Great Bend High School junior varsity quarterback Shade Wondra connected with running back Trent Uselton for three touchdowns against Ulysses on Monday evening at Memorial Stadium.
HESSTON - The Ellinwood High School boys' cross-country team won the Swather Special hosted by Hesston on Thursday.
Kelsey Perry is getting the word out around town.
OTIS - Otis-Bison High School senior running back Dylan Wissman had another monster game, rushing for 307 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Cougars past Central Plains 40-14.
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ELLINWOOD - After shattering a losing streak that spanned three seasons in Week 1, the Larned High School football team may be starting a new streak after Week 2 - a winning one.
ULYSSES - Dealing with adversity can sometimes be self-inflicted.
The Great Bend High School girls' tennis team swept its own invitational on Saturday at Veterans Park.
ULYSSES - Great Bend High School quarterback Bryce Beck ran for a 5-yard touchdown with 8:22 remaining in the fourth quarter, breaking a 20-20 deadlock and lifting the Panthers to a 28-20 non-conference victory over Ulysses on Friday night at Maxwell Field.
The Great Bend High School Panthers spent Labor Day morning hard at work.
WICHITA - The Great Bend High School boys' soccer team secured a 1-0 win over Dodge City in the second round of the Wichita Titans Classic on Thursday evening.
Larned High School's football team shattered a 23-game losing streak that stretched back to 2009.
LARNED - The Larned High School volleyball team struggled in its home quadrangular on Tuesday evening.
HOISINGTON - The Central Plains High School girls' tennis team dominated a quadrangular hosted by Hoisington on Tuesday afternoon.
Overpowering the opposition, Great Bend High School totaled 44 points to beat second-place Larned (38) in the seven-team GBHS round-robin tennis tournament on Tuesday.
DODGE CITY- Grant Harris won the opening round of the singles bracket as the Panther tennis team placed third out of eight teams at Thursday's Boot Hill Invitational.
NICKERSON – Larned High's hitting is so dominating, their defense and pitching is often overshadowed.
Great Bend senior catcher Dakota Sanders will be taking her talents to Overland Park next spring.
HAYS- Thomas More Prep recorded its sixth shut out of the season as the Monarchs defeated Great Bend, 3-0 Thursday.
HUTCHINSON- GBMS seventh grader Gage Fritz saddled four medals including a pair of golds to help lead the boys middle school track and field team at Thursday's Todd Thurston Invitational.
Due to inclement weather forecasted for the area today, this evening's home soccer game between Great Bend and Manhattan has been postponed until Monday, May 11 at Cavanaugh Fields. Start time is 4 p.m.
HUTCHINSON- Make it six, please! Shaking off some mid season fatigue, the Great Bend girls swim team swiped another gold finish and their sixth straight of the season at Thursday's quadrangular at Hutchinson.
BUHLER- Due to inclement weather forecasted for this afternoon, today's GBHS track and field meet at Buhler has been postponed and moved to Tuesday, April 28.
Due to inclement weather forcasted for the area today, this afternoon's jv baseball contest at Veterans Park between Great Bend and Hays has been postponed. A makeup date is yet to be determined.
ELLINWOOD- Ellinwood track standout McKenna Rugan will be taking her talents to Emporia State next season. Rugan has won seven state track medals her first three years with the Eagles. She has been a part of three school records in the 4x100, 4x400, and 4x800 meter relays. McKenna was also on three state runner up teams: two in cross country, one in track. Rugan is the fifth Ellinwood track athlete to sign in the last two years. She is the seventh to be offered a scholarship.
Keely Ireland scored on an assist by Alondra Garcia but it was the only offensive momentum Great Bend could muster as the Panthers fell to visiting Garden City Tuesday in double overtime, 2-1.
A 10-0 win in Great Bend's WAC series opener against Dodge City was just the tip of the iceberg for what the Panthers had in store for their guests. The home team pounded out 13 hits in game two and coasted to a 17-0 blowout of the Demons to claim a 2-0 sweep.
Despite a 10-6 hitting margin by the opposition, Great Bend turned up the heat with eight runs over three innings to take a 9-5 victory overall Scott City in the Panthers' home opener Tuesday. Great Bend mustered only four hits in game two against Thomas More Prep (Hays) as the Monarchs claimed a 6-3 win giving the Panthers a 1-1 split.
In only their second meet of the month the Great Bend jv boys track and field team mustered 58 points and a third place finish out of six teams at their home invitational Tuesday. Garden City and Dodge were the top two finishers with 243 and 147 points. Liberal (41), Hays (40) and Hutchinson (30) rounded out the bottom six in order.