oklahoma State leads 33-27

At Gallagher-Iba Arena: Oklahoma State leads 30-25

Last Meeting: L, 59-64, 2/11/2020 [Manhattan]

Weber vs. Boynton: 4-1 (2-0 on the road)

OPENING TIP

  1. Kansas State (9-20, 2-14 Big 12) begins the last week of the regular season with a trip to Oklahoma State (15-14, 5-11 Big 12), as the Wildcats travel to Stillwater, Okla., take on the Cowboys at Gallagher-Iba Arena on Wednesday night. OSU won the first meeting, 64-59, in Manhattan on Feb. 11 to end a 4-game losing skid in the series and will be looking to sweep the regular-season series for the first time in the Big 12 round-robin era. The game will tip at 8:05 p.m., CT on ESPNU with Robert Ford (play-by-play) and Tim Welsh (analyst) on the call.
  2. K-State saw its losing streak hit 9 games on Saturday afternoon, as the Wildcats battled No. 1/1 Kansas for the entire 40 minutes before falling 62-58 at Bramlage Coliseum. Big 12 Player of the Year candidate Devon Dotson scored a game-high 25 points, including 5 in a pivotal 8-0 run late in the second half, to push the Jayhawks winning streak to 14 games. Trailing by as many as 9 points in the first half, K-State used a 21-9 run, sandwiched between the last 4 minutes of the first half and the first 4 minutes of the second half, to take a 43-39 advantage with 15 to play. However, with the score knotted at 48-all with 7:23 to play, Kansas scored 8 consecutive points out of the media timeout to take control and sweep the season series.
  3. The loss was yet another disappointing one for the Wildcats, which has now lost 12 games by single digits (including 7 in Big 12 play) and 7 by 5 points or less. During the current 9-game skid, the team has lost 6 games by 10 points or less, including 5 by single digits. The 12 losses by single digits are the most in a single season since the 2002-03 team lost 13 games by single digits.
  4. After losses to No. 2/2 Baylor (66-85) and No. 1/1 Kansas (58-62), K-State played the No. 1 and No. 2 teams 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.
  5. During the 9-game losing streak, K-State has allowed opponents to average 70 points on 47.2 percent shooting, including 37.8 percent from 3-point range, and 73.5 percent from the free throw line, while averaging just 60.9 points on 40.4 percent shooting, including 29 percent from long range, and 64 percent from the free throw line. The team is averaging 10.2 assists on 21.0 made field goals with 14.2 turnovers per game, while opponents are averaging 14 assists on 22.9 made field goals with 15.4 turnovers per game. Senior Xavier Sneed is averaging 12.8 points during that span, but is connecting on just 32.1 percent (34-of-106) from the field, including 26 percent (13-of-50) from 3-point range.  
  6. Injuries have been a big part of K-State’s season, as 4 players have combined to miss 53 games, which has caused coach Bruce Weber to use 9 starting lineups. The 9 lineups are the most since using 11 in 2014-15 with at least one true freshman starting in 26 of 29 games, including rookies DaJuan Gordon and Montavious Murphy starting together 8 times, including in 7 of the last 11 games, and Antonio Gordon starting the games against Texas (2/22/20) and No. 1/1 Baylor (2/25/20). 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.