The Kansas Shrine Bowl Board of Directors has announced head coaches for the 41st Kansas Shrine Bowl all-star football game in 2014. McLouth High School’s Chris Stewart will lead the East squad, and for the West squad, Steve Martin from Wichita Northwest High School. The
The Manhattan Christian College volleyball team came away with a pair of victories over the weekend to win the Midwest Christian College tournament in Belton, Mo. MCC defeated Calvary Bible College 25-10, 25-14, 25-20 and then handled Ozark Christian College 25-23, 25-20, 23-25, 25-23 All-Conference
The Wamego Red Raider cross country teams competed in the Bonner Springs Class 4A regional on Saturday, with their boys’ team taking the team title, while the girls’ team will be represented by Allison Seufert, who took 12th overall in a time of 16:27.92. The boys
The Riley County Falcons traveled to Sabetha for their Class 3A cross country regional on Saturday, as the boys’ team took first overall to send the entire team, while the girls’ squad put two runners in the top 10 to send them to this weekend’s
Jacy Johnston (8th, 17:18) was the lone state qualifier for the Mustangs from the Sabetha cross country regional on Saturday. For the boys’ team, Ryan Schneider (18th, 18:03.00) and Tyler Banta (22nd, 18:19.00) came close to a state berth, but fell outside the top 10 and were not among
The Frankfort Wildcats won the Class 1A Lincoln regional on Saturday, finishing with 30 points as a team. Wetmore finished in second with 39. Adam Koch won the race in a time of 17:37.97, with Keith Huddleston (8th, 19:53.17), Noah Suther (10th, 20:00.35) and Alex Roeder (11th, 20:18.79) making up the
FLUSH — Both teams can find several occurrences where the game could have been won or lost, but it was Nemaha Valley that escaped Rock Creek with a final sigh of relief. The Raiders outlasted the Mustangs 19-18 Friday night. “That stings… we had our opportunities,”
In Hoyt, Wamego beat Royal Valley 28-12 in the team’s second district game, giving them the opportunity to reach the playoffs in a winner-take-all scenario next week against Hayden. Royal Valley (0-8) struck first for a 6-0 lead, but Wamego (7-1) answered quickly, getting
In Marysville, the Riley County Falcons (3-5) won in a rout against the Bulldogs (0-8), setting up a showdown between the Falcons and Rock Creek next week for the runner-up spot in District 2, with Nemaha Valley likely to beat the Bulldogs in its regular-season finale.
In Blue Rapids, the Jackson Heights Cobras (7-1) led 24-6 at halftime and added two touchdowns in each of the final two quarters to beat the Mustangs (3-5). Derek Trimble finished the night with 88 yards and Valley Heights’ only touchdown, while Cole Maddox had 72 yards.
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