High school basketball results from Wednesday

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BOYS PREP BASKETBALL(equals)

   BV North 56, Blue Valley 52

   Chapman 63, Pratt 39

   Class 4A Sub-State(equals)

   First Round(equals)

   Abilene 41, Buhler 39

   Anderson County 57, Louisburg 35

   Augusta 64, Clearwater 46

   Bishop Miege 88, Atchison 54

   Chanute 50, Ottawa 36

   Chapman 63, Pratt 39

   Circle 78, Ulysses 72

   Coffeyville 72, Osawatomie 42

   Independence 64, Iola 41

   KC Piper 69, Paola 34

   Nickerson 51, Wamego 43

   Parsons 65, Fort Scott 51

   Rose Hill 64, Topeka Hayden 36

   Tonganoxie 32, Eudora 28

   Wichita Trinity 53, Mulvane 37

   Class 6A Sub-State(equals)

   First Round(equals)

   Derby 62, Topeka 26

   Garden City 48, Liberal 30

   Gardner-Edgerton 71, Wichita East 65

   KC Harmon 54, SM North 44

   Lawrence 75, Wichita South 34

   Lawrence Free State 66, Junction City 35

   Washburn Rural 55, Hutchinson 31

   Wichita Campus 75, Dodge City 46

   Wichita Southeast 68, Manhattan 48

   GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL(equals)

   Washburn Rural 53, Hutchinson 20

   Class 5A Sub-State(equals)

   First Round(equals)

   BV Southwest 54, St. James Academy 25

   DeSoto 49, Pittsburg 36

   Goddard 50, Salina South 25

   Hays 62, Kapaun Mount Carmel 48

   KC Schlagle 60, Bonner Springs 32

   KC Sumner 54, Basehor-Linwood 48

   Lansing 61, Highland Park 45

   Maize 50, Wichita Northwest 10

   Maize South 82, Arkansas City 25

   McPherson 62, Andover 49

   Salina Central 70, Andover Central 56

   Spring Hill 46, Shawnee Heights 38

   St. Thomas Aquinas 69, Topeka West 20

   Topeka Seaman 49, Emporia 42

   Wichita Bishop Carroll 50, Newton 39

   Wichita Heights 60, Goddard-Eisenhower 31
 

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