TOPEKA (KSNT) – Parker Wildeman set the tone early for Seaman as the Vikings swept Emporia 10-0, 6-3 throughout the day. Meanwhile, at Humme…
Lauren Lane from Clay Center Community College is our Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group and Budget Blinds.
On Wednesday afternoon four Shawnee Heights basketball players signed their national letters of intent to continue their basketball careers …
Emporia State pitcher Eryn Stockman’s mother was able to walk with her on the field during a Senior Day ceremony less than four years after …
The Emporia State softball team won the first game of its doubleheader against Nebraska-Kearney on Saturday afternoon.
The RoadRunners won the first game of their weekend series against the MudBugs in overtime.
It was a busy afternoon of high school spring sports across northeast Kansas.
Kansas State women’s basketball head coach Jeff Mittie announced on Friday the departure of redshirt freshman forward Lanie Page.
The Sabetha Blue Jays played their first baseball and softball games in program history on Thursday afternoon against Holton.
Kayla Lane from Silver Lake High School is our Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group and Budget Blinds.
Topeka West and Washburn Rural tied with eight points in Wednesday afternoon’s quad at the Kossover Tennis Center.
Congratulations to Silver Lake’s Torey Burkhardt on signing her National Letter of Intent to play softball at Johnson County Community Colle…
Gary Woodland will play in The Masters just one week after he and his wife lost one of their unborn twins.
Ruth Fiander from Topeka High School is our Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group and Budget Blinds.
The high school baseball and softball seasons are officially underway on the Sunflower State.
Washburn Rural lost by three points to Olathe South in Thursday’s swim meet in Topeka.
Future Kansas Jayhawk Billy Preston scored 10 points in Wednesday night’s McDonald’s All-American game.
On Wednesday, Seaman girls basketball head coach Steve Alexander announced his retirement after 24 years with the Lady Vikings.