The Flint Hills Christian School’s track and field teams finished its 2016 season Saturday at the Veritas Christian School Invitational, hosted by Eudora High School. The season was full of highlights for the Warriors, including 75 personal bests and eight new school records between the junior
Rick Patton of Wamego High School is a finalist for the 2016 Brooks Inspiring Coach of the Year Award. The annual, multinational award recognizes a running coach who goes above and beyond to inspire their team members to push themselves to new heights while creating a
K-State football coach Bill Snyder Friday will share his wisdom with departing K-State veterinary students at their graduation. Snyder will serve as the commencement speaker for the College of Veterinary Medicine in McCain Auditorium at 3:30 p.m. Other Friday events include Army and Air Force
The Rock Creek baseball team won a pair of run-rule shortened games against St. Marys on Monday, beating the Bears 12-2 in the opener before pulling out a 17-7 win in the nightcap. In Game 1, Rock Creek scored five runs in the second inning and
The Rock Creek softball team was swept in its final two games of the regular season on Tuesday, dropping a pair of games to Rossville, 2-1 and 12-0. The first game was a battle for both teams to move runners in a low-scoring affair. Rossville
The middle school track season came to a close as the eight-team Centennial Middle League track and field meet was held at Seaman Middle School on Thursday. The Tornadoes had four teams competing in their respective divisions. The eighth-grade boys taking first place as a
In a single game played on Monday, Rock Creek won, 4-3, by way of a walk-off two-run home run by Winter Henry in the bottom of the ninth inning against St. Marys. The second game was called because of lightning in the area. The Bears
The Rock Creek baseball team completed a sweep of Silver Lake on Thursday, winning the first game 5-0 and finishing off the nightcap with a 7-6 win over the Eagles in eight innings. In Game 1, Rock Creek’s Connor Greening and Caleb Rogge put together
The bats were busy at Rock Creek on Thursday, and when the dust cleared, Rock Creek had a 10-9 win over Silver Lake as part of a split with the Eagles. The teams combined for 23 hits in the opening game, including eight extra-base hits. The
The Rock Creek JV softball team finished its season and took second place in a tournament in Holton over the weekend, going 2-1 on Saturday. The Mustangs opened with Hiawatha and after a 3-3 first inning, Rock Creek broke it open to win, 15-6.
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