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Kim Tennal Inducted Into Volleyball Hall Of Fame

The Kansas Volleyball Association recently recognized Centralia coach Kim Tennal with induction into its Hall of Fame. With a 745-127 overall record, her career began in 1976, coming to Centralia in 1988, where she guided the team to the state’s longest streak of state titles 1997-2004, with only a single losing season in her first year with the panthers.

KVA All-Star Volleyball Match Held In Topeka

June 7, 2014, Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association held its 29th annual All Star Match on June 7 at Washburn University in Topeka. The Blue Team defeated the Red Team in five games by the scores of 21-25, 25-23, 25-16, 24-26, and 15-12. Leading the Blue Team in kills was Paige Regnier of McPherson High School with 12. Madison Fletcher of Blue Valley West High School also added 11 kills. Hannah Billings of Mill Valley High School led the Blue Team in assists with 50, while Mattison Dusin of Phillipsburg High School contributed 4 assists. The Blue Team was led by Danae Bina of Hillsboro High School with 16 digs and Madison Fletcher of Blue Valley West High School chipped in with 14 digs. Janae Barnes of McPherson High School led the Blue Team in blocks with 4 total blocks. Danae Bina of Hillsboro High School added 2 aces.

The Red Team was led by Arianna Person of St. James Academy with 14 kills. Perrin Spears of Valley Center High School contributed 9 kills. Moira Pyle of McPherson High School led the Red Team in assists with 42. The Red Team was led in digs by Moira Pyle of McPherson High School with 18 and Addie Barry of Hayden High School added 17. Jessie Kujawa of Manhattan High School led in blocks with 4 total blocks. Person, Barry, and McKenzie Turner of Wamego High School each contributed 1 service ace.

The K.V.A. also presented four of its annual awards at the conclusion of the match. Arianna Person of St. James Academy received the Joan Lundstrom Wells Award of Excellence. The Flo Hyman Scholarship was awarded Danae Bina of Hillsboro High School . Madison Fletcher of Blue Valley West High School received the Judy Bellomo Most Inspirational Award. The Don Bechard Scholarship was awarded to Paige Regnier of McPherson High School.

Marysville High School State Track & Field Results From Wichita

The Kansas State High School Activities Association Track & Field Championships were held this past weekend at Cessna Stadium in Wichita. Below are the Marysville High School results from the meet, with complete results available at the following link. [ COMPLETE 3A RESULTS ]

3A Girls Results

Team Results
11. Marysville.

200 M Dash
4. Rachel Heiman – Marysville – 26.46

400 M Dash
5. Bryclin Alstrom – Marysville – 1:01.12

1600 M Run
6. Aubrie Peschel – Marysville – 5:38.00

3200 M Run
7. Aubrie Peschel – Marysville – 12:13.54

4×100 M Relay
3. Marysville – 50.46

4×800 M Relay
5. Marysville – 10:09.82

3A Boys Results

1600 M Run
13. Josef Smith – Marysville – 4:51.49

Area 2A State Track & Field Results From Wichita

The Kansas State High School Activities Association Track & Field Championships were held this past weekend at Cessna Stadium in Wichita. Below are the area team results from the meet, with complete results available at the following link.COMPLETE 2A RESULTS ]

2A Girls Results

Team Results:
11. Washington County.

3200 M Run
15. Maggie Revell – Onaga – 13:39.26

4×800 M Relay
14. Onaga – 11:09.40

Pole Vault
4. Heidi Stegman – Washington County – 9’00.00”

Long Jump
15. Mandi Allerheiligen – Washington County – 14’04.00”

Triple Jump
15. Mandi Allerheiligen – Washington County – 31’07.25”
16. Rebekah Glessner – Onaga – 30’05.25”

Shot Put
1. Erin Alexander – Washington County – 43’01.00”
9. Courtney Bekemeyer – Washington County – 33’00.00”

Discus
1. Erin Alexander – Washington County – 118’00”
6. Brooke Tuma – Washington County – 106’04”

Javelin Throw
9. Brooke Tuma – Washington County – 111’10”

2A Boys Results

Team Results:
2. Washington County, 32. Onaga.

400 M Dash
8. David Koelzer – Onaga – 52.84

800 M Run
1. Dylan Hodgson – Washington County – 1:59.55

1600 M Run
1. Dylan Hodgson – Washington County – 4:22.73 (State Record)

3200 M Run
1. Dylan Hodgson – Washington County – 9:20.76 (State Record)

4×400 M Relay
6. Washington County – 3:41.26

Pole Vault
9. Colin Cudney – Washington County – 11’6.00”
10. Levi Gauby – Washington County – 11’6.00”
11. Justin Hoover – Washington County – 11’6.00”

Long Jump
8. Tristan Miller – Washington County – 20’00.75”

Shut Put
3. Brett Herrs – Washington County – 51’09.00”
10. Logan Kier – Washington County – 44’01.00”

Discus Throw
8. Logan Kier – Washington County – 143’02”

Javelin Throw
5. Michael Bliss – Onaga – 161’07”

Area 1A State Track & Field Results From Wichita

The Kansas State High School Activities Association Track & Field Championships were held this past weekend at Cessna Stadium in Wichita. Below are the area team results from the meet, with complete results available at the following link. [ COMPLETE 1A RESULTS ]

1A GIRLS RESULTS

TEAM SCORES
1. Valley Heights, 4. Linn, 14. Baileyville B&B, 15. Centralia, 17. Clifton-Clyde, 24. Axtell

100 M Dash
2. Brandi Jo Roepke – Valley Heights – 12.92
8. Kendra Bargman – Linn – 13.11

200 M Dash
2. Brandi Jo Roepke – Valley Heights – 26.69
5. Kendra Bargman – Linn – 27.10

400 M Dash
3. Brandi Jo Roepke – Valley Heights – 59.08
5. Bradie Schmitz – Axtell – 1:00.63

800 M Run
5. Kiersten Talbot – Axtell – 2:31.70
8. Mayda Stallbaumer – Centralia – 2:32.11

1600 M Run
13. Nicole Ohlde – Linn – 6:07.37

3200 M Run
9. Mayda Stallbaumer – Centralia – 12:46.76

4×100 Relay
1. Linn – 50.69
4. Clifton-Clyde – 52.42

4×400 Relay
3. Linn – 4:16.85

4×800 Relay
8. Axtell – 10:43.44
10. Centralia – 10:45.98
11. Hanover – 10:53.53

High Jump
3. Acacia Thalmann – Linn – 5’2”
7. Cassidy Hulsing – Baileyville B&B – 5’00”

Pole Vault
4. Chelsea Huerter – Centralia – 8’6”
9. Kathleen Haufler – Centralia – 8’0”

Long Jump
1. Brandi Jo Roepke – Valley Heights – 17’2.25”
3. Brooke Diederich – Linn – 16’4.75”
10. Katelyn Jueneman – Hanover – 15’5.75”

Triple Jump
5. Samantha Wessel – Baileyville B&B – 34’1.25”
8. Ashley Kramer – Baileyville B&B – 33’5”

Shot Put
1. Laura Sudbeck – Baileyville B&B – 40’9.50”
2. Shelby Vermetten – Valley Heights – 37’10”
5. Sidney Blackburn – Valley Heights – 35’10”
9. Tara Bergman – Centralia – 33’7.50”

Discuss
1. Sidney Blackburn – Valley Heights – 113’01”
2. Shelby Vermetten – Valley Heights – 108’07”
3. Tara Bergman – Centralia – 107’06”

Javelin Throw
1. Kourtni Hubert – Clifton-Clyde – 131’07”
4. Riley Hanzlik – Centralia – 122’11”
10. Elizabeth Hasenkamp – Centralia – 109’06”

1A BOYS RESULTS

TEAM SCORES: 1. Centralia, 3. Hanover, 5. Valley Heights, 7. Linn, 14. Clifton-Clyde, 17. Frankfort, 26. Blue Valley, 33. Axtell & Baileyville B&B (Tie)

100 M Dash
2. Kurt Van der Merwe – Linn – 11.37
5. Jacob Koelzer – Baileyville B&B – 11.56
7. Darrian Turner – Centralia – 11.61

200 M Dash
2. Kurt Van der Merwe – Linn – 22.51
3. Evan Zabokrtsky – Hanover – 22.71
4. Elijah Smith – Valley Heights – 22.87
5. Darrian Turner – Centralia – 22.91

400 M Dash
3. Preston Jueneman – Hanover – 50.36

800 M Run
10. Zachary Rootring – Blue Valley – 2:06.97

1600 M Run
3. Adam Koch – Frankfort – 4:35.23
9. Zachary Heinen – Axtell – 4:45.10

3200 M Run
5. Adam Koch – Frankfort – 9:56.35
8. Tracy Schmitz – Axtell – 10:31.78

110 M Hurdles
1. Elijah Smith – Valley Heights – 14.68
3. William Ohlde – Clifton-Clyde – 15.46
5. Brett Burdiek – Centralia – 15.86

300 M Hurdles
1. William Ohlde – Clifton-Clyde – 39.45
7. Brendon Asch – Clifton-Clyde – 41.84

4×100 M Relay
1. Hanover – 44.08
2. Centralia – 44.44
6. Linn – 45.36

4×400 M Relay
2. Hanover – 3:29.29

4×800 M Relay
3. Blue Valley – 8:29.43
5. Axtell – 8:32.93
8. Hanover – 8:39.42
11. Frankfort – 8:43.15

High Jump
3. Chad Gross – Linn – 6’04”
8. Brett Burdiek – Centralia – 6’00”

Pole Vault
2. Cody Huerter – Centralia – 13’06”
3. Lucas Adams – Frankfort – 13’00”
7. Derek Trimble – Valley Heights – 12’00”

Long Jump
1. Elijah Smith – Valley Heights – 21’10.75”
2. Darrian Turner – Centralia – 20’10.75”
5. Sam Steinlage – Centralia – 20’05.00”

Triple Jump
1. Elijah Smith – Valley Heights – 45’10.25”
4. Sam Steinlage – Centralia – 42’02.00”
10. Devin Jueneman – Hanover – 41’00.00”
13. Derek Trimble – Valley Heights – 38’04.75”

Shot Put
1. Ethan Fritschi – Hanover – 49’05.50”
5. Joey Ferron – Centralia – 46’01.00”
6. Brett Peters – Linn – 46’00.25”
15. Alex Wohler – Linn – 38’03.50”

Discus Throw
6. Sam Steinlage – Centralia – 145’05”
9. Brett Peters – Linn – 140’08”
14. Josh Meyer – Linn – 125’02”

Javelin Throw
6. Josh Meyer – Linn – 163’01”
8. Cameron Haug – Baileyville B&B – 158’03”

National TV Broadcasts Highlight K-State Football Schedule

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Four of K-State’s 2014 football games are among the Big 12 Conference’s early national television selections, highlighted by the much anticipated September 18 matchup with SEC Champion Auburn, as the league office announced today designations for the opening three weeks of the season and special Thursday night broadcasts.

The Wildcats’ August 30 season opener against Stephen F. Austin will be broadcast exclusively on K-StateHD.TV with kickoff slated for 6:10 p.m., at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. K-StateHD.TV programming will begin at 5:10 p.m., with its K-State Gameday show featuring Brian Smoller.

K-State will then open up Big 12 Conference play in week two, its earliest league game since the 1996 inaugural Big 12 Conference game with Texas Tech, as the Cats head to Iowa State on September 6. The game will kick at 11 a.m., and be broadcast nationally on FOX Sports 1.

Manhattan and Bill Snyder Family Stadium will be the focus of the college football world on Thursday, September 18, as the Cats and Tigers meet in an ESPN nationally-televised game. The Thursday night matchup, one of the most-watched games in the country each week, will be the first in Manhattan since the 2010 Nebraska game and the fourth overall at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Game time is set for 6:30 p.m.

The Big 12 Conference also announced that the Wildcats’ November 20 game at West Virginia will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1. The matchup, K-State’s second appearance on Thursday night of the season, will kick at 6 p.m. CT.

For those interested in subscribing to K-StateHD.TV, which features live game broadcasts as well as premium content such as original K-State shows, game replays and press conferences, the service is available for $9.95 per month and $79.95 per year.

To visit the home of K-StateHD.TV, or to subscribe to the service, go to www.k-statehd.tv. The subscription service remains a product of K-State’s All-Access platform through the CBS College Network and has ranked No. 1 nationally in subscriptions among all institutions since its launch in 2010.

Following record sales this spring, season ticket numbers for the upcoming season have hit an all-time high and are completely sold out. Single-game tickets for the seven-game home schedule go on sale online June 11 and via phone and in person July 16.

Fans can now join the 2015 season ticket waiting list online or by contacting the K-State Athletics Ticket Office. For more information regarding tickets, contact the ticket office at 1-800-221-CATS or visit www.k-statesports.com.

Television Selections for K-State Games 
Saturday, Aug. 30 – Stephen F. Austin at K-State, 6:10 p.m., K-StateHD.TV
Saturday, Sept. 6 – K-State at Iowa State, 11 a.m., FOX Sports 1
Thursday, Sept. 18 – Auburn at K-State, 6:30 p.m., ESPN
Thursday, Nov. 20 – K-State at West Virginia, 6 p.m., FOX Sports 1

Kansas Football Sets Game Times & Television Coverage

LAWRENCE, Kan. – The Big 12 Conference released the television broadcast assignments for the first three weeks of the 2014 college football season, with Kansas being tabbed for television in each of its first two games. The Jayhawks have a bye the opening week of the 2014 college football season.

Kansas, playing under third-year head coach Charlie Weis, will open the 2014 football season with a home game versus Southeast Missouri State on Saturday, Sept. 6. The KU-SEMO game will be played at 6 p.m., on the Jayhawk Television Network in the state of Kansas and the Kansas City metro area and is available outside of the state lines to a national audience on ESPN3. More information on the Jayhawk Television Network (JTV) and its affiliates is available at KUAthletics.com/TV.

As previously announced, Kansas will travel to Duke on Saturday, Sept. 13 for a 2:30 p.m. (CT), game versus the Blue Devils. The KU-Duke game will be televised on the ACC Regional Sports Networks.

Kansas made four appearances on Fox Sports 1 in 2013, two on Fox Sports Net and JTV and one each on ESPN, ESPNU and CBS Sports Network.

Kansas will also host Central Michigan (Sept. 20), Texas (Sept. 27), Oklahoma State (Oct. 11), Iowa State (Nov. 8) and TCU (Nov. 15) at Memorial Stadium during the 2014 campaign. Season tickets are available online at KUAthletics.com, by calling 800-34-HAWKS or in-person at the Allen Fieldhouse ticket office.

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High School Sports Weather Postponements – 4/29/14

Due to the weather, several high school activities have been postponed or cancelled.

  • Marysville Softball vs. Rossville postponed. Varsity rescheduled for May 8th.
  • Marysville Baseball at Clay Center postponed. Rescheduled for May 1st.
  • Marysville Tennis at Abilene postponed. Varsity rescheduled for May 5th.
  • Marysville JV Tennis at Chapman cancelled. It will not be rescheduled.
  • Marysville Junior High Track Meet at Wamego is cancelled.
  • The Washington County Invitational Track Meet is Cancelled. No reschedule date announced.

Area School Activities Cancelled Due To Weather

Marysville Baseball at Concordia has been cancelled today, no make-up date set.

Marysville Golf at Sabetha has been cancelled today. It has been rescheduled for tomorrow, April 15 beginning at 1:00 p.m.

Marysville JV golf at Clay Center has been cancelled today. It has been rescheduled for Mon., April 21, at 4:00 p.m.

Marysville Tennis at Marysville has been cancelled today. It has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 24.

Valley Heights Golf at Onaga has been cancelled today, no make-up date set.

Twin Valley League All-League Basketball Announced

The Twin Valley League has announced the 2014 All-League selections in basketball.

GIRLS 1ST TEAM

Jo Roepke – Valley Heights – Sophomore
Laura Sudbeck – Baileyville B&B – Senior
Erin Alexander – Washington County – Junior
Sydney Blackburn – Valley Heights – Junior
Nicole Ohlde – Linn – Junior
Kierston Talbot – Axtell – Sophomore
Kaitlyn Koch – Centralia – Senior
Katie Huerter – Baileyville B&B – Senior
Ashley Kramer – Baileyville B&B – Senior
Heidi Stegeman – Washington County – Junior

GIRLS 2ND TEAM

Liz Hasenkamp – Centralia – Junior
Paige Doebele – Hanover – Sophomore
Ashley Joeseph – Frankfort – Senior
Brianna Boden – Wetmore – Senior
Courtney Heinen – Axtell – Sophomore
Jocelyn Marten – Onaga – Senior
Payton Leach – Doniphan West – Senior
Alanie Stock – Troy – Senior
Courtney Moore – Washington County – Sophomore
Ariana Martin – Frankfort – Senior

BOYS 1ST TEAM

Sam Steinlage – Centralia – Senior
Payton Heinen – Axtell – Senior
Charles Musil – Valley Heights – Senior
Wade Steinfort – Hanover – Senior
Brett Burdiek – Centralia – Senior
Dustin Rottinghaus – Baileyville B&B – Senior
Caleb Gelino – Clifton-Clyde – Senior
Lucas Adams – Frankfort – Senior
Josh Meyer – Linn – Senior
Derek Trimble – Valley Heights – Senior

BOYS 2ND TEAM

Andrew Bruna – Hanover – Sophomore
Austin Diederich – Hanover – Junior
Jarod Gronewoller – Onaga – Junior
Zach Rootring – Blue Valley – Senior
Gage Woodyard – Valley Heights – Junior
Collin Jasper – Troy – Junior
Kyle McGatlin – Washington County – Sophomore
Devin Rempe – Centralia – Senior
Kyle Shumaker – Wetmore – Senior
Jeremy Hoelscher – Wetmore – Junior