WICHITA - The listing of Class 5A state track and field state championships qualifiers from Great Bend High School is long and impressive.
Alex Reed has weathered it all in his senior year at Great Bend High School. Reed, the two-time Class 5A defending state champion in the 400-meter dash in track and field, blew out the anterior cruciate ligament and meniscus in his left knee during a district football game last fall at Salina Central on October 22. After the swelling finally subsided, Reed had major reconstructive knee surgery on Nov. 5. Remarkably, six-plus months later, Reed ...
One win from advancing to the Class 5A state baseball tournament, the Great Bend High School Panthers had their season end with a thud.
Rewind to last spring. The Great Bend High School baseball team advanced to the Class 5A state tournament, where the Panthers lost to eventual state champion Topeka-Seaman 6-5 in the opening round. Today, the Panthers (16-4) are in quest of advancing to the state tournament for the second straight year. They are the host for regional play at Al Burns Memorial Field and will play Topeka West (5-15) in the opener at 2 p.m. No. ...
Both teams are 16-4 overall and playing host to Class 5A regional tournaments on Tuesday in Great Bend.
With one swing of the bat, Jordan Haney sent the Great Bend High School Lady Panthers on their way to a 4-1 victory and a Class 5A regional home berth on Tuesday at Harms Field.
If things pan out right for Great Bend High School, both the Panthers baseball team and the Lady Panthers softball team will be playing host to Class 5A regional tournaments next Tuesday.
GARDEN CITY - The Great Bend High School Panthers wrapped up Western Athletic Conference baseball action in convincing fashion, sweeping Garden City on Tuesday at Clint Lightner Field.
CHANUTE - As numbing as it was for Barton Community College in an 8-7 loss to Johnson County earlier in the day, it in no way compared to the Cougars' second game on Saturday evening.
CHANUTE - An eighth-inning surge by Barton Community College turned out to be one run too few.
After blowing a 7-2 lead in the top of the sixth inning, where Thomas More Prep-Marian tied the game with five runs, Great Bend responded in a big way.
MANHATTAN - Those expecting to see much-ballyhooed transfer Bryce Brown run the football 25-plus times were probably disappointed last Saturday.
It was déjà vu time for the Great Bend High School baseball team. The Panthers scored four runs in the first inning and two runs in the second in building a 6-1 lead in the first game of a Western Athletic Conference doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon at Al Burns Memorial Field. It wasn't enough as Dodge City rallied for a 12-8 victory. After building a 6-0 lead after two innings in the nightcap, scoring four ...
After 5 ½ hours, the medalist for the Great Bend High School Invitational at The Club of StoneRidge had still not been decided.
Abby Morrison put on a power display for the Great Bend High School Lady Panthers on Monday afternoon during the opener of a non-conference doubleheader sweep of Cheney at Harms Field.