CIMARRON- Larned's Dorothy Keenan shot a score of 48 to finish in fourth place at Tuesday's Cimarron Invitational. Haley Skelton ended the day shooting 50 for eighth place while Emma Ayre and Madison Gleason shot 52 and 53 for 13th and 15th. Leann Peterson tied with Gleason but lost in a playoff. Jaicee Walker finished with a score of 67.
HAYS- Great Bend junior golfer Allison Neeland recorded a score of 48 while finishing in the top ten at Monday's Hays High Lady Invitational. Neeland's seventh place finish was a point ahead of Liberal's Sarah Bayouth. Taylor Deboer of Hays was the top medalist with a score of 39.
CINCINNATI, Ohio- Call it a fitting cap to a long, successful career. This past spring Shannon Schartz stepped down from an illustrious coaching run that spanned four decades. But after 3,000 wins at the helm of the GBHS tennis program, Schartz cashed in on the golden ticket of a lifetime.
Great Bend High School season football tickets are now available in the activities office at Great Bend High School. Fans who have not had tickets in the past and are interested in reserved seating, please contact the activities office at 793-1560. The first home game is Friday, September 4th at 7:00 p.m. as the Panthers host Leavenworth at Memorial Stadium.
After two weeks of conditioning, learning a new offensive system and solidifying a defense that's loaded with depth, the Great Bend Panthers will shift gears as they look forward to some home cookin' at next week's season opener against the Leavenworth Pioneers.
LYONS- Jahtziri Lara and Jordan Ewing picked up a win in No. 1 doubles while Allison Muth and Madison Murphy collected a victory in No. 2 doubles as the Panther JV tennis team opened season play Thursday. The Panthers placed fifth out of five teams competing while Ashland finished the day in first place. Host team Lyons came in second with Pratt and Chaparral placing third and fourth.
In preparation for next week's season and home opener against Leavenworth, coach Tony Crough and his staff have spent the past week making adjustments offensively with a new starting quarterback, a new starting running back and a new system for 2015.
One down. One to go. As the season opener against Leavenworth quickly approaches, Great Bend will use one more scrimmage to iron out any preseason wrinkles before the Panthers and Pioneers go head to head September 4 at Memorial Stadium.
Nearly a week into fall camp the Great Bend High School football team will hold the first of two intrasquad scrimmages Saturday morning at 10 a.m. at Memorial Stadium. Great Bend will hold their final preseason scrimmage next Friday, August 28 at 7 p.m. under the lights. Nearly 60 individuals makeup second year head coach Tony Crough's roster which does not include freshmen.
An examination of Hoisington's Week 5 game highlights in a road game against Kingman shows Cardinal free safety Steffan Dolechek's ability to make plays on both sides of the ball. Entering the contest, Hoisington was 3-1 and a win would tie the Cardinals' victory total from a 4-5 year in 2013. Kingman was receiving statewide attention after it shut out it first four opponents.
August 17, 2015|
Conor Nicholl, Kansas Pregame