Holton senior no. 22 AJ Haussler (White jersey) Punts the ball after a 3 and out against rival Hayden recently.
In the recent game at Hayden Hight School the Holton Wildcats varsity defense (white jerseys) swarms in to bring down a Hayden ball carrier. No. 22 AJ Haussler makes the first hit on the Hayden player. Other Wildcats include no. 26 Jackson Martin, no. 58 Kyler Tannahill and no. 6 Parker Gilliland.
Holton junior Regan Baum spikes the ball in the sub-state matchup with Marysville recently.
Holton senior Maleah Price serves the ball in the sub-state volleyball tournament held recently in Holton.
Although the Holton High School varsity volleyball team didn’t advance to the semi-finals at the Class 4A-DII state tournament this past weekend in Salina, the team did end its season with a win against Frontenac.
The Lady Wildcats were 1-2 during pool play Friday as they fell to Burlington and...
Royal Valley sophomore runner Nue Tinajero took 52nd at the Class 3A state cross country meet Saturday, while teammate Katie Hanshaw, a senior, took 59th in the girls race.
Tinajero posted a time of 18:22:18 on the course at Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence. Junior Jack Thomas of Scott Community took...
Class 3A Regional Cross Country at Riley County
Girls – 66 runners
Elizabeth Kettler, Hiawatha, 20:13.35.
Hattie Lukert, Sabetha, 21:22.01.
Katherine Madsen, Hiawatha, 21:22.07.
Baylee Wolfe, McLouth, 21:40.27.
Mary Rosa, Hiawatha, 21:54.77.
Megan Meyer, Sabetha, 22:01.19....
Jackson Heights cross-country head coach Brad Alley noted that last Saturday’s regional Class 2A regional meet at Leonardville was packed with highly competitive teams and runners, but was proud that three of his own were able to run their way to a shot at the state meet this weekend.
After claiming a solid three-set victory over host team Burlingame in the opening round of Saturday’s Class 2A substate volleyball tournament, the Jackson Heights High School varsity volleyball team saw its substate run cut short by Northeast Kansas League foe Jefferson County North, a team...
Royal Valley’s varsity volleyball fell in the second round of a Class 3A sub-state competition in Mission Valley on Saturday.
The Lady Panthers were seeded fourth in the eight-team tournament and fell to the Silver Lake Lady Eagles, who won the tournament and will compete at the state volleyball...