Live Monday: Bonner Springs girls host Perry-Lecompton in sub-state first round

Senior Erin Marx wrestles for a possession Tuesday against Piper. Bonner Springs erased a halftime deficit to remain perfect at 13-0. Over the weekend, the Braves won the Top Gun Tournament — also in come-from-behind fashion — defeating Spring Hill, 48-40, in the championship. Enlarge photo

February 27, 2012

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Girls 4A state first round game: Bonner Springs vs. Pratt, 4:45 p.m., March 7

Listen to the Bonner Springs girls vie for their first state title, beginning with the tournament's first round contest against Pratt at 4:45 p.m. Wednesday. Broadcast courtesy of

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A one-point loss to Mill Valley on Feb. 10 wasn't enough to derail the Bonner Springs girls basketball team's hopes for a No. 1 seed in the 4A sub-state tournament, thanks to four-straight victories.

The Braves (19-1) will host Perry-Lecompton (5-15) at 7 p.m. on Monday in the tournament's first round. A live broadcast of the game can be found in the video above.

The girls defeated rival Basehor-Linwood on Friday, 44-24, in a game that saw a 14-13 halftime score. Yessenia Hernandez scored more than 18 points for the second straight game in the victory.

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