Posted On: 03/26/20 11:37 PM

The opening round — and only round — of the Kansas 1A state championships opened on Wednesday with quarterfinal play at the United Wireless Arena in Dodge City.

Hanover defeated Otis-Bison 41-36; Central Plains ran away from Ingalls, 93-47; Centralia defeated Cunningham 48-46; and Olpe defeated Norwich 59-43.

On Thursday, KSHSAA announced the remaining state tournament games would not be played. Here, Prep Girls Hoops takes a look at several players who raised their profile at the event.

Kennedy Becker, 5’9, G/F, 2020, Centralia

An athletic forward who can run the floor and block shots. Becker he’s a talented player who has a lot of skills and good athleticism. She has a long frame as well and shoots a high-percentage shot around the glass. She just stays active and is always on the move and looking to contribute however she can. Becker had 21 points for the game, hitting 9-10 from the floor. 

Tianna LohseTiannaLohse5'8" | PFHanover | 2020StateKS, 5’9, G/F, 2020, Hanover

Lohse is a solid two-way player who is great at forcing turnovers and scoring on the move. She can play inside and around the basket but is also comfortable

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