Kapaun sophomore Clara Whitaker and Carroll’s Brittany Steven met again after playing in the Class 5A singles final in 2017. Whitaker won 6-3, 6-3, and the Crusaders topped the Eagles 6-3 in the dual tennis meet.
Northwest’s Breece Hall caught fire. Sedgwick’s Hooper Schoroeder continued his excellent 2018 season. Valley Center’s Larry Wilson scored a 99-yard touchdown. That and more in the top 5 performers from Week 3.
Garden Plain started its 2018 season 9-0 after failing to reach the Class 3A state tournament last season. The Owls have talent across the board and, after dropping to 2A, are a contender early this season.
Dodge City upset Wichita Heights. The Maize defense shut out the Campus offense. And Collegiate defended its home field against Mulvane. Let’s look back at preps reporter Hayden Barber’s picks from Week 3.
With a few seconds left in Wichita Southeast’s 29-12 win over Wichita North on Friday night, the benches cleared as the teams confronted each other. The confrontation ended the football game, and police got involved.
Maize shut out Campus. Andover Central took Goddard to overtime. And Wichita Heights was thumped in Dodge City. There were a lot of takeaways from Week 3 of high school football in the are. Here are 10 of them.
No. 8 Maize travels to No. 6 Campus for the Varsity Kansas Game of the Week. No. 16 Hesston hosts No. 10 Pratt. And undefeated No. 18 Chaparral is at winless Cheney in Week 3 of the high school football season.