The Great Bend Chiefs are loading up their lumber this morning and heading to Salina to take part in the Kansas Grand Slam 2011.
Randy Wetzel made no bones about it.
Since the Great Bend Class AAA American Legion baseball team will be playing in the Kansas Grand Slam 2011 wood bat tournament over the Fourth of July weekend in Salina, the Chiefs opted to use wood bats Tuesday night in a regular-season doubleheader with McPherson.
No question, the Great Bend Chiefs Class AAA American Legion baseball team enjoy the home confines of Al Burns Memorial Field.
The Great Bend 14-and-under Quicksilver fast-pitch softball team throttled the Dodge City Monster 7-0 in the championship game of an ASA tournament at Veterans North ballpark on Saturday evening.
Trailing the Dodge City Rangers 4-1 in the first game of a Class AAA American Legion doubleheader on Wednesday night, the Great Bend Panthers needed something to emerge from their slumber.
Great Bend Chiefs right-hander Mitch Kottas' confidence is growing.
The Great Bend Chiefs 19-U American Legion baseball team entertain Thomas More Prep-Marian (Hays) tonight in a doubleheader at Al Burns Memorial Field. The first game is set for 6.
A two-time second-team All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College selection at Barton Community College, Colin Beatty has the tools to excel as an NCAA Division-I basketball player.
After toiling as a veteran college baseball umpire for over 20 years, Great Bend's Randy Wetzel is finally getting the opportunity to call a College World Series.
Over the weekend, the Great Bend Chiefs beat the Pratt 86ers in the Chiefs Baseball Classic championship. The Chiefs won two of three from Pratt, including 7-6 in walk-off fashion in the championship game Saturday evening at Al Burns Memorial field.
You can't keep a good player down for long - not Great Bend Chiefs shortstop Logan Buehler, a first-team All-Western Athletic Conference and an all-area selection for the high school team during his senior season this spring.
Penetrating guard Christina Caddy recently became the first women's freshman basketball player in the Keith Ferguson era at Barton Community College to sign a letter of intent with an NCAA Division-I school.
If you followed the Great Bend High School Panthers baseball team this spring, chances are you won't have a problem identifying with the Chiefs' American Legion 19-and-under team.
Alisha Fanshier recently verbally committed to play basketball at NCAA Division-II Fort Hays State University.