OTIS - It only took 24 minutes for a winner to be decided in an Eight-Man Division-II Bi-District game on Tuesday evening.
With one strike of the ball, the high school soccer season was over for the Great Bend Panthers.
It wasn't like he took a blueprint with him, when Jason Ingram accepted the Hoisington High School head-coaching position a couple years ago.
The excitement is almost tangible in St. John as the high school football team is about to take a stab at an Eight-Man Division-I state playoff run.
A lot can be said about experience, especially in the postseason.
Sure it may be a soccer team that the Great Bend High School Panthers sees twice a year, but tonight's matchup at Cavanaugh Field will be anything but a regular-season game.
Running back Mike Jones of Salina South High School turned the statewide-televised Class 5A District 7 football game on Cox channel 22 into his own personal highlight reel.
HAYS - Finding itself in a familiar situation, the perennial powerhouse St. John High School volleyball team was playing for a Class 1A Division-I state title.
LAWRENCE - For three seniors, it was the end of a high school career.
SALINA - It all came down to one high school volleyball match on Friday night at the Bicentennial Center in Salina.
WAMEGO - The Ellinwood Eagles flew high for the second consecutive year on Saturday at the Class 2A state cross-country championships.
LITTLE RIVER - The Eight-Man Division-I District 5 football matchup between Central Plains High School and Little River on Thursday night proved just how crucial 2-point conversions can be.
Running back Mike Jones turned the statewide-televised Class 5A District 7 football game on Cox channel 22 into his own personal highlight reel.
Coming to grips with the fact their season is coming to an end tonight, it makes for a bitter pill to swallow.
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