Playing as tournament host, third-seeded Frankfort outscored Linn 18-9 in the second quarter to turn a close game into an easy win for the Wildcats (8-1, 4-1 Twin Valley). With the win, Frankfort faces second-seeded Baileyville B&B in the semifinals on Friday. Jessa
The hometown Frankfort Wildcats led 21-8 at halftime and didn’t let up against top-seeded Onaga, earning a semifinal berth against Valley Heights on Thursday. Calahan Brown led the Wildcats (6-4, 2-3 Twin Valley) with 16 points while Brett Kenworthy added 13.
The Mustangs came out of the gate strong against Hanover, taking a seven-point lead and maintaining that lead the rest of the way in a matchup between teams seeded fourth and fifth. Valley Heights was the only team to survive a day of upsets and
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team picked up two victories over the weekend, beating Presentation College 50-49 and Union College 108-94. MCC beat Presentation on Friday night in a defensive game that saw a low-scoring first half. Presentation lead 27-23 at halftime, with
MARYSVILLE — In true team fashion, the Wamego boys basketball team used a collective effort to overcome Marysville in the second half of a 56-40 NCKL win Friday night. Eleven players posted a basket for the Red Raiders and no one wearing a Wamego jersey scored
MARYSVILLE — Junior phenom Kaylee Page scored a game-high 26 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Wamego Red Raiders to a 61-28 win on the road at Marysville Friday night. Page also sunk five 3-pointers in the win and had four blocks. Her sophomore sister, Lanie,
FLUSH — Ryan Schneider couldn’t be stopped. The junior shot the Rock Creek Mustangs past Rossville 65-44 on Tuesday night, making six 3-pointers and finishing with a game-high 24 points. Three of Schneider’s 3-pointers came in the third quarter when the Mustangs opened a 12-point
At Blue Rapids, Sidney Blackburn scored 15 points and Brandi Roepke added another 11 as Valley Heights scored a narrow 46-44 win over Centralia on Tuesday. The Mustangs led 16-15 after a high-scoring first quarter, but Centralia led 24-23 at the break. Valley Heights created some distance
At Clifton-Clyde, with a big fourth quarter, the Frankfort girls eased past Clifton-Clyde on Tuesday, 53-37. The Wildcats (4-4) held a 32-25 lead going into the fourth quarter, and outscored their opponent 21-12 to win the game going away. Josie Hale scored 17 points, while Ashley
At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights couldn’t hold on to a slim lead in the fourth quarter on Tuesday, losing to Centralia 40-39. The Mustangs (6-2) led 14-13 after the first quarter and pushed that lead to 20-18 through two quarters. Centralia stayed in the
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