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RPAC BOY'S BASKETBALL RESULTS AS OF 1/15


*Due to impending weather, some games may be postponed or canceled*

  • RPAC Girls and Boys Basketball Brackets were released! To view the brackets click here.


  • Alma had a trio of games last week and went 2-1. They began with a tough one against Amherst and fell 68-48. The Cardinals then beat Hi-Line in a close matchup 66-60 on Thursday. For the Cardinals, then they took on Hitchcock County on Friday night. It was another close game this time winning 56-48. The Cardinals will play Loomis on Thursday and then begin conference play. They are the #1 seed in the East side of the RPAC Tournament so they will have a bye first round. They will play Bertrand or Southern Valley on Tuesday next week.


  • Arapahoe had two games this past week and split the contests. The Warriors first fell to Loomis by a final score of 58-32. Cooper Wendland led Arapahoe with seven points. Arapahoe though, bounced back nicely getting a 60-58 win over Hi-Line. Ander Wasenius had a big game with 27 points on 10-14 shooting, while also going 6-8 from three-point range. Arapahoe is 6-7 and will play Axtell on Tuesday and then Southern Valley Thursday before RPAC Tournament play. They are the #3 seed in the RPAC Tournament in the East Division and will face Southwest the #6 seed in the first round on Saturday.


  • Bertrand had two games this past week and ended up going 1-1. First, they hosted Southwest on Friday and lost 45-35. Lathan Fitzgerald led Bertrand with 11 points, Chonsy Bieker had a nice game with 11 rebounds. Bertrand then hit the road on Saturday and played Overton. The Vikings led 17-8 going into halftime. But the Eagles crawled back and got within two at 19-17. Bertrand though took control and won 42-33. Adan Gonzales had 11 points and Bieker again rebounded well with 15. Bertrand is 5-6 and will play Maywood-Hayes Center on Thursday before conference play. On Saturday they begin conference tournament play as the #5 seed on the East side and battle #4 seeded Southern Valley.


  • Cambridge had a back-to-back as they played Sutherland on Friday night and Maxwell on Saturday. On Friday they were able to beat Sutherland easily, 52-30. Carson Trompke had a nice game with 18 points and was efficient as he was 7-11 from the field. Brady Ahlemeyer was 4-6 with 11 points. Cambridge then went to Maxwell and won a tight one, 44-40. Ben Hoberty led the Trojans with 17 points. Cambridge is 7-6 and will play DCS on Thursday before they begin RPAC Tournament play. Cambridge is the #2 seed on the East side and will face #7-seeded Medicine Valley on Saturday.


  • Dundy County Stratton had two games this past week and was able to nab a pair of wins. On Tuesday, they beat Hitchcock County 57-38 on the road. Jackson Kerchal was solid with 22 points and 10 rebounds in the game. The Tigers then took on Loomis and won big 66-42. DCS jumped out to a 17-5 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. DCS is 10-2 on the year and will play Wallace on Tuesday and Cambridge on Thursday before conference Tournament play. The Tigers are the #2 seed in the West Division of the Tournament and they will play #7-seeded Wauneta-Palisade.



  • Hitchcock-County battled a trio of opponents this week, two solid conference foes and the other Cody-Kilgore. They fell in both matchups. They started with a loss to Dundy County Stratton 57-38. Then they played against Alma and lost 56-48. Their matchup against Cody-Kilgore they won 61-28. Hitchcock County is 8-4, the #4 seed on the West side, and will play #5 seeded Wallace on Saturday.


  • Maywood-Hayes Center had a pair of games last week and they won both of them big. First, they beat Maxwell 58-18. Hayden Kramer had 23 points to lead the Wolves. The Wolves then played Arthur County and won 85-39. Jeremiah Ingison had 22 points in the matchup. Maywood-Hayes Center will play Bertrand on Thursday before conference tournament play. They are 15-0 now, and will be the #1 seed in the West and will play either Hitchcock County or Wallace on Tuesday next week.




  • Maxwell had three games last week and lost all of those matchups. First, they fell to Maywood-Hayes Center 58-18. Taylor Cheek had eight points in the game. The Wildcats then battled South Loup and lost 43-21. They closed the week with a loss to Cambridge on Saturday, 44-40. Maxwell is now 2-10 and will play Brady on Tuesday and Sandhills Valley on Thursday. They are the #6 seed in the West and will play #3 seeded Paxton in the RPAC Basketball Tournament on Saturday.


  • Medicine Valley had two games last week and were unable to win either matchup. First, they fell to Sandhills Valley, 76-64. Joe Brown had a nice game with 21 points and Kamreyn Bonini had 16. Medicine Valley then took on Mullen and fell 42-29. The Raiders are 1-10 on the season and this week they play Hi-Line on Thursday before RPAC Tournament play begins. They are the #7 seed on the East and will play Cambridge on Saturday, the #2 seed.


  • Paxton had a few games last week and went 2-1. They first fell to Perkins County 52-41. Josh Eakins had a nice game with 17 points. The Tigers bounced back nicely as they beat Creek Valley 72-31. The Tigers came out strong with a 30-9 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. Isaiah Fox was effective with 20 points. Paxton then took on a conference opponent, Wallace and won big 52-29. Fox again led the way, this time with 15 points. Fox also had 11 rebounds to help propel the Tigers. Paxton is now 8-3 and will face Hitchcock County Tuesday and Wauneta-Palisade on Thursday before Conference Tournament play. They are the #3 seed in the West and will take on #6 seeded Maxwell in the first round on Saturday.


  • Southern Valley had two games last week and ended up falling in both matchups. They began with a loss to Chase County on Tuesday, 55-41. Mitchel Wilson had 15 points while Kamden Bose put up 14. The Eagles then lost to Holdrege, 60-31. Bose had 10 points in the effort. Southern Valley is 5-6 and will face Arapahoe on Thursday. Then, the Eagles will be the #4 seed in the RPAC Tournament on the East side and face Bertrand on Saturday, the #5 seed.


  • Southwest battled a pair of opponents this last week and went 1-1. They fell Tuesday night to Hi-Line, 58-54. Hunter Cunningham had 10 points in the matchup and 12 rebounds. The Roughriders then battled Bertrand on the road and won 45-35. Cunningham had 11 points in the game. Southwest is 5-7 and will take on Loomis on Tuesday. Then, they begin RPAC Tournament play on Saturday as the #6 seed in the East, and they will take on #3 seeded Arapahoe.



  • Wallace had two games last week and were able to split the contests. They began with a win over South Platte 41-34. They started strong with a 17-14 lead in the first half and built on it in the second half outscoring South Platte 24-20 in the second half. Robertson was impressive with 24 points and nine rebounds. Wallace then fell to Paxton, 52-29. Trey Robertson had 10 points. Wallace is 3-7 on the season now and will face DCS on Tuesday before conference tournament play. Wallace is the #5 seed on the West side and will take on #4 seeded Hitchcock County on Saturday.


  • Wauneta-Palisade had two games late in the week and ended up losing both games. They first fell to Perkins County 49-26. Then, they lost a really close matchup against Garden County, 43-41. The Broncos are now 2-11 and will face Paxton on Thursday. Then, on Saturday it is RPAC Tournament action as they are the #7 seed and will take on #2 seeded Dundy County Stratton.


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