Mar 07, 2020 3:55 PM

Friday night high school substate basketball scores

Posted Mar 07, 2020 3:55 PM

Friday's Scores

By The Associated Press

BOYS PREP BASKETBALL=

Class 5A East Bracket 1=

Substate Championship=

Basehor-Linwood 52, Shawnee Heights 42

Class 5A East Bracket 2=

Substate Championship=

DeSoto 75, KC Washington 65

Class 5A East Bracket 3=

Substate Championship=

Highland Park 51, St. Thomas Aquinas 50

Class 5A East Bracket 4=

Substate Championship=

BV Southwest 68, Topeka West 63

Class 5A West Bracket 1=

Substate Championship=

Andover Central 61, Wichita Bishop Carroll 59

Class 5A West Bracket 2=

Substate Championship=

Andover 49, Emporia 45

Class 5A West Bracket 3=

Substate Championship=

Kapaun Mount Carmel 56, Valley Center 38

Class 5A West Bracket 4=

Substate Championship=

Hays 43, Great Bend 36

Class 2A=

Substate Semifinal=

Bishop Seabury Academy 79, Mission Valley 54

Ellinwood 56, Inman 38

Garden Plain 76, Belle Plaine 61

Hillsboro 64, Chase County 30

Hoxie 64, Hill City 48

Lyndon 63, Northern Heights 60

McLouth 51, Riverside 27

Northeast-Arma 54, Uniontown 51

Plainville 66, Ellis 52

Pratt Skyline 54, Spearville 38

Salina Sacred Heart 72, Canton-Galva 38

Sterling 41, Hutchinson Trinity 30

Syracuse 48, Wichita County 36

Valley Heights 52, Jefferson North 31

Wichita Independent 67, West Elk 53

Yates Center 68, Erie 38

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL=

Class 6A East Bracket 1=

Substate Championship=

SM Northwest 48, Olathe Northwest 27

Class 6A East Bracket 2=

Substate Championship=

Olathe South 50, BV North 40

Class 6A East Bracket 3=

Substate Championship=

Olathe North 71, Olathe West 51

Class 6A East Bracket 4=

Substate Championship=

Olathe East 35, SM West 32

Class 6A West Bracket 1=

Substate Championship=

Liberal 53, Manhattan 33

Class 6A West Bracket 2=

Substate Championship=

Topeka 74, Hutchinson 40

Class 6A West Bracket 3=

Substate Championship=

Wichita Heights 41, Washburn Rural 30

Class 6A West Bracket 4=

Substate Championship=

Derby 43, Dodge City 24

Class 4A East Bracket 1=

Substate Championship=

Eudora 33, Paola 28

Class 4A East Bracket 2=

Substate Championship=

KC Piper 72, Girard 27

Class 4A East Bracket 3=

Substate Championship=

Bishop Miege 70, Topeka Hayden 40

Class 4A East Bracket 4=

Substate Championship=

Baldwin 44, Labette County 32

Class 4A West Bracket 1=

Substate Championship=

Nickerson 53, Holton 34

Class 4A West Bracket 2=

Substate Championship=

Buhler 46, Circle 38

Class 4A West Bracket 3=

Substate Championship=

Clay Center 39, Abilene 29

Class 4A West Bracket 4=

Substate Championship=

Chapman 47, Andale 41

Class 3A=

Substate Semifinal=

Anderson County 66, Humboldt 40

Cheney 66, Wichita Trinity 64

Cherryvale 66, Galena 56

Eureka 31, Chaparral 23

Frontenac 48, Baxter Springs 20

Goodland 48, Holcomb 43

Halstead 47, Hesston 34

Haven 61, Southeast Saline 33

Jefferson West 36, St. Mary's 29

Nemaha Central 64, Atchison County 22

Norton 49, Beloit 47

Osage City 58, Wellsville 55

Phillipsburg 40, Hays-TMP-Marian 32

Riley County 48, Silver Lake 36

Sabetha 63, KC Bishop Ward 29

Scott City 50, Cimarron 31

Class 1A=

Substate Semifinal=

Berean Academy 55, Argonia 37

Central Plains 82, Wheatland-Grinnell 22

Centralia 64, St. John's Beloit-Tipton 51

Clifton-Clyde 49, Burlingame 22

Cunningham 46, Meade 20

Frankfort 45, Rural Vista 39

Golden Plains 44, Weskan 28

Hanover 61, Little River 35

Hutchinson Central Christian 48, St. Paul 35

Kinsley 46, Attica 43

Norwich 42, Waverly 32

Olpe 64, Chetopa 35

Osborne 47, Wallace County 20

Otis-Bison 33, Thunder Ridge 28

South Central 35, Ingalls 27

St. John 38, South Gray 32

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

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Mar 07, 2020 3:55 PM
K-State to host Iowa State on Senior Day
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GAME 31

KANSAS STATE (9-21, 2-15 Big 12) vs. IOWA STATE (12-18, 5-12 Big 12)

Saturday, March 7, 2020 // 3:01 p.m. CT // Bramlage Coliseum (12,528) // Manhattan, Kan.

TELEVISION

Big 12 Now on ESPN+ / WatchESPN

  1. Mark Neely (play-by-play)
  2. Lance Blanks (analyst)
  3. Sean Jackson (producer)

TICKETS

www.kstatesports.com/tickets

(800) 221.CATS [2287]

Single Game: $25 (bench & GA)/$50 (chairback)

Wildcat 4-Pack: $75 ($18.75 each)

COACHES

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

Overall: 472-265/22nd season

At K-State: 159-110/8th season

vs. Iowa State: 6-11 (4-3 at home)

Iowa State: Steve Prohm (Alabama ‘97)

Overall: 199-100/9th season

At Iowa State: 95-71/5th season

vs. Kansas State: 7-3 (3-1 on the road)

PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP

Kansas State (9-21)

G: #2 Cartier Diarra

G: #00 Mike McGuirl

G: #03 DaJuan Gordon

G/F: #20 Xavier Sneed

F: #14 Makol Mawien

Iowa State (12-18)

G: #11 Prentiss Nixon

G: #3 Tre Jackson

G: #45 Rasir Bolton

F: #12 Michael Jacobson

F: #33 Solomon Young

SERIES HISTORY

Overall: K-State leads 140-90

Current Streak: Iowa State, 3

In Manhattan: K-State leads 81-28

At Bramlage Coliseum: K-State leads 21-10

Last Meeting: L, 63-73, 2/8/2020 [Ames, Iowa]

Weber vs. Prohm: 3-7 (1-3 at home)

OPENING TIP

  1. Kansas State (9-21, 2-15 Big 12) concludes the regular season with a visit from Iowa State (12-18, 5-12 Big 12) on Saturday, as the Wildcats celebrate Senior Day at Bramlage Coliseum. The Cyclones won the first meeting, 73-63, at home on Feb. 8 and will be looking to sweep the regular-season series for the first time since 2017. ISU has won 3 of the last 4 meetings in Manhattan. The athletics department will honor senior managers Jon Hoard, Collin Jasper, Regan Steele and Kyle Weide as well as senior players Pierson McAtee, Makol Mawien and Xavier Sneed in a pre-game ceremony. The game will tip at 3:01 p.m., CT on Big 12 Now on ESPN+ with Mark Neely (play-by-play) and Lance Blanks (analyst) on the call.
  2. K-State is locked into the 10-seed at next week’s Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship and will play the still-to-be determined 7-seed on Wednesday night at 8 p.m., CT on ESPNU. The options for the 7-seed include Oklahoma (18-12, 8-9 Big 12), West Virginia (20-10, 8-9 Big 12) and TCU (16-14, 7-10 Big 12). This will be just the third time (2015 and 2016) since 2007 that the Wildcats will play on the first day of the tournament, while it will be the third time (2001 and 2005) as the 10-seed.
  3. K-State saw its losing streak hit 10 games on Wednesday night, as Oklahoma State broke open a tight contest with a 10-0 run with just under 9 minutes to play in a 69-63 victory at Gallagher-Iba Arena. The Wildcats led 49-46 before OSU called what turned out to be a pivotal timeout with 8:59 to play. Out of the timeout, senior Cameron McGriff got loose for an easy dunk that sparked the 10-0 run, flipping the 3-point deficit into a 56-49 lead with 6:36 remaining. K-State was led by junior Cartier Diarra’s game-high 16 points, which marked the third straight game he has led in scoring, while junior Mike McGuirl and senior Xavier Sneed added 11 and 10 points, respectively. The team connected on just 36.2 percent from the field.
  4. The loss was yet another disappointing one for the Wildcats, which has now lost 13 games by single digits (including 8 in Big 12 play) and 7 by 5 points or less. During the current 10-game skid, the team has lost 7 games by 10 points or less, including 6 by single digits. The 13 losses by single digits are the most since the 2002-03 team also lost 13 games by single digits.
  5. During the 10-game losing streak, K-State has allowed opponents to average 69.9 points on 47.1 percent shooting, including 37.5 percent from 3-point range, and 73.6 percent from the free throw line, while averaging just 61.1 points on 39.9 percent shooting, including 27.9 percent from long range, and 65.7 percent from the free throw line. Senior Xavier Sneed is averaging 13.7 points during that span, but is connecting on just 30.8 percent (37-of-120) from the field.  
  6. Injuries have been a big part of K-State’s season, as 4 players have combined to miss 55 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 27 of 30 games, including rookies Montavious Murphy and DaJuan Gordon starting together in 7 Big 12 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 the 2015-16 season.

Tom Gilbert / Director for Men's Basketball Communications - K-State