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Centralia girls wasted no time rolling up a 71-21 win Tuesday against Valley Falls in a first-round regional basketball game.

A pair of close games between Marysville and visiting Wamego brought the North Central Kansas League basketball season to an end Tuesday. 

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Coach Cole Fredrickson had every reason to be proud of his wrestlers after Marysville won the 4A Concordia regional Saturday with 175 points. The Dogs were 23 points ahead of runner-up Scott City and 48 ahead of third-place Colby.

A 60-28 win Monday against visiting Concordia for the Marysville girls’ basketball team shot the Bulldogs from a seventh seed to fifth for the 3A Hiawatha sub-state that starts Tuesday.

Marysville had range working for the boys' basketball team Friday against visiting Chapman. 

Marysville and Scott City changed places in the top 10 teams according to the last rankings from the Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association before regional tournaments this weekend.

Elise Rose, a junior at Marysville, was 4-0 in competition Friday in the first day of the West wrestling regional at McPherson. 

Marysville High School senior Koby Schroeder loved playing football so much he pursued the opportunity to continue playing in college.

Elise Rose, Marysville, claimed her second championship in a girls’ wrestling tournament this season.

Senior Jonny Crome opened the wrestling season with 109 career wins, aware he was 30 shy of matching the Marysville High School record of 139 set in 2017 by Jacob Mintzmyer.

Marysville had two individual champions, two finished runner-up, two placed third, and one fourth and another fifth to come less than a point from winning Saturday’s Silver Lake wrestling tournament.

Marysville's offenses were too disconnected Tuesday and that kept both basketball teams from winning. 

Visiting Abilene got as close to Marysville as 29-27 early in the fourth quarter of the girls' basketball game Friday night. 

More consistency and intensity by the Marysville boys' basketball team helped the Bulldogs roll to a 70-57 non-league win Tuesday against visiting Riley County. 

Marysville took control of the game during the second quarter Saturday in the championship against top-seeded Jackson Heights and the seventh-seeded Bulldogs did not look back. 

Seventh-seeded Marysville had little trouble against Maranatha in a 63-25 semifinal win Thursday in the Hiawatha Invitational Tournament. 

Keegan Caudillo pinned Chapman's Kyler Welling in 3:26 at 152 pounds to guarantee a North Central Kansas League dual for Marysville Tuesday night.

Everyone contributed to a 84-17 win for top-seeded Marysville in an opening game against Horton at the Thunder Classic in Seneca.

Troy used an 18-10 third quarter to grab a 38-32 lead against Axtell and the Eagles did not recover. 

Marysville boys are the No. 1 seed in the Thunder Classic that starts Monday in Seneca.

Hanover girls' and Blue Valley boys' teams have the top seeds in the Twin Valley League basketball tournaments that start Saturday in Washington County High School. 

Marysville senior Noah Ackerman, 18, had plenty of options when it came to picking a college where he could continue to wrestle and pursue his major in pre-nursing with a minor in psychology.

Marysville basketball and wrestling teams have had time off to work on technique and conditioning to prepare for this weekend’s start the New Year.