At Flush, the Rock Creek Mustangs won their first game of district play on Friday, scoring 35 straight points before Marysville could answer in a 35-7 win. Brett Hammett finished the game 5-of-8 passing for 82 yards and rushed nine times for 58 yards.
At Highland, Derek Trimble ran for two touchdowns and threw for another one as Valley Heights beat Doniphan West 34-15. Trimble was 3 for 3 for 32 yards and rushed for 47 yards. Cole Maddox rushed 20 times for 91 yards and a touchdown, and Hunter Stevenson rushed for 51 yards and
At Riley, Riley County’s early lead couldn’t hold off Nemaha Valley as the Falcons lost 20-12. Despite scoring the opening touchdown on a 79-yard run by Trace Nelson, the Falcons gave up touchdown passes of 61 and 29 yards in the second quarter.
At Randolph, for the second straight week, the Blue Valley Rams ran into a brick wall against one of the state’s toughest teams, losing to Hanover 50-0. Blue Valley was held to just 87 yards on 29 plays, while Hanover needed just 31 plays to gain 302 yards.
At Frankfort, the Frankfort Wildcats were shutout on Friday night, falling to 1-5 on the season in a 47-0 loss to Axtell.
Wamego boys win NCKL cross country meet The Wamego boys’ cross country team won the NCKL title by 25 points on Thursday in Abilene. The Red Raider girls took second place in a race that was dominated by Clay Center. The boys finished with 30 points, while
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
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