HUTCHINSON - A two-time Class 5A defending state champion in the 400-meter dash, Alex Reed said before he ran Friday afternoon at the Hutchinson Invitational that he was around 80 percent.
MANHATTAN - The much-anticipated debut of the Brown brothers turned out to be a sidelight at the Kansas State spring football game Saturday afternoon at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
GARDEN CITY - A couple web gems, a bunch of resiliency and a single run in the eighth inning propelled Great Bend High School to a 6-5 extra-inning Western Athletic Conference softball victory over Garden City in the second game of a doubleheader on Thursday afternoon.
Pitcher Jordan Haney hit a tie-breaking single in the top of the eighth and then she shut the door on the Lady Buffaloes in the bottom half of the inning, thanks to the aforementioned web gems.
WICHITA - Talk about polar-opposite games.
Arthur Brown could become a playmaker on defense that Kansas State's football team sorely needs.
Pratt Community College athletic director Kurt McAfee has his hands full this spring.
The Great Bend High School Panthers finally got to Hays right-hander Austin Unrein late in the first game of a Western Athletic Conference baseball doubleheader on Thursday afternoon at Al Burns Memorial Field.
The Barton Community College Board of Trustees is set to approve the hiring of Trevor Rolfs as athletic director today in their monthly meeting.
Great Bend High School unleashed the full gamut against visiting Dodge City in a Western Athletic Conference doubleheader sweep on Tuesday afternoon at Harms Field
The buzz inside Kirkman Activity Center has an upbeat tone these days as Barton Community College prepares to hire Trevor Rolfs to direct their athletics program.
The Great Bend High School track and field teams head to Wichita today to take part in the Shocker Pre-State Challenge at Cessna Stadium on the Wichita State University campus - the same locale as the state meet in May.
Pratt Community College men's basketball coach Trevor Rolfs, a former standout athlete at Quivira Heights High School who went on to play basketball at Barton, appears to be coming home.
Great Bend High School captured second place in both boys and girls divisions on Tuesday during the GBHS Invitational track and field meet at Memorial Stadium.
First impressions sometimes make lasting impressions.
Great Bend High School left-hander Connor Sell nearly pitched a complete game and helped his own cause with his bat.