Changing the Kansas State High School Activities Association is more about Hope than Change. You've got a better chance of quickly turning the Titanic to avoid the iceberg than you do of getting the KSHSAA to implement change. But we can hope.
The Barton Community College basketball programs will begin first round action of the Region VI playoffs tonight, as both teams will be taking on Coffeyville Community College. The men's team, the No. 6 seed in the region, will play their game at home versus the No. 11 seeded Ravens in a 7 p.m. tip at the Barton Gym with free admission for all fans. The Lady Cougars, being the No. 11 seed in the women's bracket, will travel to Coffeyville for a 7 p.m. tip at Nellis Hall against the No. 6 Lady Ravens.
College football coaches have recently released the signings of their latest group of superstars. Every coach got every player he wanted. If the press releases hold true, EVERY football team in the country will be playing for a national championship in just a couple of years!
American Legion Baseball player registration will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. on Sunday at the Kansas Oil and Gas Museum, 5944 10th Street. Players need to bring their Kansas driver's license or a copy of the license. Call Darrin Hall at 417-291-6133 or 792-2399 or Chris Smith at 620-617-5684 wit questions,
Much is made about the parity that exists in college basketball, especially in Big 12 Men's play. True enough but if we take a look at the Western Athletic Conference, (WAC) in Kansas high school play, that parity is mostly missing, especially in boys action.
By this time you should have your tree decorated in a Valentine's Day theme. While this is the dictionary definition of a 'Greeting Card' holiday, it is one you must participate in. Especially if you are a guy.
Following tournament play, Golden Belt basketball teams are now in the "sprint to the finish" with the "finish" being Sub-State and State Championship play. Area teams returned to league action this week. Sub-State play for all teams is only 30 days away.
Zachary Schridde place 3rd in the 141-pound weight class at the Kansas Cup Wrestling Tournament held at Newman University in Wichita. Zachary is a 2014 graduate of GBHS and a former GB Kids Club wrestler and 4 year letter earner for GBHS wrestling team.
Aaron Yoder, who is the Bethany College track coach has set a world-record for the fastest mile, RUNNING BACKWARDS! He set the record of 5:54.25 in November. That got me to thinking, "What other things are "running backwards" in the world of sports?