At Riley, the Falcons took a five-point lead to halftime but gave it all back and more in the third quarter before struggling through the fourth quarter, where they were outscored 14-3 to close out the game. Jackson Wagner scored 11 points to lead Riley County,
At Flush, the Mustangs overcame a slow start to beat Wabaunsee and respond favorably following their first loss of the season on Tuesday. Rock Creek didn’t take the lead for good until the second quarter, outscoring Wabaunsee 19-6 in the period to turn a
At Wamego, the Red Raiders took an early lead but couldn’t finish off the win as Marysville rallied in the final two quarters to score a road win. The Red Raiders led 19-11 after the first quarter and went to halftime tied at 27-27.
At Riley, the Falcons stayed within striking distance most of the night, trailing by nine at halftime, but couldn’t make up the difference in the second half in a league loss to Silver Lake. Alyssa Kulp, Bethany Crubel and Emily Earhart each had nine
At Flush, the Mustangs continued a string of close losses against quality competition, coming up short against Wabaunsee at home. Rock Creek led 16-11 after one and went to halftime tied. The Mustangs retook the lead in the third quarter but couldn’t come up
At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights jumped ahead early and didn’t look back in a 63-38 win over Clifton Clyde. Backed by big performances from Jo Roepke and Kayla Smith, the Mustangs led 15-7 after one quarter and 27-14 at halftime. Valley Heights outscored Clifton
At Riley, Riley County led 19-3 after the first quarter and cruised to victory in a 51-20 win over St. Marys. The lead was extended to 32-10 at halftime, and the Falcons added 19 points in the second half. Jordan Clouse led the way for the
At Centralia, Frankfort had three players in double-figure scoring, but the Wildcats couldn’t overcome a 20-point performance from Centralia’s Katie Glatczak in a 51-44 loss on the road. Frankfort led 12-9 after the first quarter, but Centralia battled back to tie the game
At Axtell, Blue Valley took a loss on the road on Tuesday, falling to Axtell 68-50. Megan Plummer led the Rams’ effort with 18 points, while two players combined for 48 for Axtell.
At Rossville, Rock Creek made a furious comeback but came just short on Tuesday, falling to Rossville 61-60. Rossville had a 20-13 lead after the first quarter, and Rock Creek cut in slightly by halftime to trail 32-27. The Mustangs trailed 45-40 going into the
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