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Tuesday HS Hoop Slate

A busy night of high school basketball throughout Southwestern Kansas awaits fans Tuesday night, as teams are fully back to action following the holiday break.

In one of the more intriguing contests on the boys side this evening, it'll be a rare non-conference rematch, as Walsh, CO heads into Johnson to take on Stanton County. The Eagles, who have been in and out of the CHSAA Class 1A Top 10 throughout the season, will look to pick up another close win on the road against the Trojans, who had an impressive road win themselves on Friday.

In girls action, maybe the marquee matchup involves a pair of Western Athletic Conference squads, as Garden City plays at No. 2 Liberal, in a battle which will determine who will be at the top of the conference in the first half of the conference schedule.

Please send us scores tonight - either e-mail ben@swkspreps.com to send box scores or game stats, by Twitter by messaging @SWKSPreps, or send a text to 620-277-9759.

By the way, we were supposed to have an audio stream available from the Walsh at Stanton County doubleheader, however due to an injury to Southwest Preps content editor Ben Catley, that broadcast had to be cancelled.

Tuesday's HS Basketball Schedule:

Syracuse at Moscow

Goodland at Colby

Sublette at Wichita County

Scott Community at Ulysses

Hugoton at Holcomb

Lakin at Cimarron

Elkhart at Deerfield

Walsh CO at Stanton County

Meade at SWH

Garden City at Liberal

Wallace County at Greeley County

St. Francis at Weskan

Rolla at Balko OK

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