• Wingnuts win series opener with Air Hogs

    The Wichita Wingnuts opened their four game series with the Texas Air Hogs on Monday night with a 10-2 win. Wichita opened things up with a Harrison Kain solo home run in the bottom of the first.

  • Westbrook caps historic season with MVP award

    Russell Westbrook has won the NBA's MVP award after setting a record with 42 triple-doubles last season.

  • Shocker legends host Wichita basketball camp

    Former Shocker standouts turned-pro Xavier "X-Man" McDaniel, Aubrey Sherrod, and Lynbert "Cheese" Johnson are hosting the 2nd Annual Future All American Basketball Camp along with former Drake star Jeff Hill.

  • Baylor says NCAA investigation is 'ongoing, pending'

    Baylor University officials say the school is being investigated by the NCAA in the wake of a sexual assault scandal that led to the firing of football coach Art Briles and the departure of the school president.

  • Wingnuts clinch series with 3-1 win over Cleburne

    The Wichita Wingnuts took their home series with Cleburne Sunday afternoon with a 3-1 victory. The Railroaders struck first in the fifth inning with their lone run of the day.

  • Jordan Spieth holes bunker shot to win Travelers playoff

    Jordan Spieth holed out from 60 feet for birdie from a greenside bunker on the first hole of a playoff with Daniel Berger to win the Travelers Championship on Sunday.

  • Osuna back on mound, finishes off Toronto's 8-2 win over KC

    Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna struck out three in a scoreless ninth inning a day after saying he was dealing with anxiety issues, and Toronto avoided a sweep by beating the Kansas City Royals 8-2 Sunday.

  • Opara's bicycle-kick goal highlight of Sporting KC's 2-1 win

    Kansas City remains first in the Western Conference.

  • FC Wichita shuts out Demize NPSL

    FC Wichita remains atop the Heartland Conference standings after a dominant performance against Demize NPSL Saturday. The first half ended scoreless, but the second half included four goals from FC.

  • Wingnuts even series with Cleburne

    The Wingnuts tied their series with Cleburne Saturday night with a 3-2 victory. Wichita got off to a 2-0 lead in the fourth inning with back-to-back singles from Matt Chavez and Zac Fisher.

  • Vargas earns 11th win as Royals top Blue Jays 3-2

    Jason Vargas earned his major league-leading 11th victory, pitching seven efficient innings to lead the surging Kansas City Royals over the Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 Saturday.

  • Royals beat Blue Jays 5-4, at .500 for 1st time since April

    Whit Merrifield hit a two-run, two-out double that capped a four-run rally in the ninth inning, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-4 on Friday night to reach .500 for the first time since April. With their 10th win in 12 games, the Royals improved to 36-36. They were 6-6 before play on April 20, then went on a nine-game losing streak that night and dropped as low as 10-20, seven games out of first place. They trail AL Central-leading Cleveland by three games. To...
  • Wingnuts fall to Cleburne 5-3

    The Wichita Wingnuts fall in Game 1 of their series with the Cleburne Railroaders 5-3 on Friday night at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. The Railroaders were able to score four runs in the top of the first. Wingnuts reliever Garrett Gould tossed four shutout innings to keep Wichita within striking distance, but Cleburne was able to add an unearned run in the seventh to stay in front. The two will battle in Game 2 on Saturday night at 7:05.
  • Sanders returns home for annual golf tournament

    NFL Hall of Famer and Wichitan Barry Sanders returned to his hometown on Friday for his annual Boys and Girls Club of South Central Kansas golf tournament. It's a soft spot for the former Heisman Trophy winner knowing all the help he got here in Wichita before his record setting college career and his ten Pro Bowls as in NFL player with the Detroit while becoming possibly the greatest running back of all time. "You learn things that stick with you from now on and I think you re...
  • Kansas Stars announce 2017 roster

    The Kansas Stars will be back for another season at this summer's NBC World Series. Former MLB pitcher and Wichita native Nate Robertson along with fellow former big-leaguer Adam LaRoche were on hand as the team made the announcement at the Kansas Star Casino on Friday afternoon. The team will play at least three games, the first on July 29, the second on July 31 and the third on Aug. 2. The July 31st game will be broadcast live on ESPN2.  Both Robertson and Ft. Scott native L...
  • Royals sign closer, designate Young for assignment

    The Royals have agreed to a deal with right-handed reliever Neftali Feliz and designated pitcher Chris Young for assignment.

  • KU's Mason III goes No. 34 overall to Sacramento

    National Player of the Year Frank Mason III goes No. 34 overall to the Sacramento Kings in the 2017 NBA Draft. He finished his KU career ranked sixth on the all-time scoring list in scoring and assists, eighth in three-point field goals and 13th in steals while leading the Jayhawks to three straight Big 12 regular season titles as their point guard. Today Mason was also nominated as one of five finalists for the "Best Male College Athlete" award at the 2017 ESPYs.  
  • K-State's Iwundu goes No. 33 overall to Orlando

    K-State's Wesley Iwundu goes to the Orlando Magic with the No. 33 overall pick in the NBA Draft, becoming the first Wildcat drafted since 2008. Iwundu is one of six Wildcats in the Big 12 era to earn All-Big 12 first, second or third team honors twice in a career. He's also 14th on K-State's all time scoring list. His senior season, Iwundu averaged 13.0 points on 48.1 percent shooting, including 27.6 percent from 3-point range, with 6.3 rebounds and 3.5 assists.
  • KU's Josh Jackson goes No. 4 to Phoenix in NBA Draft

    The Phoenix Suns selected small forward Josh Jackson of Kansas with the fourth overall pick of the NBA draft Thursday. Jackson brings athleticism, energy and a strong defensive ability to a Suns team already loaded with youthful talent as the franchise continues the long climb to relevance. 

  • Chiefs and general manager John Dorsey agree to part ways

    Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey's time with the club is done, Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt announced on Thursday.

  • Actor, former KU football player Loneker dead at 46

    An actor and former KU football player has died after a battle with cancer.   

  • Chiefs extend head coach Andy Reid

    Andy Reid has signed a contract extension with the Kansas City Chiefs, the club announced on Thursday. The terms of the deal were not disclosed. Reid is entering his fifth season with the team and has led the team to a 43-21 record and three playoff appearances. “I’d like to thank Clark and the entire Hunt family for the opportunity to continue my coaching career here in Kansas City,” Reid said. “We’ve made quite a bit of progress over the last four sea...

  • KU's Mason nominated for an ESPY

     Kansas guard Frank Mason III has been nominated for an ESPY as the best male college athlete for 2016-17.  

  • KU to move forward with $300M stadium renovation plan

     Kansas athletic director Sheahon Zenger says plans to renovate Memorial Stadium and build and indoor training facility are moving forward and will cost around $300 million.    

  • Salvy's slam gives Royals dramatic win over Boston

    Salvador Perez hit his first career grand slam, connecting in the eighth inning to rally the Kansas City Royals over the Boston Red Sox 6-4 Wednesday.   

  • Hield hosts Wichita basketball camp

    Former Sunrise Christian Academy standout and current Sacramento King Buddy Hield hosted a youth basketball camp at the Wichita Sports Forum Monday and Tuesday mornings this week.

  • Sale sharp, Red Sox move into 1st with 8-3 romp over Royals

    Chris Sale shut down the Kansas City Royals while pitching into the ninth inning, and a rag-tag bunch of Boston Red Sox filling in for injured starters pounded their way to an 8-3 victory Tuesday night that moved them into first place in the AL East.

  • Shockers land 2018 WA commit

    One day after landing Tennessee standout Rodgerick Brown, Wichita State basketball has earned another 3-star commitment from Lacey, Washington high school senior Erik Stevenson.

  • Wichita Thunder affiliated with NHL's Edmonton Oilers

    The Wichita Thunder has entered into an affiliation agreement with the National Hockey League's Edmonton Oilers and the American Hockey League's Bakersfield Condors for the 2017-18 season. 

  • Armstrong tabbed Preseason All-America by Athlon Sports

    Kansas junior defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr., was tabbed to the Athlon Sports 2017 Preseason All-America Team, earning a spot on the third team, the magazine announced Tuesday.

  • Agent: Tiger Woods in clinic for handling pain medication

    Tiger Woods has checked into a clinic to get help for dealing with pain medication, and his agent is not sure how long he will be there.

  • Merrifield, Hammel help Royals to 4-2 victory over Red Sox

    Whit Merrifield drove in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, Eric Hosmer hit a two-run homer and the Kansas City Royals beat the Boston Red Sox 4-2 on Monday night for their eighth win in nine games.

  • Royals agree with 1st-round pick Nick Pratto at $3.45M

    The Royals and first-round pick Nick Pratto agreed Monday to a contract that includes a $3.45 million signing bonus, and the high school first baseman will head to Arizona to begin his professional career.

  • Norton's Ruder commits to North Carolina

    One of the top high school football players in Kansas will play his college ball in North Carolina. 

  • Tennessee forward commits to Wichita State

     247sports.com reports Rodgerick Brown made a commitment to Wichita State after visiting campus last weekend.  

  • Hernandez wins 2nd pro fight

    Nico Hernandez won his second professional fight Saturday night at Hartman Arena in front of his home crowd by knockout in the third round.

  • Aaron Wise headed to PGA TOUR after winning the Air Capital Classic

    Aaron Wise capped off a great week in Wichita with a final-round 2-under-par 68 to win the 28th annual Air Capital Classic supporting Wichita’s Youth.

  • Koepka wins US Open title

    Brooks Koepka has won the U.S. Open title for his first major championship. The 27-year-old Koepka grabbed control with three straight birdies on the back nine at Erin Hills.

  • Vargas gets MLB-high 10th win, Perez powers KC past Angels

    Jason Vargas earned his 10th win, most in the majors, and Salvador Perez hit a three-run homer as the Kansas City Royals beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-3 on Sunday.

  • Angels get 3 homers to snap Royals' six-game win streak

    Albert Pujols, Cameron Maybin and Luis Valbuena each homered and Alex Meyer dominated for six innings, helping the Los Angeles Angels beat Kansas City 9-0 on Saturday to snap the Royals' six-game winning streak.

  • Wise maintains six-shot lead after 54 holes of Air Capital Classic

    Aaron Wise maintained his six-stroke advantage at the Air Capital Classic supporting Wichita’s Youth with a third-round 3-under-par 67.

  • Wise leads heading into weekend at Air Capital Classic

    Aaron Wise's hot play continued on Friday as he carded his second straight 62. The former NCAA individual champion is now 16-under through 36 holes giving him a six stroke lead into the weekend. This ties an Air Capital Classic record for lowest score through two rounds. "I'm playing great," the former Oregon Duck said. "I'm sure there's a lot of people that think they've played well and they're going to be a decent ways behind me, but like I said there's still so...
  • Royals roll to 5th straight win by beating Angels 7-2

    Kansas City is now within three games of the .500 mark, while on a California road trip.

  • Wise leads Air Capital Classic after Round 1

    Play suspended for Round 1 at the Air Capital Classic as they plan on restarting tomorrow morning at 7:30. Still most golfers were able to get their full 18 holes in. Aaron Wise is on top of the leaderboard after shooting an 8-under-par-62, his lowest round on the Tour this season. The-20-year-old South African missed cuts in his last two Web.com Tour starts. “I’m playing aggressively off the tee and I think that’s giving me an advantage coming into the greens. So,...

  • Maurice dismissed from KSU basketball team

     Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber announced today that sophomore forward Isaiah Maurice has been dismissed from the Wildcat men’s basketball program for a violation of team rules.

  • Blimp operator: Pilot 'OK' after US Open crash

    An official with the company operating an advertising blimp at the U.S. Open says the pilot is "OK" after the craft crashed but that he is being taken to a hospital.

  • FC Wichita takes down FC Minneapolis in Friendly

    FC Wichita scored in the seventh minute and never looked back as they took down FC Minneapolis in their mid-week Friendly at the Stryker Complex on Wednesday night. They will be back in action in an NPSL Heartland Conference match at Little Rock on Saturday at 7 p.m.

  • Kansas' Thompson hopes "home crowd" helps him at Air Capital Classic

    156 golfers make up the field of this week’s Air Capital Classic. More than 15 countries will be represented and 35 states, but there is only one golfer who lists the Sunflower State as his home. Independence, Kan. native Chris Thompson has played in this tournament several times.

  • Several Kansas players taken in Rounds 11-40 of the MLB Draft

    Wednesday was the final day of the MLB Draft and several players with Kansas ties went off the board. The list goes as follows: Notable KS Players Drafted Rds 11-40 Round Pick Name Position School Team 12 356 Matt McLaughlin SS Kansas Rockies 12 375 Ben Hecht RHP Wichita St Cubs 15 437 Nathaniel Scantlin CF Rose Hill HS Reds 16 493 Jake Scudder 1B K-State Nationals...
  • Royals hit 3 home runs off Cueto in 7-2 win over Giants

    Mike Moustakas hit his 18th home run leading off the second inning, Jorge Bonifacio and Lorenzo Cain followed with back-to-back shots in the third and the Kansas City Royals beat the San Francisco Giants 7-2 on Wednesday to complete a two-game sweep. 

  • NCAA extends coaches' boxes as part of rules change package

    The NCAA's playing rules oversight panel will give college basketball coaches more room to roam next season after approving an extension of the coaches' boxes from 28 to 38 feet. 

  • KSHSAA football and all activities classification proposals pass

    The KSHSAA member schools have voted in favor to reclassify member schools in all activities and football.

  • Vargas wins 4th straight as Royals top Giants 8-1

    Kansas City won in its first appearance at AT&T Park since the 2014 World Series.

  • Landry highlights field at Air Capital Classic

    The Air Capital Classic field is filled with both golfers looking to break into the PGA Tour, and those who have been on the Tour and are working to get back there.

  • Warriors beat Cavs 129-120 to win NBA title

    Kevin Durant scored 39 points, Stephen Curry added 34 and the Golden State Warriors won their second NBA championship in three seasons with a 129-120 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the Finals on Monday night.

  • Visually impaired golfers compete in Pro-Am

    The Air Capital Classic brings plenty of special golfers to Wichita over the course of a week, but this year's Marge Page Junior Pro-Am will include some truly exceptional young people. Jimmy Lewis-Swain and Julia McLeod are both visually impaired, but haven't let that stop them from getting out on the course.

  • Pittsburgh wins 2nd straight Stanley Cup title

    The Stanley Cup is returning to Pittsburgh after Patric Hornqvist scored the go-ahead goal on a bad-angle shot with 95 seconds left in a 2-0 win over the Nashville Predators in Game 6.

  • Moustakas' two homers lifts Royals to 8-3 win over Padres

    Mike Moustakas hit two home runs and Jake Junis pitched seven-plus solid innings to help the Kansas City Royals beat the San Diego Padres 8-3 on Sunday.

  • WSU's Borman, Yetter Earn All-American Honors

    Seniors Breanne Borman and Gavyn Yetter earned second-team All-America honors with 11th- and 12th-place finishes in the Heptathlon at the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Hayward Field.

  • MAYB Summer Kickoff draws thousands to Wichita

    Thousands of players, coaches and families from across fifteen states have flooded the Wichita area for the 24th annual MAYB Summer Kickoff Tournament.

  • Cain hits 2 HRs, slam in 9-run 8th leads KC over Padres 12-6

    Lorenzo Cain hit two homers, including a grand slam that capped a nine-run rally in the eighth inning that sent the Kansas City Royals over the San Diego Padres 12-6 Saturday.

  • Cavs avoid elimination, beat Warriors 137-116

    LeBron James set an NBA Finals record with his ninth triple-double, and the Cleveland Cavaliers had the highest-scoring first half ever in the Finals while beating the Golden State Warriors 137-116 in Game 4 to stave off elimination on Friday night.

  • Astros score 5 in 9th to top Royals 6-1

    Lance McCullers took a no-hitter into the seventh inning and Jose Altuve hit a two-run homer in a five-run ninth as the Houston Astros beat the Kansas City Royals 6-1 on Thursday night. 

  • WSU's Veith earns All-American honors

    Wichita State junior Hunter Veith was able to claim sixth place in the Decathlon at the NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene Oregon. His 7,866 points are a school record. This also earns him first-team All-American honors. The Cheney native had a personal best 7,610 points at the Sam Adams Multis in Santa Barbara, Calif. earlier this year.   
  • Snyder wishes Stoops well in retirement

    Oklahoma's Bob Stoops announcing his retirement on Wednesday came to the shock of many. At just 56 years old, 21 years younger than K-State's Bill Snyder, Stoops is walking away from the game. Today, Snyder, one of Stoops' mentors, released a statement congratulating one of his proteges.  "This has special meaning for us at Kansas State. Bobby’s time here was instrumental to building the foundation of our football program, from which our growth and continued success ...
  • Wichita State basketball will play heavyweights in first AAC season

    Cincinnati, UConn and SMU.  Those are just three basketball teams you can see play in Koch Arena next season.

  • Former KSU star Willis signs with Bengals

    Defensive end Jordan Willis signed a four-year deal on Thursday, leaving all of the Cincinnati Bengals' draft picks under contract. 

  • Golden State comes from behind to win Game 3

    Kevin Durant made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 45 seconds left and the Golden State Warriors took a 3-0 in the NBA Finals by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 118-113 on Wednesday night. Durant scored 31 points and Klay Thompson had 30 for the Warriors, who improved to 15-0 in the postseason and are on the brink of the first undefeated finish in the NBA. Stephen Curry had 26 points, 13 rebounds and six assists. LeBron James had 39 points, 11 rebounds and nine assists for the Cavaliers, a...
  • Vargas pitches Royals past Astros 7-5

    Jason Vargas tossed five solid innings for his eighth victory, Cheslor Cuthbert drove in three runs and the Kansas City Royals defeated the Houston Astros 7-5 on Wednesday night. 

  • Stoops' retirement comes as surprise for Blake Bell

    Bob Stoops' retirement came to the shock of many on Wednesday afternoon, including his former players. Former Sooner quarterback and tight end Blake Bell says he was just as surprised as anyone else when he found out while with his current NFL team, the San Francisco 49ers. The Bishop Carroll product spent 2011-14 at Oklahoma racking up 1,763 passing yards and 12 touchdowns through the air as quarterback, while also rushing for 631 yards and 24 touchdowns. As a tight end in his seni...

  • Stoops retiring as Oklahoma head coach

    The winningest football coach in the University of Oklahoma's history is retiring, according to multiple reports. Bob Stoops spent 18 seasons in charge of the Sooners winning ten Big 12 titles and the 2000 National Championship. His all-time record was 190-48. Stoops formerly severed as Bill Snyder's defensive coordinator in 1991 and was assistant head coach and co-defensive coordinator for the Wildcats in 1995. Lincoln Riley, Oklahoma's offensive coordinator, will replace Stoops a...

  • KU Athletics budget to increase to $93.3 million next year

     University of Kansas Athletics expects its budget to increase about 3.5 percent to $93.3 million for fiscal year 2018.   

  • Report: Goddard's Norris under MLB investigation for abuse

     Major League Baseball is investigating allegations by Derek Norris' former fiancée that the Tampa Bay Rays catcher "physically and mentally abused'' her during their relationship, league spokesman Pat Courtney told ESPN on Tuesday night. 

  • Four Shockers compete at Track and Field Championship

    Four Shockers will compete this week in the NCAA National Men's and Women's Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

  • Royals' Moustakas homers to halt Astros' win streak at 11

    Mike Moustakas hit a two-run homer with two outs in the ninth inning after Kansas City rallied from a six-run deficit, and the Royals snapped the Houston Astros' 11-game winning streak with a 9-7 victory Tuesday night.

  • Oklahoma defends softball title with 5-4 win over Florida

    Shay Knighten hit a three-run double in the second inning and Oklahoma defended its NCAA softball title with a 5-4 win over Florida on Tuesday night.

  • State volleyball tournament results

    Tournaments underway across Kansas

  • 1st & 10 Football Preview: Kapaun Mt. Carmel Crusaders

    Dan Adelhardt enters his 12th year at the Kapaun Mt. Carmel helm. He has his Crusaders charging toward yet another winning season and postseason appearance.

  • 1st & 10 Football Preview: Collegiate Spartans

    Mike Gehrer knows a thing or two about winning. 164 victories in his 19 years in charge at Collegiate to go with only 41 losses. His 2016 group is just a season removed from a Class 3A state runners up campaign and this year in Class 4A-II, they could be a favorite to once again get to the final weekend.

  • 1st & 10 Football Preview: Campus Colts

    A rough 2015 saw only two wins for Campus High School. This year, they're hoping to turn it around. Greg Slade, entering year four as head coach, says they will still spread things out on offense with a nice run, pass balance.

  • 1st & 10 Football Preview: Northwest Grizzlies

    The Northwest Grizzlies are returning plenty of fire power from their ten win season a year ago. 

  • 1st & 10 Football Preview: Heights Falcons

    The Heights Falcons are hoping to build on their 7-4 run to sectionals last year, but will have to do so with plenty of youth. 

  • 1st & 10 Football Preview: South Titans

    The South Titans turned several heads last season and are poised to do the same in 2016. They are senior heavy this season bringing back star defensive end Tyrekus Birch, who registered 16 sacks last season.

  • 1st & 10 Football Preview: Garden City Buffaloes

    Twenty-eight seniors for Garden City head coach Brian Hill. The largest group of upperclassmen he's had in his seven years in charge of the Buffaloes. Last season the herd stampeded their way to seven straight wins before falling in their final two and missing out on the playoffs. 

  • Kain's four hits not enough to save Wingnuts in opener

    Harrison Kain went 4-for-4 but it was not enough for the Wichita Wingnuts as they dropped their 2016 opener to the Lincoln Saltdogs 6-1 Thursday night at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. After each starting pitcher retired the side in order in the first, Lincoln (1-0) opened the scoring in the second. Three singles loaded the bases with one out for Pat McKenna who lined a single to center field. The ball went past Wichita’s center fielder Kain, clearing the bases on the play and puttin...
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