2023 All-League 1st Team
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All three of the local athletes who qualified for Kansas State Track and Field found some level of success over the weekend in Wichita.
Three local high school athletes made the trip to Kansas State Track and Field over the weekend in Wichita. Find their final results from state in the next Atchison Globe edition.
Atchison girls soccer captured the program’s first ever Regional Championship on May 19 with a 2-1 win over Maranatha Christian Academy and advanced to the first round of state.
A pair of mistake-plagued innings led to Atchison’s successful softball season coming to a close May 17 in the first round of regionals 14-6 to Iola at Benedictine Softball Field.
Despite finding tremendous success in the regular season, a disastrous first inning against Paola spoiled Atchison’s hopes of winning regionals and reaching the 4A State Baseball Tournament on May 16 at Olsen Stadium.
Atchison baseball has seen nothing short of dominant success on the diamond in a majority of games this season so far.
Atchison softball is having its best start to a season in recent years with a 12-3 record and a number of contributing newcomers on both the roster and coaching staff.
Atchison girls soccer has gotten off to the program’s best start in recent memory under first-year head coach Andrew Gerlach with a 7-0 start and only allowing one goal at this point in the season.
Several local coaches and players will be competing in the 37th Northeast Kansas High School All-Star Weekend Sunday at Highland Community College.
Andrew Gerlach has long had a love for the game of soccer and will finally be able to that to do the high school level of the sport with the Atchison girls’ soccer team in 2023.
Charles Harris has coached multiple sports during his 27 years of coaching and will take the Atchison High School softball team into 2023 as their head coach after being an assistant for several years.
Atchison High School baseball goes into the 2023 season with a majority of the team intact and hoping to break ground in areas that were obstacles last season.
Atchison High School basketball’s chance at a State Championship came to an end March 8 in the first round of 4A State Basketball in a 88-70 loss to Bishop Miege in Salina.
Atchison High School drew a certainly formidable opponent for the first round of 4A State Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the two-time defending champions, Bishop Miege.
For the first time in eight seasons, Atchison boys basketball is headed back to the Kansas State Basketball Tournament.
Atchison High School basketball put on display the caliber of team they are this season in their blowout 81-48 home win over Coffeyville-Field Kindley Tuesday night.
Atchison Senior Madisyn Wells qualified for the 5-1A State Tournament with a series of 448 at Crown Lanes in Leavenworth. The state tournament will be held March 2 at North Rock Lanes in Wichita.
Atchison boys basketball earned its tenth victory by double digits Tuesday night with a 76-40 win over Wyandotte.
Atchison girls basketball kept up its successful run this season with a 56-24 win over Wyandotte Tuesday night.
After one of the most successful seasons in recent years, Atchison football has three players signed on to play at the next level in the fall.
Atchison High school grabbed the first place spot in their home tournament Saturday with ten teams in attendance at the George Worley Invitational.
For the second straight season, Atchison County Community High School girls’ basketball defeated Atchison in the first round of a mid-season tournament.
After coming up short in the Thunder Classic Championship game at Nemaha Central a year ago Atchison basketball was plenty motivated for redemption.
Atchison basketball is headed back to the Thunder Classic Championship game at Nemaha Central High School on Thursday night after a 55-43 win over St. Marys.
There were a few standout stories and headlines from the 2022 athletic year in the Atchison area from Benedictine Lacrosse making history to high school athletes taking home a state title.
Atchison football has a history of standout running backs, and Jesse Greenly has certainly put his name into that pantheon of names from the program.
Atchison high school basketball entered the season with its whole roster back and lofty expectations.
Atchison basketball improved to 2-0 on the season after handily defeating Tonganoxie 66-40 Tuesday night.
First Team Offense QB Cameron Johnson — Sumner
Post-Season Volleyball Awards and Recognition
First Team Isaac Navejar — J.C. Harmon
Atchison football fought tooth and nail against St. James Academy before the dame ultimately broke in the second half giving way to a 42-17 defeat last Thursday night at Amelia Earhart Stadium that ended the Phoenix’s at 9-1 in the second round of the postseason.
Atchison junior Chris Tschauder certainly didn’t have the smoothest race on his way to a 52nd finish at 4A State Cross Country Saturday at Wamego Country Club.
Atchison football defeated Fort Scott in the first round of the 4A playoffs last season 14-6 thanks to a defensive stop in the closing minutes, no such stop was needed in the rematch last Friday night.
Jesse Greenly put together a performance last Friday night that is hard to call anything but awe-inspiring.
Atchison high school football rolled through another Kansas City-Atchison league opponent last Friday night with a 63-14 victory over Schlagle.
Atchison football had next to no issues against Harmon last Friday on way to a 72-0 road win.
Atchison football improved to 2-0 on the season last Friday night with a 47-20 win over Sumner Academy thanks in large part to a four-touchdown performance from senior running back Jesse Greenly.
Atchison Head Coach Craig Hanzel is entering his second season with the Atchison boys soccer team with hopes to keep building and bettering the program.
Despite having a new head coach in Ashley Funk, the Atchison volleyball program had an impressive 52 girls out for the sport in the first season of a new era.
Despite an incredibly sloppy first half of special teams, Atchison was able to endure and gain a 31-24 victory over Ottawa last Friday night at Amelia Earhart Stadium.
After an impressive 8-1 season, Atchison football will have the challenge of replacing one of the most crucial units on the field with four of its five starting offensive linemen for the 2022 season.
After being led by Liz Harris for the past 20 seasons Atchison volleyball will have a new Head Coach in Ashley Funk.
Atchison softball had one of it’s better seasons in recent memory under Head Coach Jennifer Felvus in her first season with the program.
Atchison soccer had a number of selections for KCA All-League and Kansas All-State.
All State honors were recently revealed for the baseball season with four local players earning honors.
Another slow start in the playoffs resulted in Atchison baseball’s season ending 10-0 against Louisburg Tuesday at Atchison High School.
Atchison senior Katy Harris will be taking the next step in her athletic career as she is signed on to play volleyball at Highland Community College.
Atchison baseball continued its hot streak with a 10-0 win over Wyandotte at home Thursday.