The Highland Park Scots are searching for their first win on the varsity level since 2012 as they begin their 2014 football season on Friday…
The Emporia Spartans are locked and loaded with a new head coach as they begin their 2014 football season on September 5.
The Santa Fe Trail Chargers enter a new league this season with new expectations.
Hiawatha football prepares for another trip to the postseason in Class 3A.
Nemaha Central begins its inaugural season on the gridiron this year.
The Sabetha Bluejays look to continue their run of making it to the postseason.
Riverside begins its first season in the Big Seven League.
The ACCHS Tigers begin the season at home against Hiawatha.
The Holton Wildcats carry on their rich tradition and look to build on their (27-1) record over the last two seasons.
The Royal Valley Panthers hope to erase the memories of last season when the team went winless.
The Little League World Series U.S. championship game took place on Saturday in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
Jeff West looks to have another strong season on the gridiron in 2014.
Perry-Lecompton is in search to improve on back-to-back three-win campaigns.
Wamego football missed out on the postseason last year despite a seven-win campaign.
The Wabaunsee Chargers have one of the smallest depth charts in Kansas but look to return to the postseason.
The Riley County Falcons aim to remain a consistent playoff program.
The Rock Creek Mustangs look to bounce back after a two-win season in 2013.
The Silver Lake Eagles aim for a repeat state championship in Class 3A.
Two Kansas running backs, Taylor Cox and Brandon Bourbon, will both miss the 2014 season after sustaining injuries during practice.
The Rossville Bulldawgs were one win away from reaching the Class 3A state championship.