Sports

UNIONTOWN — Marmaton Valley High’s golden girls came through with a league title Thursday. The Wildcat girls track team featured four-time gold medalist Janae Granere and two-time winner Piper Barney en route to winning the…

LA CYGNE — Iola High’s  golf contended with narrow fairways, unforgiving rough and lots of hazards Thursday at the Pioneer League Invitational, hosted by Prairie View High School. Xander Sellman led his team with a…

COLONY — Defensive shortcomings for a short-handed Crest High softball squad led to big troubles Thursday, who dropped 21-3 and 21-0 decisions to visiting Jayhawk-Linn to wrap up the regular season. The Lady Lancers, playing…

EUREKA — Humboldt High’s Drew Wilhite added to his trophy case by winning gold in the 400-meter dash Thursday at the Pioneer League Track Meet. He added a silver in the high jump and bronze…

COLBY — Clint Stoy had a hunch it would be tough to come back in their Region VI playoff series against Colby. One day after dropping a 14-13 slugfest that ended with a Colby walk-off…

UNIONTOWN —  A three-run rally in the fifth gave Marmaton Valley High’s softball team a lift Thursday at rival Uniontown. But the host Eagles responded with three of their own in the bottom of the…

Hayden Hermreck is following his parents’ footsteps as he moves on to Ottawa University. Hermreck, a 2019 Crest High graduate now completing his time at Allen Community College, signed a letter of intent this week…

HUMBOLDT — Levi McGowen has found the perfect fit, academically and athletically, to continue his schooling. The Humboldt High senior signed a letter of intent this week to take part in track and field for…

ERIE — Athletes from the Iola and the Allen County Special Olympics teams were at a track meet May 6 at Erie High School. Results for the Iola Special Olympics team. Kobear Smith, first in…

COLBY — Allen Community College’s hopes of an extended playoff run took a big hit Wednesday. A painful, heartbreaking hit. After rallying to force extra innings, then forging ahead by a run in the top…