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High School Basketball Sub-State Standings as of Feb. 22
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports
02/22/2021

It's hard to believe but just one full week remains in the high school basketball regular season with sub-state tournaments on the horizon. We have compiled the sub-state standings for all that involve area teams and will update the standings leading all the way up to the release of the sub-state brackets. Below are all the sub-state pairings/standings for the listening area teams with latest records as of action through Feb. 21. 

Sub-States are scheduled to take place for Class 1A, Feb. 25-26 with quarterfinals and wrap up with the semifinals and the remaining sub-states March 5-6. 

**All records are according to those reported to KSHSAA website and MSC Sports**

2021 Kansas High School Basketball Sub-State Standings: 

*Tie-breakers (Tie breaker policy listed below standings)

Class 4A Sub-State at Holton 

Girls Record Boys Record
Wamego 14-4 Wamego 13-4
Atchison 6-6 Holton 11-6
Hayden 8-9 Atchison 11-7
Holton 7-11 Hayden 4-13

Class 3A at Sabetha 

Girls Record Boys Record
Nemaha Central 17-1 Royal Valley 15-3
Sabetha 16-2 Marysville 14-3
Royal Valley 15-4 Pleasant Ridge 11-3
Jeff West 12-6 Nemaha Central 12-5
Hiawatha  10-9 Jeff West 7-8
Marysville 7-9 Hiawatha 4-14
Pleasant Ridge 5-7 Oskaloosa 2-11
Oskaloosa 4-10 Sabetha  2-16

Class 3A at Wellsville

Girls Record Boys Record
Osawatomie 14-2 Wellsville 13-3
Anderson County 11-2 Burlington 12-4
Bishop Ward 9-2 Perry Lecompton 10-7
Burlington  9-8 Anderson County 9-7
Perry Lecompton 4-14 Bishop Ward 7-8
Prairie View 3-11 Osawatomie 8-10
West Franklin  2-13 Prairie View 4-11
Wellsville 1-14 West Franklin 2-11

Class 2A at Valley Heights

Girls Record Boys Record
Valley Heights 14-1 Maur Hill 12-4
ACCHS 15-3 Valley Falls 12-4
Washington Co.  8-8 Riverside 13-5
MH-MA 7-10 Washington Co. 6-7
Horton 4-10 Valley Heights 6-9
Valley Falls 4-12 ACCHS 3-14
Riverside 4-14 Republic County 2-11
Republic County 3-12 Horton 1-12

Class 2A at Mission Valley

Girls Record Boys Record
Northern Heights 14-4 Jeff Co. North 13-3
Jeff Co. North 11-6 Mission Valley 11-6
Mission Valley 10-6 Heritage Christian 9-7
KC Christian 10-8 Wabaunsee 6-11
Wabaunsee 6-11 KC Christian 6-111
Heritage Christian 4-12 McLouth 5-10
Maranatha 2-11 Maranatha 2-9
McLouth 0-12 Northern Heights 1-14

Class 1A DI at Centralia 

Girls Record Boys Record
Jackson Heights 15-1 Clifton-Clyde 16-2
Doniphan West 15-3 Frankfort 12-5
Frankfort 15-3 Jackson Heights 8-8
Clifton-Clyde 10-9 Centralia 8-8
Centralia 9-9 Doniphan West 8-11
Onaga 4-13 Troy 7-11
Troy 4-14 Onaga 3-15

Class 1A DII at Axtell

Girls Record Boys Record
Hanover 13-5 Hanover 17-1
Wetmore  14-6 Wetmore 12-8
Linn 9-10 Pike Valley 6-5
Blue Valley 4-13 Axtell 9-10
Axtell 3-16 Blue Valley 4-13
Pike Valley 1-9 Linn 4-13

Tie-Breakers

1. Seeding shall be based strictly on percentage of wins and losses. To determine this percentage, divide the number of games won by the number of games played. (Only varsity competitions will count.) The team with the higher percentage will receive the higher seed. Byes in regular season games/tournaments (including league tournament) ARE NOT to be counted.Sub-State Seeding Criteria by KSHSAA

2. If two teams have an identical percentage, the tie will be broken as follows:

a. If the teams played each other, the one defeating the other a larger number of times will receive the seed.

b. If they have played each other and each has defeated the other team under consideration an identical number of times, go to step (c).

c. If two teams have the same percentage of wins and 1 or 2 will not resolve the tie, the team with the most wins will receive the better seed.

d. If the tie in (c) still remains, then a draw by lot will determine the team receiving the higher seed. (Use a person from your community as a witness.)

3. If three teams have an identical percentage, the tie will be broken as follows:
a. If one team has defeated the other two a larger number of times, it will receive the better seed.

b. If not, the manager will draw by lot for top seed, then the tie between the remaining two teams shall be broken by using procedures in (2). The procedure for draw by lot is to put the names of the teams tied into a hat and draw. The first one drawn will receive the highest seed.

4. In sub-state tournaments, teams receiving a bye will consider the bye as a win as it relates to their win-loss record for seeding purposes in subsequent tournaments.


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