For the Great Bend High School softball team, this season is all about the team's experience.
WICHITA - The Great Bend High School girls' soccer team began its season in style, beating Haysville Campus 4-1 to open the Wichita Titan Classic on Wednesday.
HAYS - A year after having a pair of Great Bend High School athletes take Class 5A state championships in three events, the track and field team picked up five first-place finishes in its first meet of the season at Fort Hays State University on Saturday.
The Great Bend High School girls' soccer team begins its season on the road at the Wichita South Titan Classic on Monday against Haysville Campus at 4 p.m. - weather permitting.
The All-Mid-Central Activities Association list is in and no high school is more represented than Hoisington, which claimed eight of the 24 spots on the girls' and boys' first and second teams.
The Central Prairie League has proven its strength after sending four of its nine high school boys basketball teams to a state tournament.
WINFIELD - The Barton Community College women's golf team jumped back into Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference play by claiming first place at Quail Ridge on Sunday. Coffeyville was the host.
The Barton Community College women's basketball team had two selections to the All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division's second team - sophomore Alisha Fanshier and freshman Christina Caddy.
The Great Bend High School bowling teams have eight bowlers on an All-Western Athletic Conference team after the 2011 season that sent both the boys and the girls to the Class 5-1A state tournament.
EMPORIA - Talk about a momentum swing. After racing ahead 33-26 at halftime, the Macksville High School boys' basketball team watched South Gray climb back on Friday night. But Adam Oak dropped in a pair of 3-pointers to pull things in the Mustangs' favor, leading Macksville to a Class 1A-Division I state tournament semifinal win over the Rebels, 62-54. With the win, Macksville advanced to the state championship game against South Haven on Saturday. "We ...
EMPORIA - The Class 1A-Division I state tournament championship game on Saturday at White Auditorium in Emporia was exactly what a basketball fan wants from a championship game.
EMPORIA - The atmosphere at the Class 1A-Division I state basketball tournament at White Auditorium in Emporia was one of upset.
Not one of the Class 1A- Division II state basketball tournament teams in this year's field qualified for the state tourney last season.
Going into the Class 1A-Division I state basketball tournament at Emporia, the Macksville High School boys' basketball team is 22-1 and the No. 2 seed.
The athletes at Otis-Bison High School have really outdone themselves this year. First, they made a run all the way to the Eight-Man Division-II football state championship game. Now, they have punched their ticket to the Class 1A Division-II state basketball tournament in Hays. "We've got good athletes," Otis-Bison head coach Alan Clark said. "Last year, you had to win regionals to make it to sub-state because 1A wasn't divided. We won the regional and ...
Sometimes winning can have a snowball effect in Class AAA American Legion baseball action.
Sometimes all it takes is getting a little momentum.
The third annual Human eMotion Event brought in over 560 people to help raise money for the Family Crisis Center and Great Bend High School's Future Business Leaders of America.
After opening the season with a nine-game losing streak, the Great Bend Chiefs won their first Class AAA American Legion baseball game of the season during pool play of the Chiefs Classic on Saturday.
Holding the lead twice in Class AAA American Legion baseball action against Buhler on Saturday evening, the Great Bend Chiefs couldn't hold on in an 8-7 loss.
The Human eMotion Event to support Great Bend Family Crisis Center and the Great Bend High School Future Business Leaders of America is set for Saturday morning.
Bowling at the collegiate level has been the plan for 2013 Great Bend High School graduate Danny Herrman for a while.
The high school softball season is over, but pitcher Hunter Middleton is keeping busy.
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