Marmaton Valley, Humboldt and Uniontown High Schools’ basketball team found out Wednesday the seedings and pairings for next week’s Kansas Class 2A Substate Basketball Tournament.
Oswego High hosts the substate tournament semifinals and finals Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The championship games are at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. next Saturday.
To get to those, area teams will play opening-round games Monday and Tuesday. Girls’ semifinals are Thursday and boys’ semifinals are Friday.
Uniontown High’s girls and the Humboldt High boys were the highest seeded area teams. Both were awarded the No. 4 spot in their respective brackets.
Uniontown’s girls (13-7) host Sedan (11-8) at 7 p.m. Monday. The top seed in the girls’ division is Pittsburg St. Mary’s-Colgan (16-3) which hosts eighth-seeded Humboldt (0-19) at 7 p.m. Monday.
The winners of those two games meet in the semifinals Thursday.
Marmaton Valley High’s girls and boys were No. 7 and No. 8, respectively, in their brackets. That means they are on the road for the first round. They both head to Oswego on Monday.
Oswego High’s boys (16-3) took the top seed and hosts the Marmaton Valley boys (6-14) at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The Oswego girls (14-5) are the No. 2 seed and host Marmaton Valley’s girls (5-15) at 6 p.m. Monday.
The other first-round match up for the girls’ division is No. 6 West Elk (5-14) at No. 3 Jayhawk-Linn (14-6) on Monday. That winner takes on the winner of Marmaton Valley-Oswego in the semifinals.
Humboldt’s boys (11-8) host West Elk (10-10) at
7 p.m. Tuesday. The winner plays the winner of the Oswego-Marmaton Valley game in the semifinals.
Pittsburg-Colgan’s boys (16-3) are the No. 2 seed and host Jayhawk-Linn (6-14) Tuesday. Uniontown High’s boys (8-12) got the No. 6 seed and travels to No. 3 Sedan (12-7) Tuesday. Winners of these two games play in the semifinals.
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