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  • Cameron: Free agency leaves Royals with tough decisions Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Dillon Gee. Never mind who he is for a moment. Instead, consider the panic he’s caused. Despite back-to-back World Series appearances and winning the whole enchilada last season, Royals fans are frightened. Maybe it comes from two decades in the wilderness — yes, just two, although it ...

  • Indians take 3rd at home meet Hafen200free.mercury

    The short-handed Manhattan High boys’ swim and dive team finished in third place among five teams on Wednesday at the KSU Natatorium in the team’s final meet before Christmas break. The final week of school before break is a busy one, meaning the Indians were not at full strength ...

  • Rock Creek girls get first win

    The Rock Creek girls’ basketball team won its first game of the young season, 42-33, against St. Marys Tuesday night in Flush. The Mustangs finished strong in a back-and-forth game, outscoring the Bears 15-9 in the final quarter after taking a three-point lead in the first quarter and playing even ...

  • Hanover 64, BV-Randolph 30

    At Hanover, Blue Valley trailed 22-9 after one and faced a 24-point halftime deficit before falling to a talented Hanover team on the road. The Rams got nine points each from Megan Plummer and Sami Pfaff in the loss. Blue Valley (2-2) travels to Troy on Friday to close out ...

  • Republic Co. 49, Valley Heights 42

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights fell behind in the first quarter and struggled to even the score the rest of the way, trailing by eight at halftime and 11 going into the fourth quarter in a seven-point loss. Jo Roepke led all scorers with 20 points, with Taylor Doner adding 10. Valley Heights (1 ...

  • Clay Center 53, Riley Co. 42

    At Riley, the Falcons stayed close with undefeated Clay Center, only trailing by three heading into the fourth quarter, but couldn’t complete the rally in the fourth, as Clay Center outscored Riley County 13-5 in the final frame to come up with the win. The Falcons were led by ...

  • Wamego 48, Chapman 25

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders faced little resistance from Chapman in their first win of the Kevin Kinderknecht era Tuesday night, leading 9-0 after one quarter and 32-8 heading into the fourth before emptying the bench. Individual scoring was not made available. Wamego (1-3) travels to undefeated Clay Center on ...

  • Frankfort 52, Wetmore 46

    At Wetmore, Frankfort led by 11 points at halftime but gave much of that lead back to Wetmore in the third quarter after the Cardinals outscored the Wildcats 13-4 to pull within two heading into the fourth. Frankfort righted the ship, outscoring Wetmore 20-16 the rest of the way to come ...

  • Rock Creek 67, St. Marys 41

    At Flush, Rock Creek took a 20-point lead to halftime and cruised to victory against St. Marys Tuesday night to remain undefeated. Carson Becker and Bailey Vetter each had 13 points, while Caleb Rogge and Isaiah Dobbins each had eight. Rock Creek (4-0) travels to Wabaunsee Friday night. ...

  • Hanover 64, BV-Randolph 31

    At Hanover, the Rams fell behind early and went to halftime trailing 42-12 and weren’t able to get back into the game in the second half. Chase Carey led Blue Valley with 17 points, with Haydn Budenbender adding nine. Blue Valley (2-2) travel to Troy on Friday. ...

  • Frankfort 38, Wetmore 32

    At Wetmore, Frankfort took a five-point lead to halftime and held off the rally attempts of Wetmore late in the game to come away with its first win of the season Tuesday night. The Wildcats were led by Adam Kenworthy’s 16 points. Frankfort (1-3) hosts Class 3A Rossville on Friday. ...

  • Wamego 68, Chapman 51

    At Wamego, a strong first quarter helped the Red Raiders gain a lead they wouldn’t relinquish the rest of the way in a 17-point win over NCKL foe Chapman. Dillon Blain continued his hot start to the year, scoring 26 points - including seven 3-pointers - while Bryce Patrick scored 17 ...










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