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Emily Wood faces tough situation at All-Star game

Emily Wood Shaelyn Martin

Emily Wood didn’t really know what to feel.

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What we're watching at the KBCA All-Star games

Salina Central's Emily Wood

The Kansas basketball All-Stars are busy this weekend.

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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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Where are They Now: Former Salina Central RB Jake Sharp

The high-school career of former Salina Central running back Jake Sharp can be described in one simple word, legendary.

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Concussion education paramount at former KU RB Jake Sharp's Performance Football Camp

Concussions have been a big discussion topic amongst the football community for some time now. And with the scrutiny of concussion based lawsuits bludgeoning the sport, the Sharp Performance Football Camp is focused on preventing…

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Mustangs repeat in 5A team and doubles, Ark City freshman wins singles

It was a repeat team champion but first-time singles and doubles winners in the Class 5A State Tennis Tournament at Kossover Tennis Courts.

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Rain postpones final rounds at 5A tennis

Salina Central Tennis

The first day of state tennis is all about jockeying for position. Trying to make the cut so you can compete on the second day. That’s because when Day 1 is finished, the 12 singles players and 12 doubles teams left standing are assured…

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State Tennis Championships

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With the early winter storm on Friday, state tennis faced a dismal word. Postponement.

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Final tennis rankings released

Blake Hunter of Topeka Hayden

As the boys’ tennis season comes to a close this coming weekend, teams have settled into their ranks. There is one change from last week in all four classes.

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Salina Central tennis wins home tournament for the third straight year

The Salina Central tennis team had a different look today. Head coach Mike Goll made a number of changes, reassigning his doubles and singles players. However, the outcome was very familiar for the Mustangs. The team won the Salina…

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Salina Central sophomore soars to new heights

Salina Central sophomore Halie Turner didn’t start pole-vaulting until last year, as a freshman, but that’s not holding her back. She has the best height in the state right now at 11 feet 6in. It was a personal record she set early on in…

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Salina South, Central meet in baseball and softball

Salina Central and Salina South baseball split their double header on Tuesday, South winning the first game 12-8 and Central winning the second 3-0.

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Blue Valley West takes first at John Markham Spring Classic

Blue Valley West took first place in the John Markhal Spring Classic in Goddard on an extremely windy Saturday.

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Salina Central tennis gears up after state win

You don’t have to wait very long at a Mustang tennis practice to hear a laugh or see a smile.

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Tennis Rankings: March 24

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The second round of boy's tennis rankings was released today. Andover Central finds themselves ranked fifth in Class 4A after not being ranked last week.

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Preseason Boys Tennis Rankings Released

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The first set of boy's tennis rankings was released. Wichita Collegiate won the 4A state title last season, and with the success the Spartans find themselves ranked first in 321A.

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Leavenworth's girls, Lansing's boys win in 5A

5A State Championship story - Fisher ROT

It was a clean sweep for Northeast Kansas in the Class 5A state basketball finals at the Kansas Expocentre.

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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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Defending 5A girls champ Aquinas falls, other top seeds advance easily

5A Girls Quarterfinals Wrap - Fisher ROT

This year’s girls Class 5A state field is without an unbeaten. Making up for that is a plethora of once- and twice-beaten teams. The top two seeds, Leavenworth and Salina Central, were both 21-1. Seeds three through five are, in order,…

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Three of top four seeds advance in first-round boys 5A action

5A Day One Wrap Up ROT

Quarterfinal matchups on opening day looked exciting, as six of the eight teams were ranked by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association. With a pair of undefeated teams – Lansing and Hays -- and two once-beaten squads -- Eisenhower and…

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Salina Central Seniors' chemistry helps build winning season

High school basketball is a four-year program, but most kids only play varsity for two or three years. They develop chemistry quickly with the other athletes on the team. The Salina Central seniors, Madi Calgren, Emily Wood, MacKenzie…

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McPherson, Salina Central send two squads to state

The Roundhouse in McPherson is filled to the brim with tradition, from the sea of fans dressed in red and white to the state championship banners proudly hung from the rafters. Taking tradition to the extreme, on Saturday night most of…

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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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Salina Central stuns Andover at buzzer in OT

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Four years of frustration have ended for Salina Central.

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Salina Central boys beat South for fourth time this season

About this time last year, a sea of green and gold danced on the Mustang's home court as a last-second three propelled Salina South into the state tournament.  This year, however, the fans dressed maroon were on the hardwood at the end of…

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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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