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  • Hanover 38, Blue Valley-Randolph 34

    HANOVER 38, BV-RANDOLPH 34 At Hanover, the Rams put together a solid effort against Hanover, trailing by four after the first quarter but outscoring the Wildcats 13-4 in the second quarter to take a 22-17 lead into the break. Hanover cut Blue Valley’s lead to two after the third quarter and ...

  • Wetmore 56, Frankfort 49

    At Wetmore, the Wildcats put together a comeback effort in the third quarter after trailing by 13 at halftime, but Wetmore was able to hold onto its seven-point lead heading into the final period. Lucas Adams scored 17 for Frankfort. The Wildcats host Baileyville B&B to end the first semester ...

  • Riley County. 44, Clay Center 24

    At Riley, the Falcons took a four-point lead after the first quarter before blanking Clay Center in the second quarter to take an 18-6 halftime lead. The Tigers were competitive in the second half, but couldn’t make a dent in the Falcons’ lead. Taylor Oliver led all scorers with 17 ...

  • Wamego 62, Chapman 26

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders took a 37-12 lead to halftime and never looked back, defeating Chapman handily while winning all four quarters against the Fighting Irish. Lanie Page led all scorers with 27 points on 13-of-16 shooting, while Kaylee Page added 10 and Maddie Vontz chipped in eight. Wamego travels to ...

  • Wetmore 47, Frankfurt 32

    At Wetmore, the Wildcats were outscored in every quarter on the road against Wetmore, trailing by six at halftime and nine heading into the fourth quarter. Individual scoring was not available. Frankfort travels to Baileyville B&B on Friday to close out the semester. ...

  • Valley Hts. sweeps Republic Co.

    The Valley Heights boys’ and girls’ basketball teams each stayed undefeated with a sweep of Republic County on Tuesday night in Belleville. For the boys’ team, it took three quarters, but the Mustangs finally wore down Republic County in their 49-29 win. They turned a six-point lead heading into the ...

  • Wamego girls No. 1 in Class 4A

    Wamego girls No. 1 in Class 4A The KBCA released its final rankings of 2013 this week, taking a break until the new school semester starts up next month. A number of area teams are still ranked. Wamego is the highest-ranking girls’ team in the area, sitting atop Class 4A at No. 1. ...

  • Eisenhower finishes fifth in league

    The Eisenhower eighth grade girls’ basketball team took fifth in the Centennial League tournament by beating Anthony in the consolation finals. The tournament started for Eisenhower with a loss to Emporia last Thursday, followed by a 50-31 win over Junction City on Saturday, led by Therriana Pittman’s 16 points and ...

  • Anthony seventh grade wins league

    The Anthony Middle School seventh grade girls’ basketball team won the Centennial League title on Saturday. The Tornadoes beat Washburn Rural 28-18 in the championship game to finish with a 13-1 final record. The roster includes Haleigh Harper, Preston Reid, Brooklyn Cink, Garrin Williams, Chloe Colston, Abby Cox, Elise Jackson, ...

  • Flint Hills Christian plays three games

    The Flint Hills Christian junior and senior high teams were in action on Tuesday, playing Heritage and St. Johns. The junior high girls lost to heritage 20-16, while the boys lost 47-8. The senior high boys lost to St. Johns 46-32. ...

  • Hanover 41, Blue Valley-Randolph 28

    At Hanover, the Rams played close, but from behind all night long against the Wildcats, spotting Hanover a six-point lead after the first quarter before keeping it close in the next three. Shelby Peter scored nine points to lead the Rams, with Megan Plummer scoring eight. Blue Valley travels to ...

  • MCC’s Kylie Rupe named national player of the year

    The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) named Manhattan Christian College’s junior outside hitter Kylie Rupe the 2013 AVCA NCCAA National Player of the Year.  Rupe — a 2011 graduate of Manhattan High — is the daughter of Marvin and Jolene Rupe. Manhattan Christian College, which finished 32-7 overall, won the conference regular ...







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