DODGE CITY – Class 2A Central Plains stunned Class 6A Shawnee Mission South 54-38 to advance to Saturday's championship game of the Dodge City Tournament of Champions. The Oilers (10-1) outscored South 30-16 in the second half.
HIGH SCHOOL SCORES
CENTRAL PLAINS 51,
DODGE CITY - Dodge City's girls handed Great Bend its first Western Athletic League loss 55-35 and Dodge City's boys completed a sweep with a 50-36 victory over the Panther boys.
Hesston 60, Larned 32
Defending Mid-Winter Classic champion St. John (9-0) drew the top seed, but innovative scheduling gives the unbeaten Tigers three games next week. St. John will open against the Pratt-Macksville loser at 4:45 p.m. But the Tigers will still play in Friday's second semifinal game at 8:15 p.m. against the Pratt-Macksville winner, which is scheduled Tuesday. The other bracket matches Ness City against Nickerson and Larned versus winless Wichita West (0-8) in Thursday's games.
STAFFORD - Hoisington High, ranked third in Class 3A, swept the Stafford High dual competition with a 4-0 record to stay unbeaten in dual matches. Hoisington defeated Bluestem, 70-7; Chaparral 65-6; Lincoln 76-6 and Nickerson 74-3.
Great Bend's basketball team witnessed the future for Hays High Indians, and the future is very bright.
Great Bend's leading scorer Regan Unruh made the game's key play with an assist.
HAYS - Layne Bieberle of Central Plains High School and Hoisington High lineman Seth Owen have been selected to the West team for the 2015 Shrime Bowl. Bieberle was a record-setting receiver for Central Plains, the Eight-Man Division I state champion.
Great Bend will kick off the Western Athletic Conference on the road Friday at Garden City. The first WAC game was originally scheduled at Great Bend, but was switched to Garden City.
Bo Black wanted to make sure everyone knew he wasn't out looking for a job. But when one came his way, he found it too good an opportunity to pass on.
HOISINGTON – The Pratt and Hoisington girls basketball coaches gave the defensive scouting report a near perfect grade after playing back-to-back games.
HOISINGTON – It's hard to imagine that Pratt High went nearly eight minutes without a 3-pointer.
MANHATTAN – The championship matchup between defending Class 2A state champion St. John High School and arch-rival Central Plains was an old-fashioned street battle – brother-against-brother.
Central Kansas League Girls
CLASS 6A BOYS
CLASS 6A GIRLS
MANHATTAN – When Central Plains' offense misfired, the Oilers relied on aggressive defense to capture their second consecutive Class 2A basketball championship.
MANHATTAN – Defending Class 2A girls state basketball champion Central Plains got a rematch with Moundridge.
MANHATTAN – Central Plains roared past No. 2 ranked Olpe 69-44 Friday to spoil the Eagles' unbeaten season and qualify for the Class 2A state basketball championship.
MANHATTAN - Defending Class 2A state champion St. John is playing a familiar foe – Central Plains High School – for its third consecutive state basketball championship.
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