Sharpen your pencil and find your bracket.
Here's your guide to sub-state basketball tournaments for Class 6A and area schools still alive.
Semifinals for the boys are tonight and semis for the girls are Friday. Sub-state finals are Saturday.
The 6A winners advance to Emporia next week, the 4A winners to Salina and the 3A winners to Hutchinson.
6A at Lawrence
Boys: Olathe South. At 17-3 and last year's state runner-up, the Falcons are the favorite. O-South has one of the best backcourts in the state in Brett McFall and T.J. Brown. Don't overlook Lawrence. Despite their up-and-down season, the Lions are always tough at home. Girls: Olathe South. The Falcons' lone loss in February was to top-ranked and unbeaten Olathe North.
6A at Blue Valley Northwest
Boys: Shawnee Mission North. Its 11-9 record is deceptive. The Indians have won five games in a row, including a six-point victory over co-Sunflower League champion Olathe South. Girls: Blue Valley Northwest.
6A at Leavenworth
Boys: Leavenworth. At 16-4, the Pioneers are the class of their field. Girls: Olathe North. Top-ranked and 20-0, the Eagles will roll.
6A at SM East
Boys: SM East. The Lancers won't be denied again. Girls: SM Northwest. At 16-4, the Cougars are five games better than the No. 2 seed.
6A at Garden City
Boys: Derby. Girls: Wichita Northwest. The Grizzlies are 18-2 while the other three teams are a combined 16-44.
6A at Junction City
Boys: Manhattan. The Indians closed the season with seven wins in a row. Wichita Southeast (18-2) is on the other side of the bracket and must face much-improved Junction City in the first round. Girls: Washburn Rural. The Junior Blues, unbeaten last season, want to defend the state crown.
6A at Wichita East
Boys: Wichita East. Featuring Korleone Young and Laverne Smith, the Aces are the team to beat at state. Girls: Maize.
6A at Wichita South
Boys: Wichita South. Even at 10-10, the defending state champ won't be easy to knock off on its home court. Girls: Dodge City.
4A at Hiawatha
Boys: Holton. The Wildcats are coming off a 92-56 romp of Atchison.
4A at Baldwin
Boys: Basehor-Linwood. The Bobcats have won eight of their last 10. They should meet defending state champ Gardner-Edgerton in the sub-state final.
Girls: Baldwin. Bulldog fans go ahead and make reservations in Salina. DeSoto's loss to Kansas City Piper removed any doubt.
4A at Spring Hill
Boys: Ottawa. The Cyclones, a state qualifier in 5A last year, have won four games in a row.
Girls: Osawatomie. Its 20-1 with the one loss coming to Baldwin.
3A at Eudora
Boys: Wellsville. The Eagles, who played primarily a 4A schedule, have met just two 3A opponents all season -- Eudora and McLouth. The Eagles beat Eudora, 59-51, on its home court in December. If Eudora beats Wellsville tonight, the Cardinals will be seeking their first state berth since 1952.
Girls: Eudora. The Cardinals are 18-3. The three losses are to Santa Fe Trail, Baldwin and Osawatomie -- all 4A teams with a combined 58-5 record.