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321A State Wrestling 2nd Round – Marysville

106 pounds – Josh Goepfert defeated Colton Stalford of Caney Valley 10-2

138 pounds – James Landoll pinned Timmy Miller of Riverside

145 pounds – Eddie Creek defeated Chance Bloomer of Onaga 7-2

160 pounds – Jesse Nelson lost to Eric Albers of Oakley 4-2

321A State Wrestling 1st Round Results – Marysville

106 pounds – Josh Goepfert defeated Logan Bowen of Atchison County 7-5

132 pounds – Tyler Rockwell lost to Brogan Humphrey of Fredonia 16-1

138 pounds – James Landol defeated Rian Lahey of Erie 14-1

145 pounds – Eddie Creek pins Seph Iman of Elkhart

160 pounds – Jesse Nelson pins Chad Aberle of Sabetha

Sub-State Tournament Brackets Set For Area Teams

The high school basketball regular season is coming to a close, and the post-season is around the corner. Sub-State basketball tournament brackets are being released and we will post them here as we get them.

1A Division I

  • Centralia High School
    Blue Rapids-Valley Heights, Centralia, Hanover, Linn, Randolph-Blue Valley, Wakefield.
  • Clifton-Clyde High School
    Clyde-Clifton-Clyde, Downs-Lakeside, Mankato-Rock Hills, Southern Cloud (Glasco/Miltonvale), Scandia-Pike Valley, Sylvan Lucas Unified.

1A Division II


  • Ell Saline High School
    Belleville-Republic County, Bennington, Brookville-Ell Saline, Ellsworth, Lincoln, Solomon, Smith Center, Washington-Washington County.
  • Onaga High School
    Highland-Doniphan West, Holton-Jackson Heights, Leavenworth-Immaculata, Onaga, Oskaloosa, Troy, Valley Falls, Winchester-Jefferson County North.


  • Sabetha High School
    Atchison-Maur Hill-Mount Academy, Easton-Pleasant Ridge, Effingham-Atchison County Community, Horton, Marysville, Sabetha, Seneca-Nemaha Valley, Wathena-Riverside.

LIVE State Wrestling Coverage on AM 1570/FM 94.1

For the first time in the 55 year history of KNDY, we will be providing LIVE play by play coverage of every Marysville High School Wrestling Match at the 3-2-1A State Wrestling Championships at Gross Memorial Coliseum at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan.

Broadcasts will be available on Classic Country KNDY AM 1570/FM 94.1 and world-wide via the internet. To listen online please click the “Listen Live” button to the right.

Coverage will begin sometime after 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 23. Marysville wrestlers will be in the following classes:

106 – Josh Goeffert
132 – Tyler Rockwell
138 – James Landoll
145 – Eddie Creek
160 – Jesse Nelson

Brackets, as well as live results, will be posted to the official 3-2-1 Wrestling website. That website is located at http://www.321wrestling.org.

For continuing coverage of the 3-2-1A State Wrestling Championships, please visit our Dierking Communications, Inc. sister-station Classic Hits KQNK AM 1530/FM 106.7 in Norton. You can listen online at http://www.kqnk.com.

Stadium Repair Fund Reaches $97,400

The committee also talked with Christy Davis of Davis Preservation, Topeka, about applying for tax credits and a grant through the Kansas State Historical Society.  Davis said the stadium and school are eligible to be listed on the national and state registers of historic places. If the stadium and school are added to the registers, the stadium restoration group can apply for tax credits and heritage grant monies.

The group asked Restoration and Waterproofing Contractors Inc. of Kansas City to prepare an estimate for the repairs needed.  The company said they would clean 7,400 square feet of limestone, repair mortar joints and missing mortar and missing stone.  Install 2,200 square feet of veneer and seal caps.  Drains would also be installed to prevent water pooling.

Several large donations or pledges have helped to jumpstart the fund drive.  United Bank & Trust and Citizens State Bank have made a combined pledge of $25,000.  The Restoration committee also reported the Landoll Corporation and the Guise-Weber Foundations/Helvering Trust have pledged an additional $37,500 to the project.

Members of any class can follow the project at facebook.com/homerhansonstadium. A website went live recently at marysvillestadiumrestoration.org.

Donations need to be earmarked for the restoration project, which has its own fund. Donations should be sent to the Board of Education office, 211 S. 10th, Marysville, 66508.

Alumni who do not receive a letter asking for donations can contact Julie Haggard, [email protected] or 785-799-3586.

Marysville Sends 5 Wrestlers To 3-2-1A State in Hays



Hoisington 1661/2, Smith Center 159, Marysville 1371/2, Beloit 110, SE of Saline 931/2, Minneapolis 881/2, Lyons 861/2, Russell 781/2, Riley County 711/2, Republic County 66, Lincoln 39, Stafford 29, Sacred Heart 27, Rock Hills 26, Thunder Ridge 251/2, Ellsworth 22, Bennington 151/2, Fairfield 15, Sylvan-Lucas 14, St. John’s Military 3, Osborne 0.


106 — 1. Lowell, Rep; 2. Goepfert, Marys; 3. Frieling, SC; 4. Nienke, Ells. 113 — 1. Schottler, Lyons; 2. Rogers, SC; 3. Wessling, Bel; 4. Baldwin, Russ. 120 — 1. Ball, Hois; 2. Arnold, Lyons; 3. Conn, Bel; 4. Weller, SES. 126 — 1. Knight, S ES; 2. Havenstein, Riley; 3. Krause, Russ; 4. Eckert, Minn. 132 — 1. Watts, Bel; 2. Kuder, Minn; 3. Boatman, Riley; 4. Rockwell, Marys. 138 — 1. Landoll, Marys; 2. Trahan, Minn; 3. Sanders, Hois; 4. Fischer, SC. 145 — 1. Creek, Marys; 2. Demel, Hois; 3. Behymer, Bel; 4. Weiss, Russ. 152 — 1. Clarke, Lyons; 2. Pickel, SC; 3. Ussrey, Linc; 4. Manka, Hois. 160 — 1. Wuthnow, SH; 2. Nelsen, Marys; 3. Lott, Minn; 4. Walker, Russ. 170 — 1. Cosand, RH; 2. Brazzle, Riley; 3. Frazier, SC; 4. Hanzlick, Hois. 182 — 1. Long, SES; 2. Hellerud, Hois; 3. Atwood, SC; 4. Dyke, Rep. 195 — 1. McDowell, SC; 2. Janousek, Hois; 3. Brazzle, Riley; 4. Hershberger, Staff. 220 — 1. Bahia, Rep; 2. Batt, Hois; 3. Coomes, TR; 4. Serviss, Fair. 285 — 1. English, Bel; 2. Besher, SES; 3. Moore, Hois; 4. Berger, SL.


106 Josh Goeffert 2nd

132 Tyler Rockwell 4th

138 James Landoll 1st

145 Eddie Creek 1st (Wrestler of the Year)

160 Jesse Nelson 2nd

All five advance to State Wrestling Tournament in Hays Thursday and Friday

Kansas & Kansas State Football Schedules Announced

The Big 12 Conference has announced the 2012-2013 conference schedule, and listed below are the schedules for both Kansas and Kansas State. Game times and dates are subject to change.

Date Opponent / Event Location Time / Result
09/01/12 vs. South Dakota St. Lawrence, Kan. TBA
09/08/12 vs. Rice Lawrence, Kan. TBA
09/15/12 vs. TCU Lawrence, Kan. TBA
09/22/12 at Northern Illinois DeKalb, Ill. TBA
10/06/12 at Kansas State Manhattan, Kan. TBA
10/13/12 vs. Oklahoma State Lawrence, Kan. TBA
10/20/12 at Oklahoma Norman, Okla. TBA
10/27/12 vs. Texas Lawrence, Kan. TBA
11/03/12 at Baylor Waco, Texas TBA
11/10/12 at Texas Tech Lubbock, Texas TBA
11/17/12 vs. Iowa State Lawrence, Kan. TBA
12/01/12 at West Virginia Morgantown, W.Va. TBA


 9/01 – Missouri State
 9/08 – Miami (FL)
 9/15 – North Texas
 9/22 – at Oklahoma *
 9/29 OPEN
 10/06 – KANSAS *
 10/13 – at Iowa State *
 10/20 – at West Virginia *
 10/27 – Texas Tech *
 11/03 – Oklahoma State *
 11/10 – at TCU *
 11/17 – at Baylor *
 11/24 OPEN
 12/1 – Texas *

Kansas Volleyball Hall of Fame Established

Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association is establishing the KVA Hall of Fame this year in order to honor and recognize the outstanding individuals who helped organize, shape, transform, advance, coach, officiate, and play the sport of high school volleyball in Kansas after 41 seasons of competition. There have been many outstanding players, teams, coaches, officials, and administrators who have left an indelible mark on the sport and it is those people the KVA would like to honor.

The inaugural class will be inducted this summer in conjunction with the KVA All-Star Match. Nomination forms and additional information can be found on the KVA web site at www.kansasvolleyballassociation.org.

Purchase advanced KSHSAA 3-2-1A State Wrestling Tickets

Fort Hays State Athletic Department would like to give your school and fans the opportunity to purchase advanced KSHSAA 3-2-1A State Wrestling Tickets for both Thursday, February 23 and Friday, February 24. Tickets are on sale now until Tuesday, February 21 at 4:30 p.m. These tickets can be purchased online through the link provided below or by telephone.  Fans could also go to http://www.fhsuathletics.com, and click on tickets. We are doing this for the convenience of the fans as well as trying to minimize lines at the door. For questions please call the FHSU Athletic Department, 785-628-4050.
To purchase tickets please go to:

Area High School Basketball Scores – Feb. 7

North Central Kansas League – Boys
Abilene 82, Augusta 29
Chapman 41, Wamego 39 OT
Concordia 63, Riley County 44
Republic County 56, Clay Center 45
Rock Creek 56, Marysville 46

North Central Kansas League – Girls
Abilene 44, Augusta 23
Republic County 62, Clay Center 30
Riley County 67, Concordia 28
Rock Creek 48, Marysville 44
Wamego 62, Chapman 24

Twin Valley League – Boys
Bishop Seabury Academy 64, Wetmore 42
Centralia 64, Washington County 33
Clifton-Clyde 45, Blue Valley 35
Falls City Sacred Heart, NE 59, Bern 51
Frankfort 54, Valley Heights 49
Hanover 67, Linn 62
Onaga 50, Baileyville B&B 46
Pawnee City, NE 61, Axtell 37

Twin Valley League – Girls
Baileyville B&B 38, Onaga 23
Blue Valley 45, Clifton-Clyde 18
Falls City Sacred Heart, NE 73, Bern 25
Frankfort 44, Valley Heights 31
Hanover 49, Linn 42
Pawnee City, NE 39, Axtell 33
Washington County 44, Centralia 37
Wetmore 62, Bishop Seabury Academy 37

Nebraska Area Schools – Boys
Diller-Odell 47, College View 26
Pawnee City 61, Axtell, KS 37

Nebraska Area Schools – Girls
Diller-Odell 40, College View 35
Pawnee City 39, Axtell, KS 33
Southern 43, Lewiston 40