At Hays, the Riley County girls won the Hays Shootout Saturday with a dominant win over the Great Bend Panthers in the championship game, 74-53.
At Randolph, the Rams lost to Pike Valley on Saturday, capping a tough three-game stretch at home this weekend.
At Hays, the Riley County boys won the seventh-place game at the Hays Shootout to cap its weekend with a victory after a pair of losses to open the season.
At Randolph, the Rams got their first win of the season on Saturday, defeating Pike Valley in a game that saw Blue Valley take an early lead only to relinquish it by halftime, trailing 29-25 at the break.
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team split a pair of weekend games in Nebraska.
The third-ranked MCC women (6-2) rolled over Grace University, 92-39, Friday in Omaha.
The Manhattan Wildcats 6th grade boys basketball team took first place in the Abilene Invitational Tournament this past weekend.
At Holton, Wamego junior Lanie Page scored 25 points as the Red Raiders won their second game of the season, beating Holton, 45-34.
At Hays, the Falcons secured their spot in the Hays City Shootout championship game with a 60-30 win over Newton.
At Blue Rapids, Brandi Roepke scored 27 points as Valley Heights beat Centralia on Friday, 58-41.
At Flush, Clay Center held Rock Creek to less than 10 points in three of the four quarters in a 38-25 win.
At Randolph, Blue Valley lost its second straight game on Friday, falling to Clifton-Clyde, 51-34.
At Blue Rapids, Charles Musil scored 14 and Derek Trimble added 12 points in a 60-40 win over Centralia.
At Randolph, despite a halftime lead, Blue Valley couldn’t stop Clifton-Clyde from coming back to beat it, 43-37.
At Holton, Wamego kept close with Holton in the first half, but couldn’t keep the Wildcats from running away in the second in a 55-46 loss to Holton.
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At Hays, the Riley County Falcons lost their second game of the early season on Friday, falling 68-39 to DeSoto in the Hays City Shootout.
At Flush, Rock Creek opened its season in winning fashion on Friday, racking up points in a 69-42 win over Clay Center.
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Between scorers Caroline Ballard and Darby Price, Manhattan High head coach Scott Mall knows he may have to sit one or the other because of foul trouble.
For Winston Dimel and the other members of the Manhattan High football team that also play basketball for head coach Tim Brooks, beating Derby was important.
The Anthony Middle School eighth grade girls’ basketball team swept Seaman on Tuesday — the A team winning 33-26 and the B team winning 15-14.
The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade girls’ basketball team lost its second straight game on Tuesday, falling to Emporia 24-19.
The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade girls’ basketball team swept Fort Riley on Thursday.
Martin Pankratz, 82, hit a hole-in-one on hole No.
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