At Flush, the Rock Creek Mustangs couldn’t overcome a slow start in a 46-33 loss to Council Grove on Friday. The Mustangs fell behind 13-3 after the first quarter and trailed 24-13 by halftime. Rock Creek pulled within 10 points after the third quarter, but
At Alma, Valley Heights gained an early lead and continued to extend it on the way to a 73-45 win over Wabaunsee. The Mustangs picked up their third win of the season and are 3-0.
At Washington, Frankfort didn’t have enough to keep up with Washington County in a 67-44 loss on Friday. It was a 24-16 lead for Washington County in the first quarter, and Frankfort was outscored 19-6 in the second period. The Wildcats never recovered.
At Riley, Bryce Chavis scored 11 points and was the only Riley County player in double figures as the Falcons lost to Silver Lake, 50-36. Silver Lake led 16-2 after the first quarter and 31-8 by halftime. The Falcons won the second half 28-19, but couldn’
At Washington, Frankfort for a 28-point performance out of Calahan Brown, but it wasn’t enough in a 45-41 loss to Washington County. It was a 12-10 Washington County lead in the first quarter, but the Wildcats led 22-21 at halftime. Washington County went ahead 34
At Flush, Rock Creek won its second game of the season with a 61-27 win over Council Grove at home on Friday night. The Mustangs went to 2-1 on the season. While Council Grove fell to 1-2 in its three contests.
At Alma, The Valley Heights Mustangs used a 22-11 halftime lead to ease to a 53-45 win on Friday on the road. Valley Heights pushed its lead out to 37-21 in the third quarter before Wabaunsee scored 24 in the fourth to make a comeback.
Rodney McGruder might have Angel Rodriguez to thank for Kansas State’s 65-62 win over George Washington in his homecoming to Washington D.C. Although McGruder scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, Rodriguez scored 14 of his team-high 17 points in the second half to help the Wildcats
The K-State women’s basketball team returns to Bramlage Coliseum today at 2 p.m. to take on the South Dakota Coyotes. South Dakota (4-5) travels to Manhattan fresh off a 90-35 win over Dakota State. The Wildcats (6-0) are also coming off of a win,
K-State track and field got its season underway on Friday with the annual Carol Robinson Winter Pentathlon. A small group of Wildcats were in action along with athletes from some other area school, and K-State came away with some strong performances to open the season.
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