Holton head basketball coach Ryan Noel watches as his team competes at the sub-state basketball tournament at Jeff West High School on Mach 2.
  Jackson Heights Lady Cobras head basketball coach Dan Shupe reminded his team during last week’s Sub-State tournament in Valley Falls that winning the tour­nament was a “three-step process.” But after taking the first step on Feb. 28 with a win against Kansas City Christian, the Lady Cobras...
  Holton’s Lady Wildcats basketball team defeated the Jeff West Tigers during the regular season once in overtime on their home court and lost to the Lady Tigers once on theirs. Meeting for the third time this season, in the Class 4A-DII Sub-State Championship game, on the Lady Tigers’ home court,...
  The Kansas state wrestling tournaments were held this past weekend. Class 4A was held in Salina at the Bicentennial Center. Holton took six wrestlers to the tournament and one Wildcat placed in the top six. Holton as a team placed 23. Holton senior Tyler Price placed second overall in the state...
  The Royal Valley High School girls varsity basketball team came up short against Riley County in the opening round of the Class 3A sub-state basketball tournament Monday. The Lady Panthers fell 36-33 to the Falcons on the road in Riley County, and the loss ended their season at 7-14 overall. In...
  The Royal Valley High School boys basketball team spent most of Tuesday night playing catch-up during the first round of the Class 3A Sub-State tournament in Rossville. Despite narrowing the gap to just one possession during the last minute of the game, the Panthers came up short against the...
Holton senior Tyler Price goes face to face with his opponent Dacota Motter from El Dorado  in the championship match at the Class 4A state wrestling tournament this past weekend.
Panthers headed to state are, left to right, Dalton Ware, Brett House, Jacob Box and Blake Garrison.
Wildcat wrestlers headed to state are, front row, left to right, Taygen Fletcher, Kolby Roush and Cameron Smith. Back row, left to right, Tel Wittmer, Kyler Tannahill and Tyler Price.
  At Sabetha last night, in Big Seven League action, the Holton girls won but the Holton boys lost. The Holton boys dropped to 13-6 overall and 12-2 in the Big Seven League. The Wildcats are in second place in the league. Sabetha boys improved to 7-9 overall and 6-6 in the Big Seven. The Bluejays...


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