The Hoisington boys and girls track teams finished in first place at the Wheaton Relays hosted by Lyons High School on Tuesday. It was the second straight week where both the girls and boys teams brought home the first place team plaque.
Great Bend's Kelby Titus tied for second-best score (76) at the Great Bend Golf Invitational Monday at Stoneridge Country Club. Titus finished fourth after scores were compared on the toughest handicap holes. Garden City freshman Sion Audrain placed first with a 1-under-par score of 71.
HAYS - Great Bend High's baseball team achieved a rare feat with an 8-5 and 16-6 doubleheader sweep over rival Hays High Thursday. The Panthers (7-3, 5-1) take over first place in the Western Athletic Conference. Hays High (7-5, 2-2 WAC) drops into third place.
CIMARRON - Larned High junior Colton Massey made it four-for-four with a first-place finish at the Cimarron Tournament (73). Massey has won all four tournaments this spring. Massey finished two strokes ahead of teammate Brandon Bartz (75) for the second time this spring and two strokes ahead of Syracuse's Ira Kullot.