Day 2 state basketball (2020)

Thursday’s state schedule

Semifinals and finals have been canceled by @kshsaa. For more information, here’s a story, which includes an interview with Campus senior Steele Chapman and KSHSAA assistant executive director Fran Martin.

Class 6A boys

BV North 72, Lawrence 66

BV Northwest 55, Free State 48

Campus 66, Manhattan 50 — Campus was led by Sterling Chapman’s 26 points; he made 10 of 16 field goals. Campus shot 25 of 53 from the field, and Shawn Warrior had 14 points, Steele Chapman 10. Thomas King added eight points and nine rebounds.

It was game rife with dunks, including a windmill dunk by Keither Florence, who had eight points.

Olathe South 50, KC Harmon 43

Class 5A girls

Andover Central 61, DeSoto 52 — Andover Central was led by Bailey Wilborn’s 14 points, Ellie Stearns had 12.

McPherson 59, Baseh0r-Linwood 44 — Kassidy Beam had 16 points to lead McPherson to the quarterfinal victory.

St. Thomas Aquinas 62, Maize South 35 — Aquinas shot 52 percent from the field. Maize South’s Katie Wagner scored a team-high 18 points, hitting 10 of 10 free throws.

Topeka Seaman 54, Maize 44

Class 4A boys

Rose Hill 61, Parsons 57 — Rose Hill trailed by 12 at the half en route to upsetting top-seeded Parsons. Koby Campbell had 30 points for Rose Hill.

Augusta 53, Ottawa 41 — Ely Wilcox, Jaren Jackson and Brendan Parker all had 11.

KC Piper 71, Buhler 52

Bishop Miege 65, Andale 61

Class 3A girls

Nemaha Central 45, Osage City 35

Cheney 66, Phillipsburg 53 — Kylee Scheer had 19 points, Lexi Cline 15 and Anna Martin 10 for Cheney. Scheer also added six rebounds and Hailey Jones had seven.

Frontenac 42, Jefferson West 40 OT

Halstead 45, Scott City 41 2OT

Class 2A boys

Bishop Seabury 72, Valley Heights 45

Garden Plain 50, Hoxie 47

Hillsboro 57, Pratt Skyline 51 — Hillsboro upsets No. 1 seeded Pratt Skyline.

Sterling 64, Erie 54

Class 1A girls

Centralia 48, Cunningham 46 — Centralia trailed by 18 points heading into the final period.

Central Plains 93, Ingalls 47, 6:30 — Central Plains’ Emily Ryan hit 3,000 career points, the third player in Kansas to do it. Central Plains has won 136 straight games.

Hanover 41, Otis-Bison 36

Olpe 59, Norwich 43

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