There will be tryouts for a fifth-grade boys baskeball team tonight at 6. This is a competitive traveling team that will play in weekend tournaments. This team is part of the Wildcat League in Manhattan. For more information, call Jeff Sturdy at (785) 313-3976.
Jason Gallagher recorded a hole-in-one during the Manhattan Christian College annual golf tournament on the 11th hole recently at Colbert Hills. Witnesses included Greg Wilson, Toby Marks, Tom Thaemert and Maurice Benson.
Steve Stockham recorded a hole-in-one at Colbert Hills on Tuesday, using a 9 iron from 141 yards out on the 11th hole. Young Lyoo witnessed the shot.
The Flint Hills Soccer Club (FHSC) Earthquakes won the 13-and-under gold division of the Sporting Kaw Valley Cup last weekend in Lawrence. The Earthquakes went 2-0-1 in pool play by beating the Wichita Rojos 2-0, tying the FHSC Scorpions 1-1 and winning 1-0 against
The Little Apple Soccer Club (LASC) Fusion won the 11-and-under girls gold division of the Sporting Kaw Valley Cup this past weekend in Lawrence. The Fusion went 3-0 in pool play, winning games 3-1, 2-0 and 4-1 against the Ottawa FC Strikers, Topeka Select Tornados
John Shelton recorded a hole-in-one on Thursday at Stagg Hill Golf Club. Shelton used a 6- iron on Hole No. 17 from 133 yardsout. It was witnessed by Don McReynolds, Jim Kralik and Bill Smith.
The 10-and-under Flint Hills Soccer Club’s Attack boys soccer team won its sixth consecutive tournament Sunday by claiming the Gold Division championship at The Tournament in the Woods in Raytown, Mo. The Attack opened with a 3-3 tie against Tamashi Futobol and then defeated
Daniel Harkin of Manhattan won the championship in the boys 12-and-under division at the Tulsa Outdoor Futures tennis tournament in Oklahoma this past weekend. Harkin defeated Demir Capan of Overland Park in the finals, 6-2, 6-4. Harkin knocked off Zachary Vaughn of Oklahoma 6-3, 6-0
The Flint Hills Christian School volleyball team was swept by Smoky Valley (17-25, 11-25) and Heritage (19-25, 16-25) on Monday.
Sitting at 11-under par, Case Cochran’s lead looked like it would be tough to run down going into the final day of the Colbert Charity Classic. But fighting through tough wind conditions and pin placement, the tournament’s top three slipped from the lead,
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