LARNED - Larned's American Legion baseball team wrote another chapter to a run to the Class AA State Tournament Monday night at Moffet Stadium.
DODGE CITY - The Great Bend AAA American Legion baseball team struck first in the Zone Tournament-opening game on Monday against Dodge City.
Great Bend's AAA American Legion baseball team will open the Zone Tournament on Monday at 11 a.m. in Hays.
LARNED - The World Cup is history.
GUYMON, Oklahoma - Golden Belt Swim Squad capped off a perfect 6-0 summer swim season by winning the Western Kansas Swim Club Combined Meet Championship for the third consecutive year over the weekend.
HAYS - In the Zone Tournament, the Great Bend Braves were shut down in Day 1 of the tournament in Hays.
In the second doubleheader in as many days, the Great Bend AAA American Legion baseball team got a strong pitching outing in Game 1.
The Central Kansas Hornets are the USSSA 13-and-under AA State Baseball Champions.
SALINA - Things didn't start well for Great Bend's AAA American Legion baseball team at the Kansas Grand Slam Tournament in Salina.
LARNED - Sometimes it is better to go straight to the source.
The Golden Belt Swim Squad had continued its success in their past two meets, winning on the road at Lakin last weekend and in Hays on June 21.
The Great Bend AAA American Legion baseball team struggled in a doubleheader against Hays on Tuesday evening.
The 2014 Ellinwood Eagle Cal Ripken baseball team completed their season Tuesday night and ended up with an undefeated record of 10-0. Front row, from left, Gage Hosman, Cole Petz, Ryan Niles, Blake Kubick, Jaxon Christiansen, Cameron Stevenson and Caleb Robl. Middle row, Kyler Doll, Myles Menges, Woodson Corbett, David Hammeke, Luke Wondra, Keaton Erb, Tyler Knop and Caleb Bookout. Back row, Coach Mike Niles and Coach Monte Doll.
Girls 8 Under 25 Free
Hoisington High School (HHS) 76.00 Lincoln High School (LHS) 6.00
Thursday January 15th at GBMS
Lyles Lashley has received an unbelievable amount of coaching honors in his nearly 20-year career. The most prestigious of them came when he was chosen to be a member of the most recent class to the National Junior College Athletic Association Track and Field Hall of Fame released this past week. He was one of eight people to earn the honor and the only coach in the group.