A healthy dose of 3-pointers from the Scott City High School Beavers and a rough night shooting for Great Bend led to a 58-27 loss in non-conference action on Saturday night at Panther Fieldhouse.
The Great Bend High School girls' basketball team kept the pressure on Scott City.
VICTORIA - The St. John-Hudson High School had four players in double figures in a 58-25 victory over Victoria on Friday night.
CLAFLIN - It was a predominantly one-sided game for the Central Plains High School girls' basketball team.
CLAFLIN - Central Plains High School took full advantage of the absence of La Crosse's Kip Keeley, a 6-foot-3 post player, on Friday night.
In a deliberate Western Athletic Conference basketball game, where scoring came at a premium, Bo Banner of Garden City High School was the difference-maker.
The three-pronged combination of Garden City High School's Jaymie Bernbeck, Taryn Tempel and Johna McClelland made for a long Friday night for the Great Bend Lady Panthers.
HOISINGTON - The Hoisington High School Cardinals finished the regular season 14-0 in wrestling duals, closing it with a quadrangular on Thursday evening.
LARNED - In spite of a third-quarter spark that had Larned High School outscore Thomas More Prep Marian 24-10, the Indians had their rally cut short on Tuesday night.
Due to team-wide illness, the Great Bend High School wrestling team will not be competing today at Hays.
LA CROSSE - The St. John-Hudson High School girls' basketball team led 21-2 after eight minutes, and coasted to a 74-22 victory over La Crosse on the road.
It was almost this time a month ago that the Great Bend High School Panthers appeared to be turning the corner.
Tuesday night's non-conference high school home basketball game for Great Bend with Buhler provided a formidable test for the Lady Panthers.
MANHATTAN - In their final swim meet of the regular season, the Great Bend High School Panthers finished eighth out of 22 teams.
GODDARD - At the end of Saturday's wrestling duals hosted by Goddard High School, the Great Bend Panthers stood undefeated against five different opponents.
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WESTERN ATHLETIC BOYS
By JIM MISUNAS
HAYS -- The Great Bend basketball Panthers will start the 2016-2017 season at Hays High and Hays Middle School Thursday against Manhattan.
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