A pair of local athletes made the transition to play wheelchair basketball at the next level.
Baylor's Brady Heslip hit a three-pointer as time expired in regulation to send the game to overtime. The Bears went on to beat Kansas State…
Hayden High School hosted a Special Olympics basketball tournament on Saturday.
Perry Ellis led the Kansas with 32 points in the Jayhawks 95-65 win over TCU on Saturday.
Join the Kansas First News Sports team on the 'Full Court Press' for a recap of high school basketball games from across the area.
Dawson DeShazo from Silver Lake High School is our Scholar Athlete of the week.
The Washburn Rural bowling team won Thursday's boys and girls team titles, while Seaman's Ashton Bigger won the boys individual crown.
An easy to follow guide for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
The Jayhawks rallied to force overtime but Kansas State held on to grab its third win at Bramlage Coliseum since 1990 against KU.
Four football players from Topeka West sign to play with in-state colleges.
Kansas State freshman guard Marcus Foster was named the Big 12's Newcomer of the Week following his career-high 34 point performance against…
The Kansas Jayhawks travel to Manhattan to take on the Kansas State Wildcats on Monday night.
The Big 12 has suspended Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart three games following his altercation with a fan on Saturday night.
The Kansas Jayhawks knocked off West Virginia 83-69 on Saturday to improve to 9-1 in league play.
Kansas State beats Texas 74-57 behind a career-high 34 points from freshman guard Marcus Foster.
Check out all the scores from around the area in the Full Court Press with Alex Wiebel and Matt Gasper.
Kansas Jayhawks head coach Bill Self previews Saturday's match up against the West Virginia Mountaineers in his weekly press conference on F…
RJ Whitaker from Perry-Lecompton High School is our GameDay Super Store Scholar Athlete of the Week, presented by Kaw Valley Bank.
Kansas Jayhawk head football coach Charlie Weis met with the media on Thursday afternoon to discuss the Jayhawks 2014 recruiting class.
Mario Chalmers was handed a $5,000 fine by the NBA for flopping.