MANHATTAN - Being a punter normally isn't a glamour position on a college football team.
Last season, the Great Bend High School Panthers were dubbed by some coaches as the best 4-5 team in Class 5A, with highlight victories over defending state runner-up Wichita Heights, along with Dodge City.
This madcap, topsy-turvy high school football season for Great Bend High School took another captivating twist Friday night at Memorial Stadium.
Great Bend High School and Salina South share common ground for tonight's Class 5A District 6 football matchup. Kickoff is set for 7 at Memorial Stadium.
Great Bend High School's vastly improving and quick-hitting passing game took a big hit last Friday night during Class 5A District 6 action at Salina Central.
Barton Community College men's head basketball coach Craig Fletchall was being forthright when talking about the disappointment of the 2009-10 campaign.
Varying types of scenarios could unfold Friday night in the Class 5A District 6 football picture.
The one-day, single-elimination Class 5A sub-state volleyball tournament is a fleeting thing.
SALINA - A full-blown shootout was materializing Friday night, when Great Bend High School went toe-to-toe with Salina Central in Class 5A District 6 football action at Salina Stadium.
The Salina Central High School Mustangs finally got over the hump against crosstown rival Salina South last Friday, winning for the first time in three years in their city grudge match, 31-28, at Salina Stadium.
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It will be the Class 5A District 6 showdown tonight, when underdog Great Bend High School (3-3 overall) takes on Salina Central (5-2) at Salina Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7.
In a perfect scenario, visiting Great Bend High School will beat Salina Central Friday night, giving the Panthers the Class 5A District 6 football championship.
Perhaps Great Bend High School's performance Friday night in the Class 5A District 6 football opener confirmed that the Panthers are indeed primed for the stretch run of the season.
At the Great Bend High School Fieldhouse on Saturday, Dodge City successfully defended its Western Athletic Conference tournament championship after finishing with a 3-1 record.