top of page


  • Alma started the season with a pair of tight wins over Bertrand and Kenesaw. In their initial matchup against Bertrand, they started strong out of the gate up 18-12 after one quarter. Bertrand though was able to capture the lead and maintain it through the third quarter, up 40-39 heading into the fourth period. Alma scored nine while holding Bertrand to five to secure the win, 48-45. Tucker Biskup led the way for Alma with 19 points. Alma then won in an OT thriller over Kenesaw, 57-56. Alma was down entering the final quarter 38-32. They stormed back by putting up 18 points in the fourth, and then seven in the extra period to get the win. Alma is 2-0 on the year.

  • Arapahoe started the year with two tough opponents and weren't able to get a win. In their first game against Overton, the Warriors just struggled to get much going on offense as they couldn't muster any more than seven points in a quarter. Campbell Schutz led the way for the Warriors with six points. They fell 59-23. Arapahoe then took on one of the top teams in the conference, Dundy County Stratton, and lost 73-50. Arapahoe had a nice game offensively scoring at a high rate, as they had three players in double figures, Trenton Roskop with 11, Schutz with 11, and Ander Wasenius with 10. Arapahoe is 0-2 on the year.

  • Bertrand has started the season with a record of 1-1 after a loss to Alma, 48-45 and then a nice bounce-back win over Axtell, 55-48. In that loss to Alma, the Vikings did a nice job staying close with the Cardinals after allowing 18 points in the first period while scoring 12 themselves. But, they weren't able to secure the win. Owen Kaps of Bertrand had a nice game with 13 points. Chonsey Bieker added six points and 11 rebounds. Bertrand was able to take down Axtell on Friday evening to bring their record back to .500. Bertrand found themselves down 41-40 entering the final quarter. Bertrand though poured in 15 points and held the Wildcats to just seven.

  • Cambridge has started the season with a pair of wins over RPAC schools. They beat Hitchcock County on Thursday night with the final score reading 43-36. Carson Trompke led the way for Cambridge with 12 points. Brady Ahlemeyer had nine points, off of three, three's. Brohdey Wood didn't score, but he cleaned the glass with 17 rebounds. Cambridge then took on Wauneta-Palisade and won 48-28. Cambridge led 26-18 after the first half, and kept it rolling in the second half as they put up 22 points to the Broncos' 10. Will Taylor had 13 points in the game to lead Cambridge. Ben Hoberty had 14 rebounds. The Trojans are 2-0.

  • Dundy County Stratton had just one game to start the year as they took down Arapahoe 73-50. They were led by Jackson Kerchal as he poured in 23 points to lead the Tigers to get the win.

  • Hitchcock County had just one game to start the year and it was against the Cambridge Trojans. They fell 43-36. The Falcons were led by Trent Kisker and his 22 points. They begin the season with an 0-1 record.

  • Maywood-Hayes Center started the year also with a pair of RPAC opponents. They first played Wallace on Friday and won big, 75-31. They posted 67 of those 75 points in the first three quarters. Jeremiah Ingison had 25 points in the game to lead the Wolves. MHC kept things rolling on Saturday afternoon as they took on Southwest and won 63-41. MHC is now 2-0 on the year.

  • Maxwell faced a pair of tough opponents to start the season and was unable to get a win. They started with a loss to Sandhills-Thedford, falling 44-30. Maxwell then fell to Cozad 50-41. They started strong, up 24-21 at the half. But the Haymakers buckled down on defense and outscored the Wildcats 29-17 to capture the win. Maxwell is 0-2.

  • Medicine Valley faced a pair of opponents to start the season. They began with a 70-57 loss to Southwest. It was a game in which they led 33-32 at the half, but in the second half Southwest was able to outscore the Raiders to get the win. Brody Sneff and Kamreyn Bonini had 13 points and Joe Brown had 19. Medicine Valley then took on another RPAC opponent, the Paxton Tigers and fell 68-22. Austin Roblee had six points in the game. Medicine Valley is 0-2.

  • Paxton left little doubt in their first two games of the basketball season. They started with a 61-29 win over Anselmo-Merna. The defense was strong for the Tigers as they didn't allow more than nine points in a quarter the entire night. Josh Eakins was able to score 14 points in the game. Paxton then battled against conference foe, Medicine Valley and won 68-22. Their consistent offensive performances are something to watch as the season rolls on. Rylin Johns led the way with 18 points. Paxton has started the year at 2-0.

  • Southern Valley had a pair of games to start the 2022-2023 basketball season. First they fell to Minden, 68-36. They found themselves down in the first quarter, 26-4 and couldn't recover. Southern Valley then faced Elm Creek and fell 40-31. The Eagles are 0-2 to start the season.

  • Southwest started they season with a 1-1 record. They first took down Medicine Valley 70-57. It was a game in which they trailed 33-32 at the half, but in the second half Southwest was able to outscore the Raiders to get the win. The Roughriders had four players in double figures as Hunter Cunningham had 22, Kaiden Ruggles with 16, and Cole Barnett and Kaden Day each scored 10. Southwest then ran into one of the top teams in the conference Maywood-Hayes Center and lost 63-41. Southwest hung with them in the first quarter, down 11-6, but from there the Wolves took over. Zack Ryan had a really nice game for the Roughriders pouring in 15 points on 5-7 shooting.

  • Wallace had a pair of games to start the season and fell in both of them. They first fell to Wauneta-Palisade in a tight one, 28-27. Trey Robertson led the way for Wallace with eight points. Wallace then faced Maywood-Hayes Center and fell in the game 75-31. Matt Lungrin had a nice game with 14 points.

  • Wauneta-Palisade had two games to start the season including a nice 28-27 win over Wallace. They trailed entering the final quarter 21-16, but scored 12 points while holding the Wildcats to six to get the win. Jacksen Littrel had 11 in the win. The Broncos then fell to Cambridge, 48-28. They are 1-1 on the season.




bottom of page