At Council Grove, the Red Raiders led by four with a minute to play at Council Grove, but came up short in the final seconds against the Braves, with Council Grove hitting a 3-pointer and knocking down a pair of free throws to take the
It’s another week at No. 1 for the Wamego girls as they remain atop the Class 4A-DI KBCA rankings. The Riley County girls checked in at No. 2 in 3A and the Valley Heights girls are No. 2 in 1A-D1. At 9-1 overall and still unbeaten in
Playing against host-school and undefeated Washington County on Saturday night, the second-seeded Valley Heights girls’ basketball team upset Tigers, 31-28, to win the Twin Valley League tournament. In a tight back-and-forth game, Valley Heights (11-1, 5-1 Twin Valley) went to halftime tied with the Tigers
In Frankfort’s final consolation game at the Twin Valley League tournament in Washington, the Wildcats took a two-point lead after the first quarter, but were outscored in each of the following three quarters to fall to Doniphan West. Ashley Joseph scored 12 points, with Maura
In the third-place game of the Twin Valley League tournament, Valley Heights (10-2, 5-1 Twin Valley) took an 11-point lead to halftime and led by 17 heading into the fourth quarter in a game that was never particularly close. Gage Woodyard scored 13 points, with Elijah Smith
In Frankfort’s final consolation game at the Twin Valley League tournament, the Wildcats overcame a nine-point halftime deficit with a strong second half, outscoring Doniphan West by 10 in the third quarter and by four in the fourth to complete the rally. Adam Koch scored 15
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team went on the road this weekend and picked up two victories. MCC defeated Central Christian College of the Bible on Friday night, 80-74, in Moberly, Mo., and then traveled to St. Louis where it defeated St.
Led by seniors Marc Reiss and Justin Ward and sophomore AJ Burenheide — who all went 5-0 — the Rock Creek wrestling team went 4-1 last Friday night. “We didn’t wrestle very well as a team, but it was enough to get the job done this
HILLSBORO — It was perhaps the most high-profile girls’ matchup in the area Saturday night as Class 4A Div. I No. 1 Wamego squared off against Class 3A No. 2 Riley County in a battle of unbeatens. It just happened to be played about two hours south of
In the third-place game of the Trojan Classic on Saturday, the Wamego boys’ basketball team couldn’t keep pace with the host Trojans after taking an early lead, losing 60-47 to fall to 1-2 on the weekend against a loaded field. Wamego (6-6) led 17-12
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