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RPAC BOY'S BASKETBALL RESULTS AS OF 1/22



*For results on the first round of the Boys RPAC Tournament click here to be directed to that blog.*
  • Alma was scheduled to play Loomis on Thursday this past week, but due to the weather could not. They had a first-round bye in the RPAC Tournament so they did not play over the weekend either.


  • Arapahoe played Axtell ahead of the RPAC Tournament this past week. Their Thursday matchup versus Southern Valley was postponed due to the weather. In that matchup against Axtell, the Warriors fell 58-47. Trenton Roskop had a nice game with 18 points. To view how Arapahoe fared in the first round of the RPAC Tournament, click here.


  • Bertrand was scheduled to play Maywood-Hayes Center on Thursday last week but due to the weather did not. To view how Bertrand did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament click here.


  • Cambridge was scheduled to play Dundy County Stratton this past week prior to the RPAC Tournament, but due to the weather, they canceled the matchup. To see how Cambridge did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament click here.


  • Dundy County Stratton had one game last week on Tuesday as they beat Wallace 67-36. The Tigers had four players in double figures as Jackson Kerchal had 15, Andrew Englot had 13, Alex Englot scored 11, and Corbin Horner put up 10. Kerchal also had 10 rebounds. The Tigers' other game versus Cambridge was canceled due to the weather. To view how Dundy County Stratton did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament click here.


  • Hitchcock County was scheduled to play Paxton on Tuesday, but due to the weather, it was postponed. To see how Hitchcock County did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament click here.


  • Maywood-Hayes Center was scheduled to play Bertrand on Thursday but due to the weather, it was postponed. They had a first-round bye in the RPAC Tournament so they did not play over the weekend either.


  • Maxwell was one of the few teams that were able to get a few games in before Conference Tournament play. They played Brady on Tuesday and won, 46-40. Levi Huffman had 14 points, Taylor Cheek had 13 and Ty Robinson put up 10. The Wildcats then faced Sandhills Valley and won again, 47-43. To see how Maxwell did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament click here.


  • Medicine Valley competed in the first round RPAC Tournament this past weekend. To view how Medicine Valley did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament click here.


  • Paxton was scheduled to play two opponents last week ahead of the RPAC Tournament. But, due to the weather, their matchup with Hitchcock County was postponed, and their game against Wauneta-Palisade was canceled. To see how Paxton did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament click here.


  • Southern Valley was scheduled to play Arapahoe on Tuesday but it was postponed due to weather. To view how Southern Valley did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament click here.


  • Southwest had one game prior to the RPAC Tournament, and the opponent was Loomis. Southwest fell in a close one, 55-50. Cole Barnett had an excellent game with 15 points. To see how Southwest did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament click here.


  • Wallace played Dundy County Stratton on Tuesday ahead of the RPAC Tournament. They fell to the Tigers 67-36. Matt Lungrin had 11 points and Kyler Flaming had 11 too. To view how Wallace fared in the first round of the RPAC Tournament, click here.


  • Wauneta-Palisade was scheduled to play Paxton last week but, the weather didn't allow them to get the game in. To see how the Broncos did in the first round of the RPAC Tournament click here.


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