Wichita State women’s basketball team rewriting the record books as historic season continues.
Undefeated and overall No. 1 seed Kentucky will start the NCAA tournament in the Bluegrass State.
Kansas will open the NCAA Tournament as a No. 2 seed in the Midwest Regional against 15th-seeded New Mexico State.
Seventh-seeded Wichita State will face No. 10 Indiana in the Midwest Region of the NCAA Tournament on Friday in Omaha, Nebraska.
Kentucky’s chasing history, trying to become the first undefeated champion in March Madness since Indiana in 1976.
Wichita State beat Missouri State 85-71 on Sunday for its third straight Missouri Valley title.
St. John beat Central Plains 49-44 on Saturday for the Class 2A championship.
Hoxie currently holds the record for most consecutive wins among Kansas girls’ basketball programs.
Ericka Mattingly scored 16 points to lead Wichita South to 56-48 win over Maize for the girls’ 6A state title Saturday.
Wichita East beat Lawrence 58-43 on Saturday in the Class 6A championship.
Amy Scott scored 25 points and Dallie Hoskinson added 21 as Hugoton beat Baldwin 68-54 on Saturday.
Taylor Rolfs scored 11 points to win Central Plains the girls’ 2A state title with a 46-33 victory over Moundridge on Saturday.
Luke Schemm scored 19 points to lift Wallace County over Beloit-St. John in a 72-61 victory in the boys’ 1A-2 state title game.
Payton Stephens scored 24 points to lift McPherson to a 74-60 victory over Basehor-Linwood in the 4A-1 state title game Saturday.
Cami Richardson scored 18 points and had 7 assists to lead Hesston to a 54-40 victory over Cimarron .