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Relays continued to show improvement for the Marysville boys’ track and field team last Thursday at Sabetha, which helped the Bulldogs win the 11-team meet with 136 points.

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Maddy Vermetten, Valley Heights, hasn’t really thought about going after her older sister’s school record in the discus.

Marysville's doubles team of Bryar O'Neil and Simeon Wassom placed fourth Saturday in a two-day regional in Salina to qualify for the 3-2-1A state tournament. 

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Marysville swept visiting Concordia 10-4, 5-4 Tuesday to close out the North Central Kansas League softball season.

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Tennis will be challenging Friday and Saturday for boys’ teams assigned to the Salina-Sacred Heart 3-2-1A regional.

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Marysville has an opportunity to win the North Central Kansas League boys’ tennis title Friday if the Bulldogs continue to play well.

Mistakes are costly against good teams like undefeated Clay Center, which is expected to be a 4A contender in the state tournament in late May.

Marysville is used to close baseball games and even those games that go into extra innings, but what the Bulldogs aren’t used to is a seven-game losing streak.

Trent Mars, Centralia, shot an 85 and was second Tuesday in the Centralia golf invitational at Onaga. He was 10 strokes behind Kobe Hoover, Washington County.

Keller Olson, Frankfort, improved in the long jump to win with a 20-foot 4.5-inch leap Tuesday in the Silver Lake Spring Meet.

Standout performances features top accomplishments by local and area athletes for the week in baseball, boys’ tennis, golf, softball and track and field. Performances are based on statistics, times, improvement, consistency. Performances are for a one-week time frame.

After scrambling to replace the Republic County Lions Club Invitational that was snowed out April 20, Marysville track and field teams held their own against mostly 4A schools Friday at Abilene.

Marysville lost 3-2, 13-2 Monday at Wamego in a North Central Kansas League softball doubleheader.

Both Marysville’s No. 1 entries went 3-0 Tuesday in a Manhattan boys’ tennis quad against teams from upper classifications.

An 0-2 outing against Abilene leaves Marysville, 7-3, looking ahead to Tuesday’s trip to Wamego for more North Central Kansas League action.

Standout performances features top accomplishments by local and area athletes for the week in baseball, boys’ tennis, golf, softball and track and field. Performances are based on statistics, times, improvement, consistency. Performances are for a one-week time frame.

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Following varsity high school athletic track and field performances for Marysville, Valley Heights, Axtell, Centralia, Frankfort and Hanover. Updated weekly. 

In the junior high track and field season opener last Thursday, Marysville coach Landon Wright said his seventh- and eighth-grade teams had a pretty good day.

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The newly constructed Blue Rapids Swimming Pool will open on May 28 of Memorial Day weekend. Daily hours will be noon to 1 p.m. for adult swimming and 1 to 8 p.m. for general swimming. Cost is $1 for adults and 50 cents for children. Manager is Alex Hardin, and assistant manager is Samantha …