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  • Riley County 41, Rossville 25

    At Riley County, the Falcons got off to a slow start on Friday against Rossville, but they pulled it together in the second quarter in a 41-25 win. With 15 points from Kelly Thomson and 11 from Rachel Rheaume, the Falcons had few problems in their first game since winter break. They ...

  • Silver Lake 48, Rock Creek 38

    At Flush, after a strong first quarter, the Rock Creek Mustangs just couldn’t get it going on Friday in a 48-38 loss to Silver Lake. The Eagles held a 17-15 advantage after a high-scoring first quarter, but Silver Lake extended that to a 27-22 halftime lead. The Mustangs would ...

  • Valley Heights 45, Axtell 23

    At Blue Rapids, with a 15-0 advantage after the first quarter, the Valley Heights girls’ basketball team turned in an easy 45-23 win on Friday. Axtell never made a serious rally back into the game, as Valley Heights added to its lead in each quarter. Kelsey Potter was the leading ...

  • RILEY COUNTY 55, ROSSVILLE 22

    At Riley County, the Riley County Falcons got off to a quick start on offense and defense on Friday in a 55-22 win over Rossville. In their first game since the winter break, the Falcons outscored Rossville 13-4 in the first quarter and 18-5 in the second to lead 31-9 ...

  • Centralia 47, Frankfort 35

    At Centralia, Centralia outscored Frankfort in all but the fourth quarter in a 47-35 on Friday. The Wildcats got 16 points from Jacob Broxterman and 13 from Jonathan Keating, but they finished with 29 of their team’s 35 points. Frankfort trailed 11-8 after one quarter and 20-15 by halftime. Centralia pushed its lead ...

  • Silver Lake 42, Rock Creek 38

    At Flush, Trevor Miller’s 13 points and Aaron Kuecker’s 11 weren’t enough for Rock Creek in a narrow 42-38 loss to Silver Lake. Silver Lake led 12-9 after the first quarter, and the Eagles held Rock Creek to five points in the second to build a 20-14 halftime advantage. ...

  • Valley Heights 52, Axtell 38

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights’s offense exploded in the fourth quarter on Friday to a 52-38 win over Axtell. The Mustangs led 10-8 after one quarter, but trailed 22-21 at the break. The Mustangs reclaimed the lead at 31-27 going into the fourth and outscored Axtell 21-11 in the ...

  • Riley County girls No. 1 in KBCA

    The Riley County girls are ranked No. 1 in the Dec. 19 Class 3A rankings. Manhattan is ranked No. 6 in the Class 6A rankings, and Frankfort is ranked No. 9 in the Class 1A-D2 rankings. The Riley County boys are ranked No. 4 in the Class 3A rankings and Rock Creek is ranked No. 7. ...

  • Mustangs take fourth at Marion County Duals

    The Mustangs picked up a few wins in the lower weights and it kept going into the bigger weights. Rock Creek had wins over Hilsboro, Republic County, and Ferdonia. This took the Mustangs into the winners bracket where they faced Smokey Valley. The Mustangs went on to lose to Smokey ...

  • Wamego’s Patton named 4A coach of the year

    Wamego cross country coach Rick Patton was named the 2011 Class 4A boys’ cross country coach of the year by the Kansas Cross Country and Track and Field Coaches Association. It’s the fourth time in his career that Patton has received the honor, being named to the title in 2000, 2003 and 2008. ...

  • Eisenhower girls basketball team finishes season

    Eisenhower girls basketball team finishes season The Eisenhower eighth grade girls played their final game at Anthony on Monday night. The A-team lost 35-23. Tate Thompson led all scorers with nine ppoints. Maddie Taylor and Tarrah Bammes each scored five points. The Eisenhower B-team won 22-18. The Eagles never trailed ...










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