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.
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.
The Great Bend High School boys' swim team has finished in first place in every swim meet it has attended since finishing second to Salina South in the season opener.
Great Bend High School senior Jordan Haney has decided where to spend the next few years of her life: Kansas Wesleyan University.
The Great Bend High School's ninth-grade boys' basketball team was able to defeat Pratt in their season opener on Friday night.
The Great Bend Lady Panthers JV basketball team started its season by outscoring Pratt in all four quarters, including 23-7 in the fourth, to claim a 65-28 win.
EL DORADO - The Great Bend High School Panthers swim team had another successful swim meet in El Dorado on Friday, where they finished in first place by 131 points.
The Macksville High School girls' basketball team is not accustomed to winning, at least not in recent years.
Morgan Harwood led the 2013-14 Great Bend High School girls' basketball team in points and rebounds in several games.
For Great Bend High School senior McKenna Mauler, the choice to play basketball for Labette Community College next year was a logical one.
Out of the five first-place finishes for the Great Bend High School track and field teams on Tuesday evening at the Great Bend Invitational, none were so closely watched as the girls' pole vault.
The first chunk of the season has not been kind to the Great Bend High School girls' soccer team.
In their final home games of the regular season, Great Bend High School's baseball team split a doubleheader against Liberal on Tuesday night at the Great Bend Sports Complex.
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