AREA HOOPS ROUNDUP (March 2, 2016)

Canton-Galva?The Eagles hosted Little River to conclude the regular season Tuesday.

The girls won, 51-34. Kelli Nightingale led all scorers with 22 points. Cassidy Enns scored 15.

The boys won, 56-37.

The girls (11-9) are the No. 3 seed in the Class 2A sub-state hosted by Ell-Saline and were scheduled to host No. 6 Inman (7-13) Monday at 7 p.m.

Additional teams in the field are No. 2 Berean Academy (15-5), who will host No. 7 Ell-Saline (7-13); No. 1 Moundridge (17-3) will host No. 8 Little River (4-16); and No. 4 Hillsboro (10-10) will host No. 5 Herington (10-10).

Semifinal games are scheduled for March 3, and the finals for March 5, all at Ell-Saline.

The Eagles (10-10) are the No. 5 seed and will play at No. 4 Inman (10-10) Tuesday.

Also in the field are No. 1 Berean Academy (19-1), who will host No. 8 Herington (1-19); No. 2 Moundridge (14-6) will host No. 7 Ell-Saline (2-18), and No. 3 Hillsboro (13-7) will host No. 6 Little River (9-11).

Semifinal games are scheduled for March 4, and the finals for March 5, all at Ell-Saline.

Centre?The Cougars played at Peabody-Burns to conclude the regular season Tuesday.

The girls won, 46-31. The boys won, 70-57.

The girls (5-14) are the No. 5 seed in the Class 1A, Division I sub-state hosted by Wakefield. Centre was to play No. 4 Clifton-Clyde (7-13) Tuesday. The winner will face No. 1 Hanover (14-6), who has a first-round bye, in the semifinals March 4.

The other side of the bracket features No. 2 Wakefield (8-11) and No. 3 Rural Vista (7-12), both with first-round byes.

Semifinal games are scheduled for March 4, and the finals for March 5, all at Wakefield.

The boys (6-13) are the No. 4 seed and faced No. 5 Clifton-Clyde (5-15) Tuesday. The winner will play No. 1 Hanover (16-4), who has a first-round bye, March 3 in the semifinals.

On the other side of the bracket, No. 2 Wakefield (13-6) and No. 3 Rural Vista (11-8) both have first-round byes.

Semifinal games are scheduled for March 3, and the finals for March 5, all at Wakefield.

Goessel?The Bluebirds split two games with Berean Academy Tuesday. The girls won, 67-52. The boys lost, 64-27.

The girls (18-2) are the No. 1 seed in the Class 1A, Division I sub-state hosted by Lebo and will have a first-round bye.

Goessel will await the winner of No. 5 Peabody-Burns (2-18) and No. 4 Melvern-Marais Des Cygnes Valley (8-11).

The other side of the bracket features No. 4 Waverly (17-2) and No. 3 Lebo (9-10), both with first-round byes.

Semifinal games are scheduled for March 4, and the finals for March 5, all at Lebo.

The boys (9-11) are the No. 3 seed in the Class 1A, Division I sub-state hosted by Lebo.

The Bluebirds will have a first-round bye, and will play No. 2 Melvern-Marais Des Cygnes Valley, also with a first-round bye, March 3 in the semifinals.

No. 5 Peabody-Burns (0-20) faced No. 4 Waverly (5-14) at Lebo. The winner will play No. 1 Lebo (13-6) in the semifinals March 3.

The finals are scheduled for March 5.

Peabody-Burns?The Warriors lost a pair of games to Centre to conclude the regular season. The girls lost, 43-31. The boys lost, 70-57.

The girls (2-18) are the No. 5 seed in the Class 1A, Division I sub-state hosted by Lebo.

Peabody-Burns played No. 4 Melvern-Marais Des Cygnes Valley (8-11) Tuesday. The winner will play No. 1 Goessel (18-2)?March 4 in the semifinals.

The other side of the bracket features No. 4 Waverly (17-2) and No. 3 Lebo (9-10), both with first-round byes.

Semifinal games are scheduled for March 4, and the finals for March 5, all at Lebo.

The boys (0-20) are the No. 5 seed in the Class 1A, Division I sub-state hosted by Lebo.

The Warriors faced No. 4 Waverly (5-14) at Lebo Tuesday. The winner will play No. 1 Lebo (13-6) in the semifinals March 3.

No. 3 Goessel (9-11) had a first-round bye, and will play No. 2 Melvern-Marais Des Cygnes Valley, also with a first-round bye, March 3 in the semifinals.

The finals are scheduled for March 5.

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