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NCKL All-League Wrestling Team Announced

The North Central Kansas League has announced their 2014-2015 All-League Wrestling Team.

106 lbs 1st Team Zach Strait-Concordia

HM Dylan Bloom-Wamego

HM Trevor Casteel-Abilene

113 lbs 1st Team Logan McDowell-Abilene

HM Chaz Brandhorst-Clay Center

HM Gunner Rairden-Concordia

120 lbs 1st Team Cody Wuthnow-Abilene

HM Peyton Lane-Clay Center

HM Cole Sutterfield-Chapman

HM Reece Warren-Wamego

126 lbs 1st Team Chris Deters-Marysville

HM Zane Baugh-Abilene

132 lbs 1st Team Caysen Smith-Abilene

HM Cameron Miller-Concordia

HM Alec Pierson-Wamego

HM Skylar Widmer-Marysville

138 lbs 1st Team Dalton Carley-Wamego

HM Trey Hoerner-Abilene

HM Brett Lemon-Chapman

145 lbs 1st Team Hunter Mullin-Clay Center

HM Felix Strauss-Abilene

HM Jacob Stryker-Marysville

152 lbs 1st Team Seth Strauss-Abilene

HM Nathan Nelson-Chapman

HM Thomas Rickley-Clay Center

HM Jacob Mintzmeyer-Marysville

160 lbs 1st Team Gabe Ware-Clay Center

HM Hunter Cragg-Wamego

170 lbs 1st Team Josh Nelson-Marysville

HM Ryan Tiers-Clay Center

HM Jarret Woofter-Abilene

182 lbs 1st Team Trey Bender-Abilene

HM Nick Ackerman-Marysville

195 lbs 1st Team Jacob Stoneberger-Chapman

HM Jaron Christiensen-Abilene

HM Caleb Voglesberg-Marysville

220 lbs 1st Team Blaise Lehman-Abilene

HM Evan Standlea-Clay Center

285 lbs 1st Team Kasey Feyh-Wamego

HM Andy Tope-Abilene

HM Jason Zook-Chapman

HM Scott Kleinert-Marysville

NCK High School All-Stars To Play Volleyball, Basketball Games

(CONCORDIA, KS) — Senior athletes from across North Central Kansas will be showcasing their volleyball and basketball talents in the 2015 NCK All-Star volleyball match and basketball games.

The 2015 NCK All-Star Event will be held in Arley A. Bryant Gymnasium on the Concordia campus of Cloud County Community College. The volleyball match will be played Saturday, March 28 at 3 p.m. The basketball games will be played Sunday, March 29. The girl’s game tips off at 2 p.m. and the boy’s game will start at 3:30 p.m. Ticket prices for the games are $5 for adults and $3 for K-12 students.

Athletes playing on the 2015 All-Star Volleyball teams include:

Coaches: Cathy Foote, Wamego HS and Laramie Jueneman, Washington County HS
Athletes: Mandy Michaelis, Wabaunsee HS; Jacy Martin, Southern Cloud-Glasco HS; Macy Franson, Clay Center Community HS; Jera Metro, Concordia HS; Macey Dieckmann, Clay Center Community HS; True Mussetter, Wamego HS; MacKenzie Edmundson, Clay Center Community HS; Lorren Williams, Clay Center Community HS; Madeline Vontz, Wamego HS; Chloe Cudney, Marysville HS; Drew Mann, Smith Center HS; Kynedi Allison, Minneapolis HS; Shaylyn Krone, Beloit HS; Kylie McKinney, Minneapolis HS; Hannah Puetz, Southeast of Saline HS; Britt Widrig, Beloit HS; Lesley Stensaas, Pike Valley HS; Cassidy Coggins, Valley Heights HS; Erin Alexander, Washington HS; Taylor Powell, Washington HS; Kesiah Thalmann, Linn HS

Athletes playing on the 2015 Girls’ All-Star Basketball teams include:

Coaches: Dallas Cox, Beloit HS and Michael Wahlmeier, Concordia HS
Athletes: Britt Widrig, Beloit HS; Drew Mann, Smith Center HS; Tristen Leiszler, Concordia HS; Marysa Bradshaw, Salina Central HS; Bailey Driver, Salina Central HS; Kaci Isaacson, Salina South HS; Emilee Holloway, Salina South HS; Cassidy Coggins, Valley Heights HS; Sidney Blackburn, Valley Heights HS; Erin Alexander, Washington County HS; Ramona Weber, Hanover HS; Jaci Swart, Nemaha Central HS; Kaley Broeckelman, Beloit HS; Shaylyn Krone, Beloit HS; Macy Franson, Clay Center Community HS; Macey Dieckmann, Clay Center Community HS; MacKenzie Edmundson, Clay Center Community HS; Cara Flach, Wabaunsee HS; Lorren Williams, Clay Center Community HS; Shelby Makovec, Centre HS; Kennedy McKernan, Nemaha Central HS; Alison Palen, Beloit HS; Jacy Martin, Southern Cloud-Glasco HS; Connor Davis, Ellsworth HS

Athletes playing on the 2015 Boys’ All-Star Basketball teams include:

Coaches: Tim Dolloff, Bennington HS and Doug Finch, Salina Central HS
Athletes: Jace Coppoc, Concordia HS; Chase Streeter, Concordia HS; Trey Dubbert, St. John’s-Beloit HS; Deon Lyle, Norton HS; Jordan McNelly, Salina Central HS; Jacob Dickey, Jefferson West HS; Casey Jensen, Pike Valley HS; Peyton Reeves, Pike Valley HS; Gabriel McGregor, Pike Valley HS; Justin Wiltfong, Stockton HS; Jaden Williams, Stockton HS; Mason Buckmaster, Smith Center HS; Andrew Seifert, Clifton-Clyde HS; Trey Tanking, Holton HS; Garrett Beecher, Holton HS; Abe Elder, Nemaha Central HS; Josh Macy, Minneapolis HS; John Kelly, Minneapolis HS; Josh Fief, Bennington HS; Dylan Bretton, Thunder Ridge HS

NCKL All-League Girls Basketball Teams Announced

The North Central Kansas League announced today their selections for the 2014-2015 All-League Girls Basketball Teams.

1st Team
Cara Donley – Abilene
Belle Barbieri – Abilene
Macey Langvardt – Chapman
Jessie Heiman – Chapman
Macey Dieckmann – Clay Center
Macy Franson – Clay Center
Tristen Leiszler – Concordia
Jordan Eshbaugh – Concordia
Lanie Page – Wamego
Caitlyn Claussen – Wamego

Honorable Mention
McKenzie Funston – Abilene
Olivia Gassman – Abilene
Lindsey Hurford – Chapman
Lorren Williams – Clay Center
Cydney Bergmann – Concordia
Claire Cudney – Marysville
Ally Kort – Marysville

NCKL All-League Boys Basketball Teams Announced

The North Central Kansas League announced today their selections for the 2014-2015 All-League Basketball Teams.

1st Team:
Cooper Holmes – Concordia
Ryan Wilson – Abilene
Eli Miller – Wamego
Dillon Blain – Wamego
Brennan Harris – Chapman
Eric Harms – Abilene
Zach Pieschl – Marysville
Kyler Alderson – Wamego
Harley Hazlett – Abilene
Lane Liby – Clay Center

Honorable Mention
Tanner Hoekman – Abilene
Ian Nordell – Concordia
Broderick Stohs – Marysville
Ethan Bechard – Concordia
Andrew Schwarting – Abilene

Big 12 Conference Reprimands Kansas State University

In accordance with the Big 12 Conference Principles and Standards of Sportsmanship, Commissioner Bob Bowlsby has issued a public reprimand of Kansas State University for its handling of postgame protocol at the conclusion of the men’s basketball contest against the University of Kansas on Monday, February 23.

“I am grateful for the immediate and professional engagement of the leadership at Kansas State University regarding the game management issues experienced after the game,” said Bowlsby. “Having stated that, the interaction of spectators with players, coaches, and staff members was inappropriate and unacceptable. The Kansas State Department of Athletics has a written event management policy which was unsuccessful in ensuring the safety and security of both game participants and spectators. Revisions to policies and procedures must guarantee that no future incidents occur.

“The Big 12 Conference does not currently have a policy prohibiting spectators entering playing areas of our contests,” Bowlsby continued. “We also do not have policies governing foul language and inappropriate chants within our venues. I have asked that discussions on both of these topics be placed on the agendas for the next meetings of the ADs and of the CEOs. In the meantime, all conference institutions are reminded to reassess game management procedures in order to effectively and uniformly ensure the integrity of our contests, the security of the student-athletes and coaches, and the safety of the spectators. Maintenance of a sportslike environment around our contests is among the most important responsibilities shared by our members and enforced by the conference office. The events following the KU vs. K-State game should be a call to action for all of us.”

Sub-State Basketball Tournament Brackets Announced

The Kansas State High School Activities Association today released brackets for the 2015 Sub-State Tournaments.

CLASS 3A SUB-STATES
(March 2-7)

Anthony/Harper-Chaparral High School Cody Liebelt, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Anthony-Harper-Chaparral, Cheney, Cimarron, Garden Plain, Haven, Kingman, Kismet-Southwestern Heights, Lakin

Beloit High SchoolCasey Syfert, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Beloit, Ellsworth, Hoisington, Minneapolis, Norton Community, Phillipsburg, Russell, Scott Community

Douglass High SchoolJason Menard, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Belle Plaine, Conway Springs, Douglass, Leon-Bluestem, Sedgwick, Whitewater-Remington, Wichita-Collegiate, Wichita-The Independent

Galena High SchoolBeau Sarwinski, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Arma-Northeast, Caney-Caney Valley, Cherokee-Southeast, Cherryvale, Fredonia/Longton Elk Valley, Galena, Neodesha, Riverton

Hesston High SchoolClint Stoppel, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Gypsum-Southeast of Saline, Halstead, Hesston, Hillsboro, Hutchinson-Trinity Catholic, Lyons, Marion, Sterling

Humboldt High SchoolStephanie Splechter, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Burlington, Erie, Eureka, Humboldt, Mound City-Jayhawk Linn, Pomona-West Franklin, Richmond-Central Heights, Wellsville

Rossville High SchoolDerek Dick, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Council Grove, Easton-Pleasant Ridge, Osage City, Oskaloosa, Riley County, Rossville, St. Marys, Silver Lake

Sabetha High SchoolScott Burger, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Atchison-Maur Hill-Mount Academy, Effingham-Atchison County Community, Hiawatha, Horton, Marysville, Sabetha, Seneca-Nemaha Central, Wathena-Riverside

 

CLASS 2A SUB-STATES
(March 2-7)

Claflin-Central Plains High SchoolPat Stiles/Toby Holmes, Managers [Boys] [Girls]
Brookville-Ell Saline, Canton-Galva, Claflin-Central Plains, Ellinwood, Lincoln, Little River, Plainville, Smith Center

Herington High SchoolPhil Berndt, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Allen-Northern Heights, Burlingame, Cottonwood Falls-Chase County, Eskridge-Mission Valley, Herington, Lyndon, Madison/Hamilton, Olpe

Hill City High SchoolAlan Stein, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Atwood-Rawlins County, Ellis, Hill City, Leoti-Wichita County, Ness City, Oakley, Oberlin-Decatur Community, WaKeeney-Trego Community

Inman High SchoolRuss Goering, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Coldwater-South Central, Elbing-Berean Academy, Greensburg-Kiowa County, Inman, Medicine Lodge, Moundridge, Peabody- Burns, St. John-Hudson

Oswego High SchoolNeal Cruse, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Howard-West Elk, Oswego, Oxford, Pittsburg-St. Marys Colgan, Sedan, Udall, Uniontown, Yates Center

Spearville High SchoolMatt Fowler, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Elkhart, Johnson-Stanton County, Kinsley, Meade, Montezuma-South Gray, Spearville, Sublette, Syracuse

Valley FallsRod Bunde, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Holton-Jackson Heights, Lawrence-Bishop Seabury, McLouth, Olathe-Heritage Christian, Prairie Village-Kansas City Christian, Shawnee-Maranatha Academy, Troy, Valley Falls, Winchester-Jefferson County North

Wakefield High SchoolRich Steppe, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Belleville-Republic County, Bennington, Onaga, Salina-Sacred Heart, Solomon, Wabaunsee, Wakefield, Washington County

 

CLASS 1A – DIV. I SUB-STATES
(March 2-7)

Clyde-Clifton Clyde High School Corey Reese, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Clyde-Clifton Clyde, Downs-Lakeside, Hanover, Kensington-Thunder Ridge, Mankato-Rock Hills, Osborne

Dighton High SchoolMark Penka, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Dighton, Ingalls, Jetmore-Hodgeman County, Minneola, Satanta

Frankfort High SchoolBruce Gunter, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Blue Rapids-Valley Heights, Centralia, Frankfort, Highland-Doniphan West, Leavenworth-Immaculata

Pleasanton High SchoolRay Streeter, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Hartford, Lebo, LeRoy-Southern Coffey County, Melvern-Marais Des Cygnes Valley, Pleasanton, Waverly

Pratt-Skyline High SchoolAndrew Nation, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
La Crosse, Langdon-Fairfield, Macksville, Otis-Bison, Pratt-Skyline

Quinter High SchoolJohn Crist, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Hoxie, Quinter, St. Francis, Stockton, Victoria

Rosalia-Flinthills High SchoolBret Howard, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Burrton, Goessel, Lost Springs-Centre, Pretty Prairie, Rosalia-Flinthills, Rural Vista (Hope/White City)

St. Paul High SchoolMark Terlip, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Burden-Central, Chetopa, Dexter/Cedar Vale, Moran-Marmaton Valley, St. Paul, South Haven

 

CLASS 1A – DIV. II SUB-STATES
(March 2-7)

Argonia High SchoolAaron Dewlen/Bob Almanza, Managers [Boys] [Girls]
Argonia, Buffalo-Altoona Midway, Caldwell, Colony-Crest, Norwich

Ashland High SchoolJason Endicott, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Ashland, Attica, Bucklin, Cunningham, Kiowa-South Barber, Stafford

Fowler High SchoolMark Cook Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Deerfield, Fowler, Moscow, Rolla, Rozel-Pawnee Heights

Logan @ Phillipsburg High SchoolPaul Prewo, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Almena-Northern Valley, Beloit-St. Johns/Tipton, Logan, Natoma, Scandia-Pike Valley

Randolph-Blue Valley High SchoolBridgett Henry, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Axtell, Junction City-St. Xavier, Linn, Randolph-Blue Valley, Southern Cloud (Miltonvale/Glasco), Wetmore

Ransom-Western Plains High SchoolPat Flax, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Grainfield-Wheatland/Grinnell, Healy, Palco, Ransom-Western Plains, Rexford-Golden Plains

Sharon Springs-Wallace County High SchoolLarry O’Connor, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Bird City-Cheylin, Brewster/Winona-Triplains, Sharon Springs-Wallace County, Tribune-Greeley County, Weskan

Sylvan Grove-Sylvan-Lucas Unified High SchoolCody Flinn, Manager [Boys] [Girls]
Chase, Hutchinson-Central Christian, McPherson-Elyria Christian, Sylvan Grove-Sylvan-Lucas Unified, Tescott, Wilson

K-State Spring Game Is Heading To Sporting Park In Kansas City

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas City, here come the Wildcats!

With construction of the new Vanier Football Complex presenting logistical and safety issues for both the K-State football team and fans to hold the annual spring football game at Bill Snyder Family Stadium, Athletics Director John Currie announced today that the 2015 Purple/White Spring Game and surrounding activities will be held Saturday, April 25, in Kansas City’s Sporting Park, the award-winning facility and home of Sporting Kansas City.

Currie said Sporting Park was the most reasonable and creative solution for K-State to play its spring game while construction continues at Bill Snyder Family Stadium and will allow the Wildcats, fans and the entire University community a unique opportunity to enjoy one of the most state-of-the-art sporting facilities in the country in addition to a day full of festive entertainment and activities. In addition to the game, the day will be filled with numerous activities for fans and families of all ages including pre-game hospitality opportunities, interactive games for children and appearances from Willie Wildcat, K-State cheerleaders and also the Pride of Wildcat Land Marching Band.

“Kansas City is a crucial part to President Schulz’s K-State 2025 vision of advancing the university into the ranks of the nation’s Top 50 public research universities, and when we first discussed the potential of moving our spring game away from Bill Snyder Family Stadium due to safety concerns, the first place that came to mind was Kansas City and Sporting Park,” Currie said. “It will present a great opportunity for us to bring Kansas State University to the KC area, and we look forward to having a packed house on April 25 and have our fans Paint Kansas City Purple.”

In order to move the contest to an outside venue and be permitted to host prospective student-athletes, the department received a one-time waiver from the NCAA due to the ongoing construction at Bill Snyder Family Stadium and safety concerns.

The game will kick off at 3 p.m. on April 25.

“We are excited about the opportunity to host a spring reunion of the Wildcat family in the greater Kansas City metro region,” said K-State President Kirk Schulz. “We’ll be rolling out the purple welcome mat for our many alumni, fans and friends. This is a great chance to showcase the university in one of the most dynamic and exciting districts in the region.”

Tickets for the game, which go on sale to Ahearn Fund members February 23 and to the general public on March 2, range from $5-$175 with multiple seating locations and options available. Seats in the South Stand and Member’s Stand can be purchased for $10 ($5 for K-State students or groups of 20 or more), while East and West Stand options are available for $15 and $25 each, as well as a 4-pack ticket option for just $50. Shield Club tickets are $50 each and provide access to the connecting lounge with a la carte premium food and beverage options, while Field Club seats range from $150-$175 and provide pre-game club access including complimentary food and beverage service throughout the game. Details regarding pre-game hospitality options for Ahearn Fund members will be emailed in the coming weeks.

Other suite availability and access to the Boulevard Club is available for Ahearn Fund Members, who are asked to contact the Ahearn Fund at 888.232.9074 by February 23 to receive more details and be placed on the suite waiting list.

Approximately 6,000 complimentary parking spaces are available and are located at several lots in The KC Legends area, including Kansas Speedway and CommunityAmerica Ballpark. Lots will open at 12 p.m., and tailgating is permitted with the exception of the Nebraska Furniture Mart and Cabela’s (Lot D) lots.

“It will be a great experience for our team to go play in a first-class venue like Sporting Park,” said offensive lineman Cody Whitehair. “We have the best fans in the country, and I know I speak for the entire team when I say we are looking forward to a stadium packed full of purple on April 25.”

K-State Athletics and the Ahearn Fund also announced that the 31st Annual Powercat Auction will be held on the traditional night before the spring game, Friday, April 24, with the location remaining inside Bramlage Coliseum on the K-State campus. Invitations will be sent to Ahearn Fund members in the coming weeks and will include an option to purchase round-trip tickets on charter buses to Sporting Park for the spring football game and surrounding events the following day.

For complete ticket information on the spring game, visit www.k-statesports.com or call 800.221.CATS. The festival atmosphere in Kansas City surrounding the spring game will include numerous department and university-wide activities for families and fans of all ages. More details will be announced in the coming weeks.

KSHSAA Announces Change In Class 1A Division II State Basketball Tournament

TOPEKA, Kan. – As postseason basketball approaches, the KSHSAA and Fort Hays State University have mutually agreed to relocate this year’s Class 1A Division II state basketball tournament from FHSU to the United Wireless Arena in Dodge City. The state tournament dates remain as scheduled March 11 – 14, 2015.

The Fort Hays State University women’s basketball team has positioned itself to potentially host an NCAA regional tournament March 13, 14 and 16, which would significantly conflict with the state high school tournament. By mutual agreement of FHSU and the KSHSAA, the state tournament will be hosted in Dodge City by the United Wireless Arena and the Dodge City Sports Commission.

“Whether or not Fort Hays State succeeds in winning the right to host an NCAA regional, the state tournament will remain in Dodge City this year,” said KSHSAA Executive Director, Gary Musselman. “The logistics and lead time in staging a successful state tournament necessitate a decision which is in the best interest of Fort Hays State University and the member schools of the KSHSAA, be made now. Better to relocate our tournament than move to a secondary site gym for the semi-finals and finals of our state tournament on Friday and Saturday,” said Musselman.

The Dodge City Sports Commission will be working to provide a positive experience for all participants. The 3,600 seat capacity United Wireless Arena is home to the Dodge City Law arena football team and recently hosted the 72nd annual Dodge City Tournament of Champions featuring high school basketball teams from across the state. United Wireless Arena also hosts the SPAA-Iroquois league basketball tournament.

United Wireless Arena Website

The schedule will be as follows:

Wednesday, March 11, 2015 Girls Quarterfinal games at 3:00 pm, 4:45 pm, 6:30 pm, & 8:15 pm

Thursday, March 12, 2015 Boys Quarterfinal games at 3:00 pm, 4:45 pm, 6:30 pm, 8:15 pm

Friday, March 13, 2015 Semifinal games

Girls at 3:00 pm and 6:30 pm

Boys at 4:45 pm and 8:15 pm

Saturday, March 14, 2015 Consolation and State Championship games

12:00 p.m. – 3rd Place Girls Game

2:00 p.m. – 3rd Place Boys Game

4:00 p.m. – Girls Championship Game

6:15 p.m. – Boys Championship Game

Hiawatha Invitational Tournament Update – Jan. 29th

Classic Country AM 1570/FM 94.1 KNDY will continue coverage of the Marysville Lady Bulldogs as they compete in the 2015 Hiawatha Girls Invitational Tournament. The Lady Bulldogs will next face Falls City at 1 PM on Saturday, January 31st. Listen Live on KNDY XTRA.

SCOREBOARD – JAN. 29TH
Hiawatha 48, Falls City 25
Nemaha Central 60, Marysville 47
Jackson Heights 52, Riverside 39
Horton 40, Rock Creek 35