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Gabe Pieschl, Marysville, has been working this summer with his former high school basketball coach Scott Brown to get ready for a new adventure.

Tucked behind Immanuel Lutheran Church, Bremen, surrounded by crops and pasture, is a ball diamond that still attracts all ages.

Finishing the state tournament with an 0-3 record was not what Marysville’s Junior Legion players had in mind last week in Topeka..

Greg Scheele, Marysville, has coached and managed American Legion baseball teams the past 20 years and he was recognized for his work last week during the state Junior Legion tournament in Topeka.

Three times this summer Sabetha has won by one run against Marysville and the last time ended Post 163’s baseball season.

Marysville rolled to a 12-1 win against Corning in losers’ bracket play Tuesday in the Sabetha zone tournament.

After a 4-1 loss to Silver Lake Monday in Sabetha, Marysville faces must-win situations the rest of this week to earn a trip to the AA state tournament next week in Hays.

Former Marysville High School two-time state champion wrestler and Division II signee Jacob Mintzmyer will be the instructor at an Aug. 8-10 youth camp.

Registration is open for seven four-person teams to play in the Swinging Fore the Arts Golf Tournament and ParTee July 27 at Marysville Country Club.

At least one coed softball team is needed to fill an eight-team bracket for the Lew Whitson Family memorial tournament Aug. 10 in Barnes, Kan.

A strong showing in the USSSA 11AA state tournament in Lenexa, Kan., landed the NEK Storm Chasers sixth place out of 42 teams to finish the baseball season.

Elise Rose, Marysville, lost her first match in last week’s Tulsa Duals and then won the next five to help Team Kansas win the bronze bracket and take ninth overall.

Bremen lost 15-12 last Thursday to Hanover Blue and won 15-9 Monday against Valley Heights to wrap up the regular coach-pitch baseball season.

The draw to gravel racing in the Dirty Kanza is historic and attractive to Mark Hoffman, Marysville, and other Black Squirrel Cycling League members.

Tournament champions and campers of the year were awarded last week as Marysville’s annual youth tennis camp came to a close in City Park.

Marysville used a five-run sixth inning to return to winning Tuesday in a game against homestanding Wymore, Neb.

Emilee Ebert, Frankfort, will continue to be a Wildcat after she dropped an offer to play for Missouri State University. Instead she accepted a late offer to play for Kansas State University.

Elise Rose, Marysville, shined Saturday at the Southern Plains regional Freestyle tournament in Mulvane and that could set her up later this summer for a seed in the national tournament in Fargo, N.D.

A 5-0 record led to first place for the NEK Storm Chasers in the Boys R Back in Town USSSA Global NIT tournament June 1-2 in Omaha, Neb., and Council Bluffs, Iowa.

The format for the annual Marysville Classic baseball tournament has changed from bracket play to pool play for this weekend after Rossville dropped out of the tournament. 

Seven area football players will compete in the annual Kansas eight-man Division II All-Star game, which kicks off at 10 a.m. in Beloit.