While you are still guffawing about my prediction that Great Bend would beat Dodge City 27-24, remember that "no man is a prophet in his own country". So, you ask, "Am I from Mars?" The 51-7 win that Dodge City hung on Great Bend is only a bump in the road for this pompous prognosticator!
Does anyone else think the Kansas City Royals just got better for the playoffs with Greg Holland getting hurt? Wade Davis has been the most dominate relief pitcher in baseball the past two seasons. Davis taking over the ninth inning is a good thing. The only question is whether the Royals 7th and 8th innings can stay solid.
September 30, 2015|
MIKE MARZOLF, Special to the Tribune
There is a notable Country song that was recorded by numerous artists including Ray Price, Buck Owens and Dwight Yoakam that includes the lyrics, "I've got heartaches by the number, troubles by the score." It's hard to imagine any major college football program that has more troubles than Kansas but there just might be……………………………and the Jayhawks play them this Saturday. Rutgers!
WICHITA - The Emery Park BMX Championship Finals were held over the weekend. Hundreds of riders and their families from around Kansas and neighboring states were on hand to compete at Wichita's Emery Park. Riders battled for the title of State Champion in multiple categories and age groups. Two Great Bend brothers competed as well.
Bombers Baseball, a local non-profit baseball association, will be conducting last chance baseball tryouts for both 8-under and 9-under baseball teams this Thursday, September 24th at 5:15 p.m. at Vets West baseball field. This tryout is for the 2016 baseball season. Winter workouts prior to spring competition will also be held. Anyone that will be 7-years old this school year, but cannot be 10 prior to May 1, 2016, is invited attend. There is no cost for the tryout, but, upon making the team, there will be a $200 player fee plus the cost of uniforms for next ...
Maybe Johnny Cueto should cut his hair. Do those "Dreads" not agree with the Kansas City heat and humidity? Does Johnny even have a barber? All interesting thoughts while pondering the slide down the unwanted slope of pitching futility that has attached itself to Johnny Cueto since he joined the Royals.
I'm curious about the Cat that is the Kansas State Wildcat's Band Director. What was he thinking when he had his marching band do a routine that got interpreted as some kind of obscene gesture towards or about a Kansas Jayhawk?
SALINA- Great Bend's Steve Courson threw in the Kansas Horseshoe Pitchers Association's annual State Tournament Saturday and Sunday at Salina's Sunset Park. Courson posted an 8-1 record in two days of throwing to win his division. Courson has thrown at World Tournaments in Iowa, Oklahoma and Utah and placed third in his division at the 2015 World Tournament in Topeka in July.