LARNED - It's not as important as what's happening in the Ukraine, but that was quite a flap in the Atlantic Coast Conference when new-member Syracuse's Jim Boeheim went ballistic and ran onto the court protesting a key charging call during the Orange's 66-60 loss at Duke over the weekend.
For Jason Parr, his quest to complete the 2014 Boston Marathon is a calling, inspired by the story of a courageous father-son duo.
LARNED - By now most everybody who is a college basketball fan has heard about Oklahoma State's Marcus Smart shoving a Texas Tech fan in the stands last weekend.
Great Bend will be hosting the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) softball and baseball tournaments for the first time from April 28 through May 4.
LARNED - There is a parallel of sorts between the Larned vs. Great Bend boys basketball game on January 28, and the Super Bowl featuring Denver and Seattle, played this past Sunday.
LARNED - Just in case you've been buried in a cave somewhere and missed the media hype, today is Super Bowl 48.
LARNED - Last week the University of Kansas announced plans for a $17.5 million apartment complex that will house 32 KU men's and women's basketball players and 34 other students.
LARNED - Dennan Morrow is on a fast track to a coaching position at a big-time college basketball program.
Tony Crough's first year as Great Bend High School Panther football head coach was a success even though the scoreboard may have told a different story. Crough said his team met or exceeded all of his goals for them. "We improved every day, which was our goal all year long," Crough said. "We had a chance to make the playoffs all the way up to the last quarter of our season," he said. "Barring injury, we may have made it and had a few more wins along the way. "I really enjoyed my first season as head coach," Crough ...
Hoisington Kids Wrestling Club will host a home tournament on Dec. 13, at the Activity Center.
The Hoisington Wrestling Team sent teams two different directions this past Saturday, and turned in some very good results.
Great Bend 31 Colby 11
Great Bend Middle School Wrestlers traveled to Salina for a duel tournament on Saturday. "I'm very proud of our team. These guys sacrifice a lot just to participate in wrestling. The fact is this group gave up a Saturday to work their tails off and achieve something pretty special." commented Panthers Coach Norbert Muth. Ten teams attended the tournament. The teams were split into two pools and the winner of each pool would wrestle for the championship. The Panthers first duel of their pool was against Manhattan Eisenhower who they defeated easily 72- 24, Junction City was next up ...