At Flush, Wabaunsee took a 14-point lead in the first quarter and never looked back against the Mustangs, winning every quarter in the rout. Winter Henry led Rock Creek with seven points, with Jacy Johnston adding five. Rock Creek (1-5) travels to Riley County on
At Randolph, the Rams trailed by seven at halftime but couldn’t cut into the deficit in the final two quarters. Sami Pfaff led the team with nine points, while Megan Plummer had eight points and Tessa Henry had seven. Blue Valley (1-4) travels to
At Rossville, the Bulldogs put away Frankfort quickly in a rout, leading by 20 at halftime and wining both the third and fourth quarters as well. Frankfort got 14 points from Kyla Hardwick and 10 points from Abra Shirley in the loss. Frankfort (1-4) travels to Wabaunsee on
At Highland, it took three overtimes, but the Valley Heights boys’ basketball team finally finished off Doniphan West Friday night on the road, ending the marathon game with an 87-85 win. Valley Heights led early in the game, taking an eight-point lead to halftime, but
At Wamego, the Red Raiders outscored the Tigers 18-5 in the first quarter to set the tone for a lopsided win to end the semester. Eli Miller and Sean Nordberg led Wamego with 15 points apiece. Wamego (4-2) hosts Concordia on Jan. 9.
At Flush, Rock Creek took a 13-point lead to halftime en route to a 16-point win over the Chargers. Nate Berard had 16 points for the Mustangs, with Carson Becker adding 10. Rock Creek (5-1) travels to Riley County on Jan. 6
At Randolph, Troy led 57-19 at halftime and kept pouring it on in the second half, winning in blowout fashion against the Rams. Haydn Budenbender had 31 of Blue Valley’s 37 points in the loss. Blue Valley (1-4) travels to Washington County on Jan. 6.
At Rossville, the Wildcats hung tough for three quarters but couldn’t muster a win against the Bulldogs, which took a 10-point lead to halftime but led by just six heading into the fourth quarter before outscoring Frankfort by eight in the final period. Jake
CLAY CENTER — Alex Sager said he had never hit a shot this big in his life. But with his team trailing by three, and precious seconds trailing off the clock, a loose ball somehow ended up in the Riley County junior’s hands past the
CLAY CENTER — Riley County girls’ basketball coach Harold Oliver’s rebuilding project continued as his Falcons dropped a low-scoring 36-28 game Tuesday night. Freshman point guard Tory Thomson led the Falcons (1-4) with 12 points — all on 3-pointers. Led by Thomson, the latest in a line
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