Losing only four seniors to graduation, the Great Bend High School Panthers baseball team entertains some high expectations entering the 2011 campaign.
Unlike the other All-Western Athletic Conference selections, the wrestling portion was cut-and-dried.
Great Bend High School was well-represented on the All-Western Athletic Conference girls basketball team, with seniors Lexie Brack, Cassidy Tutak and Kalie LeShore garnering first-team honors.
Great Bend High School landed two players on the All-Western Athletic Conference basketball first team - Greg Hildebrand and Dakota Ellis - and two others on the second team in Will Gray and Jace Bowman.
HAYS - One win from playing for a Class 1A-Division II state basketball championship, Otis-Bison High School had its title hopes dashed by Hope in Friday's semifinal round.
HAYS - The first state basketball tournament win in Otis-Bison High School history had to be put on hold before it went into the record books.
There's no clear-cut favorite in the boys eight-team field for the Class 1A-Division II state basketball tournament in Hays.
SALINA - Entertaining the hopes of an upset special, Great Bend High School trimmed a nine-point halftime deficit to six points and had the basketball midway through the third quarter.
WICHITA - The No. 23-ranked Independence Community College basketball team can hurt you inside and out.
HAYS - In a tale of two halves on Thursday evening in an opening-round Class 5A sub-state basketball tournament game, the Great Bend High School Panthers picked the second half to hit their stride.
Here we go again. The storyline is familiar: Great Bend High School vs. Hays. Yet this time the stakes are much higher. This is the Class 5A sub-state basketball tournament, mind you. Winning 2 of 3 in the season series extends your season. Great Bend and Hays - Western Athletic Conference foes alike - enter tonight's game in Hays with tipoff set for 7. Great Bend is 11-9 overall and Hays is 10-9. The winner ...
McPHERSON - Two things couldn't happen, providing Great Bend High School wanted to upset No. 2-ranked McPherson on Tuesday night in a Class 5A sub-state tournament game.
ARKANSAS CITY - It figures. It seemed only fitting that the Barton Community College men's basketball team's opening-round game of the National Junior College Athletics Association Region VI basketball tournament with No. 2 seed Cowley on Tuesday night went into overtime. After all, Barton had already played in six previous overtime games this season, so it didn't come as any surprise when OT came calling again. And, for the sixth time in seven extra sessions, ...
You remember the game, don't you? That trip to Manhattan High School on Saturday evening earlier in the season, where the Lady Panthers played their best game of the season, exploding for 20 first-quarter points and playing four-plus quarters of intense basketball before falling 56-51 in overtime? It's going to take that type of effort for the Lady Panthers (9-11) to make an impact in the Class 5A sub-state tournament - and it all starts ...
HAYS - With second place in the Western Athletic Conference at stake, you knew it was going to be a Hays barn-burner on a cold, wintry Friday night out west.
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.