Area Schools

  • Valley Heights 55, Hanover 45

    At Washington, the top-seeded Mustangs opened up Twin Valley League tournament play with a 10-point win over 10th-seeded Hanover. The Mustangs received a first-round bye in the tournament. Valley Heights led by 10 at halftime and by 15 heading into the fourth quarter in the win. Brandi Roepke led all scorers with 19 ...

  • Hesston 70, Riley County 30

    At Hillsboro, top-seeded Hesston led 17-6 after the first quarter and kept piling it on the rest of the way in its opening-round win over Riley County. Jackson Wagner led Riley County with 13 points, including three 3-pointers, while Brice Brummett added seven points. Riley County falls into the consolation side ...

  • Valley Heights 56, Axtell 44

    At Washington, the Mustangs backed up their No. 1 seed and first-round bye in the Twin Valley League tournament with a 12-point win over eighth-seeded Axtell. Valley Heights had three players score in double figures, led by Bennett Bargdill’s 14 points, with Charles Musil adding 13 and Derek Trimble adding 12. The top-seeded ...

  • Baileyville B&B 59, BV-Randolph 30

    Baileyville B&B jumped out to a 23-point halftime lead and never looked back against the 14th-seeded Rams on Saturday. Blue Valley won the fourth quarter and was outscored by seven points in the second half. Megan Plummer led Blue Valley with eight points. The Rams play Frankfort at 5:30 ...

  • Linn 44, Frankfort 31

    The fourth-seeded Linn Bulldogs used a 16-4 run in the second quarter to take a lead they would not relinquish in the opening round of the TVL girls’ tournament Saturday. In the other three quarters, Frankfort played the Bulldogs even. Adrianna Martin scored 10 points for the Wildcats, with Ashley Joseph ...

  • Frankfort teams open TVL tourney with losses

    In Washington, After taking an 11-point halftime lead in the opening round of the Twin Valley League boys’ tournament on Saturday, No. 4-seeded Baileyville B&B and No. 13-seeded Frankfort both slowed down the scoring in the second half, with just 19 combined points the rest of the way. But ...

  • Centralia 51, BV-Randolph 33

    After a quick start by Blue Valley that brought a 12-6 lead after the first quarter, No. 3-seeded Centralia quickly established itself in the second quarter, outscoring the Rams 17-4 to take a 23-16 lead to halftime. The Panthers cruised to victory in the second half for the comfortable win. ...

  • Eagles’ size too much for Falcons

    RILEY COUNTY — DJ Redmon punished the undersized Riley County Falcons to the tune of 15 points in a 60-49 Silver Lake win Friday night. Redmon, who stood as a tall as a redwood against the shorter Falcons players, spent most of the night grabbing rebounds above the heads of the Falcons’ ...

  • Riley County girls edge Silver Lake, 46-39

    RILEY COUNTY — Riley County escaped with a 46-39 victory against Silver Lake. The Falcons and Eagles kept one another grounded throughout most of the game, though. Tough defense and high-pressure was the name of the Eagles’ game as Taylor White and Alexis Gifford hounded the play-making guards of Riley County — ...

  • Rock Creek boys rout Wabaunsee

    At Flush, the Rock Creek boys basketbal team used a big first half to put Wabaunsee away on Friday, winning 60-36. The Mustangs (7-2) led 20-7 after the first quarter, and 32-16 by halftime. Rock Creek outscored Wabaunsee (3-5) 28-20 in the second half. Ryan Schneider led the Mustangs with 23 ...

  • Wamego dominates in Marysville

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders had four players finish in double figures on Friday in a dominant 80-47 win over Marysville. Wamego (5-4) led 23-10 after the first quarter and 43-22 by halftime. Marysville (2-7) cut the lead by three after the third, and then put the game away in ...

  • Wabaunsee 34, Rock Creek 26

    At Flush, Rock Creek was denied picking up its first win of the season on Friday, losing 34-26 to Wabaunsee. The Mustangs (0-9) trailed 4-2 after the first quarter, but tied it up at halftime at 10. The Chargers (6-2) took their distance in the third quarter, going ahead 20-17, before ...







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