VALLEY CENTER HIGH SCHOOL
HAYS - Clutch free-throw shooting bailed out Great Bend High School after host Hays made a late run at the Lady Panthers Saturday morning during the seventh-place game of the Hays City Shoot-Out.
HAYS - The speed of the basketball game increased drastically from the previous two nights for the Great Bend High School Panthers.
In her first season as head basketball coach for Macksville High School, Kathryn McAllister guided the Lady Mustangs to a 9-11 record in 2009-10, including 4-5 in the Central Prairie League.
HAYS - Points were at a premium, and Great Bend High School and Colby spent much of Thursday's opener getting floor burns in the rough-and-tumble opening-round girls game of the Hays City Shoot-Out.
HAYS - Not only did the Great Bend High School boys' basketball team flourish running a variation of the Princeton offense Thursday afternoon during the first round of the Hays City Classic.
HAYS - Great Bend High School opens the 2010-11 basketball campaign today at the annual Hays City Shoot-Out.
First, there was the calm.
Playing at home for the first time this season on Tuesday night, St. John native Alisha Fanshier made a triumphant return to the Barton Community College women's basketball lineup.
TOPEKA - Wichita Heights High School finished with perfection, drubbing Olathe North 48-14 Saturday afternoon to win the Class 6A state football championship at Yager Stadium.
Most people might not view a 4-5 high school football season as a successful one, yet when you consider it entailed the toughest all-class schedule in the state, then the naysayers might want to think it over.
Barton Community College head coach Craig Fletchell knows he needs depth to endure the rigors of the upcoming Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference basketball race.
Rubi Torres, a senior standout at Great Bend High School, highlighted All-Western Athletic Conference selections for the Panthers in the respective fall sports: cross country, tennis, volleyball and soccer.
HUTCHINSON - For the first time in seven years, there will be a new Class 5A state champion in high school football.
OK, Storm Sanders simply could not curb his enthusiasm.