The first day of the KSHSAA State Golf Tournaments has ended.
The Onaga High School baseball team used its home field advantage last week to win the regional championship, earning a state berth.
The Lady Bears will head to the state tournament as a result winning the Regional Championship title.
Wabaunsee sophomore Payton Wurtz and St. Marys senior Josh Deiter led the local effort at the 2A Regional held Thursday at Valley Heights in Blue Rapids.
For the third time since COVID shut down spring sports in 2020, the Raider boys golf team has emerged as the Regional Champions, winning the tournament Monday in Holton to earn a trip to state.
Four area track and field teams competed at the Mid-East League Championship meet Friday at Riley Co.
KSHSAA has announced the regional softball and baseball seedings.
ADDED: The WHS baseball game at Chapman h as been postponed for today. A makeup date might be possible.
Rock Creek had another perfect week on the diamond, celebrating sweeps over Wabaunsee on Tuesday at the Rock, and Silver Lake on Thursday.
A lot of things went well for Rock Creek last week in their sweep of the Wabaunsee Chargers last Tuesday night. The Mustangs amassed seven home runs on the evening to dominate both games: 12-1 and 21-4.
St. Marys on Friday hosted the Ray Kovar Invitational Track meet with several area schools competing.
PHOTO GALLERY: A selection of pictures from the Rossville Invitational -- includes Rossville, St. Marys, Rock Creek, Wabaunsee.
In what might be a precursor of the Mid-East League Meet next month, the Rossville Bulldawg invitational held Friday featured four MEL schools.
Area basketball teams opened sub-state competition Tuesday night.
Area schools this week are vying for a slot at their respective state basketball tournaments. Sub-state action began last week for Onaga, and Monday for St. Marys, Rossville and Wabaunsee. However the majority of the games will take place after press time. Results can be found on the website…
Area schools sent their representatives last weekend’s 3-2-1A State Wrestling tournament in Hays. The wrestlers earned a spot in the contest by placing in the top four at their respective regional tournaments. Rossville qualified four wrestlers, St. Marys and Onaga each got two through, and …
Eight area athletes qualified for trips to the Girl’s 4-3-2-1A State Championship tournament held last Wednesday and Thursday at Tony’s Pizza Events Center in Salina.
The St. Marys Bears will open their 2A Sub-State Tournament at 7 p.m., Monday, on their home court.
Several area 3-2-1A wrestlers qualified for the state tournament as a result of their placements Saturday at the Sabetha regional.
Local high school girls wrestlers grappled for a shot at a state berth Saturday in Rossville at the KSSHAA 4-3-2-1A Regional Tournament.
Wamego and Wabaunsee sent their wrestling teams Saturday to the Marysville JayHusker 2023 tournament.
The Rock Creek girls basketball team heads into their winter break with a perfect 5-0 record, but it took a gut wrenching come-from-behind win over Wabaunsee Friday night to stay unblemished.
Rock Creek hosted Wabaunsee Friday night, for their last appearance on the court before heading into winter vacation. Thanks to a big second half push, the Mustangs were able to snag the win, moving to 3-2 as they head into the break.
Wamego hosted the Raider Classic Wrestling Tournament Saturday, with several area teams participating.
In 1A football action tonight, the St. Marys Bears downed St. Mary's Colgan 36-12 in Pittsburg to become Sectional champions and move on to the Sub-State game. Wabaunsee, on the other hand, fell to Conway Springs there 39-14, ending the Chargers' best season on record.
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.
Both the Lady Bears and the Lady Chargers dropped out of Saturday’s 2A Sub-State Volleyball Tournament held at St. Marys.
Mid East League Cross Country Meet -- includes Rock Creek, St. Marys, Rossville, Wabaunsee.
Four area teams have qualified for state as a result of cross country regionals and sub-state volleyball tournaments held this weekend.
The Kansas State High School Activities Association has announced the sub-state seedings for Classes 3-2-1A.
Wabaunsee’s Payton Wurtz continued her cross country dominance, bringing gold from last Thursday’s Mid-East League Championship Meet, held at Silver Lake.
Editor’s note: Watch for Homecoming festivities and game gallery updates later this weekend.
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.