Sports

Royal Valley varsity softball pitcher Masey Lafferty (purple jersey No. 13) thows in a recent game.
  Holton varsity baseball pitcher Cody Mulroy (blue jersey No. 10) pitches in a recent game at Sabetha.
  Holton’s varsity baseball team played four games in three days recently but was unable to pick up a win, despite playing some pretty good ball. On Thursday, April 6, the Wildcats lost two Big Seven League games at Sabetha. The Wildcats lost by just one run, 9-8, in the first game. The second game...
  The Eckerd Tritons women’s basketball team at St. Petersburg, Fla., was ranked No. 17 nationally in the final NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Coaches Poll this season, it was reported. The Emporia State University women’s basketball team was ranked No. 8 in the nation and Pittsburg State...
  The Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award, the annual college basketball award in the United States intended to honor shorter-than-average players who excelled on the court despite their size, was discontinued following the 2013-14 season, it has been learned. And it doesn’t look like it’s coming back....
  The Holton Parks and Recreation spring soccer divisions have been reported. Teams and schedules have been released. The first weeked of games were scheduled for April 1 but were canceled due to weather.Since then rain has continued and fields have been off-limits for practices. Teams, coaches and...
  With three returning letterwinners, the Royal Valley High School golf team is looking to continue to develop during the spring season. “We had a very young team last season,” said coach Willie McClane. “Being one of the younger teams in the Big Seven League, the athletes gained a great amount of...
  In preparing for his 32nd year of coaching Holton High School’s varsity boys golf team, Don Swisher said he’s looking at a team that’s “somewhat experienced, but also somewhat inexperienced.” But Swisher noted that several of the 17 young men comprising the Wildcat golf team this year have...
  While many basketball fans spent the March 20-21 weekend glued to their TVs watching the NCAA tournament games, young athletes participating in a two-day “Basketball Skills Camp” at the Netawaka Fitness Center were learning how to emulate those college stars. Organizers of the camp were...
  The Jackson Heights Cobra track team is returning five of six state qualifying participants from last season. One of the five returning state track qualifiers is sophomore Faith Little who a season ago was the Kansas Class 2A state champion in both the 800-meter run and the 1,600-meter run. Cobra...

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