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Piper results

Piper High School
Basketball at Salina (state tournament)
Varsity girls lost to McPherson, semifinal game, 38-54
Varsity girls defeated Circle, 3rd place, 66-39
Overall record, 23-2

CFL national qualifications
Abby Neal in extemporaneous speech
Sheridan Smith in oral interpretation of literature
Kara Evans in dramatic performance

Lawrence Free State results
Emmett Lockridge, DI 1st and POI 3rd
Isaia Wilcoxen, PRO 1st and qualified for the forensics coaches’ invitational
Jessica Hutchings, PRO 2nd and qualified for state champs
Chris Baumli, POE 3rd and qualified for the forensics coaches’ invitational
De’Avion Lynch, POE 4th and qualified for the forensics coaches’ invitational

– Information from Piper School District

High school basketball results

Boys results
Thursday, March 9
Class 5A
Schlagle 56, Salina Central 53 (first round of state tournament)

Wednesday, March 8
Class 4A, Division I
Andover Central 77, Piper 71 (first-round game, state tournament)

Upcoming boys state tournament game
Friday, March 10
Schlagle (17-6) vs. Wichita Heights (18-5) at 4:45 p.m. at Kansas Expocentre, Topeka, semfinal.

Girls results
Wednesday, March 8
Class 5A
Salina Central 58, Schlagle 47 (first-round game, state tournament)

Thursday, March 9
Class 4A, Division I
Piper 45, Abilene 34 (first-round game, state tournament)

Upcoming girls state tournament game
Friday, March 10
Piper (22-1) vs. McPherson (20-3) at 3 p.m. March 10 at Tony’s Pizza Events Center, Salina, Kansas

Five Piper students win leadership challenge event in Topeka

Five students from Piper High School won the Leadership Institute’s seventh annual Leadership Challenge Event last week at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas.

Piper High School was the champion in the high school division, followed by Derby High School in second place and Shawnee Heights High School in third place.

Derby High School also was recognized with an outstanding communication award, while Shawnee Heights was recognized for outstanding collaboration.

One hundred sixty-five students from 33 different high schools and colleges competed in the event, which had separate divisions for high schools and colleges.

The students from Piper High School who won the high school competition included Cara Bruce, Kara Evans, Abby Neal, Katie Sullivan and Mary Winzer.