State names host schools for basketball, wrestling tourneys
The state of Kansas released its substate basketball and regional wrestling tournament sites earlier this month.
The substate basketball tournaments will take place Feb. 25 through March 1 at high schools in the area.
Bonner Springs will play in a tournament at Turner High School.
Basehor-Linwood will play at Spring Hill High School, which is newly opened this year.
The following is a listing of area schools and their assignments.
Boys and girls basketball
Bonner Springs, Kansas City-Schlagle, Turner, Washington, Lansing, Shawnee Heights, Highland Park, Topeka-Seaman
St. Thomas Aquinas-
Gardner-Gardner-Edgerton, Kansas City-Harmon, Kansas City-Wyandotte, Kansas City-Sumner Academy, Overland Park-St. Thomas Aquinas, Pittsburg, Shawnee Mission-Bishop Miege, Mill Valley
Baldwin, Basehor-Linwood, DeSoto, Eudora, Kansas City-Bishop Ward, Kansas City-Piper,
Lenexa-St. James Academy, Spring Hill
Regional wrestling competitions will take place Feb. 15-16 at high schools around the state.
The following is a rundown of where local high school teams will be participating.
Mill Valley High School
Bonner Springs, Gardner-Gardner-Edgerton, Kansas City-Harmon, Kansas City-Turner, Kansas City-Wyandotte, Saint Thomas Aquinas, Shawnee-Mill Valley, Shawnee Mission-Bishop Miege
Eudora High School
Abilene, Baldwin, Burlington, Carbondale-Santa Fe Trail, Chapman, DeSoto, Eudora, Garnett-Anderson County, LaCygne-Prairie View, Lenexa-Saint James Academy, Louisburg, Osawatomie, Ottawa, Paola, Spring Hill
Perry-Perry-Lecompton High School
Atchison, Basehor-Basehor-Linwood, Clay Center-Clay Center Comm., Concordia, Hiawatha, Holton, Hoyt-Royal Valley, Kansas City- Bishop Ward, Kansas City-Piper, Marysville, Meriden-Jefferson West, Perry-Perry-Lecompton, Tonganoxie, Topeka-Hayden, Wamego
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