ABILENE, Kan. -

Abilene and Wamego High Schools shared the title for the winter portion of the 2013-14 North Central Kansas League All Sports competition as both schools scored 13 points during the winter season that was just finished up this past weekend.

Wamego High School, however, still leads the overall competition with a total of 40 points, 7 points in front of Clay Center, who is currently second with 33 and third-place Abilene, which is in third place with 32 points.

The NCKL did have three different teams qualify for this past weekend’s basketball state tournaments, led by NCKL champion Wamego girls, who played their way into the Class 4A I state championship game before falling to Bishop Miege 57-41 in the state championship game.

The Concordia Panther boys qualified for the Class 4A II state tournament and finished in fourth place, falling 72-66 to Andale in the consolation finals while the Clay Center Lady Tigers qualified for the Class 4A II state tournament but lost in the opening round 40-34 to Burlington.

Concordia

The Panther boys’ basketball team qualified for the Class 4A II state tournament where they finished in 4th place. The Panthers opened the tournament with a 77-63 win over Girard, but fell 77-74 to Scott City in the semifinals and lost 72-66 to Andale in the consolation finals. The Panthers won the NCKL championship and finished the season with a 19-6, 9-1 record. As a school Concordia scored 11 points during the winter portion of the NCKL All Sports competition as Concordia finished sixth in wrestling with a 1-8, 0-4 reocrd and third in girls basketball with a 14-8, 5-4 record.

Abilene

Abilene High School scored 13 points in the winter portion of the NCKL All Sports competition as Abilene won the NCKL title in wrestling with a 9-3, 5-0 record, finished third in boys’ basketball with a 14-8, 7-3 record and was fourth in girls’ basketball with a 9-12, 3-7 record.

Clay Center

The Lady Tiger basketball team qualified for the Class 4A II state tournament but got eliminated from the tournament after the first round when they lost 40-34 to Burlington. As a school Clay Center scored 7 points during the winter portion of the NCKL All Sports competition as the Tigers and Lady Tigers finished fifth in boys’ basketball with a 4-17, 1-9 record, fourth in wrestling with a 5-7, 2-3 record and fifth in girls’ basketball with an 8-14, 3-7 record.

Marysville

Marysville High School scored 13 points during the winter portion of the NCKL All Sports competition as the Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs finished second in girls’ basketball with a 16-6, 7-3 record, second in wrestling with a 7-1, 4-1 record and fourth in boys’ basketball with a 6-15, 3-7 record.

Wamego

The Lady Raider basketball team played their way into the Class 4A I state championship game this past week before falling to Bishop Miege 57-41 in state championship game. The loss was the first and only of the season for the Lady Raiders, who won the NCKL championship and finished the season with a 24-1, 10-0 record. The NCKL title by the Lady Raiders helped Wamego maintain its lead in the NCKL All Sports competition as Wamego scored 13 points during the winter season and now has a total of 40 points. The Red Raider boys’ basketball finished second in the NCKL and finished with a 9-11, 8-2 record while the Red Raider wrestling team finished fifth in the NCKL with a 2-6, 1-4 record.

Chapman

Chapman High School scored 6 points during the winter portion of the NCKL All Sports competition as the Fighting Irish and Lady Irish were third in wrestling with a 10-5, 2-2 record, sixth in boys’ basketball with a 2-19, 1-9 record and sixth in girls’ basketball with a 5-16, 1-9 record.