The Kansas City Royals were held to no runs on just three hits in Friday night’s loss against the Texas Rangers.
The summer baseball season is underway and the Mid-Plains League is getting into full swing with a busy Friday night of baseball.
Special Olympics athletes from Topeka made their way to Wichita for the annual state games.
The 2015 inductees for the Shawnee County sports hall of fame were announced on Friday morning.
Cleveland’s Brandon Moss hit his fourth home run against the Royals this year.
Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost announced the American League coaching staff for the MLB All-Star Game.
The Kansas City Royals recorded back-to-back-to-back RBI doubles in the 3rd inning to beat the Indians.
MLB replay officials apologized to the Kansas City Royals for an error during Tuesday’s game.
Cleveland’s Jason Kipnis scored the game-winning run in the 8th inning for the Indians.
The Hayden Wildcats earned a run-rule victory at the Class 4A Div. I state championship in Salina.
The Rock Creek Mustangs won the Class 4A Division II state championship with a shutout of Concordia.
Silver Lake softball earned its third-straight Class 3A state championship behind Megan Deiter’s no-hitter.
Jeff West captured the Class 4A Div. II state championship on a walk-off hit in the bottom of the 8th.
The Kansas City Royals lost the finale in their series against the Chicago Cubs on Sunday afternoon.
Jeff West, Rock Creek, and Silver Lake softball will all play for state championships on Monday morning.
After rain postponed the Class 4A DI and 4A DII state baseball tournament, they resumed on Sunday afternoon in Salina and Topeka.
Jimmy Johnson won on a familiar track, Dover International Speedway, on Sunday afternoon.
Hayden won the Class 4-1A girls soccer state championship on Saturday afternoon, Washburn Rural finished second in Class 6A.