It’s the last week before sub-state and teams are playing for a good seed in sub-state tournaments, hoping for an easier road to the state tournament. Catch up on all the action in tonight’s catch-all.
Carroll’s Logan Bullinger dropped 72 points as the Golden Eagles showed West the door 72-42. South continued its dreadful season as it fell 72-53 to East. East’s Samajae Jone finished with 20 points and South’s Omar Martin scored 24 in the loss. Southeast was a 58-54 winner over Heights and Kapaun dominated Northwest 73-57.
Free throws were the difference for El Dorado in a 52-40 win over Winfield. El Dorado’s Travis House dropped 17 points and Winfield’s Will Adler led all players with 21 points. Salina Central slipped past Maize 48-45. Salina South nipped Campus 67-63. Andover kept up its solid season with a 64-53 win over Valley Center. Hutchinson left Newton with a 49-39 win under its belt.
Ark City picked up a 55-48 victory over Goddard. Goddard Eisenhower trounced Maize South 82-54. Buhler picked up a 57-52 win over Mulvane and McPherson was a 64-49 winner over Rose Hill. Andale nearly fell to Clearwater, but picked up a 48-47 win. Collegiate slipped by Circle 64-62. Augusta finished off Wellington 52-50.
Douglass pulled away from Garden Plain 51-43. Douglass' Cody Holthaus scored 22 points in the win. Bluestem was too much for Belle Plaine 55-38. Chaparral rolled Conway Springs 46-24. Medicine Lodge couldn't stop Cheney 64-36. Wichita Trinity was able to contain a high-powered Independent offense 63-52.
Halstead sent Haven home with a 61-59 loss. Hesston nipped Pratt 55-53. Hillsboro got the best of Kingman in a 49-45 win over the Eagles. Lyons completed the sweep with a 59-42 win over Nickerson.
Concordia destroyed Clay Center 60-28. Wamego was too much Marysville 52-41. Chapman defeated rival Abilene 54-49.
Salina Sacred Heart took down Ellsworth 60-42. Republic County handled Southeast of Saline 61-51. Minneapolis crushed Russell 71-28.
Thomas More Prep was able to take down Colby 51-47. Ell-Saline slipped past Sedgwick 47-44. Meade decimated Spearville 76-43. Ellis kept Stockton at arm's length 52-42. Remington nipped Oxford 42-38.