ST. JOHN - The Macksville High School boys' track and field team won the St. John Keith Blide track and field invite on Friday.
A high-powered offense carried the Great Bend High School baseball team to a 13-8 win over Junction City in the first game of a doubleheader on Saturday at the City of Great Bend Sport Complex.
Both teams entered the Western Athletic Conference softball doubleheader undefeated.
DODGE CITY - Stephanie Morrison got the Great Bend High School softball team's offense started against Dodge City on Tuesday at Legends Park.
Entering the midway point of the high school softball season, the Great Bend Lady Panthers sit at 10-0.
Great Bend High School's powerful offense was out in force in a non-conference softball doubleheader against Scott City on Friday.
After moving the baseball game's location from Kansas City, Mo., to Great Bend, Barton Community College and MCC-Longview had to fight rain and even a tornado warning just to play the first game of its doubleheader on Saturday.
It only took one goal for the Great Bend High School girls' soccer team to secure its first Western Athletic Conference win on Thursday at Cavanaugh Field.
Great Bend High School head softball coach Carrie Minton, now in her second year at the helm, has her team off to a stronger start than her first season.
It is the first time in school history that the Great Bend High School bowling team has both a girl and a boy on the Class 5A all-state team.
It just wasn't their day.
It came down the golden goal and a little luck on the part of the Dodge City High School girls' soccer team on Monday at Cavanaugh Field.
The Barton Community College baseball team finished 3-1 over the weekend after a pair of doubleheaders against Kansas Jayhawk Community College Eastern Division foe Butler at Lawson-Biggs Field.
In the inaugural KJCCC vs. ICCAC Challenge track and field meet on Friday and Saturday at the Track/Soccer Complex on the Barton Community College campus, the KJCCC men and the ICCAC women finished on top.
LARNED - A year removed from finishing in third place in the Class 3A state softball tournament, Larned High School has begun this season 1-3.
It's the final chance for both high school football teams to get a Western Athletic Conference victory this season.