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  • Alma had one game this past week as they took on Southern Valley. It was a tight game but the Cardinals prevailed as they won 43-39. Alma is now 11-3 on the year and will play Northern Valley, Kansas on Tuesday and Cambridge on Friday.

  • Arapahoe had a busy week with a trio of games, and they went 2-1. They began with a nice 55-44 win over Maxwell. Campbell Schutz had 15 points to lead Arapahoe while Will Cacy had 11 points, and Ander Wasenius scored 10. Then, the Warriors won a tight one, 58-55 over Brady. Cacy had 18 points and 11 rebounds in the matchup and Schutz put up 13. Arapahoe then played Hitchcock County and fell 66-43. Wasenius had 16 to lead Arapahoe. The Warriors are 9-11 and will play Southern Valley on Monday and Cambridge Tuesday. Then at the end of the week versus Bertrand on Friday.

  • Bertrand had quite the week on the hardwood. They faced off against Maywood-Hayes Center again who of course is ranked #1 in class D1. They were able to beat the Wolves in overtime, 57-55. Owen Kaps had a big game with 25 points. Bertrand then played Medicine Valley and won 62-47. Chonsey Bieker had 13 points and 21 rebounds to lead Bertrand. The Vikings are 10-7 on the season and will play Blue Hill on Tuesday and then Arapahoe on Friday.

  • Cambridge had just one game this week, on Saturday as they faced North Platte St. Pat's. They fell to the Irish, 67-38. Cambridge is 9-9 on the season now and will face Arapahoe on Tuesday, Norton on Thursday, Alma on Friday, and Chase County on Saturday.

  • Dundy County Stratton had a pair of games last week and won both of them. They first took down Southwest in a tight game, 49-47. Lane Bybee had 13 points to lead DCS. Then, the Tigers beat Rawlins county by a large margin, 78-55. Bybee again had a nice game with 15 points. Andrew Englot had 13 points, Jackson Kerchal had 13, and Alex Englot had 12. The Tigers are 16-3 on the year and will play St. Pats on Tuesday, Southern Valley on Thursday, and Chase County on Friday.

  • Hitchcock County had a trio of games this past week and they went 2-1. They began with 58-49 win over Rawlins County on Tuesday. Then, they faced a tough Maywood-Hayes Center team on Friday for the third time this year and lost 53-40. Then, they faced Arapahoe on Saturday and lost 66-43. The Falcons are 11-7 and will play Chase County on Tuesday and Wallace on Friday.

  • Maywood-Hayes Center played in three games this past week and suffered their first loss of the season, but bounced back nicely and got two wins. They started with a loss to Bertrand, who they had just beaten on Saturday in the RPAC Title game. They fell 57-55 in overtime. Haydn Farr scored 14 points to lead the Wolves. Then, they took on Hitchcock County and got a nice win, 53-40. The Wolves were down 19-18 at halftime but had a strong second half to secure the win. Then Maywood-Hayes Center played Anselmo-Merna and won 82-22. The Wolves are 20-1 and will play Tuesday against South Platte Tuesday and Wauneta-Palisade on Friday.

  • Maxwell had three games this last week and went 1-2. They began with a loss to Arapahoe 55-44. Ty Robinson led the Tigers as he scored 11 points in the game. He also had 12 rebounds. The Wildcats then lost to Perkins County 43-34. The second half was tough for Maxwell as they were outscored by the Plainsmen 43-34. Taylor Cheek had 14 points to lead Maxwell. The Wildcats then played Wallace and won, 55-43. Maxwell is 7-13 and will face Sutherland on Tuesday and then play Medicine Valley on Thursday.

  • Medicine Valley had two games last week and they went 1-1. They started the week with a win over Wauneta-Palisade, 64-21. Joe Brown had a big game for Medicine Valley with 20 points. Kamreyn Bonini had 14 points, seven rebounds, five assists, and five steals. The Raiders then fell to Bertrand on Friday 62-47. The Raiders are now 3-13 and will play Maxwell on Thursday and Brady on Friday.

  • Paxton had two games this week and they were able to capture wins in both of them. South Platte was their first opponent, and the Tigers dominated them with a 73-23 victory. They led at halftime 51-11 and never looked back. Isaiah Fox had 25 points to lead the Tigers. Paxton then beat Sandhills Valley by a large margin, 68-27. Fox again was solid with 22 points. Rylin Johns added 14 points. Paxton is 12-4 and will face Hershey on Tuesday and Sutherland Thursday this week.

  • Southern Valley had three games this week and for the Eagles, they dropped all of those games. First, they lost to Gothenburg on Monday 65-25. Freshman Isaac Hamilton had a nice game for Southern Valley with 17 points. Then, they lost to Alma on Friday in a close one, 43-39. On Saturday, they ran into another tough opponent, South Loup, and lost 77-47. The Eagles are 6-10 and will play Arapahoe on Monday, Gibbon on Tuesday, and Dundy County Stratton on Thursday.

  • Southwest had one game this past week and it was against Dundy County Stratton. It was a tight one, and they fell 49-47. Southwest had a big game from Cole Barnett as he put up 17 points in the effort. Southwest is 5-11 and will play Wallace on Tuesday and then Axtell on Friday.

  • Wallace had a busy week with three games, and they played well taking two of them. They beat Brady on Tuesday, 59-49. Trey Robertson put up 19 points, Riley Strawder had 14, and Matt Lungrin had 11. Wallace then played Sutherland and won 53-35. Robertson was effective again, this time with 22 points and nine rebounds. Wallace then played Maxwell and lost 55-43. Lungrin put up 17 points and Robertson had 15. Wallace is 5-11 and will play Southwest on Tuesday and Hitchcock on Friday.

  • Wauneta-Palisade had two games this week and they dropped both matchups. First, they fell to Medicine Valley 64-21. Then, they played Sutherland and lost by a final score of 53-36. The Broncos are 2-15 and will play Cheylin (Bird City, KS) this Thursday and Maywood-Hayes Center on Friday.




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