Students from across the Wichita area helped raise money for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Maize South beat Goddard in double overtime and more from Week 7 of high school football across Wichita.
Andover Central is one of two undefeated boys soccer teams in Kansas through Oct. 12. The Jaguars escaped with a 3-2 overtime win at home against Newton on Thursday. They are getting everyone’s best shot.
No. 11 Salina Central looks to keep the magic as the Mustangs travel to undefeated No. 3 Maize. Also the Andover schools meet in the backyard brawl, and No. 8 Chaparral hosts No. 9 Conway Springs in Week 7.
The Douglass High School Bulldogs have gone through some lean football seasons, but they are 5-1 and look to be one of the contenders in Kansas Class 2A. With the other fall sports succeeding, it is a good time in the city.
Blue Valley North’s twin tennis players, Chloe and Ellie Kuckelman, met for the second straight year in the Kansas Class 6A state high school tennis championship singles final. Ellie beat Chloe 6-4, 6-4.
From students raising money for cancer to two teams putting up 156 points in four quarters, Week 7 was one of the most entertaining of the 2018 Kansas high school football season. Audio credit: Bensound.com
The Maize Eagles improved to 7-0 in the 2018 season with a 48-26 victory over Salina Central on Friday, October 12. But the story was Maize junior running back Caden Cox jumping over a Salina Central defender.
Maize improved to 7-0 on the season with a 46-26 victory over Salina Central on Friday, October 12, 2018. But the story was Maize running back Caden Cox jumping over a defender en route to an 11-yard gain for the Eagles.