The Central Kansas Catbackers painted The Club at StoneRidge purple on Thursday night.
The Central Kansas Catbackers golf tournament, dinner and auction - featuring Kansas State head football coach Bill Snyder as the guest speaker - will be held today and this evening at The Club at StoneRidge.
It all started for John Royer while racing in high school.
The United States Olympic swimming qualifier is one of the biggest national meets in the country.
HAYS - Perhaps the mascot of Fort Hays State University should be changed from a tiger to a crane.
LARNED - Ralph Terry lives in Larned with his wife Tanya in the house where they raised their kids.
The honors keep flowing in for Perry Ellis.
MANHATTAN - Single-game tickets for K-State's seven 2012 football contests at Bill Snyder Family Stadium will go on sale Wednesday, June 6, in an exclusive online sale only at www.k-statesports.com.
Ben Lister recruited distance shooter Shea Shoemaker to Barton Community College two years ago when he was an assistant coach for the Lady Cougars.
An iconic starting five of Kansas State basketball greats includes Bob Boozer, Mitch Richmond, Mike Evans, Rolando Blackman and one-year wonder Michael Beasley.
The stable of thoroughbreds for the Wichita State University track and field team have had another step to the forefront.
HAYS - Fort Hays State University junior outfielder Ryan Busboom was honored as the South Central Region Player of the Year for 2012.
Fort Hays State stranded 14 runners on base in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association baseball tournament championship game on on Sunday, falling 7-1 to No. 5-ranked Central Missouri.
The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association released its all-conference baseball team on Thursday. Five Fort Hays State players earned honors, led by first-team selections Ryan Busboom and Brett Macari. Nash Smith and Shawn Lewick were named to the second team and Mace Krol earned honorable mention status.
MANHATTAN - Either way you look at it, Kansas State wide receiver Chris Harper said the Wildcats came up short - be it a 42-42 tie or an actual 77-7 conquest for the Purple over the White on Saturday afternoon in the spring football game.