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Kanzaland Area Wrestling Recap from Weekend -- Dec. 14-15
Plenty of action was on the mat over the weekend with area wrestling squads and many area teams performed well. Kaw Valley Duals Onaga Buffalos cont More >>
Peru State Tournament Monday and Tuesday
The 2012 Peru State College Holiday Basketball Tournament will be played Monday and Tuesday.  More >>
Centralia Falls to Rock Creek in Pair on the Hardwood
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Panther Hoops Sweep Hiawatha
In a double-header featuring four, 1st year head coaches all looking for their initial Big 7 League victory, Royal Valley swept Hiawatha at the Roundhouse Friday night.&nbs More >>
Santa Fe Trail Leaving Big 7 League
It's official.  Santa Fe Trail will be leaving the Big 7 League after four short years and is set to join the Pioneer League starting in the 2014-15 school year.  More >>
Holton Grapplers Take Dual Against Sabetha
Big Seven league foes Holton and Sabetha meet up on the mat last night and the action featured many area ranked wrestlers in the state. Wildcats came out on top on More >>
Hiawatha/Horton Wrestling Split at Home Dual
Hiawatha and Horton together played host to Silver Lake and Hayden in a double dual on the mats last night and walked away with a split in the action. The Redhawks More >>
Husker Women's Basketball on SUNNY Sunday Afternoon
The Nebraska women's basketball team closes non-conference road action, when the Huskers travel to Tampa to take on unbeaten South Florida More >>
Thursday Basketball Scores from Northwest Missouri
THURSDAY BASKETBALL SCORES BOYS St. Joe Christian    58     Moun More >>
KWCA Releases 2nd Official Rankings During Season -- Dec. 11th
Wrestling season is in full swing in the winter sports season and plenty of Kanzaland area wrestlers have been highlight things on the mat thus far this season. The Kansas More >>
Nemaha Valley & Sabetha Split League Showdown on the Hardwood
Girls -- Sabetha 33, Nemaha Valley 17 Boys -- Nemaha Valley 36, Sabetha 29 Girls It was cold shooti More >>
Holton Girls Win 100th Big 7 Game In a Row
Although two long winning streaks were snapped to start the season this year, the Holton girls continue to dominate the Big 7, and Tuesday night won their 100th consecutive More >>
D West Girls and Jackson Heights Boys Keep Winning
GIRLS  - Doniphan West 61, Jackson Heights 23 BOYS  -  Jackson Heights 56, Doniphan West 46More >>
KBCA Releases Latest Rankings --- Decemeber 10th
Basketball season is starting to get into the swing of things are some Kanzaland area teams are off to fast starts this season. The Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (K More >>
Nebraska All-State Football Teams Named in Omaha, Lincoln Papers
The Lincoln Journal-Star and Omaha World-Herald released their all-state football teams Sunday.More >>
Sabetha Wins Tri State Inv. Wrestling Meet HTRS Brings Home 4 Medals
Sabetha Tri-State Invitational: 1.) Sabetha – 200.0 2.) Wamego – 153.0 3.) Pleasant Ridge – More >>
Royal Valley Grapplers Take Second at Cougar Classic
Royal Valley Panthers continued their success on the mat over the weekend with a second place finish at the Cougar Classic hosted by Shawnee Mission Northwest on Saturday More >>
Troy and D West Basketball Split
GIRLS: Doniphan West 47 - Troy 25 BOYS: Troy 73 - Doniphan West 24 GIRLS: More >>
Holton Wrestlers Third at Clay Center Tourney
The Holton wrestling team placed third at the Clay Center Invitational on Saturday.  They only trailed 6A Schools Garden City (1st place) and Junction City (2nd p More >>
Sabetha Wrestling Wins Their Tri-State Invitational
The wrestling season has started to heat up with the action on the mats and Sabetha hosted their Tri-State Invitational Saturday with 10 other teams participating. More >>
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