Royal Valley’s girls basketball team took second place at the Class 3A basketball tournament in Hutchinson on Saturday, making school history despite the loss to the number one seed Garden Plain, 49-39.
“While a lot people see us as a Cinderella success story, I really think behind that, we saw a...
Holton native and Emporia State University women’s basketball head coach Jory Collins, shown in the accompanying photo, is trading his ESU black and gold for the crimson and blue of the University of Kansas, it has been reported.
After eight seasons of leading the Lady Hornets to winning records,...
The Big 7 League has announced its All-League Girls and All-League Boys basketball selections, following a meeting of the coaches, it has been reported.
The All-League girls picks were as follows:
First Team All Big 7
Senior Shay Tanking, Holton (unanimous pick)
Senior Mariah Murdie, Jeff West (...
The Jackson Heights Middle School boys basketball teams posted the following records this season:
*A team - 9-5 overall, finishing fourth in the NEK League and fourth in the league tourney.
*B team - 9-2.
*C team - 8-1.
The A-team scores were as follows, according to coach Greg Nilges:
Kansas State associate head coach/special teams coordinator Sean Snyder was named the 2017 Special Teams Coach of the Year by Phil Steele.
It marks the second time Snyder has earned the distinction after doing so in 2015, a year he was also named the Special Teams Coordinator of the Year by...
In the first round of competition at the Class 3A girls state basketball tournament in Hutchinson tomorrow, the Royal Valley girls basketball team will face a familiar foe, the Nemaha Central Thunder.
Tomorrow’s 3 p.m. game between the Panthers and the Thunder at the Hutchinson Community College...
In the first game of the Class 4A-DII girls sub-state basketball tournament here Thursday night, Clay Center advanced by defeating Rock Creek, 50-21, and Marysville advanced by defeating Holton, 56-45.
The Marysville girls went on to win the sub-state by beating Clay Center, 44-41, on Saturday.
The Marysville boys beat Rock Creek-St. George here on Saturday 59-53 to win the Holton Class 4A-DII Sub-State basketball tournament and qualify for the state tournament.
Marysville’s Pieschl scored 26 points and his teammate Sparks added 14 to lead the Bulldogs to the tourney title.
The Holton girls will take a 15-5 overall record into the first round of the Class 4A, DII sub-state basketball tournament that will be played here in town starting Thursday.
Seeded No. 3 in the tourney, the Wildcats will play No. 2 seed Marysville (15-4 overall) in the 7:30 p.m. game Thursday.
The Holton junior varsity traveled to Burlington on Feb. 10 for a tournament. The Cats finished in 17th place at the tournament.
The team results were as follows:
Washburn Rural – 374
Spring Hill – 220
Burlington – 159
Chanute – 146
Paola – 127
Parsons – 114
Seaman – 112...