The SBCS Lady Ravens were victorious in their final game of the 2017, defeating Valley Falls 14-13 in the NEKL Tournament 7th Place Game. After splitting the regular season meetings, the game was up for grabs for either the Ravens or Dragons. SBCS won the first game of the season back in October against the Dragons, and then dropped the November meeting on the road in Valley Falls. Looking to end their season on a positive note, and secure a final win, the Lady Ravens were ready to play on Saturday morning.
Eighth grader Zoey Stec was the leading scorer for the Lady Ravens, in her final game for SBCS. Hannah Kocour and Scarlett Begley also scored for the Lady Ravens.
The win today and the 7th place finish marks the best finish for SBCS in girls basketball over the past three years. SBCS finishes the 2017 season with a 5-10 overall record. Congratulations to the Lady Ravens for a fun season!
The SBCS Lady Ravens looked weak on Thursday night in their NEKL Tournament semifinal game against the Oskoloosa Bears. The #7 Ravens struggled to score points in their 8-12 loss to the #6 Bears. SBCS had already defeated Oskaloosa twice this season, 16-15 on October 16, and 17-15 on November 16.
Margaret Mary Kerr led the Ravens in several categories including points scored (4), in steals (5), and was second in rebounds (3). Hannah Kocour scored the only other Raven field goal, on a nice jumper from the baseline. Kocour also posted 3 rebounds and a steal. Emily Beien and Zoey Stec connected on one free throw each. Elizabeth Humburg posted a team-high 5 rebounds in the game.
The loss sends SBCS to the 7th Place game in the NEKL Tournament for the third year in a row. The Lady Ravens will play Valley Falls on Saturday morning at 9:00am. The game will be in the McLouth Purple Gym. Good luck to the Lady Ravens in the final game of the season!
SBCS faced JCN for the third time this season, and the second time in the last week, in a Quarterfinal Game in the Northeast Kansas League Tournament. The Lady Ravens have significantly cut down the margin of loss against the Chargers as the season has progressed. Tonight, SBCS fell 11-24, but trailed only 7-15 at halftime.
St. Benedict’s balanced scoring attack helped to keep the Ravens in the game. Zoey Stec led the Ravens with 4 points and 2 steals. Emily Beien added a basket, while securing 5 rebounds. Hannah Kocour made a basket and got 3 rebounds, while Norah Koechner connected on the 3-pointer and secured 2 rebounds. Elizabeth Humburg led the Lady Ravens defensively, grabbing 6 rebounds. Margaret Mary Kerr posted a team-high 4 steals.
The #7 SBCS Ravens will now face the #6 Oskaloosa Bears in a semifinal game on Thursday night, December 7. The game will tip at 5:45pm, at McLouth. Good luck to the Lady Ravens as they continue in the NEKL tournament!
The SBCS girls basketball team put together a great game, both offensively and defensively, to play the tough and talented JCN team very close. The Ravens had fallen to the Chargers 3-42 back in October, committing a season high 25 turnover in the process. However, tonight was a very different story! SBCS made key plays throughout the game, keeping the game within striking distance. Not once did SBCS let JCN get more than nine points ahead. SBCS cut their turnovers in half, making only 12 in tonight’s meeting. In fact, the Chargers outscored the Ravens 20-0 in the first quarter alone on October 23, but the Ravens held the Chargers to 20 points in the whole game tonight! Despite the Ravens tremendous effort and improvement, they still fell 11-20 in the A Game.
Emily Beien led the Lady Ravens with 4 points and 9 rebounds. Scarlett Begley added 3 points, while Zoey Stec and Norah Koechner each added a basket. Elizabeth Humburg added 5 rebounds for the Lady Ravens.
In the B game, the Chargers were 18-13 winners over the Ravens. Elizabeth Humburg and Zoey Stec each scored 4 points, greatly helping their team during their last game in the Senecal Gym. Norah Koechner, Margaret Kerr, and Emily Beien also scored for SBCS. Hannah Kocour led the team in rebounds with 3.
Three 8th graders were recognized between games as they celebrated playing their last home game in the Senecal Gym tonight. Elizabeth Humburg, Sadee Mason, and Zoey Stec have contributed a great deal to the SBCS girls basketball program over the last two years. Mary Wurtz, currently out of the country on a family trip, was the fourth Lady Raven 8th grader to represent SBCS so well this season. We thank them for their dedication.
SBCS travels to Jackson Heights on Thursday, November 30. The Lady Ravens will play the B game at 4:30, followed by the A Game. Good luck to the Lady Ravens in the last regular season game. NEKL Tournament play begins next Monday.
The Lady Ravens split their games in Valley Falls on Monday night. While both games were close, SBCS was only able to secure the victory in the B Game. The Ravens defeated the Dragons 19-13, before falling in the A Game 16-20.
In B Game action, Zoey Stec burst onto the scene, in her first game back after sustaining a concussion almost three weeks ago. Stec scored 7 points to lead the team. Emily Beien and Norah Koechner each scored a pair of baskets for SBCS, while Scarlett Begley and Hannah Kocour each added 2 points for the Lady Ravens. Elizabeth Humburg led SBCS in rebounds with 3. Margaret Mary Kerr posted 2 steals.
The Ravens controlled most of the A game, leading for the whole game until the 4th quarter. Valley Falls connected on a three-pointer off an inbounds play that proved to seal the game early in the final quarter. Scarlett Begley had one of her best games of the season, scoring 6 points and grabbing 3 rebounds. Begley’s strong and early scoring set the tone for the Ravens. Emily Beien added another 6 points for the Ravens, while also helping tremendously on defense with her 8 rebounds. Zoey Stec was the other SBCS scorer, adding 4 points to the Raven total. Margaret Mary Kerr added two assists for the Ravens, and Begley and Koechner also tallied assists.
SBCS will be off on Thursday for the Thanksgiving holiday, and will resume NEKL play on Monday, November 28, 2017. The Ravens will host JCN for 8th grade night. JCN won the previous match-up between the two teams back in mid-October. Good luck to the Lady Ravens!
The SBCS Lady Ravens swept the Bears at the Senecal Gym on Thursday evening, posting two wins for the second time this season over Oskaloosa. The win moves SBCS to 4-6 overall and 4-5 in the NEKL.
The Lady Ravens started the night off with a 10-5 win in the B Game. Due to a limited number of players, SBCS was only able to play a ½ B Game. After only one point was scored in the first quarter, SBCS came alive in the second to post a 10-5 victory. Emily Beien scored 6 points and grabbed 3 rebounds. Norah Koechner sank a basket for the Ravens, while Elizabeth Humburg connected on a pair of free throws. Margaret Mary Kerr totaled 3 rebounds, 2 steals, and 2 assists.
In the A Game, the Ravens stayed about a basket in front of the Bears for nearly the whole game, and that is exactly how the game ended. With an 8-6 lead at the half, the Ravens made several good plays, but could never pull away from the relentless Bears. However, with solid defense at the end, the Ravens pulled out the 17-15 victory.
Emily Beien posted her second double-double of the season, scoring 10 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Hannah Kocour greatly helped the Ravens with her 4 points, while also grabbing 3 rebounds and making 1 assist. Scarlett Begley added a basket and 3 rebounds, while Norah Koechner got into the scoring column with a free throw. Elizabeth Humburg grabbed a season-high 8 rebounds in her great efforts to contribute to the Lady Raven cause. Margaret Mary Kerr added 4 rebounds, 3 steals, and 2 assists.
The Lady Ravens travel to Valley Falls next Monday, November 20, to take on the Dragons. SBCS won the first meeting between these two teams, 15-12, back on October 19. Good luck to the Lady Ravens, in their last game before the Thanksgiving holiday break. Go SBCS!
SBCS was victorious in the B Game at Pleasant Ridge on Monday night, but couldn’t get things going in the A Game. With the same Ravens playing in both the B and A Games, it can be difficult to stay strong against the bigger teams.
In the B Game, SBCS put together a strong 4th quarter to come from behind to force overtime. After trailing 2-9 at halftime, the Ravens began to inch closer and closer to the Rams with their tight defense and getting some of their shots to fall. By the end of the 3rd quarter, the Ravens still trailed the Rams 7-12. SBCS kept pushing, and ultimately got within one point. Hannah Kocour tied the game on a free throw with 41 seconds remaining. With the scored tied 12-12, time ran out and forced overtime. Scarlett Begley scored the winning basket, and Mary Wurtz got the assist, as she passed across the lane to Begley after the inbounds pass. Other Raven scorers in the game included Margaret Mary Kerr (4), Elizabeth Humburg (3), and Emily Beien (2). Scarlett Begley and Elizabeth Humburg grabbed 3 rebounds each, while Norah Koechner greatly helped the Ravens with her 5 steals.
The A Game didn’t go quite as smoothly for the Ravens, as they struggled to break the Rams press in the first half. SBCS trailed 1-8 at the end of the first quarter, and 2-14 by halftime. Sloppy passes and turnovers again halted the Raven effort. SBCS only made one field goal all evening, a 3-pointer by Norah Koechner which she swished through from the right top of the arc in the 3rd quarter. Emily Beien grabbed 6 rebounds and Hannah Kocour grabbed 5 rebounds for the Ravens. Margaret Mary Kerr made 2 steals.
The Ravens return home to host Oskaloosa on Thursday, November 16. Tip off is set for 4:30pm for the B Game, with the A Game to follow. The Ravens defeated the Bears by one point (16-15) in their first meeting back in October. Good luck to the Ravens!
The SBCS Lady Ravens put up a valiant fight against Atchison Middle School, but couldn’t pull out a victory in either game. Turnovers again halted the SBCS effort. With only nice players total for the second game in a row, the Ravens played very hard, but simply ran out of energy at the end. The AMS Braves height and speed propelled them to two victories over the Ravens.
In the A game, SBCS managed to score only 10 points, although many Ravens scored. Emily Beien, Elizabeth Humburg, Norah Koechner, and Hannah Kocour all made basket for SBCS. Humburg led the team in rebounds with six. Margaret Mary Kerr posted three steals. The Braves ultimately prevailed 28-10.
In the B Game, the score was tied for much of the night. The Braves eventually edged the Ravens 10-8 in the final quarter. Margaret Mary Kerr scored four points and made three steals. Norah Koechner and Emily Beien also scored for SBCS.
The Ravens will stay on the road next Monday, as they travel to Pleasant Ridge. Tip-off is set for 4:30pm for the B game. The A game will follow. Good luck to the Lady Ravens!
SBCS hosted Xavier, the only other Catholic School in the NEKL on Monday night, and the Lady Ravens prevailed in both the A and B games. Not only did the Ravens secure the win, they also posted a season-high 30 points in the A game. The game was close for much of the first half, before the Ravens eventually began to pull away in the third quarter. SBCS defeated Xavier 30-19.
Emily Beien led the Lady Ravens, as she posted her first double-double of the season. Beien finished with 12 points and 17 rebounds. Elizabeth Humburg also played a big role in the Raven win, as she scored 6 points and grabbed 7 rebounds. Hannah Kocour and Norah Koechner added 4 points and 2 assists each, while combining for another 8 rebounds. Margaret Kerr and Scarlett Begley also scored for the Lady Ravens. Kerr led the team in assists with 3, while she also pulled down 4 rebounds and made 3 steals. Grace Raplinger contributed 2 assists to the Raven effort.
In the B game, the Ravens prevailed 20-16. Norah Koechner led SBCS with 8 points, including being 2/2 from the free throw line. Koechner also grabbed 5 rebounds and made 2 steals. Emily Beien added 4 points and 3 rebounds, while Scarlett Begley, Hannah Kocour, and Mary Wurtz also scored for the Lady Ravens. Kerr continued her hot streak with steals, posting 5 in the game. Kocour and Kerr led SBCS in rebounds with 5 apiece.
SBCS will play a non-league game on Thursday night, November 9, at Atchison Middle School. Game time is set for an earlier tip-off of 4:00pm. Also different than usual, the A game will be played first, followed by the B game. Good luck to the Lady Ravens against this cross-town rival!
SBCS suffered their fourth straight A Game loss tonight, falling to the McLouth Bulldogs at home. Despite a great cheering section of Raven fans, the Lady Ravens were unable to put together any big runs in the game, making it difficult for them to keep pace with the Bulldogs. McLouth owed a 17-7 halftime lead, and the Lady Ravens eventually fell 12-26.
Emily Beien led the Ravens with 4 points and 6 rebounds. Zoey Stec added 3 points and 4 rebounds, while Hannah Kocour scored 3 points and grabbed 2 rebounds. Margaret Kerr also scored for the Lady Ravens, while she maintained her tough defense, making 5 steals. Norah Koechner and Elizabeth Humburg helped the Ravens by securing 4 rebounds apiece.
The Lady Ravens prevailed in the B Game, posting a 21-4 win. Hannah Kocour and Emily Beien led the Raven change, with each of them scoring 4 points. Margaret Mary Kerr and Norah Koechner added another 3 points each. Kerr posted a sizzling season-high 11 steals in the game. Other Ravens scorers included Grace Raplinger and Scarlett Begley, each with a basket. Sadee Mason led the Ravens in rebounding with 5 boards, while Mary Wurtz added another 4 rebounds. Elizabeth Humburg, Kerr, and Beien all finished the game with an assist.
SBCS, now 2-4, plays at home again on Monday, November 6, at 4:30pm. Xavier will visit the Senecal Gym to take on the Ravens. Good luck, SBCS!
The Lady Ravens took on the Chargers on Monday night, and SBCS split the evening with the host Everest. SBCS prevailed in the B game before falling in the A Game.
The A Game was again a story of turnovers for the Lady Ravens. SBCS took several good shots in the game, but were unable to connect for points. SBCS dropped the game 19-36 to Everest. Zoey Stec led the Ravens with eight points. The Ravens shared the rest of their scoring among Margaret Mary Kerr, Hannah Kocour, Norah Koechner, and Elizabeth Humburg. Kerr’s defense, including a team-high seven steals helped to keep the Ravens in the game. Emily Beien led the team in rebounds with six, while Hannah Kocour added five.
In the B Game, the Ravens won in thrilling fashion, winning the game on a jumper from the baseline by Grace Raplinger with only 6 seconds remaining! SBCS inbounded the ball from the sideline to Raplinger who passed it into the paint to Elizabeth Humburg. Humburg then fired the ball back out to Raplinger who made the 10 foot jump shot from the left baseline. The basket put the Ravens on top 13-11, which would end up being the final score.
The Ravens also shared the scoring duties in the B Game, with Elizabeth Humburg scoring four points; and Grace Raplinger, Zoey Stec, Scarlett Begley, and Norah Koechner each contributing a basket. Margaret Mary Kerr added a free throw, two assists, two rebounds, and six steals. Sadee Mason burst onto the scene tonight with seven rebounds, which was a season-high. SBCS was down 6-11 going into the final quarter, and pulled off the 13-11 victory.
SBCS will play McLouth at home on Thursday, November 2, with game time set for 4:30pm. Good luck Lady Ravens!
SBCS fell to the Jackson Heights Cobras on Thursday night, dropping their second straight game, and losing for the first time at home this season. The loss drops the Ravens to 2-2 on the season.
In the A Game, the Lady Ravens struggled to keep pace with the quick Cobra team, especially on tired legs after all the SBCS players had already played in the B Game. Turnovers again halted the Raven effort. The final score was 7-41, with all the SBCS points coming in the 3rd Quarter. Elizabeth Humburg put the Ravens on the board with a jump shot, and Norah Koechner followed suit with another jumper, just a few seconds later. Emily Beien scored the other Raven basket, while leading the team in rebounds with four.
In the B Game, Elizabeth Humburg led the Lady Ravens with four points, three steals, two rebounds and an assist. Zoey Stec and Scarlett Begley also scored for SBCS, but the Raven B Team fell 8-19, to drop their second straight game as well.
The Ravens are back in action on Monday night, October 30, at Everest. Tip-off is at 4:30pm, B game and then A game. Good luck to the Lady Ravens!
The SBCS Lady Ravens fell to the notoriously tough JCN Chargers on the road Monday night. The Lady Ravens only made one field goal the whole game, and tacked on a free throw to end with three total points. The Chargers jumped out to a 20-0 lead in the 1st Quarter, before going on to rout the Ravens 3-42. SBCS played well in the 2nd Quarter, allowing only one JCN basket. Zoey Stec scored the lone Raven basket, while Margaret Mary Kerr sunk a free throw. Turnovers proved to be the Ravens biggest downfall, as well as creating scoring opportunities. SBCS ended the game with more than twice as many turnovers (25) as total shots (12).
The SBCS B team played a much closer game, but ultimately fell 11-14 to the Chargers. Emily Beien led the Ravens with five points and four rebounds. Hannah Kocour added three points; Norah Koechner finished with a basket; and Mary Wurtz connected on a free throw. Turnovers again plagued the Ravens, as they had eleven turnovers in the game.
SBCS hopes to bounce back for Thursday night’s game at home. The Lady Ravens will take on the Jackson Heights Cobras at 4:30pm in the Senecal Gym. Good luck, Lady Ravens!
The SBCS Lady Ravens won their second straight game to improve to 2-0 on the season. SBCS hosted Valley Falls in their home opener on Thursday night, and secured a 15-12 win. After jumping out to a 7-2 lead in the first quarter, the Ravens allowed the Dragons to creep back in the game. Valley Falls pulled to within two in the final quarter, but couldn’t withstand the Ravens continued pressure.
Emily Beien led the Ravens with 7 points and 12 rebounds. Beien also sank a free throw in the fourth quarter to help ice the Raven win. Hannah Kocour also greatly aided the Lady Raven effort with her 6 points and 5 rebounds. Zoey Stec added a basket, an assist, and three steals for SBCS. Elizabeth Humburg contributed 6 rebounds and 2 assists.
In the B game, which was only two quarters due to several sick and injured players, the Ravens also prevailed. SBCS won 8-6. Zoey Stec was on fire with her shooting, scoring 6 of the Raven points. Stec added another assist and 2 rebounds. Emily Beien scored the other Raven basket and grabbed 2 rebounds. Margaret Mary Kerr led the teams in steals with 4, and ended with 2 assists.
The Lady Ravens will travel to JCN on Monday, October 23. B game will tip off at 4:30pm, with the A game to follow. Good luck, Lady Ravens!
SBCS opened up their 2017 season in Oskaloosa on Monday night with a close win over the Bears. The Lady Ravens jumped out to an 8-2 lead in the 1st Quarter, and maintained that lead with a 10-6 halftime score. The Bears came out fighting in the second half, threatening to snag the game back from the Ravens, but could never get any closer than one point behind. Despite the big surge by Oskaloosa and the rough play that unfolded in the 4th quarter, the Lady Ravens held on to win 16-15.
Emily Beien led SBCS with 8 points and 15 rebounds. Beien also posted 4 steals and an assist. Hannah Kocour added 3 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 steals; while Elizabeth Humburg and Norah Koechner each added a basket. Scarlett Begley sank a free throw to round out the SBCS scoring.
SBCS also prevailed in the B game, winning 18-8. Zoey Stec scored 4 points, grabbed 3 rebounds, and made 3 steals. Hannah Kocour contributed 4 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 steals. Norah Koechner and Kylie Green also scored for the Ravens. Green led the Ravens in rebounds with 9.
The Lady Ravens will have their home opener on Thursday, October 18, as they host Valley Falls. Tipoff is set for 4:30pm in the Senecal Gym. Good luck, Lady Ravens!
The SBCS Ravens sure know how to entertain a huge crowd, fighting point for point with the Valley Falls Dragons during their NEKL Tournament Semifinal Game at Valley Falls. The Ravens had many highs and lows throughout the game, with the Ravens and Dragons never pulling more than six points ahead of the other. SBCS was down by one at the half, 22-23. The Ravens then trailed by a basket, 30-32, at the end of the third quarter. The game was sent to overtime, tied at 46, after Grant Kocour drove to the basket with less than four seconds remaining when he got the ball. Kocour drove the length of the court, and popped up on a short jumper as time expired. The Ravens fell behind by as many as five points in the three minute overtime period before solid defense, several steals, and outstanding offensive rebounds secured the 53-52 victory for SBCS. Samuel Peitsch scored on a rebounded basket, just before the buzzer sounded, to win the game for the Ravens.
SBCS was led by Samuel Peitsch, who posted his first double-double of the season. Peitsch scored 20 points, grabbed 12 rebounds, and made two steals. Drew Caudle aided the Ravens with his 12 points, three rebounds, five steals, and an assist. In addition to scoring the game tying basket to force overtime, Grant Kocour scored 10 points, posted 5 rebounds, made a team-high four assists, and captured two steals. Kolbran Korbelik did his part for SBCS, scoring six points, grabbing four rebounds, forcing three steals, and contributing one assist. Kenny Howard added a basket and four rebounds. Brody Mispagel added three points and four rebounds.
SBCS will take on Everest in the NEKL Tournament Final on Saturday morning, February 25. Tip-off is set for 10:15am at Valley Falls. Good luck, Ravens!
SBCS drained a total of eight 3-pointers in their quarterfinal game against the Jackson Heights Cobras on Monday night at Pleasant Ridge. Outside shooting helped the Ravens compete with the large Jackson Heights posts who make getting the ball inside quite difficult. The Ravens led for most of the first half, before the Cobras were able to pound the ball inside enough to secure the victory in the final quarter. At halftime, SBCS held on to a one point lead, 19-18. Ultimately, Jackson Heights stopped several Ravens attempts at a 3-pointer in the final minute to secure the 39-36 win.
Kenny Howard led the Ravens with 13 points and six rebounds, including three 3-pointers in the first half. Drew Caudle was right behind with 13 points, four rebounds, and an assist. Grant Kocour added five points, four rebounds, two steals, and an assist. Other SBCS scorers were Brody Mispagel (3) and Samuel Peitsch (2). Peitsch added seven rebounds to lead the Ravens in that category.
SBCS will now take on the loser of the #2 Pleasant Ridge and #7 Valley Falls game. The Ravens next game will be played on Thursday, February 23, at Valley Falls. Tip-off is scheduled for 5:15pm. Good luck to the Ravens in the rest of the NEKL tournament!
The Ravens pulled together an outstanding team effort in their victory over the Cobras in Jackson Heights on Thursday night. In the last regular season game of the season, SBCS played without a couple key players due to illness, and still managed to beat the tough Jackson Heights team. SBCS had lost to Jackson Heights earlier in the season, 38-23. However, the Ravens posted a 31-27 victory on the Cobras court to equalize the season standings. SBCS and Jackson Heights will meet again on Monday night, February 20, in a quarterfinal game of the NEKL Tournament.
In the A Game, Samuel Peitsch led the Ravens with nine points, seven rebounds, and two steals. Kenny Howard added six points, five rebounds, and an assist. Grant Kocour played a solid game, seeing the court well with his three assists, in addition to posting five points and five rebounds. Drew Caudle added another five points for SBCS. Kolbran Korbelik ended with three points and five boards to round out the Ravens scoring.
The B Game was the sole game that didn’t go the way of the Ravens at Jackson Heights. SBCS fell 17-30. Leif Malm, Carson VanDyke, Drew Caudle, Samuel Peitsch, and Jackson Spencer all broke into the scoring column for the Ravens. Samuel Peitsch led the team in rebounds with five, while Andy Brox added three rebounds.
Only two quarters were played in the C Game, but that was enough time for the Ravens to secure a 10-3 win. Joseph Mulholland led the Ravens with 6 points, on his pair of 3-pointers. Mulholland also added five rebounds and an assist. Andy Brox played a solid game for the Ravens, crashing the boards with a total of ten. Brox added a basket off a rebound as well. Carson VanDyke was the other Ravens scorer in the game.
NEKL Tournament play will being on Monday, February 20. The #6-seeded SBCS Ravens will face #3 Jackson Heights in the quarterfinal round at Pleasant Ridge. Game time is set for 4:30pm. Good luck to the Ravens!
The SBCS Ravens were ready to play on Monday night as they took on their cross town rivals, the Atchison Middle School Braves. SBCS posted a 40-25 victory on 8th Grade Night. The high scorer for the Raven was Samuel Peitsch with 13 points. Peitsch added eight rebounds to his stellar night. Brody Mispagel led the 8th graders with 12 points and three rebounds. Kenny Howard’s 11 points and seven rebounds also greatly aided the Raven effort. Kolbran Korbelik and Grant Kocour also scored baskets for SBCS.
In the B Game, the Ravens put up a valiant effort, but ultimately lost 31-21. Leif Malm’s big game had him finish with nine points and four rebounds. Joseph Mulholland added another eight points and two rebounds. Jackson Spencer scored four points, including an exciting three-pointer. Spencer also blocked three shots.
Ten 8th graders were honored at a brief ceremony between games- Andy Brox, Kenny Howard, Garrett Johnson, Grant Kocour, Kolbran Korbelik, Leif Malm, Willie Noll, Brody Mispagel, Jackson Spencer, and Samuel Underwood. SBCS is very thankful for their time and dedication to Raven basketball this season.
The Ravens will play on the road at Jackson Heights on Thursday night before beginning play in the NEKL Tournament next week. Game time for Thursday at Jackson Heights is set for 4:30pm, with all three teams back in action, in the usual B, C, A order. Good luck, Ravens.
The Ravens played a roller coaster of a game in Valley Falls on Thursday night. SBCS jumped out to a 14-10 lead, and then allowed the Dragons to go on a 13-5 run in the second quarter. The Ravens still struggled to find their rhythm right after halftime, but eventually worked back into the game. In the final quarter, SBCS scored 17 points, going on the defeat Valley Falls 47-43.
Kenny Howard’s 16 points sparked the Raven offense and anchored the SBCS comeback at the end of the game. Howard added eight rebounds, three steals, and an assist to his stellar night. Drew Caudle’s eleven points and eight rebounds also provided good ammunition in the Raven attack. Brody Mispagel scored eight points, grabbed five rebounds, and made four steals. Six points were added to the scoreboard by Kolbran Korbelik, and five points were scored by Samuel Peitsch. Grant Kocour added five rebounds and two assists to the Raven’s tally.
In the B Game, the Ravens posted a 26-17 victory. Samuel Peitsch played his best game of the season, scoring 16 points. Additionally, Peitsch grabbed five rebounds and made two steals. Other SBCS scorers in the game included Drew Caudle with three points, Samuel Underwood with three points, Joseph Mulholland with two points, and Jackson Spencer with one point. Samuel Underwood led the team in rebounds, grabbing a total of 12 boards. The Ravens worked together as a team to make nine total steals.
While the C game didn’t end in favor of the Ravens, it was still a hard fought game. Leif Malm led the Ravens with five points and five rebounds. Joseph Mulholland added three points, while Carson VanDyke, Andy Brox, and Braeden Worsham each added two points. Brox and Worsham added six rebounds apiece for the Ravens.
The Ravens will be in action next Monday, February 13, at home. SBCS will take on cross-town rival, Atchison Middle School. There will be two games, beginning at 4:30pm. Monday night is also 8th grade night, where ten SBCS student-athletes will be recognized in their final home game in the Senecal Gym. Good luck!