At Junction City, the Mustangs had four players in double-figure scoring as they beat St. Xavier 102-31 on Tuesday. Blake Woodyard and Derek Trimble had 15 points each, while Elijah Smith scored 12 and Charles Musil added 10. It was 31-7 after the first quarter and 61-20 at
At Abilene, things got off to a good start for the Rock Creek Mustangs on Tuesday, as they led 20-14 after the first quarter. But then it went south. They were outscored by Abilene 19-7 in the second quarter, and 56-27 from the second on
At Linn, with a balanced scoring attack, Frankfort defeated Linn 59-50. Calahan Brown scored 19 points and Lucas Adams scored 13 points, while Brett Kenworthy add 10. Frankfort trailed at halftime, 26-23, but came back in the third quarter to take a 45-44 lead. The Wildcats edged Linn 14
At Nemaha Valley, Nemaha Valley pulled off a come-from-behind win to top Wamego 45-44 . The Red Raiders led 16-5 after the first and 24-21 going into the break. Nemaha would tie the game in the third quarter and it remained tied going into the fourth .
At Junction City, Brandi Roepke scored 21 points and Sidney Blackburn added 16 points as Valley Heights eased past St. Xavier, 65-16. The Mustangs piled up 36 points in the first half to lead the game 36-3, and added 11 to lead 47-10 at halftime. Valley Heights outscored St.
At Nemaha Valley, Lanie Page scored 17 points and her older sister Kaylee Page added 15 as the Red Raiders beat Nemaha Valley 42-30. The Wamego duo combined to score all but 10 of their team’s points in a game that never got too close. It was 10
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team came away with a 77-69 overtime victory over Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Mo., on Saturday. In the first half, MCC struggled from the floor, not scoring its first points until five minutes into the first half.
Sometimes things have a way of working out, and sometimes things have a way of working out even if they shouldn’t. That seems to have been the case with the Wamego football team the past couple years. The Red Raiders were in a a
Last Friday, Anthony Middle School wrestlers finished a long night of competition at the Topeka Seaman Middle School Invitational. With 16 tornado wrestlers, they captured six first-place championships, one second place, three third-place finishers and one fourth-place medalist. The AMS team brought home the first-place
The Eisenhower Middle School eighth-grade girls’ basketball team lost to Topeka Seaman 27-15 on Thursday. The Eagles took a 10-7 lead into the half, but Seaman outscored EMS 9-2 in the third quarter to take the lead for good. Liz Wilson scored seven points, with
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