The Center-Stanton boys basketball team threw all they could at No. 4 ranked Beulah Friday before shooting themselves in the foot with too many turnovers en route to the 74-39 non-conference loss in Beulah.
Kayanna Two Shields had 30 points, including seven 3-pointers, to help Solen earn a 59-46 victory over the struggling Center-Stanton girls basketball team last week. The game marked serious improvement for the Wildcats before they eventually earned their first district loss.
Few teams can boast to having a pair of successful siblings guiding their team like Center-Stanton does in Ashley and Rachel Vitek. However, the Wildcats ran into a pair of sisters who outdid C-S Monday night during the New Salem Tournament. Morgan and Sadie Rohrich from Kidder County combined for 31 points en route to the 75-17 victory over the Wildcats.
After a few weeks of up and down play, the Center-Stanton volleyball team thought they had all the kinks worked out at the beginning of their match against Washburn Thursday. However, a few familiar problems crept back in and they eventually fell to their regional foe 3-0 to end the regular season.
Sometimes what doesn’t happen is as telling as what does.
It started with a question.