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Jayhawk pregame got under way at 9:30 and tip off will be at 11:00am.
Homecoming night in Coffeyville as Maddison Adamson and Jayden Crawford were crowned Queen and King. Unfortunately for the Nado they would drop both games to the Labette County Grizzlies with the girl falling 69-35 and the boys in a close one 58-54. The Lady Grizzlies saw an outstanding performance from Sophmore Madison Brannin with a 26 point night and Senior Sydnie Stice who added 14. Lady Nado Juniors Adyson Peck and Kylie Speer did their best to match the LCHS duo as they had 16 and 13 but it just wasn't enough. The Nado boys saw the best games of the season from Junior Tariq Logan and Sophmore Ethan Viets as they scored 21 and 16 but the Grizzlies were able to match that with 21 points from Sophmore Eli Hestand and 19 points from Senior Ethan Jameson.
Last game of the season with Senior Night on Tuesday the Nado welcome Pittsburg to town. The Nado girls currently set at the 14th spot in the Class 4A rankings they would need a win and an Atchison loss to move up a spot. The Nado boys currently set at 18th and would need a win and losses from both Baldwin and Topeka-Hayden to move up.
The Caney Valley Bullpups put together an impressive effort on Friday night winning at Erie 81-62 to extend their winning streak to eight straight games.
Caney Valley (14-5) led by four at the end of the first quarter and eight at halftime before pulling away with a 24-14 advantage in the third quarter.
The loss for Erie (15-4) snaps a five game winning streak as the Red Devils committed 17 turnovers in the game.
The Bullpups posted five players in double figures led by Jace Kaminska and Camdyn Melchiori each with 19 points while DaRon Davis added 17.
Erie had four players in double figures led by Mark Bogner with 18 points while Tyler Pasquarelli and Dawson Lehman each added 14 each.
The final regular season game of the week broadcast will be on Tuesday night as Caney Valley travels to Fredonia. Erie will wrap up their regular season on Tuesday night at Neodesha.
Fort Scott completes the season sweep of Field Kindley as the Nado girls fall 66-61 and the Nado boys fall 52-48 as both games go into overtime. The Nado girls didn't see a lead until 10 seconds left in the game as Kylie Speer hit a 3 to give Coffeyville the 1 point lead but a free throw by Ella Beth for the Lady Tigers would send it into OT where Fort Scott would pull away for that win. The boys matchup was a back and forth battle as the lead was never more than 6. FKHS had an opportunity for the win with 2 secs but couldn't get the shot to fal and the Tigers would pull away in OT.
Labette County comes to town on Friday and it's Homecoming for the Nado girls tip off at 6:00.
The West Elk Patriots snapped Cedar Vale's 16 game winning streak on Tuesday night with a 42-36 win on their home court.
The Patriots held the Spartans to 20 points below there season average and used big free throws down the stretch to hold off a late Spartan rally.
Devin Loudermilk led the Patriots (10-9) with 15 points and 10 rebounds while the Spartans (16-2) were led by Devin Carlin's 14 points and eight rebounds.
Our next scheduled game of the week will be on Friday as Caney Valley travels to Erie.
Devin Dotson scored 29 points and sank six three-pointers en route to helping the Kansas Jayhawks defeat the Iowa State Cyclones, 91-71. Four other Jayhawks finished in double-digit scoring, including Ochai Agbaji (14), Udoka Azubuike and Christian Braun (13), and David McCormack (10).
A big matchup with Baylor awaits the Jayhawks on Wednesday. The Bears were the last team to defeat Kansas back on January 11.
The Kansas State men's basketball team dropped their 5th straight game as they lost at TCU on Saturday 68-57.
With the win, the Horned Frogs snapped a six game losing streak improving to 14-11 overall and 5-7 in Big 12 play. The Wildcats with their 5th straight loss, dropped to 9-16 overall and a Big 12 worst 2-10 in conference play.
Desmond Bane led TCU with 17 points and as a team, TCU shot 45% from three point range. K-State was led by Xavier Sneed's 15 points.
K-State travels to Texas Tech on Wednesday night, tip off scheduled for 8:00 PM and the game can be heard on The Mighty 690 KGGF.
Coffeyville's two teams continued their winning streaks on Saturday, with the women taking down Neosho County 83-69 and the men winning 71-62.
The women's game was a scrappy affair, with the fouls racking up and the two teams making frequent trips to the free throw line. Neosho was the main benefactor, taking 35 free throw attempts and making 23 of them. However, Coffeyville was able to overcome the foul trouble and used a balanced scoring attack to take a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter. Although the Panthers would find a small run near the end of the game, the Red Ravens would coast to a 24-5 record and a 14-5 Jayhawk Conference record.
The men's game would be a close one, with both teams never really leaving the other behind. Coffeyville, playing without Manny Crump, found themselves playing with a smaller lineup more often than not. Kymani Dunham would struggle with fouls throughout the game, but Bostyn Holt would find himself to be fairly effective in the paint. Holt picked up 17 points off the bench to lead the team. The Red Ravens were also effective in their shot selection, shooting 47 percent from the field. Coffeyville improves to 21-8 this season and 13-6 in the conference.
Coffeyville will take next Wednesday off before finishing up the regular season next Saturday against Butler. The women will start at 5 p.m. with the men to follow afterward.
An unfortunate end to a long road trip for both Nado teams as the girls fall to the Lady Blue Comets 68-45 and the boys fall 64-36. A slow start would hurt the Nado girls as they ended the 1st quarter down 24-4. They were able to battle back and get it as close as 10 in the 3rd quarter but Chanute proved to be too much. The Nado boys played a good 1st quarter but Chanute would pull away in the second and never looked back.
Coffeyville is back at home Tuesday in a matchup against Fort Scott
Notable Updated Sub State Basketball Standings (As of 12-13-20)
Boys 2A Sedan Sub State
Cedar Vale (15-1)
Belle Plaine (13-3)
Garden Plain (12-4)
WEST ELK (8-9)
Conway Springs (5-11)
Wichita Independent (4-12)
Boys 3A Cheney Sub State
Wichita Collegiate (12-3)
CANEY VALLEY (12-5)
Wichita Trinity (5-11)
Boys 3A Galena Sub State
Baxter Springs (7-8)
Boys 4A East Sub State
6. Independence (9-6)
18. Coffeyville (3-13)
Girls 4A East Sub State
8. Independence (8-7)
13. Coffeyville (5-11)
It wasn't the highest scoring affair, but Kansas got the job done on Wednesday, defeating West Virginia 58-49.
The Jayhawks actually trailed 30-24 at the half, as the 14th-ranked Mountaineers played the defense they've become known for over the 2019-20 season. However, it was Kansas who bunkered down when it mattered, first catching up to West Virginia and then scoring the last nine points of the game to get the victory. Devon Dotson led the Jayhawks with 15 points, with 11 of those points coming in the second half.
Kansas improves to 21-3 on the season and 10-1 in the Big 12 Conference. A home meeting with Oklahoma comes next, with tip-off at 11:00 this Saturday. As always, you can catch all Kansas Jayhawks basketball games on 104.1 KGGF.
It was an emotional night, but Coffeyville would find the effort needed to win two more games Wednesday, with the women picking up the 72-53 victory over Independence and the men handling the Pirates 77-74.
The Coffeyville women didn't have it easy at first. The Red Ravens would fall behind by as much as 6 points during the first half, but an absolutely brilliant plan to get the ball inside fed Faith Simpson early. Coffeyville would swing for the lead with a few minutes left until the half, and would hold onto that lead until the end of the game. Despite not having the size advantage down low, Simpson and Markowska would control the boards all night long, winning the rebounding battle against Indy's leading scorer, Brittany Reeves. Simpson would finish with 26 points on the night, and was joined in double digits by McKenzie Murrel-Patton, who found open space for multiple three-point shots.
The men's game was about as close as a game could get. The two teams traded leads multiple times throughout the game, but it was Independence that would head into halftime with the lead. Things would stay close in the second half, but Coffeyville would find a lead here and there and keep themselves alive. Leading by three with 6 seconds left, a deep three from TJ Collins would rim out, and the ensuing rebound by Larry White allowed the Red Ravens to pick up their 20th victory of the season. On a more serious note, a scary moment came with 3 minutes left in the contest, as Manny Crump collided hard with the tiled wall on the side of the ICC gym. He was carried off on a stretcher. We will have an update on his status when we get one.
With the two victories, the Coffeyville women improve to 23-5 on the season and 13-5 in Jayhawk Conference play. The men improve their status to 20-8 and 12-6 in the conference. A matchup with Neosho County awaits Coffeyville on Saturday, and then the regular season will wrap up next Wednesday against Butler.
The Lady Nado pick up their third win in the last four games as they beats the Parsons Lady Viking 63-43. Junior Guard Kylie Speer helped lead the way for the Nado hitting five threes including two in the second half they helped Coffeyville pull away late. Junior Bre Flanders had a nice game off the bench defensively creating turnovers and transitioning into easy baskets on the other end. Head Coach Anita Walker says they've got a tough matchup on Friday against Chanute. That matchup against the Blue Comets is the last road game of the season for Coffeyville as they return home for their final three games of the season. With the win the Lady Nado are now 5-11 on the season.
The Nado boys fall to the 15-1 Parsons Vikings 71-44. Head Coach Tyler Thompson says despite the loss he is proud of the way the team played. Coffeyville boys fall to 3-13 on the season and face Chanute on Friday.
It was a redemption game for Oklahoma State in Manhattan on Tuesday night as the Cowboys picked up a 64-59 win over the Wildcats.
The Cowboys (12-12, 2-9) lost at K-State last season by 39 points and made up for it this season with a victory on the road in Manhattan.
It was their first win over K-State (9-15, 2-9) since 2017 and now sit in a tie for 9th place with the Wildcats in the Big 12 standings.
K-State's high scorer was Mike McGuirl with a season high 16 points while the Cowboys were led by Yor Anei with 15 points.
K-State plays at TCU on Saturday with the tip off scheduled for 4:00 PM.
It was a wild and close ball game on Tuesday night at Sedan high school between the Blue Devils and the visiting Patriots of West Elk with Sedan holding on for a 45-44 victory.
West Elk (8-9) got off to a fast start and led 15-7 after the first quarter but Sedan was able to battle back to only trail 22-20 at halftime.
It was back and forth with multiple lead changes in the second half with it coming down to the final possession of the game with the Patriots having the ball with under five seconds to go but they were unable to get a shot up before time expired.
The Blue Devils (10-6) win was big because both of these teams are in the same 2-A Sub State with a possible rematch looming in the first round in a couple of weeks.
Dameion Hatten led the way for Sedan with 18 points and 11 rebounds while Kaden Walker chipped in with 11 points.
Devin Loudermilk led the Patriots with 17 points while Caleb Walker added 13 points and four rebounds.
The next scheduled game of the week on KGGF will be on Tuesday, Feb. 21st with Caney Valley traveling to Erie.
Both Coffeyville Red Ravens teams took care of business on Monday, with the men defeating Allen County 82-74 and the women doing the same by a score of 74-55.
The Coffeyville women would jump out to an incredible 15-2 lead in just a couple of minutes, a lead that would never be in any real danger of the course of the game. Although the lead would never grow to be any bigger than 24, the Red Ravens would experiment with different lineups and let players who have not got much playing time over the year get more time on the court. Faith Simpson picked up another double-double on the night, racking up 26 points and 18 rebounds. Alana Kramer would add 11 points as the only other scorer to reach double-digits for the Red Ravens.
The men's game was a much closer affair, although Coffeyville's men jumped out to a similarly large lead as the women had done before them. At one point leading by as much as 16, the Red Ravens watched as Allen would chip away slowly at the deficit. Leading by 6 at the half, Coffeyville would let the Red Devils get back to within 1 point, but pulled away and managed to never let Allen retake the lead. Meikkel Murray led all Red Ravens scorers with 26, with Tony Hutson (19), Manny Crump (12), and Kymani Dunham (11) joining him in double figures.
Coffeyville's women improve to 22-5 on the season and 12-5 in the Jayhawk Conference, while the men move their record to 19-8 and 11-6 in the conference. A rivalry awaits the Red Ravens on Wednesday, as the two teams will travel to Independence for a meeting with the Pirates. The women will tip off at 6 p.m, with the Coffeyville feed on US 98.1 KUSN and the Independence feed on Star 98.9 KQQF.
In a game that looked like it could be a close thriller turned into a blowout on Friday night as Cherryvale downed Fredonia 76-56.
Cherryvale and Fredonia stood toe-to-toe in the first half and looked like to two fighters connecting on haymakers before the Chargers delivered the knockout punch in the third quarter and cruised to the easy win down the stretch.
Zaine Lantz lead the Chargers with 17 points and yanked down 3 rebounds while Landon Bennett pitched in 15 points and Gavin Hooper added 13 points. Cooper Odell and Layne Mayeske lead the Yellowjacket attack with 13 points a piece and Grayson Coulter was the only other Fredonia player in double digits with 11.
Cherryvale will take to the road next Tuesday to square off against Caney Valley while Fredonia squares off with Leon-Bluestem in the final game of their 3-game home stand on Tuesday. The next Game of the Week on KGGF will feature Sedan hosting West Elk on Tuesday. Tip off is scheduled for 7:30pm.
Two styles of basketball were on display Wednesday, as the Coffeyville women defeated Cowley County 48-46 while the men lost 96-91.
The women's contest saw both teams struggle to get anything going offensively. Coffeyville struggled to get the inside shots they have become accustomed to, while the Cowley women struggled to take notice of the shot clock, racking up four violations in the first half alone. With the halftime score holding an 8-point lead for Cowley at 20-12, Coffeyville would need to dig deep in the second half. After another uneventful third quarter, the Red Ravens would turn on the after burners in the final 10 minutes. Trailing by 10 at the beginning, Coffeyville would nearly double their point total and take their first lead of the game with just minutes to spare. Cowley would get three seperate opportunites to tie the game up, but solid defense each time forced the Tigers to take bad shots, and Coffeyville finally earned their 20th victory this season in its third attempt. Faith Simpson led all scorers, picking up a double-double with 15 points and 14 rebounds. Ania Markowska also picked up another double-double for herself, adding 11 points and 13 rebounds.
The men's game was vastly different, with the same Cowley squad that had beaten Coffeyville by 16 earlier in the year looking to increase the tempo at every opportunity. However, unlike the first contest, Coffeyville would keep up, actually heading into the locker rooms with a three point lead. Cowley would catch fire in the second half, unfortunately, sinking a barrage of three-pointers that have helped them become the sixth-ranked team in the latest NJCAA Division I polls. Coffeyville would stick around, often times getting back to within 9 or 7 points, but the Tigers proved to be too hot to handle once again as Coffeyville fell by 5.
The women improve to 20-5 on the season and 10-5 in Jayhawk Conference play, while the men fall to 17-8 and 9-6 in the conference. The Red Ravens will take a long road trip this Saturday, heading to Concordia for a matchup with Cloud County. The women's game will tip off at 2 p.m, with the games being broadcast, as always, on US 98.1, KUSN.
The Fredonia Yellowjackets jumped out to a 15-1 lead over Neodesha early on Tuesday night and never looked back as they routed their Wilson County foe by a score of 65-40.
The Yellowjackets were paced by Connor O'Neal with 14 points and 4 rebounds while Grayson Coulter and Layne Mayeske added 13 points a piece. Coulter also added 7 rebounds to the winning effort.
Maddux Johnson lead the Neodesha attack with 9 points and Josiah Talmadge netted 8 points and 2 rebounds. Peyton Toms and Gage Bell tied for the team lead with 5 rebounds.
Both teams return to the court on Friday as Neodesha hosts Eureka while Fredonia hosts Cherryvale in the Game of the Week that can be heard on AM 690 KGGF.
The Lady Nado picked up their second win in a row and fourth win of the season beating Caney Valley 47-39. Coffeyville who led almost the entire first half saw the momentum swing to the Bullpups as they got their first lead of the first half 16-15. In the second half with Addison Peck and Shonase Collins on the bench do to foul trouble, Head Coach Anita Walker says the other girls really stepped up. Big 3s from Kylie Speer, Bre Flanders and Addison Peck in the fourth quarter helped FKHS pull away late. The Nado boys continue to struggle in the second half as a single digit halftime deficit quickly turned into a double digit deficit in the second half as the Nado fall to the Bullpups 66-41.
Coffeyville heads to Independence on Friday for their third matchup of the year against the Rival Bulldogs.
Fifty years of waiting with most Chiefs fans either not born yet or too young to remember their last Super Bowl, and a lot has changed in the NFL since Super Bowl 4. The Chiefs needed all four quarters yesterday to come away with the victory against the San Francisco 49ers. After starting the game leading 10-3 the Chiefs would find themselves trailing 20-10 in the fourth quarter. Kansas City who trailed by double digits in every game of the post season would go on to score 21 unanswered points to capture the 31-20 victory.
Patrick Mahomes was named MVP as he threw for 286 yards, 2 touchdowns and rushed for a touchdown as well. Damien Williams rushed for 104 yards on 17 carries with a touchdown and added a receiving touchdown on 4 catches for 29 yards. Tyreek Hill had 9 catches for 105 yards and Sammy Watkins had 5 catches for 98 yards.
*Photo courtesy of Kansas City Chiefs Facebook Page*
Coffeyville suffered a rare sweep at the hands of Butler Community College on Saturday afternoon, with the women taking a 61-59 loss and the men falling 71-64.
The women's game was close throughout, with both teams trading baskets throughout much of the game. Coffeyville would use their skillful inside game to great effect, with Faith Simpson racking up baskets throughout the game. However, the Red Ravens would struggle heavily at the free throw line, and it would be those struggles that decided the game. Coffeyville shot just 8-26 from the line, leaving behind several opportunites to break away from the Grizzlies. A missed Coffeyville shot with 11 seconds left would give Butler one more chance with 3 seconds remaining following a timeout. Camille Downs would take the inbounds pass all the way to the basket for a final shot at the buzzer to give the Red Ravens their second straight loss.
The men's game saw Coffeyville pick up the first basket, but that would be the only lead Coffeyville would hold throughout the entire game. Butler would ride a massive run to take a 16-point lead, and although Coffeyville would reduce that lead to just 7 before the half, the Red Ravens just couldn't seem to get any further. Several key scorers for Coffeyville struggled throughout, and numerous fouls called on both teams slowed the game down several times to a battle of free throws. At the end of the game, Butler would not miss enough free throws to give Coffeyville much of a chance to mount a last second comeback.
After Saturday, the Coffeyville women fall to 19-5 and 9-5 in Jayhawk Conference play. The men fall to 17-7 and are also 9-5 in the conference. Both teams will return to action next Wednesday, when the Red Ravens play host for a rematch with Cowley County.
It was a dominant performance on Homecoming night at Caney Valley high school as the Bullpups rolled past Neodesha by a final score of 91-32.
Caney Valley (8-5) is 7-2 over their last nine games while the Bluestreaks (2-10) have now lost 8 straight games.
The Bullpups were led by their trio starters of Jace Kaminska, Trey Richie and Camdyn Melchiori who scored 17, 15 and 14 points respectively.
Caney Valley also got a chance to play a lot of guys that are used to playing junior varsity.
Bluestreaks were led scoring by Maddux Johnson who scored 10.
The next game of the week on Tuesday will feature Neodesha at Fredonia with the game heard on 690 KGGF.
The Kansas State men's basketball team picked up their 2nd Big 12 win of the season as they defeated Oklahoma on Wednesday night, 61-53.
K-State (9-11, 2-5) led the majority of the game and had a 16 point lead with six minutes left but Oklahoma (13-7, 3-4) went on a run to pull within four before the Wildcats were able to hold off for the win.
Mike McGuirl led the way for K-State scoring 16 points while OU was led in scoring by Alondes Williams with 15. OU head coach Lon Kruger drops to 0-8 vs. Bruce Weber in Manhattan.
Up next for K-State, the Wildcats begin a tough two game stretch and it starts on Saturday as they travel to #12 West Virginia for a 1:00 start time before hosting #1 Baylor on Monday night.
Both games can be heard on the Mighty 690 KGGF.
The Field Kindley Girls Basketball team picks up their first win against rival Independence since 2014. The Lady Nado get the 38-29 victory over the Bulldogs led by a dominant performance on the glass both with offense and defense rebounds. Junior Post Addison Peck credits Head Coach Anita Walker in their tougher philosophy when it comes to getting rebounds. Coffeyville and Indy Girls are now 1-1 on the season with the rubber match set for February 7th. The Nado boys fall to Independence for the second time this season with a 54-29 loss.
Both Nado teams will have the rest of the week off with their next matchup against a Montgomery County foe as they head to Caney to take on the Bullpups on Monday.