At Randolph, the Rams (0-4) continued a tough start to the season against the fourth-ranked Linn Bulldogs, hanging tough before halftime only to see Linn take over in the second half. Linn outscored Blue Valley 21-8 in the third quarter to pull away for good.
At Flush, the Mustangs (1-1) went back and forth with 10th-ranked Abilene (2-0) all night long, trailing by just one point after each of the first two quarters before seeing the Cowboys take a 48-41 lead after three. Rock Creek made up the difference in
At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs (2-0) made quick work of Junction City’s St. Xavier, leading 24-5 after one quarter and 51-13 at halftime. Elijah Smith led all scorers with 17 points, while Logan Woodyard (12 points), Gage Woodyard (12 points) and Derek Trimble (11 points) all finished in
At Randolph, the Rams (1-3) fell to Linn at home. Game details were not available. Zach Rootring led Blue Valley with 13 points, while Josh Meyer and Chad Gross each had 15 points for the Bulldogs. Blue Valley takes the weekend off before traveling to eighth-ranked Hanover
WAMEGO — At halftime of Tuesday’s game against Nemaha Valley, the Wamego girls’ basketball team found itself in an uncommon position. The Red Raiders were behind. For two quarters, it looked as if Nemaha Valley might have the recipe for an upset against the top-ranked
WAMEGO — The way the Wamego boys’ basketball team played in the first quarter, it would have been easy for the Red Raiders to throw in the towel. Facing a 21-8 deficit after one quarter and a Nemaha Valley lead that ballooned to as many as 20
The Rock Creek wrestling team opened its season on Dec. 7, in Wamego. Junior Chase Ridder and sophomore AJ Burenhiede led the Mustangs to a fifth-place team finish. Both wrestlers took second in their respective weight classes. The Mustangs next action is Tuesday night vs
Four area girl’s teams and one boys’ team are ranked in the latest KBCA rankings. The Wamego girls are No. 1 in Class 4A DI, while the Riley County girls are No. 2 in 3A. The Valley Heights girls are ranked No. 3 in 1A DI and
The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team defeated Union College last night 93 to 61. Manhattan opened up a 22-10 lead in the first 7 minutes. Union was able to score 23 points in the next 13 minutes to trail Manhattan 44-33 at the half. Manhattan’s Libby Witte
At Hays, the Riley County girls won the Hays Shootout Saturday with a dominant win over the Great Bend Panthers in the championship game, 74-53. The Falcons led 22-8 after the first quarter and led by 33 points heading into the fourth quarter before calling off
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