HUTCHINSON - The Great Bend High School girls' swim team finished second at a Hutchinson swim meet on Tuesday evening.
HAYS - Hays High School registered a 4-0 soccer victory over the winless Great Bend Lady Panthers on Monday night in Western Athletic Conference action.
A winter storm in late April?
SALINA - Great Bend High School placed sixth out of 17 teams on Thursday during the Salina South Invitational golf tournament at Salina Municipal.
ELLINWOOD - The Larned High School boys' golf team won the Ellinwood tournament on Friday at Grove Park Golf Club.
ST. JOHN - Ellinwood High School won the girls' competition at the Keith Blide Track and Field Invitational on Friday afternoon.
GARDEN CITY - Midway through the spring season, the Great Bend High School tennis team turned in another dominating performance, winning first place out of eight teams at the Garden City Invitational.
BUHLER - For the first time this season, the Great Bend High School track and field team competed in two meets in one week.
The woes of the Great Bend High School girls' soccer team continued on Friday evening.
Great Bend High School's softball team was in complete control of Game 1 during a doubleheader against Salina-Sacred Heart on Friday evening, winning 6-0.
There are several postponements in light of the inclement weather that continues to mar the high school spring sports season:
HUTCHINSON - Tied with Garden City High School with one event to go at the Hutchinson swim meet, the Great Bend Lady Panthers took second place in the 400-yard freestyle relay to finish second at the meet.
KINGMAN - The Larned High School girls' track and field team captured second place at the Kingman Invitational on Tuesday evening.
LARNED - Hoisington High School swept a softball doubleheader at Larned on Tuesday.
STERLING - The St. John-Hudson High School boys' golf team finished second at the Sterling Invitational on Monday.
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Great Bend's football team has continued a trend of yielding 300-plus yards on the ground, but rallying defensively in the second half.
Even when the game tilted Great Bend's way for a half, Panther coach Jesus Loera felt the advantage might be enough against a talented ...
Central Kansas League
By JIM MISUNAS
LARNED - Larned's volleyball improvement is proven when the Indians pushed Pratt and Lyons to three sets Tuesday night.
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