At Hanover, the Mustangs bounced back from their first defeat of the season and got the road win over the Wildcats with a strong fourth quarter, turning a four-point deficit after three quarters into a six-point win by outscoring Hanover 23-13 over the final eight
At Randolph, the Rams hung with Centralia for a quarter, but were outscored 21-10 in the second quarter and 16-6 in the fourth quarter to give Centralia a comfortable road victory. Centralia was led by Sam Steinlage’s 17 points. Individual scoring for Blue Valley was
At Rossville, the Falcons got the road win behind a strong second quarter, outscoring Rossville 15-3 to take a 29-16 lead to halftime. Riley County was outscored in the next two quarters, but still got the 10-point win. Taylor Oliver and Madison Vargo each scored 14
At Frankfort, the Eagles cruised past the Wildcats, taking a 28-15 lead to halftime and extending their lead in the second half. Ashley Joseph led all scorers with 15 points, with Adrianna Martin adding seven. Frankfort travels to Centralia on Tuesday.
At Hanover, the Mustangs took an 18-7 lead after one quarter and held on to win despite being outscored in each of the following quarters. Frankfort was led by Sidney Blackburn’s 21 points, with Brandi Roepke adding 12 and Cassidy Coggins chipping in six. Valley Heights
At Randolph, the Panthers cruised past the Blue Valley Rams Friday night, winning comfortably on the road. Game information and individual scoring were not available. Blue Valley travels to Axtell on Tuesday.
At Silver Lake, the Eagles used an 11-0 run in the first quarter to take a 13-7 lead before outscoring Rock Creek in each of the following quarters to win comfortably at home. Rock Creek was led by Morgan Feldkamp’s 15 points.
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team went on the road Thursday night and lost, 94-80, to Central Christian College in McPherson. Central shot 59 percent from the field, while the Crusaders connected on only 39 percent of their shots which enabled the Tigers to
FLUSH — The Riley County girls’ basketball team used a strong third quarter to get some much-needed separation against the Rock Creek Mustangs Tuesday night in a 43-31 road win in a rivalry game. Riley County senior guards Katelyn Thomson and Madison Vargo combined for 23 points
FLUSH — The Rock Creek Mustangs ran away from the Riley County Falcons, 67-31, in a rivalry game that was blown open in the first half. A raucous home crowd, led by a boisterous student section, helped Rock Creek open up to a 40-12 halftime lead,
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