At Rossville, Wamego had no trouble taking care of the Bulldogs, taking a 14-point lead to halftime and adding to it in the third before calling off the dogs in the fourth. Lanie Page had 23 points, while Allison Seufert finished .
At Pawnee City, the Wildcats led for three quarters against Pawnee City, but couldn’t come up with the victory, allowing their opponent to rally in the fourth score and win. Frankfort led by five points heading into the final .
At Rossville, the Red Raiders rebounded nicely from its Thursday loss to Rock Creek with a win over Rossville, taking a seven-point lead to halftime and outscoring the Bulldogs by 15 in the second half to pull away. Wamego (1-1) was .
At Clay Center, Rock Creek routed the Tigers, getting a game-high 27 points from Carson Becker in a game that was never close after the first quarter. Also in double figures for Rock Creek was Nate Berard with 12 and Caleb Rogge .
At Pawnee City, the Frankfort Wildcats dropped their season opener in lopsided fashion, despite playing close in the first two quarters. Frankfort (0-1) trailed by eight at halftime, but watched the deficit grow to double-digits by the end of the .
At Flush, the Red Raiders started their season strong with a rivalry win over Rock Creek, taking control early and leading 34-10 at the end of the third quarter. The game ended with a running clock. Individual scoring was not .
At Flush, Rock Creek came out on the winning end of a back-and-forth game against its Pottawatomie County rival, despite struggling to put the game away from the free-throw line in the final minute. Wamego led 52-51 on a Dillon .
At Randolph, Riley County jumped out to a 23-point halftime lead and never looked back against Blue Valley in the two teams’ season opener. Alex Sager led the Falcons with 12 points, while Brice Brummett, Nick Serrano and Zach Richard each .
At Centralia, Valley Heights dropped its season opener in overtime to the Panthers, giving up a big second-half lead in the process. The Mustangs led 31-22 at halftime, but scored just 13 points combined in the second half to allow Centralia .
When it is cold outside, I have to put on extra layers of clothing or go inside to stay warm. Plants don’t have this option and must move water in and out of their cells to survive. A well .
As part of a new conflict resolution program, Kansas State University students are becoming eligible for state approval as mediators and are helping families and Kansas communities. The College of Human Ecology’s School of Family Studies and Human Services .
About 50 percent of dogs and 33 percent of cats 10 years and older will develop cancer. A Kansas State University veterinarian says depending upon the type of cancer, it may be very treatable. Mary Lynn Higginbotham, assistant professor of oncology in the .
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