Tague Conrad of the Larned High School boys' golf team qualified for the Class 3A state meet on Monday at Salina Municipal Golf Course.
HAYS - The Great Bend High School Lady Panthers soccer team lost to Hays 1-0 on Tuesday in a Class 5A regional.
The Great Bend High School swim team qualified swimmers in five individual events and all three relays for the Class 5-1A state swimming and diving meet.
One win from advancing to the Class 5A state baseball tournament, the Great Bend High School Panthers had their season end with a thud.
The big inning was both a gift and a curse for the Great Bend High School softball team on Tuesday in the Class 5A regional at Harms Field.
HAYS - Trey Herman of Hays High School fired a 2-under 69 to win medalist honors on Monday at the Class 5A regional golf championships at Smoky Hill Country Club.
HUGOTON - The Hoisington High School softball concluded its season with a 2-1 loss to Hugoton on Monday in regional play.
In a triangular with Hutchinson High School and McPherson, the Great Bend junior varsity softball team won both games on Thursday, May 12.
Rewind to last spring.
The Great Bend High School softball team gets to reap the benefits awarded to them after a 4-1 victory over McPherson on Thursday.
ELLINWOOD - The Hoisington High School track and field team won the boys' division of the Mid-Central Activities Association meet at Ellinwood on Thursday with 102 points.
STAFFORD - Stafford High School hosted the Hearts of the Plains League track and field meet on Thursday.
HOISINGTON - Claflin High School hosted the Central Prairie League track and field meet on Thursday at Hoisington.
HILLSBORO - The Larned High School boys' tennis team took fourth place while Claflin's Benn Kirmer took seventh place as the highest individual medalist at the Class 3-1A state tennis tournament on Saturday.
Both teams are 16-4 overall and playing host to Class 5A regional tournaments on Tuesday in Great Bend.
Taking second place at the Class 5-1A State Bowling Tournament as an individual is an achievement in itself.
The first area high school basketball team to step up to take the floor in state-tournament action is Central Plains' girls.
The Macksville High School boys' basketball gets their first Class 1A Division-I State Tournament test tonight at 8:15 in Emporia at White Auditorium.
MANHATTAN - The Central Plains girls and St. John boys Class 2A quarterfinal basketball games will be aired live on the Internet through the Kansas State Activities Association and the National Federation of High School Networks.
RUSSELL - Larned's boys held a nine-point lead and were two minutes away from their first state basketball appearance in 20 years. The Indians lost a 3-point lead in the first overtime and a 4-point lead in the second overtime.
It wasn't easy, but now it's over.
CLASS 6A GIRLS
CLASS 1A GIRLS DIVISION I
BURRTON - Macksville High School's girls have earned a reputation as the ultimate underdog after back-to-back upset basketball victories.
They never looked comfortable.
Things were one-sided, as one-sided as one would expect when a No. 1 seed with two losses going against a No. 8 seed with a winless record.
BURRTON - Macksville High School's head boys' basketball coach Jeff Kuckelman was fine when LaCrosse trapped and double teamed scoring-leader Tanner Tranbarger.
WICHITA - The high school basketball season is officially over for the Great Bend boys after a 67-41 loss on the road against Bishop Carroll.