Feb 04, 2020 5:40 PM

Monday night high school basketball scores

Posted Feb 04, 2020 5:40 PM

Monday's Scores

By The Associated Press

BOYS PREP BASKETBALL=

Abilene 52, Clay Center 45

Beloit 70, Minneapolis 55

Caney Valley 66, Coffeyville 41

Christ Preparatory Academy 79, Midland Adventist 63

Jayhawk Linn 52, Marmaton Valley 19

Jefferson West 57, Hiawatha 47

Lakin 78, Meade 55

Lyons 61, Sedgwick 51

Northern Heights 62, Council Grove 45

Phillipsburg 48, Stockton 44

Salina Sacred Heart 58, Ellsworth 39

Scott City 67, Holcomb 47

Topeka 55, Manhattan 53

University Academy, Mo. 99, Heritage Christian 38

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Logan 50, Golden Plains 29

Northern Valley 59, Cheylin 55

Wheatland-Grinnell 59, Weskan 53

GIRLS PREP BASKETBALL=

Beloit 44, Minneapolis 30

Blue Springs South, Mo. 79, KC Harmon 12

Clay Center 52, Abilene 41

Coffeyville 47, Caney Valley 39

Eudora 47, Louisburg 17

Jefferson West 47, Hiawatha 36

Mount Union, Pa. 38, Williamsburg 32

Perry-Lecompton 54, Riverside 42

Phillipsburg 64, Stockton 35

Salina Sacred Heart 51, Ellsworth 43

Scott City 66, Holcomb 53

St. Pius X (Kansas City), Mo. 60, KC Schlagle 47

University Academy, Mo. 34, Heritage Christian 30

West Platte, Mo. 44, Troy 41

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Cheylin 42, Western Plains-Healy 24

Golden Plains 71, Northern Valley 17

Logan 34, Palco 27

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Some high school basketball scores provided by Scorestream.com, https://scorestream.com/

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Feb 04, 2020 5:40 PM
KSU season ticket options announced for 2020 football season
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MANHATTAN, Kan. – Coming off an 8-5 campaign in the first season under head coach Chris Klieman – a year in which the Wildcats tied for third in the Big 12 and earned a bowl berth for the ninth time in the last 10 years – anticipation is building for K-State’s 2020 football season as athletics officials announced today a full menu of ticket options when season tickets go on sale on Wednesday, February 5.

The Wildcats host seven home games, including SEC opponent Vanderbilt, in-state rival Kansas, and Big 12 foes Texas, Texas Tech and Oklahoma State. K-State begins the season against 2019 bowl game winner Buffalo on Saturday, September 5, and hosts five home games in the first six weeks of the season.

Fans will again be offered a variety of choices with season ticket options starting at less than $22 per game. All season ticket prices in Bill Snyder Family Stadium remain unchanged for 2020, including $150 view level season tickets, $150 season tickets for young alumni and the $199 Mobile Flex Ticket.

New season ticket holders, or 2019 season ticket holders who wish to change their seat location or add additional seats, can select their seat from any season ticket location that was available at the end of last season. At 8:30 a.m., February 5, open locations will be available on a first-come, first-served basis to all fans, regardless of priority point status. Click here to preview the available inventory ahead of the February 5 on-sale.

Fans who order by the incentive deadline of March 1 will receive $10 off the $25 processing fee when ordering online in addition to a free gift of their choice between a free beer on the Goss Family South Tailgate Terrace, two free Section 28 tickets to the Oklahoma State game (limited 500 accounts), two free individual game GA tickets to a soccer, volleyball, women’s basketball and baseball game, or a free Chick-fil-A sandwich at the stadium.

Any locations that are currently occupied and dropped by 2019 season ticket holders during the renewal process will only be available during the online seat selection process in May at an appointment time designated in priority point order. Fans who renew or purchase 2020 season tickets by the April 17 priority deadline will be able to upgrade their location during this online seat selection process in May.

“We are looking forward to Coach Klieman’s second season and another exciting year of Wildcat Football as we host seven games in Manhattan,” Athletics Director Gene Taylor said. “Bill Snyder Family Stadium has always been a phenomenal atmosphere, and we are proud to provide our fans with various ticket options this coming season. We hope you can be a part of our gameday experience and continue to make K-State one of the best environments in all of college football.”

K-State fans will notice changes in the south end of Bill Snyder Family Stadium this fall as two new video boards will be installed this offseason in the southeast and southwest corners to mirror those in the north end zone. Construction to the new covered concourse, permanent concessions, restrooms and premium seating options in the south end will be ongoing next fall and will be ready in time for the 2021 season.

Fans interested in purchasing new season tickets can do so beginning February 5 online at www.k-statesports.com/tickets or by calling 1-800-221-CATS. Fans ordering their season tickets may again take advantage of a payment plan option at no extra cost. Those who renew before March 1 can elect to split the cost into five equal payments.

Annual promotional activities in 2020 include Ahearn Fund Appreciation Day and K-State Athletics Hall of Fame Weekend (Sept. 5 vs. Buffalo), University Family Day and Extra Yard for Teachers (Sept. 12 vs. North Dakota), Fort Riley Day (Sept. 19 vs. Vanderbilt), Harley Day (Oct. 3 vs. Texas), Homecoming and Cats for Cans (Oct. 10 vs. Kansas), Celebrate Ag (Nov. 7 vs. Texas Tech), and Senior Day and Varsity K Club Weekend (Nov. 21 vs. Oklahoma State).

For more information regarding tickets, contact the K-State Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800-221-CATS or visit www.k-statesports.com/tickets. A copy of the 2020 ticket brochure is available online now at k-statesports.com.

Looking ahead to the 2020 season, spring practices get underway on March 18, which culminates with a free open spring practice on Friday, April 17 at Bill Snyder Family Stadium in lieu of a traditional spring game. That weekend will also feature the annual Powercat Auction, which will be held Saturday night inside Bramlage Coliseum. K-State returns 10 starters – including six on defense – and 18 players overall who made at least one start in 2019.

– k-statesports.com –

Ryan Lackey

Assistant Athletics Director for Communications