Posted On: 03/20/20 8:00 PM

The Kansas 4A state championships were short lived in Kansas as the Kansas High School Activities Association announced on Thursday the remaining state tournament games will not be played following a single quarterfinal round of play.

Here, Prep Girls Hoops takes a look at several players who stood out at the event, with a look here at several senior guards. 

To recap the quarterfinal scores, Nickerson beats Buhler, 63-36; KC Piper 63 got past Baldwin 48; Clay Center Community defeated Eudora, 47-42; and Bishop Miege defeated Chapman 60-45.

Grace Banes, 5’7, G, 2020, Piper

Banes was able to find her rhythm early from distance and she had no intention of taking her foot off the accelerator. She looked to shoot in transition and also in half-court settings. Banes is quick and creates but is good at shooting quickly after the catch. She led scoring in Piper’s win over Balwin with 20 points hitting 6-7 from 3-point range. Banes also played incredible defense.

Clara EdwardsClaraEdwards6'0" | PFClay Center | 2021StateKS, 6’0, F, 2021, Clay Center

A terrific two-way player who can run things inside and stretch the floor at times.

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