• Wichita native selected as KSHSAA executive director-elect

    The Executive Board of the Kansas State High School Activities Association announced today, that Bill Faflick, of Wichita, Kansas, has been selected as Executive Director-Elect of the KSHSAA effective July 1, 2017. On July 1, 2018, Faflick will become the seventh Executive Director of the KSHSAA succeeding current Executive Director, Gary Musselman of Silver Lake. 

  • High school state championship scores

    State championship basketball scores from all across Kansas.

  • High school basketball scores Monday (Feb. 27)

    High school basketball scores from all across KAKEland from Monday, February 27th.

  • Tuesday's high school basketball scores

    High school basketball scores from all across KAKEland - Tuesday, February 14th.

  • Friday's high school basketball results (Feb. 10)

    High school basketball scores from all across KAKEland - Friday, February 10th.

  • Saturday's high school basketball scores

    High school basketball scores from Saturday, January 28th.

  • High School basketball scores Tuesday Jan. 24th

    BOYS' BASKETBALL    Andale 59, Augusta 50    Clifton-Clyde 38, Solomon 37    Goddard-Eisenhower 69, Maize 48    Hays 65, Lotus School of Excellence, Colo. 42    Kapaun Mount Carmel 60, Wichita Heights 53    Lawrence Free State 74, Lansing 42

  • Friday's high school basketball results

    Kansas high school basketball scores and highlights from games played on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. 

  • High school basketball scores, Monday, Jan. 16

    High school basketball scores and highlights from games played on Jan. 16, 2017.

  • Kansas high school basketball scores Tuesday Jan. 10

    High school basketball scores from all across Kansas - Tuesday, January 10th.

  • Kansas high school basketball scores Friday Jan. 6

    Scores and highlights from Kansas high school basketball games played on Friday Jan. 6, 2017

  • High school basketball scores Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017

    High school basketball scores from games played on Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017.

  • Derby community celebrates state champion Panthers

    The community of Derby has plenty to celebrate in their high school football team. On Monday the city held a public celebration for their 6A State Champion Panthers.

  • Derby tops Blue Valley 17-14 for Kansas 6A state title

    Dan Dawdy threw for 224 yards and two touchdowns, Blayten Tullis kicked the go-ahead field goal with 27 seconds left and Derby beat Blue Valley 17-14 for the Kansas 6A state title on Saturday. Brody Kooser added 139 yards rushing for the Panthers (13-0), who also beat the Tigers (12-1) in last year's title game. It was the third championship for Derby and second in four years.

  • Bishop Miege rolls past Buhler 53-21 for Kansas 4A-I title

    Carter Putz threw for 343 yard and five touchdowns, three of them going to Jafar Armstrong, and Bishop Miege rolled to a 53-21 victory over Buhler on Saturday in the Kansas 4A-I title game. Landry Weber also had a touchdown for the Stags (12-1), who lost their opener to 6A state runner-up Blue Valley before ripping off 12 straight wins. That included a 52-0 blowout of Basehor-Linwood in the semifinals that gave Bishop Miege a shot at its third consecutive state title.

  • Pratt beats Hayden 48-14 for Kansas 4A-II state title

    Travis Thies piled up 261 yards and four touchdowns to lead Pratt to a 48-14 victory over Hayden in the Kansas 4A-II state championship game Saturday. The Greenbacks (12-1), who were just 4-5 a year ago, were never challenged by their rival from Topeka in winning their first state championship in 21 years.

  • Mill Valley beats Goddard 35-34 in OT for Kansas 5A title

    Mill Valley took advantage of a missed extra point by Goddard in overtime, scoring a touchdown and converting its own point-after for a 35-34 victory Saturday in the Kansas 5A state championship. Brody Flaming threw for 200 yards and five touchdowns, including a 10-yard pass to Evan Rice in overtime, as the Jaguars (9-4) capped a remarkable turnaround following four losses early in the season.

  • Troy beats Plainville 28-24 for Kansas 2-1A state title

    Reid Greaser threw for 374 yards and four touchdowns, including the go-ahead score late in the third quarter, to help Troy beat Plainville 28-24 on Saturday in the Kansas 2-1A championship game. Brody Winder had five catches for 207 yards and two touchdowns for the Trojans (13-0), who were making their second straight trip to the title game.

  • Rossville beats Hesston 48-42 in OT for Kansas 3A title

    Jacob Bradshaw threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more, including a 10-yard run in overtime, to give Rossville a 48-42 victory over Hesston in the Kansas 3A state title game Saturday. Bradshaw was 11 of 16 for 148 yards while adding 275 yards on the ground for the Bulldogs (12-1), who won their second state championship in the past three years. Dawson Hammes added 106 yards and two touchdowns, while Cole Schumacher had nine catches for 135 yards and three scores.

  • 8-Man State Championships

    Kansas 8-Man State Championship games were played in Newton Saturday. Division I: The Osborne Bulldogs defeated the St. Francis Indians by a score of 38-24. Division II: The Hanover Wildcats beat the Dighton Hornets 68-22. This was the Wildcat's third straight trip to the state title game, and their first win of the three.
  • KAKE Team of the Week: Garden City Buffaloes

    The Garden City Buffaloes finished their regular season undefeated, and now return home to begin the playoffs. Their dominant season makes them our KAKE Team of the Week.

  • Week 7 Kansas high school football scores

    Week 7 Kansas high school football scores from the Associated Press:    Abilene 50, Wamego 14    Andover Central 7, Rose Hill 0    Anthony-Harper-Chaparral 27, Cheney 6    Arkansas City 56, Newton 35    Attica/Argonia 50, Kiowa County 0    Baldwin 60, KC Bishop Ward 0    Basehor-Linwood 48, KC Piper 34    Bishop Miege 51, Eudora 0    Blue Valley 42, BV Northwest 7    Blue Valley South...
  • KAKE Team of the Week: Derby Panthers

    The Derby Panthers are the top rated team in the state and for good reason. The undefeated defending Class 6A champions are ranked 88th in the nation, according to MaxPreps as they have posted a 38-4 record since 2013. "We just really didn't pay attention to that, you know what I mean, just stuck to our game plan and kept our heads cool and just played how we play," senior receiver and KU football commit Kenyon Tabor said. Last Friday the Panthers paid fellow state power B...

  • Week 5 High School Football Scores

    High school football scores from Week 5 in Kansas from the Associated Press.

  • Team of the Week: Andale Indians

    The Andale Indians are putting up monster numbers offensively while rolling to a 3-0 start.  Last week they had more than 500 yards rushing against Mulvane in a 61-52 shootout. They like that ground and pound style at AHS. 

  • Week three high school football scores

    Week three high school football scores from around KAKEland. 

  • 1st & 10 Preview: Salina South Cougars

    Sam Sellers and his Salina South Cougars are not too happy with their 5-5 finish a year ago. They just could not get in a rhythm, according to Sellers. This will be one of the youngest groups Sellers can remember with only nine seniors, but they do have returners like lock down defensive back Devin Johnson and wide receiver Tanner  Raubenstine, who could be the next big play guy at South. The goals never change in Cougar country and that is to be there on the last Saturday in N...
  • 1st & 10 Previews: Derby Panthers

    The Derby Panthers are well established as a Kansas High School football powerhouse. The 2015 Class 6A Champions have won two-of-the-last-three titles and could be primed to add another this year. A lot of their success has to do with continuity and keeping things the same. "For the most part it's kind of what we do. The kids start in second grade and they build off on it from third, fourth, fifth, sixth all the way up to high school. So we kind of keep our system that we do an...
  • 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.