Noah Goodwin,17, of Corinth, Texas, discusses his U.S. Junior Amateur semifinal win over Rayhan Thomas and talks about his history in the championship on July 21, 2017 at Flint Hills National Golf Club in Andover, Kan.
Matthew Wolff, 18, of Agoura Hills, Calif., discusses his U.S. Junior Amateur semifinal victory over Garrick Higgo and looks ahead to his championship match against Noah Goodwin on July 21, 2017 at Flint Hills National Golf Club in Andover, Kan.
A mother hummingbird tends to its young on the back deck of Pat and Garry Porter's home. This video was shot a week ago and the birds now are ready to fledge, when they've been out of their tiny eggs for about 3 weeks. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
Wichita's Wells Padgett discusses his second round of stroke play with Scott Paske of Kansas.com on Tuesday, July 18 at Andover's Flint Hills National. Padgett advanced to match play with a 36-hole total of 3-under 139.
During an event to kickoff fundraising for a Dave Stallworth statue to placed outside Koch Arena, Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall talks about Stallworth's legacy and how it's still intact today. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)
No place in the state has bigger, meaner fish than the Kansas River. The Kansas River, known as the Kaw to locals, starts at Junction City where the Republican and Smoky Hill rivers join. From there the river flows about 150 miles east to where it meets the Missouri River in Kansas City. Catfish up to 150 pounds have been pulled from the river. Thomas Finch, nicknamed the Kaw River Man, has reeled in flatheads weighing 81, 87 and 88 pounds from that stretch. In one night he and his son once caught 1,200 pounds of blue catfish, the biggest weighing 72 pounds. (Video by Michael Pearce / The Wichita Eagle)