BY KEVIN PRICE firstname.lastname@example.org HOISINGTON - For one quarter, the Hoisington High School girls' basketball team and Ellinwood were evenly matched, but after the first quarter, the Lady Cardinals began to break away with the Mid-Central Activities Association game and claimed the conference win, 41-31. In the first quarter, Ellinwood was supported offensively by Lauren Thill. It was Thill's eight points, including a 3-pointer at the buzzer, that kep the game tied at eight and ...
BY KEVIN PRICE email@example.com HOISINGTON - The Hoisington High School boys' basketball team, ranked No. 8 in Class 3A in the latest Kansas Basketball Coaches Association poll, took control of the game against Ellinwood after one quarter and never let go of the lead, winning 62-48. After the game, it wasn't the matchup between the rival Mid-Central Activities Association opponents that the coaches were talking about, but a matchup that was missing. The Eagles leading ...
With one more Western Athletic Conference basketball game under their belts than defending champion Dodge City, the Great Bend Lady Panthers have the early lead in the conference standings with a 2-0 record.
After losing in its season opener on Dec. 3 at Wichita East High School, 57-53, Dodge City has won five straight games heading into tonight's Western Athletic Conference matchup with Great Bend.
Look who's sitting alone at the top of the early-season Western Athletic Conference girls' basketball standings.
The game clock was melting, and sole possession of the early lead in the Western Athletic Conference boys' basketball standings was at stake.
GIRLS St. John 50, Ellinwood 20 ELLINWOOD - The St. John High School girls' basketball team, ranked No. 8 in Class 1A Division-I in the latest Kansas Basketball Coaches Association poll, jumped ahead of Ellinwood (2-7) in the first quarter, 11-2, and held the lead to win on Tuesday night. St. John (7-0) was led by Teresa Wade, who scored a game-high 15 points and was the only Lady Tigers player in double digits. Morgan ...
Great Bend High School opens Western Athletic Conference home action tonight, entertaining a longtime rival in Hays at Panther Gymnasium.
GIRLS St. John 49, Ness City 26 ST. JOHN - St. John jumped ahead of Ness City after an 18-7 first quarter, and the Lady Tigers never let go of the lead. Led by Teresa Wade, who scored 14 points in the first half and a game-high 16, St. John extended its lead to 33-14 at the half. Morgan Osborne pumped in 13 points, including three 3-pointers. St. John 49, Ness City 26 ...
CLAFLIN - The high school basketball game between the Claflin Wildcats and the Macksville Mustangs Friday night was very much a tale of two halves.
CLAFLIN - Going into the game Friday night, both the Claflin High School girls' basketball team and the Macksville Lady Mustangs had something to defend.
LARNED - The Dodge City girls' basketball team is the defending Western Athletic Conference champion and fourth-place finishers at the Class 6A state tournament in Emporia last March.
GARDEN CITY - Practice your free throws. Every day. It saved the Great Bend High School Panthers in their Western Athletic Conference opener against Garden City Friday night at The Garden. Senior guard Will Gray converted 5 of 7 free throws in the final 26.8 seconds of regulation, lifting Great Bend to a 42-37 road victory over the stubborn Buffaloes. "Will stepped up and did a great job at the line," Great Bend head coach ...
GARDEN CITY - Finally. Great Bend High School head coach Jason Tatkenhorst and his Lady Panthers have been working to get to this point since before the Christmas holidays. And, what better time to play your best basketball game of the season than the Western Athletic Conference opener Friday night? Coming up with a consummate team performance, Great Bend rode a rock-solid second quarter en route to a 56-35 romp past Garden City at The ...
Great Bend High School embarks on Western Athletic Conference-opening play tonight, when the Panthers travel out west to take on Garden City.
Before the season started, Great Bend High School's boys' head swimming coach Steve Beaumont said that he had a young team that would need to learn as they went.
LINCOLN - The Central Plains High School boys outscored Phillipsburg 10-3 in overtime to escape with a 61-54 victory Tuesday in the Amos Morris/George Stephens Classic. The Oilers outscored the Panthers 17-10 from the free-throw line.
LAKIN - Larned outscored Lakin's boys 19-8 in the fourth period to pull away for a 59-42 non-league victory Saturday.
PRATT - Larned High School's returning Class 4A state qualifier Kaiden Reed placed runner-up in the Pratt Wrestling Tournament. Reed lost 1-0 to Buhler's Jon Yates in the 285-pound division finals. Reed won two of three matches.
LARNED - The Larned High School boys' basketball team picked up their pace in the second half to put away Kiowa County on Tuesday night at the Seventh Annual Gene Keady Basketball Classic 67-40.
VALLEY CENTER - The Great Bend High School wrestling team opened the season on Saturday, finishing fifth at the Valley Center Duals Tournament.
OSBORNE - The Hoisington High School wrestling team went to the Osborne Invitational as defending tournament champions.
RUSSELL - It took more than four quarters, but Russell High School's girls' basketball team put Ellinwood away in overtime.
RUSSELL - Ellinwood High School's boys' basketball team took an early lead and held on to beat Russell 54-41 on Friday night.
SALINA - While the Great Bend High School boys' swimming team finished fourth out of five teams in the Panthers' season-opening meet at Salina, they showed some potential according to head coach Steve Beaumont.
HAYS - The Great Bend High School girls' basketball team just couldn't shut down Riley County's offense.
HAYS - Things were looking up for the Great Bend High School boys' basketball team with 10 minutes remaining on the clock.
PRATT - The St. John-Hudson High School boys' basketball team started the season with a dominant performance on Friday night.
HAYS - It's always nice to start things off with a win.