Area Schools

  • Rock Creek softball recognized for efforts in classroom

    The 2015 Rock Creek softball team has recently been recognized by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association based on their academics. Rock Creek finished fourth in the nation among schools with unweighted GPAs, with a 3.81 GPA. Additionally, 13 Rock Creek Softball players have earned the distinction as NFCA All American Scholar Athletes. The ...

  • Rock Creek tops St. Marys, 46-21 Rockcreek2516.mercury

    FLUSH — For the second straight week, Rock Creek struggled for half of its football game. But this time around, the Mustangs flipped the switch in the second half on the way to beating St. Marys, 46-21. At halftime, with his team down 21-20, Rock Creek coach Mike Beam challenged his ...

  • Wamego beats Chapman in district opener

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders led 14-0 at halftime and kept on scoring in the second half en route to a 34-0 win over Chapman in their district opener. Alex Vontz punched in a 4-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, and Ethan Thomas caught a 32-yard touchdown from Dillon ...

  • Blue Valley 66, Southern Cloud 20

    At Randolph, the Rams had 461 yards of offense in their best scoring performance of the season with a 66-20 win over Southern Cloud. In just their second win of the season, the Rams (2-5) got 115 rushing yards and three touchdowns from Chase Carey, while Trevor Schwerdt added 100 rushing yards and ...

  • Washington County 22, Riley County

    At Washington, Riley County looked to pull off the upset against Washington County on Friday, but fell just short in a 22-18 loss in the district opener. The Falcons (4-2) led 18-0 at halftime and looked well on their way to beating undefeated Washington County. Washington County scored 22 straight points ...

  • Frankfort 60, Linn 12

    At Frankfort, after opening out to a slim lead, Frankfort turned it on in second quarter and coasted to a win. The Wildcats (3-4) led 8-6 after one quarter, but then scored 22 points in the second quarter to lead 30-6 at halftime. Linn cut the score to 38-12 early in ...

  • Wabaunsee 12, Valley Heights 7

    At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs saw their two-game winning streak come to a close in a 12-7 loss at home to Wabaunsee. Individual statistics were not available for this contest. Valley Heights goes on the road next week for a game at Republic County. ...

  • Falcon run game pushes back St. Marys Rileyco10.mercury

    RILEY — Even with a late push by St. Marys in the fourth quarter, the Riley County defense and running game kept the Falcons in control for the entirety of their 31-14 win. The win marked two in a row for the Falcons after losing two straight to Mid-East League powerhouses ...

  • Pike Valley 74, Frankfort 50

    At Pike Valley, Pike Valley outscored Frankfort 24-0 in the fourth quarter to win a shootout 74-50 on Friday. Adam Kenworthy threw four touchdown passes and ran for another, while Ryan Kraushaar caught three touchdown passes. The lead went back and forth and the teams were tied at 50 going into ...

  • Concordia 27, Wamego 0

    At Concordia, the Red Raiders couldn’t get their offense going in a 27-0 loss to Concordia on the road. Wamego will be at home this week to host Chapman as they open district play. ...

  • Linn 32, BV-Randolph 22

    At Linn, Blue Valley-Randolph lost their fourth straight game in a close contest at Linn, 32-22. Blue Valley continues district play at home against Southern Cloud next week. ...

  • KSHSAA announces new football districts

    The Kansas State High School Athletics Association announced new football districts for the 2016 and 2017 seasons this morning. Manhattan will be going to the no-district system that both Class 6A and 5A will adopt next season, splitting the 32 teams on each side into two 16-team divisions. The teams will be seeded ...










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