LIBERAL - The Barton Community College girls' basketball team left Liberal on Saturday with its second loss in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference.
GIRLS St. John 49, Ness City 26 ST. JOHN - St. John jumped ahead of Ness City after an 18-7 first quarter, and the Lady Tigers never let go of the lead. Led by Teresa Wade, who scored 14 points in the first half and a game-high 16, St. John extended its lead to 33-14 at the half. Morgan Osborne pumped in 13 points, including three 3-pointers. St. John 49, Ness City 26 ...
CLAFLIN - The high school basketball game between the Claflin Wildcats and the Macksville Mustangs Friday night was very much a tale of two halves.
CLAFLIN - Going into the game Friday night, both the Claflin High School girls' basketball team and the Macksville Lady Mustangs had something to defend.
LARNED - The Dodge City girls' basketball team is the defending Western Athletic Conference champion and fourth-place finishers at the Class 6A state tournament in Emporia last March.
Winter is here, the new year has begun and that can only mean one thing: it's high school bowling season again.
Barton Community College is hosting a winter baseball camp starting Jan. 8-9 and continuing every Saturday or Sunday in January, depending on which age group the child is in.
STAFFORD - With only seven players on its roster, Class 1A Division-II Stafford High School has the smallest boys' basketball team in the area.
Great Bend High School cross country runner Erin Sullivan has a plan. That plan went into effect Wednesday when Sullivan signed to run cross country for Barton Community College next season. That plan coincides with Sullivan graduating from Kansas State University's dietician and nutrition program. "I've looked at some other places and I've had offers from other junior colleges and a couple of other places, but it just seemed like the smartest idea was to ...
MACKSVILLE - The Macksville High School girls' basketball team dominated Western Plains on Tuesday night, cruising to a 53-19 victory at home.
NESS CITY - The Claflin Junior High girls' basketball team concluded the first part of its season on Monday night with a road win against Ness City, 45-27.
LARNED - The Hoisington High School boys' basketball team jumped ahead 19-4 in the first quarter on Friday night, and Larned was unable to make up the difference.
HOISINGTON – The Hoisington High School wrestling team played host to the Cardinal Corner Classic Wrestling Tournament on Friday, and finished in third place.
CLAFLIN - On Tuesday, the Claflin High School girls' basketball team squared off against St. John, which is ranked No. 2 in Class 1A by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association, but came up short.
CLAFLIN - Christian Heitschmidt hit eight 3-pointers and finished with 29 points, but the Claflin High School boys' basketball team still couldn't quite top Wilson on Friday, losing 57-52.
To say that Great Bend High School junior Kaylie Doll came out of left field when she qualified for the Class 5A portion of the 6-1A state track and field championships might be an understatement.
The Great Bend High School Panthers have a pair of throwers seeded in the top 5 of the Class 5A discus competition in this weekend's state track and field championships.
ST. JOHN - Tanner Tranbarger, Henry Penner and Isaac Seibert led the Macksville High School boys' track and field team to a Class 1A regional championship on Friday.
Great Bend High School had seven swimmers qualify for the Class 5-1A state swim meet, which will start on today with the diving competition at Hummer Sports Complex in Topeka.
Goddard High School had momentum heading into the Class 5A regional softball tournament championship game on Tuesday evening at the Great Bend Sports Complex.
The Great Bend High School softball team made short work of Liberal - again.
It came down to a coin flip.
While the doubleheader didn't have postseason implications for Larned High School, the pair of non-conference baseball games meant a lot to the Great Bend Panthers.
Central Plains High School will be sending its entire boys' tennis team to the Class 3-1A state tournament, which starts today at Hillsboro Sports Complex.
Heading into Thursday evening's Western Athletic Conference swim meet at Kirkman Activity Center, Great Bend High School head coach Steve Beaumont said he expected it would be tough.
The Western Athletic Conference track meet is set for today at Dodge City, starting at 4.
Great Bend High School's softball doubleheader against Hutchinson today at the Great Bend Sports Complex marks the end of the regular season for the Lady Panthers.
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