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Kansas State Reps

We're excited to extend a warm "State" welcome to our newest State Tournament Reps listed below.  Each Rep will attend official, weekend  State Qualifier tournaments to award Golden Ticket invites to the top two finishing teams at each grade and to answer any questions from coaches and families.  Please say "hello" when you see them!

Ealy Bell
Ealy grew up in Wichita and played basketball at Wichita Heights High School. His team won two state championships, kept a 62-game winning streak, and earned the number one spot on Sports Center for a game-winning shot. He currently works as a site lead for baller Tv and travels the Midwest creating video content of top amateur talent. When he isn’t watching or playing basketball, he spends his time playing the saxophone and piano, and volunteering at the local middle and elementary schools.

Mark Anderson 
Mark resides in Olathe, KS. He played division 1 basketball at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, PA, where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in sports management.  He started his collegiate career at Coffeyville Community College in Coffeyville, KS and was inducted into their basketball hall of fame in 2018.  He's coached at the college and high school levels in the Kansas City area, and now runs a youth basketball club.

Hannah Morrical
Hannah is originally from Lindsborg, Kansas and now resides in Wichita.  She graduated from Wichita State University in May 2018 with a Bachelors in Education and in July 2019 with a Masters in Sport Management.  Hannah has worked for and volunteered at many different sport organizations/events in Wichita and in her hometown.  She currently works for Wichita Public Schools as a math teacher. 

Kylee Gragg-Hartzell
Kylee had an active upbringing. Born in Wichita and raised in Minneapolis, KS, she was immersed in sports and spent her undergraduate college years as a Varsity softball player and intramural basketball player. After receiving her undergraduate degree in Physical Education with a minor in coaching, she began her master’s degree in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation at Emporia State University. Between degrees, she spent two years coaching basketball at the Junior High level in her hometown of Minneapolis. Outside of her state rep duties, Kylee works as a Landscape Assistant, and enjoys playing slow pitch softball, engaging in outdoor activities including fishing and hunting, and spending time with her dogs and her family.

John Giffin
John has a bachelor of science in Business Organizational Leadership from Central Christian College of Kansas and is pursuing his Masters in Sports Administration. John started playing basketball in 1987. He played through high school at Eureka High School and then served as a Student Broadcaster and  a Video Contractor for Butler Community College Basketball. John also has experience as an assistant coach and head coach. Outside of work, John substitute teaches and continues to coach basketball. He is a big college football and basketball fan, loves watching movies and spending time with his family. 

Levy Moreno
Levy is from Syracuse, Kansas and played basketball throughout high school. He graduated from Fort Hayes State University in 2019 with a degree in Health and Human Performance with an emphasis in Recreation and Sports Management. He has volunteered with his hometowns youth basketball programs and has also coached youth basketball for two years. 


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