Girls basketball: Class B state tourney filled with teams with little experience in losing
The Class B girls basketball state tournament field is set and it is about as predictable as it could get. Only Vici, which has 10 losses, is something of a surprise. No, this is one loaded field: Six of the eight teams have four losses or less.
Class B Girls
No. 1 Cyril (22-3): Last year’s Class B runner-up has played brutally tough schedule and excelled. Friday’s win was the team’s fourth win over an opponent ranked second or higher.
No. 2 Hammon (26-1): Making return trip to state tourney, with ability to go further than first round this season
No. 3 Moss (24-2): Making second straight appearance at state after earning first berth in 12 years last season.
No. 4 Caney (29-1): After being stunned in regionals after a 26-3 season last year, the Cougars’ five returning starters came through with a state berth this time around.
No. 5 Frontier (19-8): Looking for third state title since 2003.
No. 6 Forgan (25-2): Three starters came back after team had 20 wins last year but didn’t make state. A year later, they’re in state tourney for first time since 2004.
No. 10 Boynton (25-4): Five starters returned from last year to try to bring first title to school.
No. 13 Vici (21-10): One-point win prevented Lomega from making state for fourth straight season.
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