The Hiawatha Red Hawk football team will have a different look in 2020. Coach Michael Downard returns for year two, but some key names from recent years have graduated, leaving room for the next wave.
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The Horton Chargers are hoping another season of change will bring a spark, as David Losey takes over for his first year as head coach of the program. A pair of winless seasons have been rough, but a new coach and some fresh faces may be the shakeup the team needs.
As local schools prepare for getting kids back in the classroom and the start of fall sports, schedules are rapidly changing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Atchison High School was left a little in the dark on the upcoming fall sports season after the Kansas City, Kansas school board voted Tuesday by a 5-2 to suspend all involvement in sports this fall in the hopes to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Maryanna Randall, a 2020 graduate of Horton H.S. in Horton, has committed to play volleyball and women’s basketball for Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville, IA.
Not long before the 2020 NFL draft was over, Horton native Trey Dishon knew he was going to have a shot at making a team.
Horton’s own Trey Dishon has been proving the doubters wrong for a number of years now.
The Hiawatha cross country squad visited Sabetha for their Class 3A Regional meet on Saturday. After a strong season, both the boys and girls teams were favorites to make this Saturday’s State meet, and both teams cashed in with second place finishes to qualify for the big meet.
TROY, Kan. –– Both the Troy Trojans and the Jackson Heights’ Cobras scored touchdowns on their second possession of the game.
It was not a happy homecoming, at least not for the Red Hawk football team on Friday, they hosted the undefeated defending State-champion Sabetha Bluejays and were handed a lopsided 49-7 loss.
The Red Hawks got payback for last year’s road 36-13 win at Jeff West on Friday night, as the Tigers stormed the Hiawatha field to come away with a 25-7 win.
You could reliably expect the unexpected on Friday night, as Hiawatha travelled to Seneca to take on Nemaha Central. The game was dominated more by the slick football than either team, as the teams combined for seven turnovers in each half, but the Thunder found a rhythm in the second half, …
EASTON — On a field that was almost impossibly muddy, the Troy Trojans rode an opportunistic defense and a handful of big plays to an 18-0 victory over the Pleasant Ridge Rams Friday night in Easton.
It’s still July, but the high school fall sports season is creeping around the corner.
Classifications are going to look a little different this year for some local high school football teams.
Troy High School had two jumpers competing Saturday at the state meet in Wichita.
Two of the three 1A competitors from local schools competed on Friday at the state track and field meet.
Three local schools competed in the Rock Hills 1A regional track and field meet Thursday.
Area softball teams took to the road for regional play on Monday and Tuesday.
The 2-1A Kansas City Christian baseball regional was not kind to two Doniphan County teams.
Softball and baseball regional play begins next week and the seedings were determined this week.
Thursday turned out to be the day the Atchison High School baseball team exercised some demons against the Trojans of Troy.
The Atchison High School and Pleasant Ridge softball teams set a state record on Tuesday.
Riverbend International School competed at the ACCHS track invitational on Tuesday.
The Doniphan West Mustangs baseball team picked up a sweep of their cross-county rivals, the Troy Trojans, on Thursday.
This year’s track and field regional sites have been set by the Kansas State High School Activities Association.
The Kansas State High School Activities Association announced high school baseball and softball regionals Monday afternoon.
The Riverbend International School competed in its first track meet of the season on Tuesday at Riverside High School.
The Atchison Globe Top-10 basketball team is made up of five girls and five boys who excelled on the high school basketball court this past season.
HORTON – The third time wasn’t a charm for the Maur Hill-Mount Academy girls’ basketball team Friday night.
HORTON — While one of Thursday’s semifinals games in the 3A boys’ Horton sub-state was a snoozer, the nightcap was a thriller to the final seconds.
The Troy and Doniphan West girls’ and boys’ basketball teams open started the Frankfort 1A DI sub-state this week.
Doniphan West’s Zeb Speer and Pleasant Ridge’s Trevor Ragland medaled at Saturday’s 3-2-1A wrestling state tournament in Hays.
HAYS — Three area wrestlers took part in the 3-2-1A state wrestling tournament Friday at Gross Memorial Coliseum.
Three area wrestlers will take part in the 3-2-1A state wrestling tournament in Hays.
The pairings for the 1A Division I sub-state in Frankfort have been set.
The brackets are set for the 3A basketball sub-state hosted by Horton next week.
Saturday was decision day in the world of Kansas high school wrestling.
Pleasant Ridge and Doniphan West wrestlers competed in the 3-2-1A wrestling regional hosted by Silver Lake on Friday.
Riverbend International School’s Drucilla Longbrake was perfect at Burlingame on Friday.