Heavy snow in the area has forced cancellation of Friday night's Western Athletic Conference basketball games at Hays between high school rivals Great Bend and Hays.
The format has changed this March for the National Junior College Athletic Association Region VI basketball championship.
There's so much more for Barton Community College to accomplish. Coming off an electric 87-81 triumph over No. 6-ranked Hutchinson last Wednesday night at home, the unranked Cougars and Butler are vying for third place in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division basketball standings. "We're tied with Butler," Barton head coach Craig Fletchall said. "We both have two road games out of our next three. "We feel like we have to win out. ...
Great Bend High School tried to let the air out of the basketball Friday night, a byproduct of the Panthers' pace-driven, deliberate ways.
Lauren Welsch gives the Great Bend High School girls' basketball team another dimension in their youthful lineup.
A lot can happen in a short amount of time in the five-team Western Athletic Conference basketball races - especially when there's still three league games remaining for Great Bend High School, including back-to-back, starting tonight at 6.
Only in the wild, wild Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division, right? You knew it would be a pressure-cooker when Barton Community College clashed with NJCAA No. 4-ranked Hutchinson on Wednesday night at Kirkman Activity Center, right? As if on cue, the Cougars and the Blue Dragons delivered, with Barton holding on for a wild 87-81 victory as Hutch came unglued down the stretch. "I just told our guys, 'That's why you out-of-staters come ...
Suffering a devastating blow to their hopes of earning a top-2 seed for the NJCAA Region VI tournament after losing at Butler on Monday night, the Barton Community College men's basketball team takes on No. 4-ranked Hutchinson tonight.
Perhaps there was some revenge on the minds of the 25th-ranked Barton Community College men's basketball team.
In a deliberate Western Athletic Conference basketball game, where scoring came at a premium, Bo Banner of Garden City High School was the difference-maker.
The three-pronged combination of Garden City High School's Jaymie Bernbeck, Taryn Tempel and Johna McClelland made for a long Friday night for the Great Bend Lady Panthers.
In a game filled with runs, the Barton Community College women's basketball team kept coming back against Garden City on Saturday evening at Kirkman Activity Center.
Ranked No. 25 in the latest NJCAA poll, Barton Community College's men's basketball team has a rematch with Garden City on Saturday night, starting at 7:30 at Kirkman Activity Center.
It was almost this time a month ago that the Great Bend High School Panthers appeared to be turning the corner.
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.
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.