Buhler High’s Alex Keller knew Thursday’s weather conditions made it a cruel game of staying warm while trying to stay mentally focused. A 20 mph north wind mixed with spotty rain, created nightmarish conditions at the Nickerson Track…
Two familiar foes will meet in McPherson for the sub-state finals, Abilene and McPherson. The Cowboys handed the Bullpups their third loss of the season last year in the semi-finals, stopping them short of state.
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.
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…
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.
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.
Basketball season settled into a little more normal rhythm after the weather caused chaos all over the state last week. However, there was still plenty of wild action inside gyms in Kansas. See if your team survived a crazy night in the…
The winter weather kept just about every team from playing on Tuesday, so Friday presented the only basketball action before the weekend. Below is a list of some girl's basketball scores from Friday night.
It really doesn’t get any tougher than the sub-state staring Moundridge in the eye. Sterling, Remington, Hillsboro, and the Wildcats themselves are all ranked, and all but one of these teams will knock each other out of contention for the…
Tonight set up the final day for girls tournament week. We now know who will be facing off in the battle for the tournament crowns around the state. Click the links below to view coverage from Friday night.
It’s never a good thing when your keeper is your busiest player on the pitch. Great Bend sophomore Emily Ibarra came up with 13 saves against Dodge City but that was not nearly enough as the Red Demons blasted the Panthers 8-0. The win was welcome for a team looking to find itself.
The Larned boys golf team had never competed at the Kingman Invitational Golf Tournament before Tuesday afternoon. And while unfamiliarity with the Kingman Country Club course did play a factor in individual scores, it did little to prevent the Indians from walking away with the team title.
Great Bend and Hays have healthy numbers and athletes out for this year’s swim season. For the host Panthers on Thursday, that translated into a 133-point win against the Indians (257-124). Campus was second heading into the final event but finished third with 112 points. More importantly, Great Bend qualified for state in seven more events in just its second meet of the season.
The entire list of teams for the North Central Activities Association 2014 spring season have now begun their seasons with the NCAA golf teams beginning their seasons this past week at different tournaments in the area.