FLUSH — The Riley County girls’ basketball team didn’t waste any time on the road Friday night putting its stamp on the game against Rock Creek. By the end of the first quarter, 3-pointers and staunch defense propelled the Falcons to a 14-0 lead. By
FLUSH — There aren’t many high school basketball teams across the state that have a duo of posts quite like Rock Creek - especially for a smaller Class 4A-Div. II school. Junior Carson Becker stands 6-foot-5 and played linebacker for the Mustangs’ football team in
At Frankfort, Blue Valley used a third quarter run and held on in the fourth to edge Frankfort, 59-56 on Friday. Trailing 34-24 at halftime, the Rams outscored Frankfort 22-8 in the third quarter to take a 46-42 lead. Callie Webster scored 16 for the Rams,
At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights used a big second quarter to top Troy, 53-39, on Friday. The Mustangs played to an 8-8 tie after one quarter, but outscored Troy 22-13 in the second period to set the tone for the game. Valley Heights used a 16
At Osage City, Tessa Seeberger scored 20 points, but it wasn’t enough for the Red Raiders. Playing another game without leading scorer Lanie Page, the Red Raiders got a big night out of Seeberger, but couldn’t overcome an early deficit. Osage City led 21-7
At Frankfort, the Wildcats used a steady offensive pace to rout Blue Valley at home on Friday, 54-29. Frankfort opened the game to an 8-2 lead after the first quarter, and widened the margin to 20-9 by halftime. The Wildcats extended the damage in the
At Blue Rapids, Troy got just enough scoring out of it’s top player on Friday to earn a win at Valley Heights. Nathan Gaarder scored 20 points for Troy, helping them edge the Mustangs by eight points. Elijah Smith led Valley Heights with 15 points and
At Osage City, the Wamego Red Raiders couldn’t keep up with Osage City on Friday, dropping a road game 65-52. It was the fifth loss for the Red Raiders this season, who will return home next for a game against Chapman.
At Abilene, Wamego played its second game of the season without Lanie Page, and once again lost a close matchup, falling 32-29 to Abilene Tuesday night. The Cowgirls took an early 9-3 lead against the Red Raiders and maintained it into the third quarter, but
At Flush, Centralia needed overtime to defeat Rock Creek in a low-scoring affair, leading 16-13 at halftime before scoring just six points, two in each second-half quarter as well as overtime, to narrowly defeat the Mustangs. Winter Henry led Rock Creek with six points in
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