Tuesday, April 28, 2015



Frankfort, Valley Heights split; Wamego sweeps



Staff reports

At Frankfort, the Wildcats (10-7, 5-4 Twin-Valley) trailed by five heading into the fourth quarter, but outscored Valley Heights (11-5, 7-2) 22-11 in the final quarter to win 62-56 after playing from behind all night.

The Mustangs took a 16-8 lead in the first quarter and maintained their lead until late in the game.

Lucas Adams led with 19 points, while Adam Kenworthy added 17 for Frankfort. The Trimble brothers combined for 28 points for Valley Heights, while Charles Musil added 13.

CONCORDIA 68, RILEY CO. 38

At Riley, the Falcons (3-13, 1-6 Mid-East) struggled against Concordia (11-5, 5-2 NCKL) on Tuesday, facing a 42-16 halftime deficit in a game that was never close.

Bryce Chavis and Joel Marienau each scored nine points to lead the Falcons.

 

ROCK CREEK 62, MARYSVILLE 56

At Marysville, Rock Creek (13-2, 7-0 Mid-East) outscored Marysville (7-10, 1-6 NCKL) 22-17 in the fourth quarter to preserve the win on Tuesday.

Rock Creek got 25 points from Ryan Schneider. Marysville got 16 points from Brandon Griffee.

 

WAMEGO 57, CHAPMAN 33

At Wamego, the Red Raiders (12-4, 5-1 NCKL) led 21-10 at halftime and extended that lead through the final two quarters to beat Chapman (6-10, 2-5).

James Page led Wamego with 12 points, while Isaac Poe finished with 10.

 

CLIFTON-CLYDE 57, BLUE VALLEY 48

At Randolph, Clifton-Clyde (4-12, 1-7 Twin-Valley) got a road win against Blue Valley (2-14, 1-8) on Tuesday. Individual scoring was not available.

 

Girls

VALLEY HEIGHTS 59, FRANKFORT 35

At Frankfort, Valley Heights (12-4, 8-1 Twin-Valley) built an 11-point halftime lead and cruised through the second half in a road win against Frankfort (10-6, 5-4).

Brandi Roepke scored a game-high 24 points, with Sidney Blackburn scoring 15 for Valley Heights. Frankfort was led Jessa Jones’ 11 points, with Josie Hale adding eight points.

 

RILEY CO. 36, CONCORDIA 24

At Riley, the Falcons (11-5, 5-1 Mid-East) used a dominant first quarter, outscoring Concordia (3-12, 1-5 NCKL) 16-2 in the opening quarter and maintaining a lead the rest of the way.

Makayla Vargo led Riley County with 15 points, while Katelyn Thomson added nine.

 

MARYSVILLE 46, ROCK CREEK 38

At Marysville, Rock Creek got a rematch from the third-place game of the Hiawatha Invitational in January, with Marysville again coming out on top. Marysville (12-5, 5-2 NCKL) took a two-point lead to halftime and outscored Rock Creek (5-10, 3-4 Mid-East) 13-10 in each of the final two quarters to win.

Megan Srna scored 15 points for Rock Creek, while Abi Degenhardt scored 15 and Tristan Wicks scored 14 for the Bulldogs.

 

WAMEGO 69, CHAPMAN 20

At Wamego, the Red Raiders (15-1, 6-0 NCKL) had no trouble taking care of business against Chapman (3-13, 0-7), outscoring the Fighting Irish 21-1 in the first quarter while continuing to build its lead as the game went on.

Lanie Page outscored Chapman on her own with 27 points, while Kaylee Page added 18.

 

BLUE VALLEY 41, CLIFTON-CLYDE 37, OT

At Randolph, the Rams (2-14, 1-8 Twin-Valley) got its first league win and just its second overall win of the season in an overtime home win against Clifton-Clyde (5-11, 1-7). Individual scoring was not available.

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