BLUE RAPIDS — TheValley Heights girls blitzed the visiting Doniphan West Mustangs from beginning to end for a 64-42 victory on Friday night to stay undefeated. Mustangs’ sophomore Brandi Roepke led all scorers with 28 points, while junior Sidney Blackburn finished with 23 to combine for 51 of Valley
At Clay Center, the Red Raiders took a nine-point lead after the first quarter and didn’t look back on the road against the Tigers, leading by 11 at halftime and 12 after the third quarter to pick up an easy 46-27 victory. Kaylee and Lanie Page
At Troy, the Rams trailed by just three at halftime, but were outscored 13-1 in the third quarter to put the game away. Megan Plummer finished with a game-high 16 points, with Shelby Peter chipping in 10. Monique Sandquist had six points. Blue Valley hosts Washington County
At Alma, the Mustangs trailed by nine at halftime before playing mostly even in the second half against Wabaunsee. Sarah Altenhofen led with nine points, with Jacy Johnston adding eight. Rock Creek opens at Wamego after the break on Jan. 3.
At Clay Center, the Red Raiders took a 19-7 lead after the first quarter and cruised the rest of the way, taking a 32-point lead into the fourth quarter. Individual scoring was not available. Wamego hosts Rock Creek on Jan. 3.
At Troy, the Rams put together a furious fourth-quarter rally, outscoring Troy 24-13, but couldn’t quite finish it off. Blue Valley took a small lead to halftime, but was outscored 22-6 in the third quarter to create the deficit. Blue Valley was led by
At Alma, the Mustangs took a 20-6 lead after the first quarter and led 38-18 at halftime before leading by 40 heading into the fourth quarter. Ryan Schneider led Rock Creek with 18 points, with Nate Berard adding 11. Rock Creek travels to Wamego to open the second
FRANKFORT — A solid start, a late third quarter run and a game-high 16 points from Frankfort guard Lucas Adams weren’t enough to overcome two scoring droughts of more than 5 minutes as the Wildcats’ upset bid against the Baileyville B&B Falcons fell short, 36-29. “
You don’t have to be a basketball expert to know that converting 70 percent of your shots over the course of an entire game leads to good results. The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team did just that Friday night, shooting 28 of 40 from the floor in
Manhattan High girls’ basketball senior Darby Price has been good this year for the Indians, but through three games, had yet to have a complete game. With 23 points against the Emporia Spartans on Friday, Price was at her best. She finished the night 9 of 12 from
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