EMPORIA - In a twist of events, where the upstart Great Bend High School's doubles teams became the talk of the Class 5A state tennis tournament's opening round, the record-setting Panthers knocked down more barriers in a season already full of milestones.
After officials deemed the baseball field at the Great Bend Sports Complex was too soggy to play Larned High School on Thursday in a doubleheader, the Great Bend Panthers and the Indians will try again today at 4.
Nick Moyers and his Great Bend High School teammates are embarking on the Class 5A state tennis tournament today and Saturday at Emporia High School.
It turned out to be their best power display of the high school softball season - thus far.
Today's scheduled softball doubleheader between Great Bend High School and Hutchinson is still on, starting at 4, at the Great Bend Sports Complex.
There's still much more to play for. Denied a Western Athletic Conference championship outright, the Great Bend High School baseball team is setting their sights on building some momentum for the Class 5A postseason. And, it starts today, as the Panthers play host to Larned, 14-4 overall, in a regular-season-ending doubleheader for both teams. The first pitch for the opener is 4 at the Great Bend Sports Complex - weather permitting. "The first ...
Qualifying five boys' players for the Class 5A state tennis tournament this weekend is the most ever from Great Bend High School.
GARDEN CITY - Having to share a Western Athletic Conference baseball championship turned out to be bittersweet for the Great Bend High School Panthers.
To be certain, the Great Bend High School baseball team isn't in the sharing mood right now.
HAYS - When the dust finally settled in this Hays Diamond Classic slugfest - after a combined 23 runs, 26 hits, 12 errors and numerous wild pitches and passed balls - Great Bend High School finally got the best of Colby on Friday evening at Larks Park.
HAYS - In their second game of the Hays Diamond Classic, the Great Bend High School Panthers found themselves struggling to find their hitting stroke.
DODGE CITY - Dodge City High School's Zach Norton fired a 34 on his second nine holes, enabling him to post a 71 and beat teammate Jace Larson (72) by one stroke on Wednesday afternoon at Mariah Hills Golf Course.
At 10-1 overall, Great Bend High School's baseball team travels to Hays today to take part in the 2013 Hays Diamond Classic, which runs through Saturday at Hays High.
One of the most improved basketball players in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division this past season, Barton sophomore Andell Cumberbatch is moving on to the next level.
The stock of the top two Heisman Trophy finalists dropped in this past weekend's NFL draft.