Jackson Heights got off to a great start, but Berean Academy fought right back to make it a game. The Cobras outscored Berean by seven points in the second half to win 53-44. Jackson Heights led 13-3 after the first quarter, but the Warriors rallied
Sacred Heart trailed early on, but put its foot down defensively and ended up winning in a rout, 75-57, over South Gray. The Rebels led 14-12 early in the first quarter, but fell into a scoring drought over the next several minutes while Sacred Heart
Central Plains ran away with a 77-56 win over Bishop Seabury on Thursday. The Oilers, who are undefeated and the state runner-up a year ago, led 19-9 after the first quarter and 43-23 by halftime. Central Plains kept it up in the second half, pushing
With three undefeated teams among the eight teams in the field at the Class 2A girls’ basketball tournament, upsets were likely to be few and far between as tournament play began Wednesday afternoon at Bramlage Coliseum . Central Plains (24-0), Olpe (24-0) and Valley Falls (24-0)
After a 20-game regular season and a week of sub-state elimination games, only two Flint Hills area teams remain in the hunt for a state championship this week. The Rock Creek and Wamego boys will each compete in their respective divisions of Class 4A, with
At Holton, Rock Creek clinched a state-tournament berth with a 75-59 win over Hayden in its Class 4A-Div. II sub-state final Saturday night. The Mustangs, who finished as runner-up in last year’s state tournament, took a five-point lead to halftime behind 20 first-half points from
At Ottawa, Wamego clinched a Class 4A-Div. I state tournament berth with a 16-point win over NCKL foe Abilene on Saturday night. The two teams split the regular-season series, but Wamego got the last laugh, using a strong second quarter to take a 31-21 lead
At Washington, Republic County upset Valley Heights in Saturday’s Class 2A sub-state final, turning a 25-24 lead midway through the third quarter into a state-berth clinching win. Valley Heights scored just five points over the final 12 minutes in the loss.
At Onaga, Frankfort couldn’t keep pace with top-seeded Centralia on Saturday, falling short of a Class 1A-Div. I state tournament berth in a 22-point loss. The Wildcats fell behind early, trailing 29-13 at halftime, and couldn’t make up the difference in the second
At Ottawa, the Red Raiders had no trouble getting through to their sub-state final with a 31-point drubbing of El Dorado on Friday night. Wamego doubled up El Dorado by halftime, leading 48-24, and had a running clock in the fourth quarter. Dillon Blain scored 25
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