LIBERAL - On Saturday, Great Bend High School's volleyball team stared down two matches between them and a Class 5A state tournament berth.
NEWTON - The Great Bend High School boys' cross-country team returned from Newton on Saturday with a Class 5A regional meet runners-up trophy.
SOLOMON - The Central Plains High School football team scored 32 points in the first quarter alone in an 86-40 shootout against Solomon on Friday night.
MEADE - The regional dominance continues for Ellinwood High School.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
LARNED - In a game marked by big plays, the Larned High School Indians won a key Class 4A District 14 game by running past the Hugoton Eagles 35-14 on Friday evening at Earl Roberts Field.
The first half went well enough.
A third-quarter scoring spurt left Great Bend High School's football team in the dust as Salina Central ran away with it on Friday night.
The Great Bend High School boys' soccer team finished the regular season on the best of terms.
The Great Bend High School girls' and boys' cross-country teams look to qualify for the Class 5A state meet on Saturday.
The regular season is over.
The high school football season always seems to come to this one moment.
As the season progressed, this football matchup looked more and more like a greatest test on Central Plains High School's regular-season schedule.
GARDEN CITY - For a spell, it appeared Hoisington High School's girls' golf team had hopes of a top-3 finish at the Class 3-1A girls state golf championship on Monday.
TOPEKA - Jessie Johnson represented Larned High School's girls' tennis team at the Class 4A state tournament.
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LARNED -No. 2 ranked Class 3A Hoisington cruised to five dual-match wins and nine Cardinals finished with perfect records at the Larned dual meet Thursday.
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LARNED-Kingman's Bailey Bangert poured in 28 points and led her undefeated teammates to a convincing 58-37 win over Larned Tuesday evening. The Eagles raced ...
DODGE CITY – The Great Bend boys basketball team was on target to hit rock bottom starting its toughest road stretch of the basketball season.
DODGE CITY – The Great Bend girls basketball team started the Western Athletic Conference race by knocking off Dodge City 52-37, the two-time defending WAC champions.
When high school basketball resumes Tuesday, the Great Bend Panthers will kick off the Western Athletic Conference season at Dodge City.
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