The Rock Creek football team, under the direction of head coach Shane Sieben, continues to shatter records as it advances through the postseason.
Silence cuts through the Rock Creek student section as the volleyball passes over the net, falling to the floor with a dull “thud”. Cheering erupts from the student section, while the Paola Panthers dive desperately to catch the final point.
Both the Wamego High School boys and girls cross country teams qualified for state as a result of their Saturday regional finishes, with the boys winning and the girls taking third.
Rock Creek’s football team continues to rack up accomplishments, as the Mustangs finished their regular season schedule Friday night with a win over district opponent, Concordia.
Rock Creek head football coach Shane Sieben celebrated the first senior class to spend all four years under his tutelage, as his Mustangs picked apart the Clay Center Tigers at the Rock Friday night.
Jaydon Winans had his best game as a Mustang Friday night, as Rock Creek remained unbeaten in district play by grounding the Red Hawks of Hiawatha, 70-20, in road football action.
Full results from the Wamego JV Invitational Track Meet held Tuesday, April 6. An article featuring the top five placers from each event appears in the April 15 edition of The Times.
Wamego's girls, Rock Creek's boys, and both Wabaunsee teams have all joined an exclusive club this year – the Elite Eight of high school basketball.