At Onaga, the Rams got 10-point scoring efforts from Megan Plummer and Shelby Peter to beat the Buffaloes on the road and win their second league game of the season. After an evenly-played first half, Blue Valley blew out Onaga in the second half to
At Frankfort, Washington County turned a 10-point halftime lead into an easy road win Friday night. Arianna Martin scored 16 points for Frankfort.
At Concordia, the Red Raiders won easily against Concordia, leading 38-13 at halftime and continuing to play strong into the second half. Kaylee Page had 22 points and 11 rebounds to pace Wamego, while Lanie Page added 21 points and 10 boards.
At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs needed two overtimes to get past Baileyville B&B and earn the one-point win that clinched at least a share of the Twin Valley League title. Elijah Smith led the Mustangs with 22 points.
At Onaga, the Rams outscored the Buffaloes 19-7 in the second quarter to create a 14-point halftime lead that would hold up in the second half to give Blue Valley its fourth win of the season. Zach Rootring hit eight 3-pointers in the game for 24
At Frankfort, the Wildcats took a one-point lead to halftime against Washington County, but were outscored 16-8 in the third quarter to create a deficit they couldn’t erase in the fourth. Jacob Studer scored 13 points for Frankfort.
At Concordia, the Red Raiders trailed by four points at halftime and were outscored in each of the final two quarters to lose on the road and fall off the pace in the NCKL title race. Jared Ayres and Kyler Alderson each scored 14 points to
WAMEGO — Class 4A’s top-ranked Wamego girls’ basketball team wrapped up it’s regular season home slate by clinching at least a share of its third straight North Central Kansas League title with a dominating 64-24 win over Abilene Thursday night. The Red Raiders’ lone
WAMEGO — The Wamego boys’ basketball team continued it’s midseason turnaround Thursday night with a convincing 65-50 upset of rival Abilene. With the win, the Red Raiders remain in a tie with Concordia for first place in the North Central Kansas League standings, while
Eisenhower Middle School beat Anthony Middle School 38-31 Tuesday night to repeat as the Little Apple boys’ basketball champion in a game played at Eisenhower. Eisenhower led by three at halftime, but Anthony cut the lead to one heading into the fourth quarter. The Eagles
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