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  • Wamego 63, Riley County 26

    At Riley, Wamego dismantled previously-undefeated Riley County Tuesday night, taking a 15-2 lead into the second quarter and leading by 37 points heading into the fourth quarter. The Red Raiders got 19 points from Dillon Blain, including three 3-pointers, while Sean Nordberg chipped in 16 and Landis Rowden added 10. Riley County (2-1) was ...

  • Rock Creek 62, Abilene 51

    At Flush, Rock Creek outscored Abilene in every quarter en route to an 11-point win Tuesday night. The Mustangs led 22-17 after the first quarter and had an eight-point advantage at halftime before playing mostly even in the final two quarters. Rock Creek was led by Carson Becker’s 21 points ...

  • Royals going all in with pitching, pen Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY — Here’s one stone-cold fact we learned last year: Trusting the Royals’ scouts might be the safest bet in baseball. Given this group’s track record of finding gold in dry river beds (Kendrys Morales, Chris Young, Ryan Madson, Kris Medlen, etc.), you probably wouldn’t blink if ...

  • Indians take fifth in first tournament

    In its first tournament of the season, the Manhattan High wrestling team took fifth among 16 teams at the Gardner-Edgerton Invitational on Saturday, bringing home three second-place medals in the process. Mason Wallace, Jalin Harper and Eldon Picou all advanced to the championships in their respective weight classes, but in tough ...

  • MHS sweeps team titles at Hays Shootout

    Both the Manhattan High boys’ and girls’ basketball teams managed to bring home team titles at the Hays City Shootout over the weekend as both squads won Saturday night in the championship round at Hays High School. The girls’ team got the night started with a rout of Great Bend, 57 ...

  • Riley boys beat Valley Heights

    At Blue Rapids, the Falcons led the whole way in a 69-58 win over Valley Heights on Friday night, taking an eight-point lead to halftime and a 16-point lead into the fourth quarter before the Mustangs trimmed the deficit late. Riley County (2-0) was led by Jackson Wagner’s 29 points, ...

  • Rock Creek 68, Clay Center 49

    At Flush, Rock Creek took a 14-point lead to halftime and finished off Clay Center in the second half, using a strong third quarter to seal the win. The Mustangs had four players with double-figure scoring, with Carson Becker’s 16 points leading the way. Bailey Vetter added 14, Isaiah Dobbins chipped ...

  • Wamego 66, Rossville 45

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders led by double digits at halftime and had a 17-point advantage going into the fourth quarter of a win over Rossville. Dillon Blain scored 30 points to lead Wamego, hitting four 3-pointers, with Sean Nordberg adding 13. Wamego (1-0) travels to Riley County on Tuesday. ...

  • Pawnee (Neb.) 40, Frankfort 30

    At Pawnee City, Frankfort (0-1) couldn’t find a way to win against Pawnee City (Neb.) in its season opener Friday night. Game information and individual scoring were not available. Frankfort travels to Valley Heights on Tuesday. ...

  • Riley Co. 77, BV-Randolph 30

    At Riley, the Falcons cruised in their season opener against Blue Valley, taking a 25-point lead to halftime and a 43-point advantage into the fourth quarter. The night was particularly good for Jackson Wagner, who scored 38 points, including five 3-pointers, to pace the Falcons. Tyler Halstead chipped in 13 while Dalton ...

  • Centralia 53, Valley Heights 51

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights fell behind early but rallied back to narrowly lose to Centralia in both team’s season openers Thursday. Valley Heights trailed by nine after the first quarter but trimmed the deficit to one by halftime and took a one-point lead going into the fourth quarter. ...

  • Riley Co. 62,  Valley Heights 51

    At Blue Rapids, Riley County took a 23-9 lead in the first quarter and didn’t look back against Valley Heights, taking an 18-point lead to halftime and cruising to the win in the second half. Riley County (2-0) was led by Alyssa Kulp’s 18 points, with Bethany Crubel chipping ...










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