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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.

It’s the rallies in pickleball that draw the most attention and a lot of praises during Monday evening games at tennis courts in City Park.

Biking wasn’t new to the majority of the 20-plus people who participated in Saturday’s Gravel 101 training meant to increase interest in gravel riding.

It isn’t often that a high school student gets to meet and interact with a professional tennis player, but Marysville girls and boys had that opportunity last week.

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.

How COVID-19 plays out on the campus of Kansas State University will determine how soon Centralia graduate Kamble Haverkamp gets a shot at a tryout for the Wildcats.

Homeschool children in sixth-grade through high school have an opportunity to compete in sports for the Northeast Kansas Saints.

Marysville running back and linebacker Storm Slupianek replaced Atreyau Hornbeak on the East squad for the 47th annual Kansas Shrine Bowl.

Golf as a family activity is on the rise at Marysville Country Club and new faces have joined the men’s league this summer.

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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.

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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.

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Experience will be Marysville Americal Legion SMN&R Post 163’s strongest suit this summer on the baseball diamond.

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. 

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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.