The spotlights and all of the pageantry that surrounds the state wrestling tournament can be a distraction.
Hoisington High School's wrestling program was supposed to be entering the rebuilding process.
SALINA - The Great Bend High School bowling team walked away from Salina with a pair of first-place finishes on Monday night.
BOYS Pretty Prairie 62, Stafford 53 STAFFORD - Stafford High School's boys' basketball team made furious run at Pretty Prairie, outscoring the visitors 20-13 in the fourth quarter on Tuesday night. But Pretty Prairie held on fora 62-53 victory. Pretty Prairie led 34-14 at halftime and 49-33 after three quarters before Stafford made its too little, too late run. Tanner Newell led Stafford with 21 points, including four 3-point hits. GIRLS Claflin 75, Western Plains ...
HOISINGTON - The Great Bend High School girls' basketball team weathered a third-quarter spurt by Hoisington to win 43-32 on Tuesday night at the Hoisington Activities Center.
HOISINGTON - With the aid of the 3-pointer, the Great Bend High School boys' basketball team blasted Hoisington 56-37 on Tuesday night at the Hoisington Activities Center.
HOISINGTON - Tonight, the Great Bend High School basketball teams meet Hoisington in non-conference action. The girls game is slated to tip off at 6, with the boys at around 8. The Panthers will look to contain Hoisington's post player, 6-foot-8 sophomore Cody Stetler. "(Hoisington) is a big, athletic, physical team," Panthers head coach Chris Battin said. "They are very good in transition and they are coached well. (Stetler) is going to be a ...
BELOIT - Hoisington High School qualified five wrestlers at the Beloit regional on Saturday for the Class 3-2-1A state wrestling meet in Hays.
It seemed as though both Great Bend High School's and Dodge City's girls spent much of their Western Athletic Conference basketball clash trying to give the game back to each other.
GARDEN CITY - The Great Bend High School bowling team - both boys and girls - took second place at the Western Athletic Conference tournament in Garden City on Thursday.
GIRLS Hutchinson-Trinity 46, Hoisington 33 HOISINGTON - The Hoisington High School girls' basketball team trailed by only three points going into the final eight minutes, but Hutchinson-Trinity was able to put together a 21-point fourth quarter to pull away on Friday night. Belle Brickley led the Lady Cardinals with 10 points. Mallory Flagor added seven. Hutchinson-Trinity 46, Hoisington 33 TRINITY Kaylin Labenz 0 0-0 0, Kennedi Smith 2 12-14 17, Rachel Clark 1 ...
For the better portion of 3 ½ quarters, the Great Bend High School Panthers matched defending Western Athletic Conference champion and current leader Dodge City on Friday night at Panther Fieldhouse.
ST. JOHN - Forget D-Wade of the NBA's Miami Heat. At St. John High School, it's T-Wade. St. John's Teresa Wade scored a game-high 21 points, as the strong presence in the paint helped the Lady Tigers rout Central Prairie League opponent Macksville on Friday night, 56-35. "I'm glad she's on our team," St. John head coach Danny Smith said of Wade. "(Getting Wade the ball inside) is definitely our game plan every time out ...
LIBERAL - It was a matter of survival for the Great Bend High School girls' basketball team, who captured a huge road victory on Saturday night, edging Liberal 45-43.
ST. JOHN - Friday night's Central Prairie League matchup between Macksville and St. John seemed to be a game of polar opposites.
Bowling at the collegiate level has been the plan for 2013 Great Bend High School graduate Danny Herrman for a while.
Photos by Mack McClure
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