High School Basketball Results and Standings

 

Standings as of December 12, 2017 for: Twin Valley Boys | Mid-East Boys | NCKL Boys | Centennial Boys | Twin Valley Girls | Mid-East Girls | NCKL Girls | Centennial Girls

BASKETBALL SCORES/STANDINGS

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Scores/Schedule – February 16th

Boys:

TVL

Axtell – 47
at Valley Heights – 52

Blue Valley – 60
at Troy – 65

The Rams led for most of the game before Troy rallied in the 4th quarter to win. Troy benefitted from shooting 24 free throws to Blue Valley’s 5.

Centralia – 39
at St. Mary’s – 54

Hanover – 63
at Clifton Clyde – 58

Frankfort – 74
at Wetmore – 58

Brandon Anderson scored 25 points for the Wildcats, who led by 8 at halftime.

Linn – 54
at Wakefield – 38

Mid East 

Riley County – 46
at Rossville – 61

Rossville slowly extended its lead through the entire game, never letting Riley County make a serious threat down the stretch.

Silver Lake – 50
at Rock Creek – 67

Rock Creek trailed 21-9 after the first quarter and by 5 at halftime before taking over. Silver Lake was within 5 with less than 4 minutes to play, but the Mustangs finished the game extremely well. RC had 3 players in double figures.

Centralia – 39
at St. Mary’s – 54

Wabaunsee – 38
at Herington – 24

NCKL

Abilene 65
at Clay Center 37

The Cowboys led 22-4 after the first period and never looked back.

Chapman 25
at Marysville 60

Quite the turnaround from the first meeting, when Chapman beat Marysville 55-50 on Dec. 15 (one of the Bulldogs’ 2 losses this season).

Wamego – 67
at Concordia – 61

Wamego led by 6 after the first quarter, which turned out to be the difference in the game.

Centennial

Emporia – 60
at Hayden – 78

Hayden was red hot offensively to start this one, scoring 24 points in the first quarter to put Emporia away early.

Manhattan 53
at Highland Park 46

MHS caught fire early and jumped to a 20-4 lead in the first quarter. The lead was 220 at halftime before HP stormed back and got within 4. But MHS held on down the stretch for its second win in three games. Dawson Stewart scored 14 points to lead the Indians.

Seaman – 59
at Junction City – 43

Nathan Heinen scored 17 points to pace three Seaman players in double figures. The Vikings led by 10 at halftime and dominated the third quarter.

Topeka West – 61
at Shawnee Heights – 42

Koriyon Carr had a game-high 26 points for the Chargers, who pulled away in the second quarter.

Topeka – 65
at Washburn Rural – 51

T-High: 8-3 in league; Washburn Rural senior Raymond Swopes scored a game-high 19 points

 

 

 

Girls:

TVL

Axtell – 49
at Valley Heights – 65

Blue Valley – 64
at Troy – 44

Brooklyn Zoeller scored 24 points to lead the Lady Rams over Troy.

Centralia – 51
at St. Mary’s – 41

Hanover – 53
at Clifton Clyde – 43

Frankfort – 68
at Wetmore – 42

Emillee Ebert scored 30 points on 12 made field goals to help Frankfort to an easy win. Wetmore didn’t have a player reach double figures.

Linn – 37
at Wakefield – 21

Mid East 

Riley County 45
at Rossville 41

Silver Lake 51
at Rock Creek 53 (2OT)

The Mustangs trailed by 9 after the third quarter before rallying to force overtime. Tabi Vetter led 3 Rock Creek players in double figures with 15 points.

Centralia – 51
at St. Mary’s – 41

Wabaunsee – 58
at Herington – 17

NCKL

Abilene 42
at Clay Center 52

Chapman 36
at Marysville 56

Wamego 39
at Concordia 44

Wamego trailed by 1 with 3 minutes left, but Concordia made some big plays down the stretch to earn the win at home.

Centennial

Emporia 47
at Hayden 36

Manhattan 56
at Highland Park 43

Chrissy Carr continued a stretch of good play with a 23-point outing. Megan Worthington added 14 for the Indians, who had a comfortable lead for most of the game.

Seaman 68
at Junction City 52

Seaman: Camryn Turner scored 21 points and Makayla Akin added a career-high 16 off the bench. Briona Jensen registered a game-high 22 points for Junction City

Topeka West 34
at Shawnee Heights 35 (OT)

Lydia Ostenson finished with 19 points, including four from the free-throw line in OT.

Topeka 33
at Washburn Rural 63

Carly Bachelor had 11 of her game-high 19 points in the first quarter as Washburn Rural (14-4 overall, 10-1 in the league) took a 22-7 lead.

 

 

 

 

 

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STANDINGS:

Twin Valley Girls LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Centralia 2-0 3-0
Hanover 2-0 2-0
Frankfort 2-0 4-0
Doniphan West 2-1 2-1
Valley Heights 1-1 1-2
Clifton-Clyde 1-1 2-1
Wetmore 1-1 2-1
Blue Valley 1-1 1-1
Washington County 1-1 2-1
Axtell 0-1 0-4
Onaga 0-1 0-2
Linn  0-2 0-2
 Troy 0-2  0-2

*denotes league champion


 
Mid-East League Girls LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Riley County 1-0 3-0
Rossville 0-0 2-1
St. Mary’s 0-0 1-1
 Wabaunsee 0-0 2-0
 Silver Lake 0-1 0-3
Rock Creek 0-1 0-3

*denotes league champion


NCKL Girls LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
 Marysville 1-0 4-0
Abilene 0-0 2-0
Chapman 0-0 2-0
Concordia 0-0 2-1
Wamego 0-0 0-3
Clay Center 0-1 1-2

*denotes league champion


Centennial League Girls LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Shawnee Heights 1-0 1-2
Seaman 1-0 1-2
Washburn 1-0 1-1
Emporia 0-0 3-1
Hayden 0-0 1-1
Highland Park 0-0 3-0
Junction City 0-0 1-2
Manhattan 0-0 3-1
Topeka 0-1 0-2
Topeka West 0-2 0-2

*denotes league champion


 

Twin Valley Boys LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Hanover* 17-1 23-2
Troy 15-1 19-3
Onaga 13-3 16-7
Doniphan West 11-7 13-10
Valley Heights 9-6 12-9
Washington County 11-8 13-10
Linn 9-9 9-11
Frankfort 7-9 8-13
Centralia 6-10 7-14
Clifton Clyde 5-10 9-13
Axtell 3-13 5-18
Wetmore 1-16 3-19
Blue Valley 1-17 1-20
 

*denotes league champion


 
Mid-East League Boys LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Rock Creek* 7-3 18-5
Silver Lake* 7-3 18-6
St. Marys* 7-3 16-6
Wabaunsee 5-5 17-6
Rossville 4-6 12-11
Riley County 0-10 3-18

*denotes league champion


NCKL Boys LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Wamego* 8-2 16-5
Abilene* 8-2 21-4
Marysville 7-3 22-4
Chapman  4-6 9-12
Concordia 2-8 6-16
Clay Center 1-9 4-17

*denotes league champion


Centennial League Boys LEAGUE STANDINGS:

Team League Overall
Manhattan* 11-2 18-5
Washburn Rural
11-3 15-7
Shawnee Heights 10-3 22-3
Hayden 9-4 18-6
Highland Park 8-5 11-10
Seaman 7-6 14-8
Topeka High 5-8 9-12
Topeka West 4-10 6-15
Junction City 1-12 4-17
Emporia 0-13 6-15

*denotes league champion