2020 Sub-state boys and girls basketball results (March 2-4)

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BOYS

Wednesday, March 4

Abilene 49, Circle 44 — Becker led Abilene with 20 points. Circle was led by McGinnis’ 14 points.

Andale 50, Holton 46

Augusta 70, El Dorado 53 — Zach Davidson had 18 points for Augusta, while Garret Meyer led El Dorado with 21.

Buhler 61, Wellington 33

Campus 73, Dodge City 44 — Campus’ Sterling Chapman had 16 points, Keither Florence had 15, Tai Johnson 11 and Steele Chapman had 10. Thomas King had 12 rebounds.

Chapman 38, Nickerson 35

Clearwater 55, Clay Center 33

Derby 68, Garden City 40 — Derby built a 21-5 lead in the first quarter en route to the win. Nick Bonner had five steals and a blocked shot.

Lawrence 63, Wichita South 41

Manhattan 69, Wichita East 67

Mulvane 64, Wamego 43 — Trey Abasolo led Mulvane with 27 points to pass 1,000 career points. Mike Manis had 15 points.

Ulysses at Rose Hill

Wichita Southeast 72, Wichita Heights 66 — Jackie Johnson had 30 points in the win.

Wichita West 42, Washburn Rural 40

GIRLS

Wednesday, March 4

Andover Central 67, Hays 38

Bishop Carroll 47, Valley Center 40

Eisenhower 57, Salina Central 51 — Addyson Verbeck had 25 points for Eisenhower. Salina Central’s Aubrie Kierscht had 18.

Goddard 48, Emporia 39 — Goddard was led by Kade Hackerott and Brooke Sullivan, who each had 17 points.

Kapaun 57, Wichita Northwest 50 OT

Maize 60, Salina South 33

Maize South 39, Andover 25

McPherson 66, Great Bend 24 — Grace Pyle had 22 points for McPherson, Kassidy Beam added 12 and Lauren Labertew had 10.

BOYS

Tuesday, March 3

Andover 92, Wichita Northwest 68 — Jack Johnson led Andover with 26 points. Harper Jonas finished with 18, Jack Taylor had 12 and Isaiah Maikori had 10. Eastyn Ruffin had 22 points for Northwest and Demarcus Hoover had 14.

Andover Central 63, Maize 50 — Andover Central’s Xavier Bell had 26 points and Jerome Washington had 15. Kyle Grill scored 15 for Maize and Jacob Hanna had 10.

Belle Plaine 70, Bluestem 37 — Belle Plaine was led by Austin Hilton’s 24 points, Tim Bible’s 13 and Isaac Bible’s 12.

Bishop Carroll 72, Maize South 55

Buhler 61, Wellington 33

Canton-Galva 72, Bennington 70 OT

Emporia 63, McPherson 55 OT — Emporia outscored McPherson 13-5 in the overtime. McPherson was led by Cody Stufflebean’s 16 points. Cooper Courtney added nine rebounds and nine points. Emporia was led by Charles Snyder’s 27 points.

Great Bend 63, Salina Central 60 OT

Hays 42, Arkansas City 26

Hillsboro 69, Marion 32 — Brekyn Ratzlaff had 16 points for Hillsboro, while Matthew Potucek added 13 and Carson Linnens had 11.

Inman 51, Sedgwick 43 — Jace Doerksen led Sedgwick with 16 points.

Kapaun 75, Salina South 61 — Will Anciaux led Kapaun with 18 points and Blake Danitsheck had 13.

Sterling 57, Ellsworth 39

Valley Center 55, Eisenhower 52

West Elk 42, Sedan 40

Wichita Independent 59, Cedar Vale-Dexter 57 OT

Monday, March 2

Beloit 74, Russell 37

Caney Valley 68, Trinity Academy 64

Chaparral 70, Eureka 64 OT

Cheney 72, Douglass 41

Haven 64, Smoky Valley 41 — Wyatt Carmichael led Haven with 14 points, Darby Roper had 12, Benaiah Yoder  and Zane Jacques each had 10.

Hesston 53, Halstead 26

Hoisington 66, Concordia 24

Larned 70, SE-Saline 45

Lyons 68, Council Grove 43

Wichita Collegiate 60, Kingman 28 — Gradey Dick had 17 points and Charlie Goree had 15 for Collegiate.

Girls

Tuesday, March 3

Abilene 32, Wamego 19

Andale 62, Rose Hill 29 — Maggie Knoblauch scored 16 points in the win, and Mckenzie Fairchild had 11, Morgan Bruna 10.

Buhler 69, Wellington 32

Chaparral 44, Collegiate 37

Chapman 45, Winfield 34

Cheney 67, Kingman 17 — Kylee Scheer scored 32 points for Cheney.

Circle 51, El Dorado 45 — Maci Claycamp led Circle with 19 points, Mallory Cowman had 14 and Kimalee  Cook had 11.Camien had 14 for El Dorado.

Clay Center 50, Pratt 36

Clearwater 52, Holton 33

Derby 74, Wichita West 33

Dodge City 50, Wichita East 20

Eureka 53, Douglass 20

Halstead 57, Larned 29 — Karenna Gerber led Halstead with 31 points. K. O’Brien had 12 points.

Hesston 35, Council Grove 32

Hutchinson 53, Garden City 45

Manhattan 48, Wichita Southeast 36

Nickerson 64, Augusta 12

SE-Saline 54, Lyons 51

Topeka 94, Wichita North 25

Trinity Academy 79, Caney Valley 42

Wichita Heights 61, Lawrence 16

Monday, March 2

Garden Plain 49, Bluestem 18 — Kennedy Horacek scored a game-high 10 points. Ali Puetz had eight rebounds. Brooke Hammond, Madelyn Rolfs and Christia Rose Gorges each had four steals.

Haven 37, Smoky Valley 26

Salina Sacred Heart 55, Canton-Galva 51

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