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Meade Girls Drop Third Place Game
03/17/2014

Washington County rallied past the Meade girls 61-58 Saturday afternoon in the third place game of the 2A State Basketball Tournament at Manhattan.  Meade led after three quarters but had 27 turnovers as the lead slipped away.  Bailey Olvera had 16 points and Jaylin Stapleton scored 10.  Meade finishes 20-6. 

Saturday's Scores
 By The Associated Press
 BOYS' BASKETBALL
 Class 6A State Tournament
 Third Place
     Wichita East 65, Maize 60
 Championship
     BV Northwest 73, BV North 46
 Class 5A State Tournament
 Third Place
     Wichita Heights 51, Hays 49
 Championship
     Lansing 48, Highland Park 27
 Class 4A State Tournament
 Division I
 Third Place
     Paola 72, El Dorado 57
 Championship
     McPherson 57, Topeka Hayden 40
 Division II
 Third Place
     Andale 72, Concordia 66
 Championship
     Eudora 71, Scott City 58
 Class 3A State Tournament
 Third Place
     Nemaha Valley 57, Riverton 51
 Championship
     Hesston 59, Beloit 54
 Class 2A State Tournament
 Third Place
     Olpe 61, Pittsburg Colgan 39
 Championship
     St. John 71, Plainville 58
 Class 1A State Tournament
 Division I
 Third Place
     Valley Heights 74, Spearville 54
 Championship
     Marais des Cygnes Valley 50, Hoxie 36
 Division II
 Third Place
     Baileyville-B&B 55, Chetopa 36
 Championship
     St. John's Beloit-Tipton 60, Wallace County 58
 GIRLS' BASKETBALL
 Class 6A State Tournament
 Third Place
     Olathe South 56, Manhattan 53
 Championship
     Wichita South 47, Maize 35
 Class 5A State Tournament
 Third Place
     Kapaun Mount Carmel 58, Great Bend 49
 Championship
     Leavenworth 64, Salina Central 53
 Class 4A State Tournament
 Division I
 Third Place
     Andover Central 61, KC Piper 43
 Championship
     Bishop Miege 57, Wamego 41
 Division II
 Third Place
     Holton 50, Burlington 33
 Championship
     Santa Fe Trail 58, Frontenac 54, OT
 Class 3A State Tournament
 Third Place
     Nemaha Valley 43, Council Grove 34
 Championship
     Hesston 46, Lyons 36
 Class 2A State Tournament
 Third Place
     Washington County 61, Meade 58
 Championship
     Central Plains 47, Jefferson North 45
 Class 1A State Tournament
 Division I
 Third Place
     Osborne 48, St. Paul 40
 Championship
     Hoxie 71, Valley Heights 51
 Division II
 Third Place
     Dighton 45, Bucklin 33
 Championship
     Baileyville-B&B 59, Golden Plains 40

    
 

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