The Great Bend Recreation Commission will be hosting a youth June Jaunt Tennis Tournament on Saturday, June 1, at Veterans Memorial Park.
In its 60th year, the drag strip at Great Bend honors not only it's anniversary but also its national publicity.
Now we know why those college basketball coaches get paid so much money. They have to deal with the seedy underworld of basketball in recruiting.
On April 30, the Great Bend Middle School track and field team finished up the 2013 track season by traveling to Hays and competing in a seven-team meet put on by TMP Middle School.
It was a family affair for the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Thunder on the Plains at the S.R.C.A. Drag Strip this past weekend as Glen Amerine nearly shared the winner's circle with his son Craig, who was the runner up in Top Sportsman, and brothers battled in the final round for the Stock Eliminator championship.
On Monday, the Great Bend Middle School hosted its junior varsity track and field team meet and competed against five other teams.
Tim Tebow is out in New York and if you listen to the smarties who offer opinions, he's done in the NFL. Let's take a look at some of these smarties.
Drum roll, please.
The Six Pack Volleyball Club finished their long season with three of their teams ranked No. 1 in their age groups of their region.
LARNED - The AP headline on the sports pages blared, WOODS LEAVES MASTERS EMPTY-HANDED AGAIN!
HAYS - A Leadership 310 team along with Up 'til Dawn at Fort Hays State University will host a youth soccer camp instructed by the men's and women's soccer teams from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 27, at the FHSU Soccer Stadium inside the Bickle-Schmidt Sports Complex.
Last Monday night's NCAA national championship victory by Louisville over a game Michigan squad was a fitting conclusion to a great collegiate basketball season.
Ellinwood's Six Pack 12-1 silver volleyball team, coached by Katherine Mountain, is ranked No. 1 for the Heart of America Volleyball Club.
Monday evening, just as Wisconsin took a 3-2 lead over Duke in the national championship basketball game, the electricity flickered three or four times and the house went dark. "Oh what cruel trick of nature could this be?" Surely it will be back any moment I thought, after all, this IS the championship game that's on my giant flat-screen tv! Horror of horrors, it didn't happen!
Will he or won't he? Will Wichita State's Gregg Marshall leave a good situation for another, another that pays more? That scenario is being repeated all across the country as athletic directors "dance with the stars" trying to entice them to coach at their respective schools.
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