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This Week in Rocket Varsity Sports:
Boys Basketball Girls Basketball Swimming Wrestling

January 20th
@ Halstead Invitational
vs Minneapolis
3:30 pm

January 19th
@ Andover Central
6:00 pm

January 20th
@ Wichita Heights Invitational
5301 N Hillside St, Wichita
9:00 am

January 20th
@ Eureka Invitational
9:00 am

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Rockets Sweep Duel
by Braden Geer
On Thursday the Rockets traveled to Andale to take on the Indians and the Augusta Orioles. The Rockets took on the Orioles first, Augusta won the first match but Rose Hill answered quickly. Throughout the duel the Rockets went back and forth with the Orioles. Logan Krause scored an exciting fall over Toby Schmidt of Augusta to clinch the win for the Rockets. At the end of the duel the Rockets escaped with a 42-36 victory. Next the Rockets took on the Indians. Again the Indians took an immediate lead, however, the Rockets came back and won the next match with Kyle Sackett and an 8-2 decision. The Rockets continued to dominate the duel building a 48-15 lead before forfeiting the final two weight classes for a 48-27 victory over Andale. The Rockets duel record is now 3-3. On Saturday the Rockets will travel to Eureka for the Eureka invitational.
Rockets Dominate Garden Plain
by Aaron Moore
The boy’s basketball team played against Garden Plain Thursday night. Despite not suiting Koby Campbell due to a knee injury, the Rockets were able to grow above adversity and come out victorious. They started the game untouchable, making 21 points in the 1st quarter alone. The 2nd quarter wasn’t much different, and the Rockets went into the locker room up 47-24. Garden Plain was able to score more than the Rockets in the third quarter, thanks to a deep buzzer beating shot. The Rockets finished, winning 67-54 and improved their record to 7-4, the most wins in a season in Coach Shirley’s career at Rose Hill. In the game, D. Sapp went off, scoring 20 points, and D. Rapp was not far behind finishing with 15. The boys now play for 5th place on Saturday at 3:30 against Minneapolis. Minneapolis is the 6th seed and their record is currently 4-6 after their win against Winfield.