Wamego will open sub-state play next week.
The boys play first. As top seed (13-5) they will host Hayden (4-14) the fourth seed at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 2. If they win, they will face either second seed Holton (12-7) or third seed Atchison (11-8) at 7 p.m., Friday, March. 5, for the championship.
As the top seeded team in the tournament, if Wamego wins the first game, they will host the championship game.
The girls are also the top seed in the tournament with a 14-5 record. They will host fourth seed Hayden (8-10) at 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 3. If they win, the will face either second seed Atchison (8-6) or third seed Holton (9-11) at 7 p.m., Saturday, March 6, for the championship.
Like the boys, as the top seeded team in the tournament, if Wamego wins the first game, they will host the championship game.
Wamego and visiting basketball participants for the 12 players, two managers, and three coaches on the sub-state roster will be allowed six parents/guardian/family members each.
Other Wamego participants -- pep band, cheerleaders, Dazzlers -- will be allowed two parents/guardians/family members each.
Additionally, two spectators are allowed for each visiting cheerleader.
Each school will be allowed a 15 members student section.
All covid prevention measures -- masks, social distancing, temperature checks --- apply.
KSHSAA Sub-State ticket prices are $7, adults; $5 students. No passes allowed.