Rick Peterson, Top Sports News Writer



HAYDEN (9-8, 3-5) at TOPEKA HIGH (3-15, 0-8)

JoeOttingWSE2Senior Joe Otting is coming off a 19-point, 10-rebound performance Tuesday night in Hayden's 56-45 Centennial League win over Junction City. [File photo/TSN]

Hayden will be looking for its third win of the week affter beating non-league foe Tonganoxie on Monday and taking a 56-45 home Centennial League win over Junction City Tuesday night. Senior Joe Otting led the Wildcats with 19 points and 10 rebounds against Junction City while senior Jake Muller added 13 points. Topeka High is coming off a 61-35 league loss to Washburn Rural, with senior Mason Gomez scoring 12 points to lead the Trojans. Hayden will be playing Topeka High for the third time this season, with the Wildcats taking 67-57 and 64-47 wins in the earlier two games.

AronDavisWest4Senior Aron Davis scored 25 points, 21 in the second half, as Seaman took a 56-50 UKC road win at Leavenworth. [File photo/TSN]

BASEHOR-LINWOOD (6-11, 5-8) at SEAMAN (10-7, 7-6)

Seaman has won three straight games after a 56-50 United Kansas Conference decision over Leavenworth on Tuesday. Senior Aron Davis led the Vikings with 25 points against Leavenworth, including 21 points in the second half. Seaman took a 48-39 UKC win over Basehor-Linwood in the first meeting between the Vikings and the Bobcats.

TreRichardsonWSE 2Senior Tre Richardson scored 25 points in Highland Park's 80-51 win over Atchison Tuesday night. [File photo/TSN]

 KC-SUMNER (10-8, 7-4) at HIGHLAND PARK (16-0, 8-0)

Despite playing without senior starters Bo Aldridge and Quentin Adams for undisclosed reasons, top-ranked (Class 5A) Highland Park rolled to an 80-51 home Meadowlark Conference win over top-ranked (4A) Atchison on Tuesday. Senior Tre Richardson led Highland Park with 25 points while junior Tamir Anderson scored 15 points on five 3-pointers, sophomore Jacorey Robinson 14 points and senior Jahmir Kingcannon nine points on three 3-pointers. 

KC- BISHOP WARD (15-3, 7-1) at CAIR PARAVEL LATIN (8-10, 3-5)

Cair Paravel Latin is coming off a 48-45 Kaw Valley Conference victory over Maranatha Academy while Ward is coming off a 67-52 league loss to Heritage Christian. The Cyclones took a 75-55 Kaw Valley decision over Cair Paravel in an earlier game.

ROCK CREEK (10-7, 5-3) at SILVER LAKE (5-12, 4-4)

Silver Lake was off Tuesday after a 58-41 Mid-East League win over Rossville last Friday while Rock Creek is coming off a 70-42 non-league win over Chapman. Freshman Dayne Johnson paced Silver Lake with a game-high 16 points against Rossville while senior Troy Heiman added 14 points and junior Elijah Lopez 13. Rock Creek and Silver Lake will be playing for the third time this season, with the Mustangs taking 52-33 and 60-55 wins in the earlier two meetings.

JackBachelorSMNWSenior Jack Bachelor led 11 Washburn Rural scorers with 12 points  in Tuesday's 61-35 win over Topeka High. [File photo/TSN]

WASHBURN RURAL (14-4, 7-1) at MANHATTAN (10-8, 4-4)

Centennial League-leading Washburn Rural, No. 10-ranked in Class 6A, is coming off a 61-35 home win over Topeka High while Manhattan dropped a 44-40 league decision to Emporia. Eleven players scored for Washburn Rural in the win over Topeka High, led by senior Jack Bachelor with 12 points. Manhattan handed Washburn Rural its lone league loss earlier in the season, with the Indians taking a 60-58 win over the Junior Blues.

SHAWNEE HEIGHTS (13-4, 10-3) at KC-TURNER (1-15, 0-12)

Shawnee Heights improved to 13-4 with a 66-54 home United Kansas Conference victory over Lansing on Tuesday while Turner is coming off a 67-30 UKC loss to Basehor-Linwood. Junior Brennon Dodge led Shawnee Heights with 20 points against Lansing while sophomore Jaret Sanchez added 17 points. Shawnee Heights took a 67-41 league win over Turner in the first meeting between the T-Birds and the Bears.

ROSSVILLE (6-12, 2-6) at RILEY COUNTY (5-12, 1-7)

Rossville is coming off a 60-49 Mid-East League loss to Wabaunsee while Riley County took a 48-34 non-league decision over Council Grove in its last game. Sophomore Tayson Horak scored 20 points with four 3-pointers for Rossville against Wabaunsee. Rossville took a 52-33 win over the Falcons earlier in the season.