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Catchy Awards voting now underway

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It is time for the Seventh-Annual Catchy Awards to honor the top student athletes of the year. The media and coaches have spoken with their all-state, all-league and all-area teams. This is a chance for you, the fan and supporter of high…

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All-State Baseball Teams Announced

The top players in the state have been announced by the Kansas Association of Baseball Coaches. Each player selected on the first and second team had an outstanding year and these selections reflect the hard work and dedication these…

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Topeka Hayden wins 4A boys' golf team title

The Topeka Hayden Wildcat golf team was selected by the Kansas State High School Activities Association to host the 2014 Class 4A state golf tournament.

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Final baseball rankings released by KABC

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The majority of ranked teams in Kansas have shifted in the past two weeks. As every top-ranked team from two weeks ago still hold that distinction, that’s about the only point of familiarity.

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Andale track has strong showing in Abilene

The Andale High School Indian and Lady Indian track teams ventured north Friday afternoon to run, jump and throw in the Abilene Invitational.

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Track athletes get an early taste of glory at the Pre-State Challenge

The Shocker Pre-State Challenge is always a unique opportunity to gather some of the best athletes in the state, regardless of class and pit them against each other. With the level of competition on the track at Cessna Stadium that is…

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McPherson splits doubleheader softball trip to Andale

McPherson rolled into Andale and blasted the Indians in the first game of a softball doubleheader 12-2, and appeared to be on the way to an easy night. After losing Game 1, Andale was knocked back on its heels and fought back through the…

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AVCTL DIII & DIV Announce Boy's All-League Teams

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The Ark Valley Chisholm Trail includes four divisions. Division III and Division IV released its boy's All-League lists and below you will find the standout performers of the 2013-14 season.

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Eudora & Santa Fe Trail rule the court in first-ever 4A DII state tournament

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The first-ever 4A DII State Championship was held in Park City at Hartman Arena.

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State Basketball Brackets

State Basketball began on Wednesday with quarterfinal play, while state champions will be named on Saturday, March 15. Below are the brackets for every State Tournament. (Links available on desktop only. Please check the Catch It Kansas…

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4A Div. II Semifinals Wrap Up

Teams are one game away from immortality at the 4A Div. II state tournament. After a busy round of semifinals, there are only four teams left with a shot at a title.

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4A Boys Div. II State Basketball Quarterfinals Wrap Up

Hartman arena hosted its second batch of opening-round games on Thursday, where every single game saw the higher seeded team advance to the semifinals.

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Catch-All: Sub-State Boys Basketball

Many sub-state championship games are set for tomorrow while 5A tickets to state were punched. See if your team is still alive in the Friday Boys Basketball Catch-All.

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KBCA releases final rankings before the postseason

Sub-state tournaments begin on Monday night and before the do, the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association has released its final rankings of the year.

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Holton, Colby on top after day one in Salina

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The defending state champion Holton wildcats lead after day one of state wrestling with 85 points. Colby comes in second at 51.5 while Prairie View and Smoky Valley are tied for third.

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Sacred Heart boys, McPherson girls win Salina Regional bowling

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The Sacred Heart boys team won regionals for the second year in a row on their home alley.

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Catch-All: Boys Basketball Tuesday

It’s the final week of basketball before sub-state. Teams are looking to fine tune and secure postseason seeding. See how your team started the final week in the Boys Basketball Catch-All.

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Catch-All: Girls Basketball - Feb. 25

Sub-States a week away and it’s time for the ladies to put the final touches on their game. Anyone looking to find some rhythm will hope to get a couple wins this week.

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Augusta wins 4A Winfield Regional, sends 12 to state

The goal of regional wrestling is to survive and punch your ticket through to the state tournament. Well, if that’s the main objective, then Augusta passed with flying colors. The orange-and-black Orioles put through 12 different wrestlers…

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Catch-All: Boys Basketball - Feb. 21

Sub-state approaches, ever closer to bringing an end to the basketball season, and the goal, for now, is to find that ever-elusive rhythm to take your team far into the state tournament. Read on to find out who’s finding their rhythm.

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Catch-All: Girls Basketball Friday - Feb 21

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Tonight marks the last big Friday night for high school basketball before post season play begins. Next week, Friday night games will be split into two evenings, with half the games on Thursday and the other half on Friday. This, of…

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Catch-All: Girls Basketball Tuesday

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Tonight marks one of the last regular season Tuesday nights of the 2013-2014 basketball season. Girls teams are doing everything it takes to go into Sub-State play in a couple weeks with a chip on their shoulders.

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Catch-All: Boys Basketball Tuesday

Sub-state tournaments a lurking. The time to get into postseason form is almost over. See how your team started the week in the Boys Basketball Catch-All.

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Catch-All: Boys Basketball Friday - Feb 14

The season’s coming to a close in a few weeks and boys basketball teams had to grind out another game on their way toward postseason play.

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Catch-All: Girls Basketball Friday - Feb 14

It’s Valentine’s Day, but there wasn’t much love in the air in high school gyms around the area. As the regular season winds down, see how your team finished the week in the Friday Girls Basketball Catch-All.

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  • Hillsboro athletic director duties fall on Greg Brown after budget cuts

    Driving into Hillsboro on Ash Street, you are greeted by a gigantic welcome sign. It is full of add ons boasting high school athletic accomplishments throughout the years, and it is full. Any more additions and the sign posts will have to be extended to provide more room. It is clear from the time you enter the town how much the high school means, and how proud the citizens are of the kids they…

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  • Hillsboro athletic director duties fall on Greg Brown after budget cuts

    Driving into Hillsboro on Ash Street, you are greeted by a gigantic welcome sign. It is full of add ons boasting high school athletic accomplishments throughout the years, and it is full. Any more additions and the sign posts will have to be extended to provide more room. It is clear from the time you enter the town how much the high school means, and how proud the citizens are of the kids they…

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  • Hillsboro athletic director duties fall on Greg Brown after budget cuts

    Driving into Hillsboro on Ash Street, you are greeted by a gigantic welcome sign. It is full of add ons boasting high school athletic accomplishments throughout the years, and it is full. Any more additions and the sign posts will have to be extended to provide more room. It is clear from the time you enter the town how much the high school means, and how proud the citizens are of the kids they…

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  • Hillsboro athletic director duties fall on Greg Brown after budget cuts

    Driving into Hillsboro on Ash Street, you are greeted by a gigantic welcome sign. It is full of add ons boasting high school athletic accomplishments throughout the years, and it is full. Any more additions and the sign posts will have to be extended to provide more room. It is clear from the time you enter the town how much the high school means, and how proud the citizens are of the kids they…

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  • Hillsboro athletic director duties fall on Greg Brown after budget cuts

    Driving into Hillsboro on Ash Street, you are greeted by a gigantic welcome sign. It is full of add ons boasting high school athletic accomplishments throughout the years, and it is full. Any more additions and the sign posts will have to be extended to provide more room. It is clear from the time you enter the town how much the high school means, and how proud the citizens are of the kids they…

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