Rock Creek and Riley County were well-represented on the All Mid-East League basketball teams, with both placing several players between the two teams. The Rock Creek boys landed Carson Becker, Jared Garcia and Ryan Schneider on the first team, while Nate Berard earned an honorable
The Wamego girls’ team placed three on the North Central Kansas League first team and the boys added three as well as Wamego landed eight players on the NCKL basketball teams. The girls had Kaylee Page and Lanie Page, along with Allison Seufert on the
The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team ended its season with a 26-6 overall record and a seventh-place finish at the NCCAA tournament. Libby Witte was named First Team All-American, while Sarah Wenger was named to the second team. The Crusaders’ Larry Olson was
Valley Heights, which finished second in the Class 1A Division-I state tournament this past weekend, placed two on the first-team All-TVL team released this week, including Brandi Roepke and Sidney Blackburn. Frankfort’s Ashley Joseph and Arriana Martin both made the second team. On
SALINA — Both Wamego head coach Jim Page and daughter, senior Kaylee Page tried hard to remain stoic in the moments after they’d watched the No. 1-seed Red Raiders’ title hopes dashed in a 57-41 loss to No. 2 Bishop Miege in Saturday afternoon’s Class 4
In a battle of undefeated teams in Saturday’s Class 2A girls’ championship game at Bramlage Coliseum, Central Plains (26-0) got a long jumpshot from sophomore Taylor Rolfs with less than five seconds left to propel the Oilers to a 47-45 win over Jefferson County
Twin Valley League member Washington County (22-3) completed a rally against Meade (20-6) to win Saturday’s Class 2A consolation game. The Tigers trailed by seven at halftime, but tied the game heading into the fourth quarter and did enough to win in the end,
After winning a Class 1A-Division I championship last season, St. John-Hudson finished off a second championship and undefeated season — this time in 2A — behind a 27-point effort from guard Zuriel Reyes. The 5-foot-10 senior finished 6 of 9 from long range and led the team in scoring
The Olpe Eagles began Saturday’s Class 2A consolation game with a 10-0 run and led by 24 points at halftime, routing Pittsburg-Colgan, despite a furious third-quarter rally by the Panthers. Colgan (19-7) outscored Olpe 23-9 in the third quarter to cut the Eagle lead to 10.
EMPORIA — With a 72-game winning streak spanning three seasons coming into Saturday’s Class 1A-Division-I state championship game, the Valley Heights girls’ basketball team was going to need a special effort against undefeated Hoxie to come away with a state title. Instead, the Mustangs’ magical
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