On Blackout Night at Memorial Stadium, the Great Bend High School Panthers catapulted themselves into the stratosphere in a Class 5A District 6 football opener.
LAWRENCE - The 100th consecutive meeting between Kansas State and Kansas on Thursday night at Memorial Stadium turned out to be an embarrassment for the Jayhawks.
No matter who starts at quarterback for Hays High School (5-1) tonight in the Class 5A District 6 opener against Great Bend (2-3), it probably won't change the dynamics of the Indians' run-minded, grind-it-out attack.
This is the second football season that Great Bend High School has been building for: Class 5A District 6 play – a three-game slate to determine who advances to the state playoffs.
The maddening thing about high school golf is that you never know what type of score an individual is going to produce - be it day-to-day or hole-to-hole.
If the Great Bend High School Lady Panthers volleyball team doesn't have a sense of urgency, that will come Saturday morning at the GBHS Fieldhouse.
Since the Hays High School football quarterbacks are dropping like flies, Indians junior varsity quarterback Taylor Renz just might get an unlikely promotion on Friday night.
HAYS - Maddie Werth and Tanisha Unruh of Great Bend High School qualified for the Class 5A state golf tournament after finishing in the top 14 at the regional meet on Monday at Smoky Hill Country Club.
McPHERSON - Great Bend High School competed in a Class 5A regional tennis tournament on Saturday.
There were plenty of big plays from different Panthers players during Great Bend High School's 42-16 victory over Liberal Friday night at Redskins Field.
LIBERAL – Perhaps there couldn't be a better prelude to Class 5A district football play for the Great Bend High School Panthers than their mauling of Western Athletic Conference opponent Liberal Friday night out on the Pecos.
Coming off a second-place finish during the Western Athletic Conference tournament on Monday, the Great Bend High School Lady Panthers are hoping their success will translate into some regional success.
When it comes to Liberal High School's football team, conversation always surrounds Jade Cathey, the premier wide receiver in the Western Athletic Conference.
MANHATTAN - The nationally-televised Big 12 Conference showdown between No. 7 Nebraska and Kansas State quickly turned the clash of unbeaten teams into a mismatch.
If you don't think Great Bend High School has had as tough of schedule as anyone in the state, listen to this: