At Alma, Riley County snapped a three-game losing streak and secured the season sweep of Wabaunsee Friday night, needing overtime to do it. Game information and individual scoring were not made available.
At Abilene, Wamego was outscored in each of the first three quarters before cutting into Abilene’s lead in the fourth quarter in an 11-point loss Friday night. The Red Raiders trailed by eight points at halftime and faced a 15-point deficit heading into the
At Randolph, Doniphan West took an early lead but Blue Valley fought all the way back, coming up just short in the fourth quarter. The Rams trailed by seven after the opening quarter, but had a two-point advantage going into the fourth quarter in the
At Hanover, Frankfort played even through the first quarter against Hanover, but trailed by five at halftime and eight points heading into the fourth quarter in a 12-point loss. Kyla Hardwick scored 15 points to lead the Wildcats.
At Wetmore, Valley Heights had to overcome an 11-point deficit heading into the second quarter, but outscored Wetmore in each of the final three quarters to pull out the win. Jo Roepke scored 40 points to lead all scorers, with Kayla Smith adding 17.
At Alma, Riley County won its sixth straight game, beating Wabaunsee for the second time this season. Game information and individual scoring were not made available.
At Flush, the Rock Creek boys’ basketball team held on to beat Marysville, 52-50, on Tuesday at home. Rock Creek got off to an 8-7 lead during the first quarter, but led 34-25 at halftime. The Mustangs spent the rest of the game trying to
At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs got off to a slow start and never recovered in a 64-48 loss to the Tigers. Washington County jumped out to a 20-7 lead and extended its lead to 35-20 at halftime. The Mustangs got outscored 21-12 in the third
At Clyde, Blue Valley took an early lead, but couldn’t hang on in a 64-57 loss on the road. The Rams were up 14-4 after the first quarter, but Clifton-Clyde came right back to cut the lead to 26-25 at halftime. Clifton-Clyde went ahead
At Concordia, the Panthers jumped ahead from the get-go and never looked back in an 89-66 win over Riley County. The Falcons struggled to keep pace out of the gate, falling behind 24-14 after one quarter and 45-30 by halftime. Concordia kept its foot on
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