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Marysville High School boys’ basketball team took a four-point lead into halftime of their Thunder Classic semifinal game Thursday against tournament host Nemaha Central. But the Bulldogs lost the lead and the game in the second half.

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Four boys and four girls were age-group winners Sunday at the annual Knights of Columbus free throw contest at St. Gregory’s School.

The road to Saturday’s Twin Valley League championship games includes both top seeds advancing after basketball games Monday.

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Valley Heights held on to defeat the Centralia Panthers 47-43 in a physical battle Monday night in second-round Twin Valley League play. Heights enters TVL as the undefeated, number one seed.  

Marysville boys' basketball team lost the 3-point shoot out with host Wamego but it came down to the final second to determine a winner. 

Good defense and control of the boards led to Frankfort’s 51-44 win against the homestanding Hanover girls in Twin Valley League basketball action Friday.

Kolby Talbot, Axtell, and Austin Holthaus, Centralia, were selected to play for the East in the 48th annual Kansas Shrine Bowl.

When Brian Fragel talked about managing Marysville Sport and Recreation, he would say, “the reason I do this job is to see the enjoyment on the participants’ and spectators’ faces. There have been times that I would have liked to rain out a game, take the night off, but when you see a smile …

Changes in sports events will be made according to what COVID-19 is doing in the communities at host sites as basketball resumes Friday and wrestling on Saturday.

Jack Lott remained undefeated for Marysville after two wins Saturday in the Abilene High School Varsity Wrestling Invitational.

All three of Marysville’s assistant wrestling coaches were honored last Thursday before the varsity dual against Wamego.

Frankfort’s 39-32 overtime win Friday was among a handful of close boys’ basketball games. The others were a state-ranked showdown that Centralia won against Hanover 68-56, and a last-second shot that handed Axtell a 42-41 loss at Linn before the Christmas break.

Former Centralia coach and teacher Kim Tennal will join her husband, Kimbrook, in the Kansas State High School Activities Association Hall of Fame.

Frankfort lost a close girls’ basketball game to the Manhattan Chiefs and won a close game over host Wabaunsee in tournament play last week to go 2-1.

Marysville boys started to pull away from Clay Center in the second quarter of Friday's North Central Kansas League basketball opener but got most of its distance in the third period. 

Visiting Wamego did not stay behind long Thursday against Marysville in North Central Kansas League wrestling action. 

State officials have switched course and will allow a limited number of parents or guardians to attend high school indoor sports and other activities.

Marysville boys went to work early and established a double digit lead against host Sabetha in Friday's high school basketball season opener. 

Summer wasn’t what it had been for Marysville High School basketball teams because of COVID-19, but both coaches spent time working with the players.