At Randolph, the Blue Valley Rams couldn’t keep up with an experienced Hanover team on Tuesday, losing 59-32. Hanover opened the game strong with a 20-8 lead after one quarter, and had the lead up to 33-13 by halftime. The Wildcats went on to
At Frankfort, Frankfort’s comeback attempt fell short on Tuesday, after a tough second quarter led to a 51-44 loss to Wetmore. Wetmore led 13-7 after the first quarter, and outscored Frankfort 11-2 in the second quarter to lead 24-9 at halftime. The Wildcats started
At Belleville, Brandi Jo Roepke scored 27 points as Valley Heights slammed Republic County on Tuesday, 57-32. After a slow first quarter, where the Mustangs grabbed a 6-5 lead, Valley Heights outscored Republic County 17-4 in the second period. The Mustangs went on to outscore Republic
At St. Marys, the Rock Creek Mustangs won their first game of the season, scoring their season high in points in a 40-25 win over St. Marys. Rock Creek will seek their second win on Friday against Wabaunsee.
At Frankfort, the Frankfort Wildcats used a big first half to build up a big lead, and then hung on to beat Wetmore, 59-40. The Wildcats opened the game to an 18-7 lead after one quarter, and then built on it to take a 31-14
At Belleville, Valley Heights struggled in the first quarter and never fully recovered in a 51-46 loss at Republic County. The Mustangs trailed 11-4 after the first period, and managed to pull within 18-16 by halftime. But Republic County steadily outscored them over the final
At Chapman, Eli Miller scored 19 points and Wyatt Totten added 17 as Wamego routed Chapman, 68-36. The Red Raiders took a 26-9 lead in the first quarter and extended it to a 39-18 lead by halftime. Wamego slowed down its attack in the second half, outscoring
At Randolph, Hanover didn’t give Blue Valley much of a chance to compete on Tuesday, defeating the Rams, 81-33.
At St. Marys, Rock Creek picked up its fourth win of the season on Tuesday, beating St. Marys, 58-21.
At Wamego, the Red Raiders led for three quarters but couldn’t hold off Nemaha Central as the Thunder hit a long 3-pointer at the buzzer to complete their rally and stun Wamego in a 50-49 win Friday night. The Red Raiders led 47-42 with
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