DODGE CITY - The Doll twins - junior guards Kaylie Doll and Kelsie Doll - combined for 21 points, helping lead the Great Bend High School Lady Panthers to a 49-35 victory over three-time defending Western Athletic Conference champion Dodge City.
DODGE CITY - The Doll twins - junior guards Kaylie Doll and Kelsie Doll - combined for 21 points, helping lead the Great Bend High School Lady Panthers to a 49-35 victory over Dodge City in Western Athletic Conference action on Friday night at United Wireless Arena
DODGE CITY - Bryce Beck scored a game-high 16 points and Brock Ibarra was unflappable from beyond the arc, draining 5 of 6 3-pointers and totaling 15 points, helping the Great Bend High School boys' basketball team turn back Dodge City 49-43 on Friday night at United Wireless Arena.
Coming off a 48-40 upset victory over previously unbeaten Hays on Tuesday night, the Great Bend High School boys' basketball team hits the road once again tonight, traveling to Dodge City to take on the Red Demons in Western Athletic Conference action.
Great Bend faced a formidable foe but proved up to the task as the Panthers took a 2-0 sweep over visiting Hutchinson to close out the regular season Thursday. Following a 6-2 victory in game one, the Panthers found themselves in a battle but were able to hold off a Salt Hawk rally late in the game to win the second contest, 2-1.
ELLINWOOD- The 4x800 relay team of Quincy Smith, Clay Cooper, Triston Long and Gerardo Calleros finished with a first place time of 8:40.57 at Thursday's Central Prarie League Meet. As a team, the Tiger boys placed seventh out of a nine-team competition with 44 points. Ness City was the top finisher at 98.
Due to wet field conditions today's Panther baseball games against Larned, originally scheduled to be played at home, have been moved to Larned's Moffett Field with the first pitched scheduled for 5 p.m. The JV games will be played at Jordaan Park in Larned.
SALINA- A long pass by Kaily Griffith to fellow sophomore Melanie Garcia set up an early goal but Great Bend would not be able to produce enough offensive push the rest of the way as the Panthers fell to Salina South, 3-1 in the second of a back-to-back Tuesday night.
Hunter Middleton broke two school records in Tuesday's 10-0 and 7-1 sweeping of visiting Thomas More Prep. The Panther senior recorded 12 strike outs in the first game and retired one more for good measure after an inning's work in game two to break the single season strikeout record with 137 for the season. Middleton also collected her 15th win of 2015 breaking another school record.