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Prep roundup: Seaman boys win sixth straight; Rural's Berry tops 1,000-point mark

Rick Peterson

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Seaman’s boys basketball team continued its late-season surge Friday night at Emporia, riding a solid defensive effort to a 48-32 Centennial League win, the Vikings’ sixth straight win.

Seaman, which improved to 12-8 overall and 10-6 in the league, trailed 13-12 after the opening quarter, but the Vikings outscored the Spartans 13-3 in the second quarter to take a 24-16 halftime advantage and held a 23-16 scoring edge the rest of the way.

Seaman and Emporia (8-12, 4-12) will hook up again Wednesday at Seaman in a first-round Class 5A sub-state contest.

Junior Ty Henry scored 15 points to lead the Vikings while Mateo Hyman, Caden Stallbaumer and Aron Davis added 8 points apiece.

Senior Charles Snyder scored a game-high 17 points for Emporia.

WASHBURN RURAL BOYS 58, HIGHLAND PARK 43

Washburn Rural Joe Berry eclipsed the 1,000-point scoring milestone for his career with a 14-point night and senior Jack Hutchinson added 12 as the Junior Blues avenged an earlier loss to Highland Park, 58-43.

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Seaman, Washburn Rural sweep regional bowling crowns

Rick Peterson

By RICK PETERSON

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Seaman’s girls bowling team is now one win away from a perfect season after a dominating performance in Friday’s Class 5A-1A regional tournament at Gage Bowl

Led by individual champion Makenzie Millard and putting five bowlers in the top 10 individually, the Vikings won the team championship 3,133-2,868 margin over Shawnee Heights, which also moved on to next Thursday's state meet at Northrock Lanes in Wichita.

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Millard, a junior, looked to be completely recovered from a thumb injury, taking the individual title with a 666 series, including a final-game 247, while Shawnee Heights senior Brylee Prockish was second with a 592 series.

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