At Kansas Expocentre, Topeka
3 p.m.: St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Lansing
No. 1 Lansing (22-1) — This marks the fifth time in the last six seasons the Lions are at state. Lansing enters unblemished with a 21.8 average margin of victory with only three games decided by single points. Senior Joe Schneider (16 points) leads a high-octane offense, which includes Zach Jackson and Khalil Bailey. But Lansing has to prove this team is reminiscent of last year’s team, which played in the title game, and not the four previous teams, all of which failed to medal.
4:45: Wichita Heights vs. Eisenhower
6:30: Salina Central vs. Hays
8:15: KC Washington vs. Highland Park
Lansing-Aquinas winner vs. Eisenhower-Wichita Heights winner, 4:45 p.m.
Hays-Salina Central winner vs. Highland Park-KC Washington winner, 8:15
Third-place game, 2 p.m.
Championship game, 6:15
Highland Park over Eisenhower