There were walk-offs, overtime winners and even a complete game in the Wichita area this week. Here is the weekly recap from the high school spring sports action across the area. League races heated up this week.
There is a new sprinting rivalry in the City League. South's Phillip Landrum and Deron Dudley have created a strong rivalry that will be seen for the last time at the Class 6A state track and field meet.
The Eagle track honor roll lists the top three times, distances and heights, regardless of class. Then the remaining class leaders not covered in the top three are listed. Fully-automatic times (FAT) are listed to hundredths. Hand-timed results are listed to the tenth of a second and are rounded.
Kapaun High beat 16-time state-champion St. Thomas Aquinas. Athletes got their last look at Cessna Stadium before the state track meet. Area baseball his heating up. And Maize South beat Carroll for the second time in two years.
Many Wichita-area athletes have verbally decided which college to attend after they graduate, but Wednesday, they make it official. Spring National Signing Day is their first chance to sign their National Letter of Intent.
Defending Class 6A champion East was upset Saturday at the Northwest Invitational. Maize stayed undefeated on the pitch. Carroll opened eyes on the track. Collegiate won again on the tennis court. And pitching dominated on the diamond.