Great Bend High School embarks on Western Athletic Conference-opening play tonight, when the Panthers travel out west to take on Garden City.
Winter is here, the new year has begun and that can only mean one thing: it's high school bowling season again.
McPHERSON - The Great Bend High School girls' basketball team had its moments while taking on Class 5A No. 7-ranked McPherson Tuesday night at The Roundhouse.
McPHERSON - The inside-outside combination featuring 6-foot-6 post player Christian Ulsaker and point guard Jack Pyle makes Class 5A top-ranked McPherson a tough matchup.
McPHERSON - Great Bend High School girls' head basketball coach Jason Tatkenhorst genuinely believes his team made some positive gains during practices over the Christmas holidays.
McPHERSON - The prospect of playing in The Roundhouse at McPherson High School is always an interesting sidelight.
STAFFORD - With only seven players on its roster, Class 1A Division-II Stafford High School has the smallest boys' basketball team in the area.
Great Bend High School cross country runner Erin Sullivan has a plan.
MACKSVILLE - The Macksville High School girls' basketball team dominated Western Plains on Tuesday night, cruising to a 53-19 victory at home.
LARNED - The Hoisington High School boys' basketball team jumped ahead 19-4 in the first quarter on Friday night, and Larned was unable to make up the difference.
HOISINGTON – The Hoisington High School wrestling team played host to the Cardinal Corner Classic Wrestling Tournament on Friday, and finished in third place.
CLAFLIN - On Tuesday, the Claflin High School girls' basketball team squared off against St. John, which is ranked No. 2 in Class 1A by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association, but came up short.
CLAFLIN - Christian Heitschmidt hit eight 3-pointers and finished with 29 points, but the Claflin High School boys' basketball team still couldn't quite top Wilson on Friday, losing 57-52.
ST. JOHN - Cunningham hung around and hung around against St. John in girls high school basketball action on Friday night.
ST. JOHN - The dribble penetration and athleticism that St. John High School guards Zach Minnis and Brandon Blakeslee possess can make life rough for any opponent.
After losing their football opener, the Hoisington Cardinals are rolling.
After hosting a Class 5A regional cross-country meet at Barton Lake, Great Bend High School will be sending three runners to the state meet at Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence.
Hoisington 42, Sterling 0
MEADE - The Ellinwood High School girls' cross-country team qualified for another Class 2A State Meet.
After a promising start for both teams, Salina Central High School took control of the Class 5A District 6 game on Friday night.
HUGOTON - The Hugoton High School Eagles put a huge dent in Larned's playoff hopes with a 14-6 upset of the favored Indians Friday evening.
In the driver's seat.
Larned (4-3 overall, 0-1 district) at Hugoton (2-5, 0-1)
LARNED - For the second straight year, Larned High's volleyball team is an underdog and underrated team that few outsiders would expect to qualify for the Class 4A-Division II state tournament.
CLASS 6A-1. Olathe Northwest 33-4; 2. Olathe East 29-8; 3. Blue Valley Northwest 29-7; 4. Blue Valley North 28-8; 5. Blue Valley 24-10; 6. Manhattan 26-11; 7. Maize 32-7; 8. Washburn Rural 25-13; 9. Derby 29-10; 10. Hutchinson 21-16.
The Central Plains High School volleyball team closed out the regular season on Tuesday.
GARDEN CITY - At the end of the Western Athletic Conference volleyball tournament, it was host Garden City that sat atop of the standings.
EMPORIA - The Hoisington High School girls' golf team placed fourth at the Class 3-1A State Golf Tournament on Monday at Emporia Municipal Golf Course.