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RPAC Boys Basketball Results as of 12/24

Updated: Dec 30, 2023

How fast was the first four weeks of the hoops season? Crazy quick. And we saw a lot of great basketball. Let's dive into the most recent results in the blog below.


The Cards will go into 2024 as the only undefeated boys team in the conference at 9-0. They had two games this past week and both obviously were wins. First, they beat Superior 52-25. Three Cardinals were in double figures as Tucker Biskup had 17, Jakin Neal had 10, and Grady Faimon had 10. Jakin Neal had a nice game rebounding too, with 11.

Alma faced Medicine Valley on Thursday which was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup. You can read the game story here.

Alma is off until January 4th when they play Franklin.


The Warriors had one game last week against Northern Valley, Kansas. Arapahoe couldn't keep up and lost 65-34. Kade Fisher had 17 points to lead Arapahoe. Trenton Roskop had 10 points.

The Warriors are 4-4 and will be in action at their home Holiday Tournament on December 28th and 29th. They will play Wallace on the first day.


Bertrand did not have any games this past week. They will play next in the Elm Creek Holiday Tournament on December 28th against Arcadia-Loup City. The Tournament will go through the 29th. They will enter the tournament at 1-4.


The Trojans had two games last week and went into the Holiday Break with two more wins. Cambridge played in the Pleasanton Holiday Tournament. First, they beat Anselmo-Merna 52-37. Three Trojans were in double-figures as Brohedy Wood scored 13, Ben Hoberty had 12, and Carson Trompke added 11.

In the Holiday Tournament Championship game, Cambridge faced Ravenna. Cambridge won 48-32. Trompke had 17, Hodge Raburn had 11, and Wood had 10. Wood added 15 rebounds. Cambridge is 6-2 and will face Maywood-Hayes Center on the 29th.

Dundy County Stratton

The Tigers of DCS had just one game last week and it was against Wauneta-Palisade. They beat the Broncos and it was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup. You can read the story here.

The Tigers are 6-1 and will play Chase County on January 2nd.

Hitchcock County

Hitchcock County did not have any games this past week. They will be back in action on December 29th at the Brady Holiday Tournament. That is a two-day tournament on the 29th and 30th.

Maywood-Hayes Center

The Wolves played in the Paxton Holiday Tournament and won the title for a third straight year. First, they beat Garden County 64-47. Jeremiah Ingison had a huge game, 31 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Wolves. Haydn Farr had a double-double too with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Jaxon Anders had 11 points.

In the championship game, the Wolves beat Paxton 45-39. The Wolves trailed 34-30 going into the final quarter. But, they scored 15 points while holding the Tigers to five. Ingison was huge again, with 28 points and 15 rebounds.

The Wolves are 8-1 and will be at Cambridge on December 29th.


The Wildcats had two games last week, splitting the contests and winning their first game of the season. It was their own Holiday Tournament they hosted.

They began with a loss to South Loup, 66-37. Tyce Cumming scored 19 points to lead Maxwell.

Maxwell faced Brady and won big, 42-20. Cole Huffman had 11 points and Jesse Reyes scored 10 points. Cumming had eight points and 12 rebounds.

Maxwell is now 1-6 and will play at Arapahoe on January 2nd.

Medicine Valley

Medicine Valley had two games last week. Wallace on Monday and Alma on Thursday. Both were RPAC Rundown Featured Mathups. Check out the Wallace write-up here.

You can view the game story from Thursday night's game here. Medicine Valley is 3-5 and will play at Arapahoe on January 5th.


Paxton hosted their Holiday Tournament and won one game of the two they played. First, the Tigers beat Mullen in a rock fight, 32-22. Maddex McConnel led the way with 16 points and Josh Eakins had 11.

In the Championship game, the Tigers fell in a close one to Maywood-Hayes Center 45-39. Josh Eakins had 17 points in the game. Paxton is 4-4 and will play Cambridge on December 30th at home.

Southern Valley

The Eagles played in one game before the moratorium and it was against RPAC foe, Southwest. Southern Valley got the win, 52-40. Three players were in double-figures for the Eagles. Kamden Bose had 13, Trenton Shockman had 10, and Tate Weatherwax had 10.

Southern Valley is 4-4 and will compete at the Arapahoe Holiday Tournament on December 28th & 29th.


Southwest had two games this past week and split the matchups. First, they lost to Southern Valley, 52-40. Nathan Rippe had a nice game with 11 points. Hunter Blume pitched in 10 points and six boards.

The Roughriders bounced back nicely, beating Franklin 56-33 later in the week. Rippe again was big for Southwest with 16 points and eight rebounds. Houston Billeter led the team in scoring though with 19 points on 5-9 shooting for the three-point line.

Southwest is now 3-6 and will play Hitchcock County on January 2nd.


The Wildcats had a busy week before the moratorium with three games. First, they played Medicine Valley on Monday and won. That game was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup. You can read the game story here.

Then, Wallace played in the Perkins County Holiday Tournament. They beat South Platte in a nail-biter first, 45-44. Masen Messersmith led the way with 19 points. In the championship game, Wallace lost to Perkins County, 58-26. Wallace is 4-4 and will play Arapahoe in the first round of the Warriors Holiday Tournament. That tourney runs from December 28th-29th.


The Broncos had just one game before the Holiday Break and it was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup against Dundy County Stratton. You can read the story here. The Broncos are 0-8 and will continue to battle for their first win of the season. They will play Hitchcock on January 5th.


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