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RPAC BOY'S BASKETBALL RESULTS 12/25



  • Alma took on Medicine Valley this past week and came away with a nice win. The final score of the matchup was 51-39. Alma is now 6-1 on the season going into the moratorium.


  • Arapahoe had one game this past week as they played Northern Valley Kansas. At the half, Arapahoe was down just 29-28. But in the second half, they were outscored 37-17 and couldn't keep up. Trenton Roskop led Arapahoe with 12 points. Ander Wasenius had 10 points. Arapahoe is 3-5 on the year.


  • Bertrand did not have a game this past week.



  • Cambridge competed in the Pleasanton Holiday Tournament this past week. They first played Ravenna and lost 51-36. Cambridge was led by Ben Hoberty and his 13 points. Cambridge bounced back and beat Anselmo-Merna 52-28. Will Taylor had 13 points, Carson Trompke put up 12 and Brohedy Wood had 10. Cambridge went into the Holiday Break at 3-5.




  • Dundy County Stratton had a pair of games this past week. The Tigers beat Perkins County on Monday 71-46. They turned around on Tuesday and won over Wauneta-Palisade 62-22. Jackson Kerchal was effective with 26 points and nine rebounds.


  • Hitchcock County did not have any games this past week.


  • Maywood-Hayes Center played in the Paxton Pre-Holiday Tournament and came away with a pair of wins. They first took down Garden County 63-31. They controlled the game from the start as they led 24-13 after one period, and then 43-13 at the intermission. Jeremiah Ingison had 22 points in the game. The Wolves played Paxton in the championship game and won 59-50. In this battle of some of the top teams in the RPAC, the first half was the difference as Maywood-Hayes Center led 31-23. From there they maintained and won the matchup. Hayden Kramer had a big game with 22 points. Haydn Farr scored 15 and 12 rebounds. The Wolves are 8-0.



  • Maxwell had two games last week and went 1-1 at their own Holiday Tournament. They began with a 63-49 over Brady. Ty Robinson had 18 points and Tyler Cheek was effective as well with 25 points. Maxwell then played South Loup and lost, 50-26. The Tigers are 2-5.


  • Medicine Valley battled Alma this last week and fell 51-39. Kemreyn Bonini had a monster game with 25 points to lead the Raiders. Medicine Valley is 1-7 this season.


  • Paxton hosted their Pre-Holiday Tournament last week and went 1-1. The Tigers won via blowout in the first round of the tourney as they beat Mullen 63-25. They had four players in double figures as Isaiah Fox scored 16, Jacob Holzfaster had 13, Josh Eakins with 12, and Tommy Markussen scored 11. Paxton then played Maywood-Hayes Center in the championship game and lost 59-50. Fox had 18 and Tanner Hebblethwaite had 12. Paxton is 6-1 on the season.


  • Southern Valley played fellow RPAC East foe Southwest last week. For the Eagles, they were able to get the win, 51-38. It was a nice game from Kamden Bose with 19 points and 10 boards, and Matthew Henderson scored 15. The Eagles are 3-4 on the year now.


  • Southwest took on Southern Valley last week and lost by a final score of 51-38. The Roughriders are 3-5 this season now.



  • Wallace did not have any games this past week.


  • Wauneta-Palisade played a conference opponent, Dundy County Stratton, last week. They fell to the Tigers 62-22. The Broncos found themselves down at the half 33-14, and could never recover. The Broncos are 2-5 on the season now.




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