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  • Wamego 54, Rock Creek 17

    At Flush, the Red Raiders started their season strong with a rivalry win over Rock Creek, taking control early and leading 34-10 at the end of the third quarter. The game ended with a running clock. Individual scoring was not available. ...

  • Rock Creek 55, Wamego 52

    At Flush, Rock Creek came out on the winning end of a back-and-forth game against its Pottawatomie County rival, despite struggling to put the game away from the free-throw line in the final minute. Wamego led 52-51 on a Dillon Blain layup but Rock Creek immediately scored to retake the ...

  • Riley County 69, BV-Randolph 52

    At Randolph, Riley County jumped out to a 23-point halftime lead and never looked back against Blue Valley in the two teams’ season opener. Alex Sager led the Falcons with 12 points, while Brice Brummett, Nick Serrano and Zach Richard each had 10. The Rams were led by Haydn Budenbender’s 23 points, ...

  • Centralia 46, Valley Heights. 45, OT

    At Centralia, Valley Heights dropped its season opener in overtime to the Panthers, giving up a big second-half lead in the process. The Mustangs led 31-22 at halftime, but scored just 13 points combined in the second half to allow Centralia to force overtime. The Panthers outscored Valley Heights 3-2 in ...

  • Falcons, Mustangs named All Mid-East League

    The Riley County Falcons got several nods on the All-Mid-East League football list, while Rock Creek added three. The Falcons landed wide receiver Jackson Wagner, running back Garrett Staten and offensive lineman Dylan Moore on the first-team offense, while quarterback Brice Brummett earned honorable mention. Rock Creek placed running back ...

  • Troy routs Mustangs in playoff opener

    At Troy, the Valley Heights Mustangs made their second trip of the season to play Twin-Valley League foe Troy, this time in the postseason. Once again, the Trojans had the Mustangs number, winning 50-6 to advance to the next round of the playoffs. Valley Heights struggled to move the ball, ...

  • Area teams compete state cross country

    Wamego’s Allison Seufert, the lone representative at the Class 4A state meet for the girls’ team, medaled in her final race at the Wamego Country Club, taking 14th in a time of 16:02.7. The Wamego boys’ team finished in 11th place on its home course, led by Gavin Alexander (51st, 18:00.0) ...

  • EMS girls’ basketball opens season

    The Eisenhower Middle School eighth-grade girls’ basketball team lost its season opener on Thursday afternoon to Rock Creek, 16-13. The Eagles created steals and turnovers through most of the contest, but struggled to convert on the offensive end. They held a one-point lead going into the fourth quarter, but did ...

  • Wamego finishes district with blowout win

    At Nickerson, the Wamego Red Raiders celebrated their third state playoff berth by routing Nickerson, 63-10, on the road on Friday. With the win, Wamego got to 8-1 on the season and now turns its attention to hosting Clearwater (3-6) in a regional playoff game on Friday at 7 p.m. ...

  • Valley Heights 48, Jackson Heights 14

    At Blue Rapids, in a game to decide the district runner-up, Valley Heights stomped Jackson Heights, 48-14. Keaton DeWalt scored a pair of touchdowns, as did quarterback Gage Woodyard, while Elijah Smith added too and Logan Woodyard scored one. Valley Heights will be on the road on Friday to face ...

  • Frankfort 60, Blue Valley 14

    At Randolph, Frankfort dealt Blue Valley the final blow in a winless season for the Rams, winning 60-14 on the road. Frankfort finished the season at 5-4 and missed the playoffs, while the Rams lost all nine games this season. ...

  • Centralia 46, Rock Creek 13

    At Flush, Rock Creek had the misfortune of facing its district’s champion in the final game of the season, and lost 46-13. Centralia had all but wrapped up the district title before it traveled to Flush, and cemented in with a steady attack that put the game out of ...










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