HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS
The Great Bend High School girls' swim team won the first of three home meets this season, topping Hays and Thomas More Prep-Marian, also from Hays, on Thursday afternoon at the Barton Community College pool in Great Bend.
When Great Bend High School senior Alex Reed suffered a devastating knee injury during Class 5A district football action last fall, one had to wonder if the record-setting sprint wunderkind would ever get back on track.
WICHITA - The Great Bend High School girls' soccer team has done something it has never done before - make it to the championship game of the Wichita Titan Classic.
Suffice to say, the Great Bend High School boys' tennis team is a work in progress. Only one senior, who is coming out for the first time this spring, is on the Panthers' roster.
The Great Bend High School girls' swim team roster is a revolving door that saw eight seniors graduate from last years' squad but has some bright young talent coming in.
For the Great Bend High School softball team, this season is all about the team's experience.
Losing only four seniors to graduation, the Great Bend High School Panthers baseball team entertains some high expectations entering the 2011 campaign.
WICHITA - The Great Bend High School girls' soccer team began its season in style, beating Haysville Campus 4-1 to open the Wichita Titan Classic on Wednesday.
Seniors dominated The Associated Press All-America team for the first time in five years.
HAYS - A year after having a pair of Great Bend High School athletes take Class 5A state championships in three events, the track and field team picked up five first-place finishes in its first meet of the season at Fort Hays State University on Saturday.
The Great Bend High School girls' soccer team begins its season on the road at the Wichita South Titan Classic on Monday against Haysville Campus at 4 p.m. - weather permitting.
Unlike the other All-Western Athletic Conference selections, the wrestling portion was cut-and-dried.
The All-Mid-Central Activities Association list is in and no high school is more represented than Hoisington, which claimed eight of the 24 spots on the girls' and boys' first and second teams.
The Central Prairie League has proven its strength after sending four of its nine high school boys basketball teams to a state tournament.