At Wamego, the Red Raiders hung tough for one quarter before falling off the pace with Clay Center in a 17-point loss. Wamego trailed 9-8 after one quarter, but faced a 12-point halftime deficit and trailed by 10 heading into the fourth quarter. Caitlyn Claussen scored 15
At Frankfort, the Wildcats were able to pull out a 15-point home win over the Rams Tuesday night. Brenden Levi led Frankfort with 24 points, while Haydn Budenbender paced Blue Valley with 19 points. Chase Carey was also in double figures for the Rams with 13.
At Riley, the Falcons came out on top in a back-and-forth game against Council Grove Tuesday night, going to halftime tied and taking a three-point lead into the fourth quarter before pulling out the win in the final period. Jackson Wagner led all scorers with 18
At Chapman, Rock Creek had little trouble taking care of business against the Fighting Irish, leading by seven after the first quarter and taking a 16-point lead to halftime. The Mustangs led 51-24 heading into the fourth quarter in the lopsided win. Individual scoring was
At Wamego, the Red Raiders outscored Clay Center in every quarter in a lopsided victory over the Tigers Tuesday night. Wamego led by 17 at halftime and kept adding to it in the final two quarters to win going away. Sean Nordberg led four Red Raiders
ST. MARYS — As the St. Marys girls’ basketball team took a 31-29 lead with a 3-pointer to start the fourth quarter, it appeared Rock Creek would once again be in for a close game decided in the fina l minutes. But the at-times offensively-challenged Mustangs,
At Abilene, the Wamego boys’ basketball team got off to a slow start but recovered to score a key NCKL road win against Abilene Friday night, 55-52. The Red Raiders trailed by 12 points after the opening quarter but had the deficit trimmed to three by
At Randolph, Doniphan West took a 24-point lead to halftime and had no trouble taking care of business against Blue Valley, winning every quarter but the third to win big. Bradley Young led the Rams with 10 points, including a pair of 3-pointers.
At Hanover, Frankfort trailed by 11 at halftime and couldn’t keep pace in the second half in a lopsided loss on the road Friday night. Jedd Rose scored 15 points to lead the Wildcats, with Ryan Kraushaar and Adam Kenworthy each scoring nine.
At Wetmore, Valley Heights led 36-17 at halftime en route to a big win against Wetmore on Friday night. Bryan Yungeberg scored 20 points to lead the Mustangs, while Anthony Edwards scored 16 and Keaton DeWalt chipped in 11.
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