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  • RILEY CO. 61, MARYSVILLE 59 - OT

    At Marysville, Riley County needed overtime to a back-and-forth game against the Bulldogs, outscoring its host 7-5 in the extra period to come away with the win. Riley County led by one at halftime and trailed by two heading into the fourth quarter of a game that stayed close all ...

  • ABILENE 54, WAMEGO 37

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders fell behind early in a 17-point loss to Abilene Tuesday, trailing 13-4 after the first quarter and facing a 16-point deficit at halftime. Abilene led by 23 points heading into the fourth quarter. Individual scoring was not made available. ...

  • FRANKFORT 45, TROY 44

    At Frankfort, the Wildcats took a four-point lead to halftime and held on to win a nailbiter against Troy Tuesday night. Individual scoring was not made available. ...

  • VALLEY HEIGHTS 79, BV-RANDOLPH 41

    At Randolph, Valley Heights made quick work of the Rams, leading by 27 points at halftime and 40 heading into the fourth quarter. Anthony Edwards led the Mustangs with 17 points, while Bryan Yungeberg scored 14 and Quentin Blaske had 12. Blue Valley got 18 points from Haydn Budenbender in the loss. ...

  • ROCK CREEK 60, CENTRALIA 28

    At Centralia, Rock Creek won every quarter and held Centralia to just 11 second-half points in a rout of the Panthers. Carson Becker led the Mustangs with 17 points, with Bailey Vetter adding 14. ...

  • MARYSVILLE 82, RILEY CO. 59

    At Marysville, Riley County trailed by one heading into the second quarter and faced a nine-point halftime deficit before being outscored 18-6 in the third quarter to spot Marysville a big lead in a road loss Tuesday. Jackson Wagner had 20 points for Riley County, with Ty Nelson adding nine. ...

  • ABILENE 60, WAMEGO 51

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders trailed by three at halftime but Abilene rebuilt its lead in the third quarter, taking an eight-point advantage into the fourth quarter and holding off the Red Raiders in a key NCKL game Tuesday. Dillon Blain scored 21 for Wamego, with Sean Nordberg adding 17. ...

  • TROY 60, FRANKFORT 44

    At Frankfort, the Wildcats fell behind by eight in the first quarter and trailed by seven at halftime, but couldn’t cut into the Troy lead in the second half as the Trojans outscored Frankfort in both quarters to win comfortably. Whalen Kokoruda scored 10 points, including a pair of 3s, ...

  • Indians take 4th at home meet Felber.mercury

    The Manhattan High bowling teams each finished in fourth place in an abbreviated quadrangular meet at Little Apple Lanes on Monday afternoon. An ominous forecast over the weekend led coaches to opt into shortening Monday’s meet, which was originally scheduled to have a similar format as last week’s ...

  • League swim meet to move

    Damage to the KSU Natatorium has created a unique set of circumstances for the Manhattan High boys’ swim team, which practices and competes in the building on a daily basis. Now it’ll cost the Tribe the chance to host the Centennial League swim meet on Feb. 12. Since part of ...

  • MHS girls fall short vs. McPherson

    MCPHERSON — Even though his team ended the weekend with a pair of losses and finished in fourth place at the Mid-America Classic, Manhattan High girls’ coach Scott Mall knows how valuable the experience was for his young team. The Indians lost a close matchup with top-seeded and host McPherson in ...

  • Rock Creek boys win Pott Co. clash

    WAMEGO — The gym at Wamego High School was packed to the brim in preparation for the renewal of the rivalry with Rock Creek on Friday. Unfortunately for the Red Raider faithful, it would not be their day as they fell at home to the Mustangs, 56-53. “That was two good ...










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