Jackson Rader, Marysville, has done well in golf tournaments this summer making up for no spring as a junior in high school.
An opportunity to play baseball in a competitive environment and to build a program that will feed into Marysville High School’s program are reasons behind John Haefele’s desire to start a Storm Chaser’s organization here.
Marysville High School coach Scott Brown wants youth to play HORSE, PIG and Knockout with friends and family and 3-on-3 with neighborhood kids to work on basketball skills.
As long as students are in school, healthy and have a physical on file, they can participate in fall sports practices according to Kansas State High School Activities Association.
Sabetha ran away with another Sunflower League swimming title and Seneca was second, but Marysville came home with broken records and several personal records to end the season.
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.
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.
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.