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RPAC BOY'S BASKETBALL RESULTS AS OF 2/12


  • Alma had a pair of games this week and they split the contests. First, they beat Northern Valley, 47-44. The Cardinals then faced Cambridge and lost 55-45. Alma is now 12-4 on the year and will play Arapahoe on Friday.


  • Arapahoe had a busy week with three games. Unfortunately for the Warriors, they fell in all three games. First, they fell to Southern Valley by a final score of 47-41. Trenton Roskop led the way for Arapahoe with 11 points. Will Cacy had 10 rebounds. Then Arapahoe traveled to Cambridge in a rivalry game and lost 52-37. Ander Wasenius had a nice game with 10 points for Arapahoe. The Warriors then went to Bertrand on Friday night to play the Vikings. They lost in the matchup, which was a very physical game, 38-33. Will Cacy had 14 points to lead Arapahoe. The Warriors are 9-14 and will play Alma this Friday.


  • Bertrand had three games this last week and ended up going 1-2 in their efforts. First, they fell to Bkue Hill, 61-45. Marcus Hernandez had 15 points to lead Bertrand. The Vikings then played Arapahoe and won 38-33. Chonsey Bieker had seven points and eight rebounds to lead Bertrand. The Vikings then went to Kenesaw and fell 44-34. The Vikings were down 28-7, at halftime, but the Vikings made things interesting by scoring 27 points to Kenesaw's 16 to make things interesting but couldn't make the full comeback. Bieker had six points and nine rebounds. Bertrand is 11-9 and will play Cambridge on Friday this week.



  • It was a marathon week for Cambridge as they played four games this week. First, they hosted Arapahoe and won 52-37. Ben Hoberty had 19 points for Cambridge. Then the Trojans went to Norton, Kansas and lost 55-48. Carson Trompke had 18 points in the game to lead Cambridge. The Trojans then took on Alma and won by 10, 55-45. Brohdey Wood had 13 points, Carson Trompke had 12, Hoberty with 12, and Will Taylor had 10 points and 14 rebounds. Cambridge then battled Chase County and lost 72-45. Cambridge is 11-11 and will face Bertrand on Friday.

  • Dundy County Stratton had a trio of games this past week and took home two wins. First, they played North Platte St. Pats and lost in the top ten battle, 65-60. Andrew Englot and Corbin Horner each scored 13 to lead the Tigers. Then, the Tigers played Southern Valley and won 60-40. DCS was down 12-11 after one quarter, but then kicked it into gear and took over. Alex Englost had 17 in the game, Andrew Englott had 16, and Jackson Kerchal had 16. To round out their week, DCS played Chase County and won 67-56. Ethan Latta had a nice game with 11 points and 10 rebounds. DCS is now 18-4 and will play Medicine Valley on Friday.



  • Hitchcock County battled in a pair of games this last week and lost both of them. They first fell to Hitchcock County, 55-53. Then, the Falcons lost to Wallace in a close one, 38-36. The Falcons are 11-9 and will take on South Platte on Friday.


  • Maywood-Hayes Center had a couple of games this week and they were able to win both of them. First, they beat South Platte 77-37. Hayden Kramer and Jeremiah Ingishon each had 14 points in the game. The Wolves then played Wauneta-Palisade and won 71-13. Ingison had 19 to lead the Wolves. Maywood-Hayes Center is 22-1 and will play Perkins County on Friday this week.


  • Maxwell had two games this week and came away with a pair of nice wins. First, they took down Sutherland with the final score reading 48-20. Ty Robinson led the Wildcats with nine points. Then, they took down Medicine Valley 52-38. Levi Huffman had a nice game to lead Maxwell with 18 points. Maxwell is now 9-13 and will play Loomis this week on Friday.


  • Medicine Valley played in three games this past week against solid opponents. First, Medicine Valley fell to Hi-Line 54-47. Then, they lost to Maxwell, 52-38. Finally, they took on Brady and ended the week with a win, 66-57. The Raiders are 4-15 and will play Dundy County Stratton this Friday.


  • Paxton had a pair of games this past week and for the Tigers, they were able to get wins in both of their games. First, they took down Hershey, 68-36. Rylin Johns had a monster game for the Tigers as he put up 29 points. Then they played Sutherland and won, 65-28. Josh Eakins this time took the lead in scoring as he put up 13 points in the win. Paxton is 14-4 now and will play St. Patrick's on Friday this week.



  • Southern Valley again was busy with games this week as they played three more. They began with a 47-41 win over Arapahoe on Monday. Kamden Bose was effective with 18 points. Southern Valley then battled Gibbon and came away with another win, this time 50-37. Bose again led the Eagles, this time with 14 points. In their final game of the week, Southern Valley battled Dundy County Stratton and lost 60-40. The Eagles led after one quarter 12-11, but fell behind in the second and could not recover. Southern Vlaley is 8-11 now and will play Axtell this Friday.


  • Southwest had two games last week and they were able to split the games. First, they beat Wallace 56-39. Krayton Riggles had 11 points to lead Southwest in the win. The Roughriders then took on Axtell and lost 61-31. Southwest is off until subdistrict play.


  • Wallace played two games this last week and went 1-1 on the year. First, they fell to Southwest 56-39. Matt Lungrin led Southwest with 14 points in the game. The Wildcats bounced back in a big way as they beat the Falcons of Hitchcock County 38-36. Lungrin had 12 and Trey Robertson had 10 points. The Wildcats are 6-12 and will play Creek Valley on Friday.


  • Wauneta-Palisade played two games last week and dropped both of them. First, they lost to Cheylin, 50-37. Then they dropped a game to Maywood-Hayes Center 71-13. The Broncos are 2-17 and will play South Platte on Wednesday and Arthur County on Friday.


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