After taking the first two games of the series last week, the Junction City Brigade looked to sweep the Barn Baseball Academy Saturday night in front of its home crowd on Military Appreciation Night. Pitcher Jack Christian took the mound for the Brigade, and he delivered.
The Junction City Brigade celebrated a second straight win over Barn Baseball Academy Friday night with a fireworks display at Rathert Field.
Head coach Derek Francis and the Junction City Brigade wanted to get some innings out of starting pitcher Jayton Haggard Thursday night. Haggard delivered by giving them six of them; six strong ones. It was a good enough outing to give the Brigade a win in the first game of three against The…
With lightning in the area, play at the Junction City Brigade’s game Tuesday night was delayed for more than 45 minutes night against the Topeka Golden Giants. When the weather temporarily cleared up, JC pitcher Bryce Hestand took the mound and gave the Brigade another successful start in fr…
After the Junction City Brigade offense exploded for 20 runs in its last outing, the pitching took center stage in Friday night’s win over the visiting Liberty Monarchs. JC pitchers Riley and Jacob Taylor combined for a shutout in front of a well-engaged Junction City crowd at Rathert Field.
The Junction City Greco-Freestyle Wrestling Club participated in the Kansas State Tournament in Hutchinson June 1, and finished the weekend with some state champions.
With the Junction City Brigade trailing 12-7 to the Baldwin City Blues heading into the bottom of the ninth inning Monday night, it was not a fun baseball game by any means, according to head coach Derek Francis.
Although players only had a couple practices together, and he still didn’t have a full roster at his disposal, Junction City Brigade head coach Derek Francis was happy to see his team in some live action against the Kansas City Knights Friday night.
After winning the Cowdin Cup last season, head coach Derek Francis heads into this year fielding a Junction City Brigade roster with a lot of new faces.
Chapman’s Aaron Modrow feels that he’s been physically capable the last couple years to win a state championship, but mentally he wasn’t. After a really tough race in the 1,600-meter run at the K-Relays, he hit a breaking point. Modrow dropped himself out of the race after the third lap, and…
Keiana Newman left her mark in the Junction City High School track program after adding another 100-meter hurdle state championship to her resume. She finished with a time of 14.85 seconds at the state track meet in Wichita this weekend. Despite accomplishing this feat, Newman realized it wa…
Chapman sophomore Taylor Briggs went into the home stretch in Saturday’s 1,600-meter run as the crowd erupted, and she broke away from the rest of the pack.
WICHITA — The state track meet was hampered by wet weather Friday, but high school athletes were back in action at Wichita's Cessna Stadium Saturday.
Chapman High School’s track and field team traveled to Abilene High School Friday to compete in the Kansas State High School Activities Association 4A regional meet, and many athletes be advancing to state. The top four finishers in events all qualified.
The Junction City track and field team participated in the Kansas State High School Activities Association 6A regional track meet at Lawrence Free State High School Friday. The top four finishers in each event qualified for the state tournament, and JC will have many athletes moving on to th…
The Junction City softball team suffered a 13-1 loss to Topeka High School in the regional playoff round Thursday afternoon, but coach Aaron Craig’s head is not hanging low. Remembering where this team was just a year ago from now, he is encouraged with the current track the team is on.
Junction City Athletic Director Matthew Westerhaus has compiled a list of summer opportunities for Junction City student athletes.
The thing about playing the same team in both the first and last games of the season to Junction City girls soccer coach Mitchell Dehoff is that it’s a good measuring stick. It’s a culmination of everything the team has gone through over the course of a long season.
Junction City senior swimmer Reece Boland (right) is being considered to compete at state. Boland recently scored a personal best time in the 100-yard breast stroke with a time of 1.16:26. She also placed third at league Friday, earning a medal. Paperwork has been sent to officials and Bolan…
It began in Junction City tennis player Kody Westerhaus’s sophomore year when coach Matthew Micheel felt his team needed a lift. Westerhaus delivered on Micheel’s request in a big way.
Chapman baseball coach Judd Liebau and the rest of his staff saw a doubleheader sweep coming. With wins hard to come by for a large part of the season, the Fighting Irish’s work ethic never faltered. And their hard work paid off Friday afternoon in a doubleheader sweep against St. Mary’s.
It’s all about the start, Junction City head softball coach Aaron Craig said. A start to a game often dictates how the rest of the game will go, and that was certainly the case Friday afternoon as JC dropped two games to Emporia.
Tuesday night’s soccer matchup against Wichita Warriors Homeschool looked all too familiar for Lady Jay coach Mitchell Dehoff. It looked a lot like the team’s past couple games.
The Junction City girls swimming team finished in first place at the Hays invitational meet Monday. Many swimmers had great performances en route to the first-place finish.
Junction City tennis coach Matthew Micheel has been focused on getting his team to play with intensity this season. He feels playing with that sort of confidence helps with the overall play.
Out of the 80 minutes his team played Friday night, head soccer coach Mitchell Dehoff thinks the Lady Jays played 75 great ones. But, it was the five minutes in which they didn’t that ended up costing them.
After giving up seven goals on Monday night, Lady Jay head soccer coach Mitchell Dehoff’s main focus in practice this week was on the defense. The result of Friday’s matchup with Emporia High School looks to have been a reflection of that.
Junction City track and field coach Randall Zimmerman saw signs that indicated Sherrie Jones may soon have a breakout performance. He said he knew she was capable.
The Junction City Blue Jay tennis team participated in a quadrangular Tuesday afternoon against Manhattan, Marysville and Highland Park High School. Aaron Reutzel finished in second place by leading his team in the top singles flight. Reutzel dropped his first match to Marysville, but came b…
Although the Junction City track team was coming off a quick turnaround, having a meet just a couple days ago, coach Randall Zimmerman was pleased with his team’s efforts on Monday.
On a day that saw cold, snowy and high water conditions, more than 45 teams gathered at Milford Lake March 30 to compete in the Cabela’s King Kat National Qualifier Tournament.
Down a run, Junction City had the bases loaded with no outs in the seventh inning. The Blue Jays already had scored two in the inning and were looking to turn the game for good.
Head coach Aaron Craig has learned a lot during his four years being a coach at Junction City. Whether it’s coaching football or softball, or any sport for that matter, one thing that remains constant is how big a deal it is facing off with Manhattan High School.
Pitcher Rachel Duer took the mound Thursday afternoon against Marysville High School in game one of a Chapman softball doubleheader. Duer is doing something new this season, thanks to the green light from head coach Eileen Webster.
Never Surrender MMA held a Full Battle Rattle event Saturday night at the Courtyard by Marriott in Junction City. Many fans from Junction City and Fort Riley came out to show support on a night that presented 14 fights featuring Brazilian jiu-jitsu, mixed martial arts and kickboxing styles.
After an overtime game Thursday night against Wichita West High School, the Junction City Lady Jay soccer team found themselves in a familiar situation Monday night against Wichita Southeast High School. With both teams failing to punch one into the net during regulation, JC entered an overt…
Although the Junction City Lady Jays soccer team fell to Wichita Classical 4-1 Tuesday night, JC head coach Mitchell DeHoff saw an encouraging second half from his team. And that stellar second-half performance translated into a Thursday night win over Wichita West High School.
The Chapman Lady Fighting Irish softball team’s 2018 record may be a little deceiving. The team recorded only four wins while suffering 17 losses, but the record fails to represent many close games the Lady Irish were on the wrong side of.