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RPAC Boys Basketball Results as of 2/11





It was another busy week for teams in the RPAC as the regular season winds down. Boys teams will round out their regular season this week. Let's check out this week's blog.


Alma

Alma had a pair of games this past week and split the matchups. First, they played Northern Valley, Kansas and won 56-51. Zavier Mitchell had 18 points and Jakin Neal had 15.


Alma then hit the road on Friday and played Cambridge. The Cardinals lost by two, 57-55. Tucker Biskup had a huge game with 27 points and Titus Epp had 12.


Alma is 17-4 and will play Arapahoe at home on Friday.






Arapahoe

The Warriors played two games last week and dropped both matchups. First, they fell to rival Cambridge, 57-41. You can read about that game here.


Arapahoe then hosted Bertrand and lost, 47-40. Kade Fisher led the team with 19 points. Arapahoe is 11-12 and will play Alma on the road Friday.


Bertrand

Bertrand had three games last week and took all three of those matchups. First, they beat Blue Hill, 59-46. After that, they were able to beat Arapahoe on the road, 47-40. Their final game of the week was on Saturday and the Vikings beat Kenesaw 43-41.


Bertrand is 10-8 and will play Cambridge on Friday on the road.





Cambridge

Cambridge had three games last week and won two of the games. They began with a win over rival Arapahoe. You can read about that game here.


Then, the Trojans took down Alma by two on Friday night 57-55. Carson Trompke had a massive game with 26 points and seven assists. Brady Ahlemeyer added 16 points.


Cambridge then played Chase County on Friday and lost 59-41. Ben Hoberty led Cambridge with 12 points.


Cambridge is 13-9 and will play home versus Bertrand on Friday.

Dundy County Stratton

The Tigers had a trio of games last week and ended up going 2-1. First, they played a team many regard as the top team in D1, North Platte St. Pat's. The Tigers struggled, falling 50-26. Jackson Kerchal had eight points.


DCS then bounced back against Southern Valley on the road, 61-48. kerchal led DCS with 29 points and 21 rebounds. A huge double-double, he also had five assists, five steals, and four blocks. August Shaw and Lane Bybee scored 11 and 10.


DCS played Alliance on Friday and won big, 65-44. Bybee took his turn having a monster game with 27 points and seven rebounds. Kerchal had 18 and nine rebounds.


DCS is 18-5 and will play at Medicine Valley on Friday.





Hitchcock County

The Falcons had two games last week and went 1-1. First, they played Chase County and lost 62-27. The Falcons were able to bounce back and beat Wallace 70-48.


The Falcons are 10-11 and will play South Platte on Friday on the road.


Maywood-Hayes Center

The Wolves had a relatively light week as they played Wauneta-Palisade on Friday. They beat the Broncos 75-32. Jerry Ingison had 21 points and Haydn Farr scored 17. Jaxon Anders had a nice game too with 14 points.


MHC is now 19-2 and will play at Perkins County this Friday.


Maxwell

The Wildcats played a pair of games last week and went 1-1. First, they beat Sutherland, 50-36. Cole Huffman had 20 points in the game. Tyce Cumming had 11.


Then, they played Medicine Valley which was an RPAC Rundown Featured matchup. You can read about the story here.


The Wildcats are 6-14 and will play Loomis at home on Friday.


Medicine Valley

The Raiders of Medicine Valley had a good week last week winning both of their games. First, they beat Maxwell which was an RPAC Rundown Featured Matchup. You can read about the story here.


Then, they played Brady and won big, 61-35. Medicine Valley is now 9-11 and will play Dundy County Stratton on Friday at home.



Paxton

The Tigers of Paxton had a couple of games last week and split the matchups. First, they played Hershey and lost 60-47. Josh Eakins led the team with 13 points. Paxton faced Sutherland next and won 44-33. Eakins led the way again this time with 23 points. Maddex McConnel had 11.


Paxton moves to 13-8 this season and will face St. Pat's on Friday, on the road.


Southern Valley

Southern Valley had a pair of games last week and went 1-1. They began with a win over Gibbon, 66-50. Kamden Bose was outstanding with 27 points and seven rebounds. Tylor Grove had 11 points and 11 rebounds and Isaac Hamilton had 10 points.


The Eagles then played DCS who of course is ranked in the top 10. They lost at home 61-48. Hamilton had 17 points, Rian Grove had 13, and Kamden Bose had 12. The Eagles are 10-12 and will face Axtell on Friday at home.


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Southwest

The Roughriders closed out their regular season this week with two games and they split the contests. First, they beat Wallace, 52-33. Houston Billeter had 12 points and Jakub Walz scored 10.


Southwest played Axtell in the final game of the year and lost 69-38. The Roughriders are 6-14 and will play in the D2-8 subdistrict on Tuesday, February 20th against Medicine Valley. Southwest is the #3 seed and Medicine Valley is the #2 seed.





Wallace

The Wildcats played two games and dropped both. First, they lost to Southwest, 52-33. Conner Kennicutt had 11 points to lead Wallace.


The Wildcats faced Hitchcock County on Friday and lost 70-48. Despite the loss, Wallace had four players in double-figured as Max Hanson had 13, Kennicutt had 12, Masen Messersmith had 11 points, and Matt Lungrin scored 10.


Wallace is 6-15 and will play Creek Valley on Friday, on the road.





Wauneta-Palisade

The Broncos had a pair of games and dropped both. First, they fell to Cheylin, Kansas with the score reading 65-35. Then they played Maywood-Hayes Center and fell 75-32. The Broncos are 1-17 and will play at Arthur County on Friday.

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