SALINA, Kan. -

The 2013-14 winter season in the North Central Activities Association is now complete and the Beloit High School was the NCAA school that earned the most bragging rights for the season.

Beloit High School saw its wrestling team placed third in the Class 3-2-1A state tournament and then saw its boys’ basketball team finished second in the Class 3A state tournament. Beloit High School also moved from second place into the lead in the 2013-14 NCAA All Sports competition.

The Trojans and Lady Trojans, however, did not score the most points in the NCAA All Sports competition, that right was earned by Minneapolis High School, which finished with 16 points, just one point in front of both Beloit and Southeast of Saline High School.

Beloit High School, however, was the only NCAA school to have one of its teams qualify for a state basketball tournament so it was the last NCAA school still playing in the final week of the winter athletic season.

The Trojan boys played their way into the Class 3A state championship game but fell to Hesston 59-54 in that title game.

Sacred Heart

Sacred Heart High School scored 8 points in the NCAA All Sports competition in the winter and now has a 38 points for the school year and is tied with Southeast of Saline High School for third place in the competition. The Knight basketball team finished the season with a 14-9, 8-4 record and was second in the NCAA while the Lady Knights were 7-14, 3-9 and finished sixth in the NCAA.

Minneapolis

Minneapolis High School scored the most points in the winter season in the NCAA All Sports competition with 16, which propels Minneapolis into the lead in All Sports competition with a total of 40 points, one point ahead of Beloit. The Lions and Lady Lions earned those points by winning the NCAA wrestling championship with a 13-4, 4-1 record, finishing third in girls’ basketball with a 15-7, 8-4 record and 4th in boys’ basketball with a 14-7, 6-6 record.

Southeast of Saline

Southeast of Saline High School scored 15 points in the winter portion of the NCAA All Sports competition and now sits in third place for the year with 38 points, just one point behind second place Beloit and 2 points behind the current leader, Minneapolis. The Trojans and Lady Trojans scored those All Sports points by winning the girls’ basketball NCAA title with a 14-8, 9-3 record, finishing fourth in wrestling with a 12-4, 3-2 record and third in boys’ basketball with a 15-7, 7-5 record.

Russell

Russell High school scored 11 points in the winter portion of the NCAA All Sports competition and now sits in 6th place overall with 19 points. The Broncos and Lady Broncos scored those points by finishing second in girls’ basketball with a 12-10, 8-4 record, 7th in boys’ basketball with a 2-19, 1-11 record and 6th in wrestling with a 8-3, 2-3 record.

Beloit

The Trojan boys’ basketball team was the last NCAA team alive in the NCAA winter season as the Trojans played their way into the Class 3A state championship game. The Trojans, however, lost that state championship game 59-54 to Hesston. As a school, during the winter season, Beloit scored 15 points in the NCAA All Sports competition and now sits in second place in the competition with a total of 39 points. Beloit scored those points by winning the boys’ basketball NCAA title with a 24-2, 12-0 record, finishing third in wrestling with an 11-6, 3-2 record and finishing 5th in girls’ basketball with a 12-9, 6-6 record.

Ellsworth

Ellsworth High School scored 12 points in the winter portion of the NCAA All Sports competition and now sits in fifth place overall with 26 points. Ellsworth scored those points by placing second in wrestling with a 3-3, 3-2 record, fourth in girls’ basketball with a 14-8, 7-5 record and sixth in boys’ basketball with a 7-14, 4-8 record.

Republic County

Republic County High School scored 6 points in the winter portion of the NCAA All Sports competition and now stands with a total of 15 points and sits in 7th place. Republic County scored those points by placing fifth in boys’ basketball with an 11-12, 5-7 record, 7th in girls’ basketball with a 4-17, 2-10 record and 7th in wrestling with a 4-7, 0-5 record.