Posted On: 03/19/20 12:00 PM

The Kansas 5A 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 junior wings and forwards. 

To recap the quarterfinal scores, McPherson (1) beat Basehor-Linwood (8), 59-44; Aquinas (4) beats Maize South (5), 62-35; Andover Central (2) beat De Soto (7), 61-52; and Topeka-Seaman (3) beat Maize (6), 54-44.

Sydney HolmesSydneyHolmes5'9" | CGMaize | 2021StateKS, 5’9, G/F, 2021, Maize

Holmes is a two-way wing style player who can play on the perimeter and get inside and make some moves. She has a strong frame and is listed at 5-9 and shows good length and strength for Maize. Holmes was strong against Seaman, showing her range in popping out and scoring consecutive 3-pointers near the top of the key. A player who continues to improve.

Baylee Miller, 5’9, F, 2021, Maize

A nice defensive player inside who looks to contest shots and keep opponents out of the

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