• 1st & Ten: Andale Indians

    It's the end of an era and the start of a new one in Andale. After 15 years and three state championships, Gary O'Hair decide to hang up the whistle. Now Dylan Schmidt takes charge. 

  • 1st & Ten: Wichita Southeast Golden Buffaloes

    The Southeast Golden Buffaloes have a new head coach as Erik Dobbins takes command of the herd. They will be in good hands with senior signal caller Tarik Adkins back under center and Brandon Payne back as a defensive back. 

  • Beaty stops by Wichita for KU Kickoff event

    Kansas head coach David Beaty took time to stop by the Kansas Alumni Association's KU Kick-off event in Wichita on Thursday night. This was after his Jayhawks wrapped up their 18th day at fall camp. Beaty gave KAKE Sports an update as his team is just a couple weeks from kicking off their regular season. 

  • 1st & Ten: Wichita South Titans

    The Wichita South Titans have a new head coach as Paul Lopez takes the reins of the program. He was on staff last year and has learned from some of the best minds in athletics.

  • 1st & Ten: Andover Trojans

    The Andover Trojans are under the direction of a new head coach as Cade Armstrong comes over from Derby. 

  • 1st and Ten: Trinity Academy

    The Wichita Trinity Academy Knights are not too thrilled about their 3-6 finish to last season, but they do have plenty of returning talent despite having small numbers. 

  • 1st and Ten: Valley Center

    The Valley Center Hornets are coming off a historic 2016 when they won nine games and eventually fell in the Class 5A playoffs to Great Bend. This fall they hope to defend it. Nineteen seniors lead the club and they will once again have their hands full in the AVCTL II, a league head coach Caleb Smith says has no "gimme" games.    "I don't think motivating is hard except for when you lose a game or two and then how we respond to adversity is going to be the ...
  • Vote for Tulsa/Wichita State rivalry series name

    Wichita State and Tulsa will start a new rivalry series competition that will span across 13 varsity sports next year, their athletic departments announced. They are counting on fans to vote on the name. The three to choose from will be, "Battle for the Plains," "Tornado Alley Tussle," and "Havoc in the Heartland." 

  • 1st and Ten: Wichita West

    The Wichita West Pioneers enter year six under head coach Weston Schartz. During these grueling two-a-days the legendary high school coach says he is figuring out who wants to pay the price and who doesn't.   One thing the Pioneers hope to shore up this season is their defense. 

  • Kansas to honor former coach Mangino during season opener

    Kansas plans to honor former coach Mark Mangino, who was forced out amid allegations that he abused his players, and the rest of the 2007 team that won the Orange Bowl, during its season opener. 

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    Shocker volleyball picked first in preseason AAC poll

    The Shocker volleyball team is picked to finish first in their first year in the American Athletic Conference. Today the AAC released their preseason coaches poll and WSU is on top with seven first place votes. Chris Lamb's squad returns eight letterwinners and four starters from last year's MVC tournament champions and NCAA Tournament participants. Senior middle blocker Abbie Lehman and senior setter Emily Hiebert were named to the preseason all-conference team. Their first game i...
  • Hernandez announces third professional fight

    Nico Hernandez will return to the ring for his third fight on Sept. 23 at Hartman Arena in Park City, Kan. The Wichita native will battle Mexican flyweight Francisco "Guerrero" Lapizco (8-5, 2 2 KOs). "My opponent has never been stopped. Obviously, he has more professional experience than me, and I understand he likes putting pressure on his opponent. I want to be the first to stop this guy," Hernandez said. "I also want the boxing world to know I'm coming f...
  • Shockers get highest attendance ranking in more than 30 years

    Wichita State men's basketball attendance topped the 10,000-mark for a 14th consecutive year and ranked 34th nationally, according to the NCAA's final 2016-17 report. 

  • Jayhawks cruise again on Italy Tour with 92-61 rout

    From kuathletics.com It was déjà vu for Kansas men's basketball as the Jayhawks cruised to a 92-61 win against the Players Group Thursday evening at Honey Sport City.

  • Chipper Jones makes statement in Kansas Stars win

    Chipper Jones made it to Wichita and ended up smacking a three RBI double in the eighth as the Kansas Stars rolled past the Liberal Bee Jays 8-0 in 8 innings. They finish pool play a perfect 3-0. Jones says he will play with the Stars for the rest of the tournament and would have loved to participate in this type of tournament when he was younger. "If I had been subjected to something like this I would've thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity whether it's coming out here and play...
  • KU basketball wins opener in Italy

     Kansas men's basketball opened its tour of Italy in fine fashion, outdistancing Stella Azzurra HSC Roma, 90-56

  • Day 11 at the NBC World Series

    Highlights from Day 11 of the NBC World Series.
  • Weber agrees to two-year contract extension with K-State

    Kansas State and head men's basketball coach Bruce Weber have agreed to a two-year contract extension through the 2020-21 season, director of athletics Gene Taylor announced today. The sixth year head coach will be paid $2.15 million for this upcoming season, $2.25 million the following, $2.35 million in 2019-20 and $2.45 million in 2020-21. "I have had the opportunity to observe our men’s basketball program and visit with Bruce on multiple occasions since I became athlet...
  • Garrido inducted into NBC Hall of Fame

    Augie Garrido, the winningest baseball coach in NCAA history, was inducted into the National Baseball Congress' Hall of Fame on Monday night. Garrido won five national championships as a head coach, three of those at Cal State-Fullerton and two at the University of Texas.