After back-to-back touchdowns by visiting Colby, Marysville dug in to post a 45-21 win Friday in a first-round 3A playoff game.
In the 120-mile three-person coed relay event, Team Amy, a mix of riders from Lincoln and Omaha, Neb., won in 8 hours 54.14 minutes. Move Up Cycling Club Juniors 1, which had members from the Kansas City area, was second in 9:42:23, and the Move Up Cycling Club Juniors A, also a Kansas City …
Silas Miller, Marysville, ran a personal best 17:01.68 at Sabetha and was credited with breaking the school record. The school record was set in 2004 by MHS’ Dallas Leonard and not by Joe Smith.
Freshman Silas Miller, Marysville, had a pair of Wamego runners fairly close to him during most of last Thursday’s 5K North Central Kansas League cross country race.
Eighteen riders, two women and 16 men, are registered for the 120 open bikepacking two-day adventure that will kickoff the sixth annual Pony Express 120 Gravel Dash.
Doniphan West girls’ cross country team showed its dominance Saturday at the Centralia Invitational at Centralia Lake by taking the top three places and winning as a team with 17 points.
Despite Marysville's 12-0 lead in the first quarter and a Bulldog lead from start to finish, Friday's district game was a nailbiter at times all the way down to the 30-24 final.
Marysville will have no Homecoming game Friday, although festivities will still be held. The Bulldogs were set to play the Chapman Irish, but the team had to cancel because of COVID-19 spread in that school district.
Marysville girls’ tennis coach Mary Kessinger-Wassom tried different combinations and got five team points and fifth place Saturday in the Smoky Valley tournament.
Marysville boys’ cross country team debuted as No. 7 in the 3A polls last week and the Bulldogs showed they belonged with a runner-up finish at Wamego.