When Wamego High’s Kaylee and Lanie Page start their quest for a Class 4A state doubles title this Friday in Topeka, they will also be protecting their unscathed 2013 record. The Page sisters are 26-0 this season, winning a hard-fought regional championship against McPherson last
The Flint Hills Christian School split a pair of matches last Friday, beating Victory Christian (29-27, 25-27, 26-24) and losing to the Heritage Christian (14-25, 9-25).
The Manhattan Christian College volleyball team picked up a big road win on Wednesday, defeating Central Christian College in McPherson (25-15, 25-20, 25-15). It was the second sweep for MCC over Central Christian this season. The Crusaders are now 23-6 on the season and
A year after losing 24-6 in the Little Apple Bowl to Eisenhower Middle School at Bishop Stadium, the Anthony Middle School Tornadoes turned the tables on the Eagles and won 16-12 in the annual showdown between Manhattan’s two middle schools. Two-point conversions proved to
WAMEGO — Quarterback Kyler Alderson did a little bit of everything in leading his high-flying Red Raiders (6-0) to their second consecutive NCKL title with a 42-0 blowout win over Clay Center (4-2) Friday night. After clinching the league crown on the road last season, the
In St Marys, Riley County completed a furious second-half comeback on the road, turning a 24-0 halftime deficit into a 44-40 win behind a 30-point third quarter. The Falcons earned their second win of the season, with Trace Nelson scoring three touchdowns, two on the
In Stilwell, Rock Creek may have started an hour late, but the change in routine didn’t keep the Mustangs from earning their first win of the season. Rock Creek scored the first two touchdowns of the game, with Jackson Goodmiller finishing the night with 233
In Blue Rapids, the Mustangs lost a low-scoring affair with Troy (4-2), despite taking a 6-0 lead to halftime. Troy scored all 15 of its points in the third quarter to take the lead for good, with Valley Heights responding with a second touchdown and two-point
In Frankfort, the Wildcats (1-4) struggled against Baileyville (5-1), trailing 38-6 after one quarter en route to a 54-6 loss. Jake Rose scored the lone touchdown for Frankfort on a 15-yard run. Baileyville outgained Frankfort 292-114 offensively and did most of its damage through the
In Beloit, Blue Valley dropped its first game of the year against St Johns-Tipton (6-0) in a game that was called near the end of the third quarter. Blue Valley trailed 42-8 at halftime and ended the night with just 167 yards of offense. Marshall Carey
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