SEK-Sports.com will host SEK League coaches for the first annual SEK-Sports.com Coaches Luncheon on November 20th, 2017. The Chanute Recreation Commission will be the host site for this year’s luncheon gathering all 14 coaches from the SEK League. The event will be live streamed on the SEK-Sports.com YouTube Channel where
The Cubs 2017 season came to an end with a first round loss in Wellsville Tuesday night. The Eagles didn't need much time to show who was boss in this matchup and then just poured it on the rest of the way for a 48-0 victory.
Humboldt would receive the opening
One of the scariest words in a Cub fans vocabulary is the Wellsville Eagles. I can only think of one victory against those guys in football over the last 30 years. The 2004-2005 team went there and won a 20-14 overtime game. The good news is when you play them
The Humboldt Cubs needed one more victory to secure a birth to this years Kansas class 3A playoffs. And boy, did they do that. They traveled to Northeast Arma tonight with a short week to prepare for the 0-8 Vikings .
Humboldt scored a lot of points tonight and scored quickly
Here is the official 2017 playoff match-ups for Southeast Kansas area teams.
Humboldt @ Wellsville
Neodesha @ Galena
Osage City @ Jayhawk-Linn
Cherryvale @ Caney Valley
District 6 isn't completely sewn up quite yet. But it is pretty close. Erie would have to come up with its biggest victory in the last ten years over Jayhawk-Linn , who haven't lost to a Kansas team yet this season . There are 3 teams who still have a
#67 for the Humboldt Cubs is senior Seth Hegwald. Coaches and players say he is a great teammate and will do whatever is asked of him . I have seen him line up in about six different spots in the last two seasons. And he is pretty good at all
For those of us who follow and are fans of high school football in Kansas it seems we are always catching ourselves saying around this time "is it really week 9 already?"
Yes it is and in the South East Kansas region the playoff picture isn't any clearer going into week
Several other volleyball teams from the area competed in sub-state action on Saturday. Here is a recap of those teams:
PITTSBURG — No. 3 seed Pittsburg lost to Mill Valley in the semifinal round of Pittsburg Sub-State Tournament No. 2 Saturday afternoon at Pittsburg High School.
The Purple Dragons lost in
RICHMOND — With Jordan Smith and Peyton Wood finishing in the top 10, the Fredonia girls captured the Class 3A regional cross country championship Saturday morning at Central Heights High School.
The top three teams in each regional advance to state competition. The Yellowjackets finished with 85 points on the day