ORRICK – The Bearcats won and lost by double digits Tuesday when they hosted Kansas City Lutheran in nonconference varsity basketball action. With four players reaching double figures, the varsity boys cruised to an 86-47 win.
HARDIN – It started with a free throw. Hardin-Central trailed Grundy County/ Newtown-Harris 37-36 when Morgan Finley went to the foul line with 1 minute, 51 seconds left in overtime of Monday’s non-conference meeting.
CARROLLTON – Richmond varsity girls basketball coach Chad Snyder has identified “shooting and turnovers” as two trouble spots his Spartans must address in 2021. Both were issues during Richmond’s 57-26 Dec.
HIGGINSVILLE – A second-half surge Tuesday helped Richmond stay undefeated in varsity boys basketball. Trailing Windsor 34-29, the Spartans ripped off nine straight third-quarter points and went on to outscore the Greyhounds 34-21 for the half to secure a 60-50 victory in opening the Husker Classic on the Lafayette County C-1 campus in Higginsville.
HIGGINSVILLE – For a few minutes, Haylee Weber’s three-point shooting gave Richmond a chance at keeping pace with Odessa during Monday night’s 60- 33 first-round loss in the Husker Classic on the Lafayette County C-1 campus.
RICHMOND – The coronavirus pandemic is changing the number of players Richmond varsity boys basketball coach Kevin Jermain puts in the scorebook this season. Usually, Jermain has 15 Spartans suit up for games, he said Nov.