HUTCHINSON - The Great Bend High School Lady Panthers were digging it. They were pouncing at every ball hit their way during a volleyball match with Hutchinson on Thursday evening at the Hutchinson triangular.
Great Bend High School recovered a Wichita North fumble on the game's opening kickoff and scored on the first play from scrimmage, when Bryce Beck ran 24 yards for a touchdown on a reverse.
An impending switch at quarterback for Great Bend High School's football team may have to wait.
Already one-third of the high school football season has been played, and the Great Bend High School Panthers still haven't put together four solid quarters in a game.
After moving ahead 2-0, the Great Bend High School boys' soccer team held off Western Athletic Conference foe Dodge City on Thursday evening at Cavanaugh Field.
SALINA - The Salina South High School girls' tennis tournament marked the first time that Great Bend has finished out of first place in September.
CLAFLIN - The Central Plains High School girls' tennis team won its own quadrangular on Tuesday.
Black says team needs to play with more gusto, more passion
Starting out the season with a 2-1 record, Great Bend High School head football coach Bo Black wants his team to be more spirited and play with more passion.
After capturing its first win last week, the Hoisington High School football team will be looking to follow that up with a Mid-Central Activities Association victory at home against Ellinwood on Friday night.
As goes middle hitter Brenna Haines, so goes the Great Bend High School Lady Panthers.
Thanks to two goals from Enrique Guyton and another from Joaquin Garcia, the Great Bend High School boys' soccer team captured its second Western Athletic Conference win of the season on Tuesday evening.
Tonight is "Jam The Gym" night at Panther Fieldhouse for the Great Bend High School varsity volleyball team.
ST. JOHN - It wasn't the turnovers that made the difference on Friday night.
The Hoisington Cardinal wrestling team continues to have news worthy announcements about its staff and team members. This past week the team learned that High School Assistant and Middle School Head Coach Anthony Leiker was named Middle School Coach of the year by the Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association.