Sports

  The regional cross country sites and teams have been announced and are scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 21. They include: 4A – Lansing HS (Wyandotte County Park) Girls – 10:45 a.m. Boys – 12:15 p.m. Atchison, Baldwin, Basehor-Linwood, Bonner Springs, Eudora, Holton, Kansas City-Bishop Ward, Kansas...
  The Holton Wildcats showed why they are one of the top Big Seven League football teams at Meriden recently by blanking the Jeff West Tigers 27-0. The Wildcats improved to 4-2 in the Big Seven with the win and 5-2 overall. Meanwhile, the Tigers dropped to 1-5 in the Big Seven and 2-5 overall. More...
  It’s sub-state volleyball tournament time in the state of Kansas. High school volleyball teams from across the state will be competing at tournaments scheduled for this Saturday that will determine which ones will qualify for the state volleyball tournaments set for the following weekend on Oct....
  “Right now, you’re looking at one of the big games of the week in the state.” Those were the words of Jackson Heights High School Cobras head football coach Caleb Wick about the Cobras’ upcoming district match with Valley Heights, set for 7 p.m. Friday at home. Wick foresees a fierce battle of...
  In its final Big Seven League match-up of the season, the Holton varsity volleyball team swept Hiawatha on the road. With the wins, the Lady Wildcats ended their season 11-5 in the league. They will compete Saturday at an invitational in Sabetha. The Lady Wildcats dominated both matches, winning...
Holton cross country runner Mason Chaney runs the course at the Holton cross country meet recently.
Holton head coach Brooks Barta talks to his players coming off the field during the Sabetha game recently.
The Jackson Heights Cobra varsity team swarms the Oskaloosa running back in a recent game.
Royal Valley freshman Ivy Fink (purple jersey) spikes the ball while Holton sophomore Paige Crouch and Holton junior Josie Marriott (both blue jerseys) try to block the spike.
  In their first game of the 2017 season, the Jackson Heights High School varsity volleyball team lost to the Oskaloosa Bears — a defeat that Head Coach Denise Visocsky said was “irritating” to the Lady Cobras. That is, until the Cobras and the Bears met again on Tuesday. “We let that first one...

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