CONCORDIA – Solomon High School’s Josh Burdine was named most valuable player in the North Central Kansas Boy’s Basketball All-State game played Saturday in Concordia.
Burdine scored a game high 24 points to lead the White Team to a 102-93 victory over the Black Team.
He had 13 points in the first half including a pair of threes.
Abilene High School’s Jacob Harms scored six points and also played for the White Team.
White Team 102, Black Team 93
Black Team 49 53 – 102
White Team 49 44 - 93
Black Team: Trent Olberding, Nemaha Valley 4, Caleb Palen, Beloit 8, Derek Stanley, Bennington 5, Alan Garcia, Concordia 12, Tony Chavez, Salina-Sacred Heart 8, Gabe Bergmann, Concordia 6, Quinton Isaacson, Pike Valley 3, Creighton Brinker, Nemaha Valley 13, Austin Budke, Beloit 20, Grady Brayton, Southern Cloud 6, Sam Koch, Southeast of Saline 9.
White Team: Trenton Kuhlman, Republic County 18, Zack Fief, Bennington 15, Joshua Pounds, Concordia 1, Levi Peter, Blue Valley 12, Wyatt Flinn, Rock Hills 16, Gary Hadachek, Republic County 3, Garrison Wright, Marysville 3, Jacob Harms, Abilene 6, Josh Burdine, Solomon 24, Chase Wilkens, Washington County 4.