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While it is games as usual at Lakeview Sports Complex and Feldhausen Field, social distancing is the top concern at Marysville Junior-Senior High.

Physical therapy three times a week and weights in the morning have helped Marysville High School senior Linda Franco in recovering from a severe knee injury.

Marysville Post 163 is on a three-game streak after wins last week against visiting Fairbury and at Valley Falls.

More youths were out for tennis this summer, which resulted in competitive tournaments.

Practice starts June 22 for all Marysville Swim Team members. Swim team practices will be daily for swimmers from 10:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for 13-and-older, and 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for 12-and-under.

Coaching basketball is an interest for 2019 Marysville High graduate Levi Nordhus, who is spending the summer working with sophomore Peyton Smith.

Ben Steinlage, Seneca, has played basketball for successful coaches in his career and he hopes to draw from that experience to head the Frankfort boys’ program this winter.

Cory Jensen will replace Kim Lohse as head boys’ basketball coach at Hanover High School starting next fall.

When it comes to fishing, Jack Lott has a lot of memories of time with family. That’s what keeps him going back to ponds, rivers and lakes hoping for the big catch.

Five people with Marshall County ties will compete Saturday in virtual runs rather than wait until September for the Bill Snyder Highway Half & 5K. The races were postponed until September because of COVID-19. 

Recreation ball practices were set to begin Friday as that is the day that Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly planned to move the state into Phase 2 of the reopening process.

Marysville seniors had big plans that included chances to qualify for state, win North Central Kansas League titles and to try to achieve numerous personal goals.

Jamie Minneman’s passion for coaching earned her the junior high girls’ basketball coach of the year award from the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association.

Marysville boys have an opportunity to play baseball for Post 163, which plans to sponsor a junior and a senior team, just not under the Kansas American Legion division.

May is national bike month and cycling has many benefits, said Pam Schroller, owner of Marysville Health & Fitness.

The 47th annual Kansas Shrine Bowl could be without a venue for its July 18 All-Star game since Washburn University has closed its campus to outside events the rest of the summer.

Running has been a source of therapy for Centralia senior Olivia Kuckelman, who prefers long runs and would have been among the top performers in the area.

Senior Emma Holthaus, Centralia, signed with Cloud County Community College last month and will compete in cross country and track and field. 

Kansas high school and junior high school coaches can start summer programs with their students on June 1, according to the Kansas State High School Activities Association’s spring meeting held online Friday.

Get fit with one of three difficulty levels using the Rack Performance app on a mobile device and raise money for Heart to Heart International while supporting Marysville Junior-Senior High.

The only break from playing basketball that Cale Green, Marysville, has taken since the second grade was to compete in track and field in college. Even then, he watched the game frequently.