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Claflin Clips Meade in State Semifinals
03/15/2014

Central Plains-Claflin beat Meade in the 2A state semifinals 60-45 Friday afternoon in Manhattan.  Central Plains held Meade's leading scorer Bailey Olvera to six points.  Jaylin Stapleton scored 16 to lead the Lady Buffs.  Central Plains led 32-23 at halftime.  Meade is 20-5 and will play Washington County Saturday at noon. 

Friday's Scores
 BOYS' BASKETBALL
 Class 6A State Tournament
 Semifinal
     BV North 66, Wichita East 63
     BV Northwest 61, Maize 42
 Class 5A State Tournament
 Semifinal
     Highland Park 48, Hays 40
     Lansing 72, Wichita Heights 71, OT
 Class 4A State Tournament
 Division I
 Semifinal
     McPherson 59, Paola 56, OT
     Topeka Hayden 50, El Dorado 48
 Division II
 Semifinal
     Eudora 44, Andale 43
     Scott City 77, Concordia 75, OT
 Class 3A State Tournament
 Semifinal
     Beloit 58, Nemaha Valley 54
     Hesston 58, Riverton 51
 Class 2A State Tournament
 Semifinal
     Plainville 45, Pittsburg Colgan 41
     St. John 57, Olpe 47
 Class 1A State Tournament
 Division I
 Semifinal
     Hoxie 48, Valley Heights 43
     Marais des Cygnes Valley 45, Spearville 38
 Division II
 Semifinal
     St. John's Beloit-Tipton 67, Chetopa 29
     Wallace County 69, Baileyville-B&B 46
 GIRLS' BASKETBALL
 Class 6A State Tournament
 Semifinal
     Maize 42, Manhattan 35
     Wichita South 50, Olathe South 40
 Class 5A State Tournament
 Semifinal
     Leavenworth 48, Kapaun Mount Carmel 26
     Salina Central 76, Great Bend 58
 Class 4A State Tournament
 Division I
 Semifinal
     Bishop Miege 64, Andover Central 52
     Wamego 52, KC Piper 39
 Division II
 Semifinal
     Frontenac 38, Holton 35
     Santa Fe Trail 46, Burlington 31
 Class 3A State Tournament
 Semifinal
     Hesston 42, Council Grove 27
     Lyons 48, Nemaha Valley 39
 Class 2A State Tournament
 Semifinal
     Central Plains 60, Meade 45
     Jefferson North 59, Washington County 42
 Class 1A State Tournament
 Division I
 Semifinal
     Hoxie 67, Osborne 43
     Valley Heights 54, St. Paul 41
 Division II
 Semifinal
     Baileyville-B&B 40, Dighton 37
     Golden Plains 52, Bucklin 49

    
 

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