High School District Basektball Finals

Highlights and scores from district finals and opening rounds.

Posted: Feb 24, 2018 11:03 PM
Updated: Feb 24, 2018 11:05 PM

Saturday saw a busy day full of high school basketball. 

Class one district 15: (Boys) North Andrew 49-St. Joseph Christian 41. (Girls) North Andrew 58-King City 47.

Class two district 16: (Boys) Mid-Buchanan 58-Plattsburg 49. (Girls) Mid-Buchanan 69-King City 57.

Class three district 16: (Boys) Maryville 62-Penney 49. (Girls) Trenton 68-Penney 66 OT.

Class four district 16: (Boys) Kirksville 58-Savannah (4-16) 48. Cameron 55-Benton 58. (Girls) Lafayette (15-8) 39-Cameron (6-18) 35. Chillicothe 31-Kirksville 26.

Class five district 16: (Boys) Central 51-Winnetonka 44.

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