At Randolph, Wakefield got just enough from its boys in overtime to get a road win over the Blue Valley Rams.
At Frankfort, the Wildcats hung tough against Rossville through the first quarter, keeping the game tied at 15, but found themselves down by seven at halftime and trailing by 15 heading into the fourth quarter.
At Linn, the Valley Heights boys pounded the Linn Bulldogs, leading 38-16 at halftime and continuing the rout in the second half.
At Council Grove, the Red Raiders led by four with a minute to play at Council Grove, but came up short in the final seconds against the Braves, with Council Grove hitting a 3-pointer and knocking down a pair of free throws to take the lead late.
As the temperature dropped in Manhattan Monday afternoon, so did the scores for most of the high school bowlers competing on a frigid day in Manhattan’s quadrangular meet at Little Apple Lanes.
It’s another week at No.
The annual Royals Caravan begins this week with stops in cities across Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas and Nebraska.
Playing against host-school and undefeated Washington County on Saturday night, the second-seeded Valley Heights girls’ basketball team upset Tigers, 31-28, to win the Twin Valley League tournament.
In Frankfort’s final consolation game at the Twin Valley League tournament in Washington, the Wildcats took a two-point lead after the first quarter, but were outscored in each of the following three quarters to fall to Doniphan West.
In the third-place game of the Twin Valley League tournament, Valley Heights (10-2, 5-1 Twin Valley) took an 11-point lead to halftime and led by 17 heading into the fourth quarter in a game that was never particularly close.
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