SALINA - While the Class 5A girls' tennis regional hosted by Salina Central finally got under way on Saturday, it didn't last long.
Great Bend High School used a gadget play on the Panthers' first play from scrimmage Friday night for an unlikely touchdown.
HOISINGTON - The Hoisington High School football team was able to dominate its final Mid-Central Activities Association opponent on Friday night, beating Larned 41-15.
PEABODY - The Central Plains High School football team leaned on running back Benn Kirmer in a 50-0 win on Friday night.
HILLSBORO - The Great Bend High School junior varsity volleyball team split a pair of matches at Hillsboro on Thursday.
Great Bend High School has emerged in the driver's seat in the Western Athletic Conference football race.
The Great Bend High School boys' soccer team missed a shutout of Western Athletic Conference foe Garden City by one minute, 14 seconds.
The Hoisington High School volleyball team competed at the Great Bend triangular, going 2-0 on Tuesday night.
McKenna Mauler led the Great Bend High School girls' golf team, shooting a 52 at the Lady Panthers Invitational on Tuesday.
HAYS - The Great Bend High School boys' soccer team advanced its winning streak to 10 games on Tuesday against Thomas More Prep-Marian.
On Friday night, the Hoisington High School football team will host Larned in the final Mid-Central Activities Association football game of the season.
Last season, the Great Bend High School boys' soccer team played Junction City to a 3-3 tie on the road.
DODGE CITY - Great Bend High School girls' tennis captured second place in the team standings over the host school on Monday at the DCHS.
In golf on Thursday at Hutchinson, McKenna Mauler of Great Bend High School finished at 101, Michaela Cape shot a 115, Taylor Mohr had a 126 and Samantha Dreiling carded a 135 for the Panthers golf team.
McPHERSON - Twenty-seven singles players from 13 high schools participated in the McPherson Invitational tennis tournament on Saturday.
HAYS - Both the Great Bend High School girls' and boys' cross-country teams finished in fifth place at the Hays Invitational on Thursday.
LARNED - A 39-yard field goal by Kingman High School's Caden Knoblauch with 1:46 left on the clock silenced a noisy Larned crowd and propelled the Eagles to a 3-0 victory over the Larned Indians on Friday evening at Earl Roberts Stadium.
Central Plains 74, Macksville 0
Abilene 13, Concordia 7
Things started off well for the Great Bend High School football team.
The Great Bend High School football team needs to turn things around offensively.
Kingman (2-0) at Larned (1-1)