The Hesston Golf Park was more like a bog for the Class 3A state golf tournament, but that did not dampen the spirits of area golfers Tuesday.
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Heading into the Class 3A state baseball tournament, the Lakin Broncs are about as ready as they can be.
While Syracuse High boys golf coach Rick Mathias had mixed feelings about his Bulldogs’ third-place finish at Tuesday’s Class 2A state golf championship, there was no doubt he was realistic enough to know that no matter what his team did, it wasn’t going to bring home a state title.
All season long, the Class 6A golf teams in Kansas have been chasing Topeka-Washburn Rural’s talented and deep six-man team.
Due to heavy rains in central Kansas Monday morning, the Class 4A state boys golf championship has been postponed to Wednesday.
For more than two decades, Syracuse High School golf coach Rick Mathias has built one of the most successful boys programs in western Kansas.
Garden City High School’s boys golf team has enjoyed one of its best seasons in more than a decade during the 2015 spring campaign, and Tuesday will provide the curtain call for this edition of the Buffs.
HOLCOMB — They might not wear capes with a big “S” on their chests, but Ulysses’ all-purpose track star Ian Rudzik and Hugoton distance ace Issac Castro might well have gone into the phone booth and put the Superman outfit on.
After making the trip to Lyons on Tuesday and forced home due to a rain delay, the Lakin Broncs made the most of their return trip on Thursday.
HUTCHINSON — There was good news and not so good news from the Class 6A regional track meet for the Garden City Buffaloes boys and girls teams here on Thursday.
Going to the greater Wichita area for the Class 6A postseason playoffs, or any location in central or eastern Kansas for that matter, always presents great challenges for the Garden City Lady Buffaloes soccer team.
Nearly a year ago to the day on Thursday, the Garden City Lady Buffaloes softball team was trailing Hutchinson 6-4 in the sixth inning, six outs away from elimination at the Class 6A regional tournament.
Nobody, but nobody, was going to keep Megan Martinez from keeping her senior soccer season alive on Wednesday at Buffalo Stadium.
Just three weeks earlier, midway through the 2015 spring baseball season, the Syracuse Bulldogs traveled to Moscow to face a Wildcat team that had dominated its opponents en route to a 12-0 record.
As encouraging as the start was for the Garden City High School baseball team, that’s just how devastating the ending was.
Mother Nature has once again wreaked havoc with spring sports across the state of Kansas and the southwest section of the state didn’t get spared on Tuesday.
SYRACUSE — They play for each other.
DODGE CITY — If Garden City High School boys golf coach Walker Frey had been told that Maize High’s golfers would finish first, fourth and fifth individually, in all likelihood he would have thought the Eagles would come out as the winners of Monday’s Class 6A regional golf championship at D…
Pairings for Class 6A regional girls soccer, baseball and softball for Garden City High School teams were announced Saturday morning by the Kansas State High School Activities Association.
SUBLETTE — By the time the wind stopped blowing in Sublette on Friday, the team titles for the Hi-Plains League track and field meet had already been determined.
For the past two weeks, Garden City High School sophomore pitcher Abbie Dart has been knocking on the door of the Lady Buffs’ single-game strikeout record set by former all-stater Katie Ford.
DODGE CITY — Over the past several track seasons, there was little drama about who was going to win either the girls or boys divisions at the 31st Western Athletic Conference track and field championships.
Tuesday turned into “Terrific Tuesday” for three Garden City High School spring sports teams, as the boys golf team and girls soccer team clinched Western Athletic Conference titles at regular-season ending competitions, while the Lady Buffs’ softball team swept Hays High (see related story)…
Just one week after sweeping rival Dodge City to claim the Western Athletic Conference title, the Garden City Buffaloes boys tennis team struggled in hosting the Class 6A regional tennis tournament on Monday at the GCHS tennis complex.
Three Garden City High School teams competed on Saturday, with one coming away victorious while the other two absorbed losses.