High School Sports
11 players earn 13 All-SEK spots
Eleven members of Fort Scott High School's football team received 13 places on the first or second teams or the Honorable Mention list on the All-Southeast Kansas League Football Team. The All-SEK team was not released, per league policy, until all league teams' seasons were complete. Thus, the list could not be released until Coffeyville played in the Class 4A State Championship Game Saturday, which it lost to Buhler 31-14...
Tigers prepare for Thursday start
Fort Scott High School's basketball teams held Red & White Scrimmages at the FSHS gymnasium Monday night as they prepare for their season openers against Willard (Mo.) at the Willard Four-State Classic Thursday night. Fort Scott's girls led off the scrimmage. The varsity and JV teams went first, going for 15 minutes with a running clock. Then the freshmen played for 10 minutes, also with a running clock, before the varsity/JV played 15 more minutes...
KSHSAA releases post season assignments
The Kansas State High School Activities Association released post-season assignments for basketball and wrestling Monday morning. The impact of the split of Class 4A into two divisions for basketball was evident right away. This summer, the majority of Class 4A schools, mostly the smaller ones, voted to split the classification into two divisions for some sports, basketball among them. ...
Four earn soccer honors; two named All-SEK volleyball
Four members of Fort Scott High School's soccer team received All-Southeast Kansas League honors recently as did two members of the Tiger volleyball team. It is league policy not to release All-League teams until each school's post-season run in that sports is complete. For that reason, the All-SEK football team will not be announced until Coffeyville is eliminated...
Tiger girls picked to repeat in SEK
PITTSBURG -- Fort Scott High School's girls were picked to defend their Southeast Kansas League title in a pre-season poll conducted and presented by KHSQ Radio here Monday afternoon. Tiger girls received five first-place votes and scored 35 total points followed by Chanute with one first-place vote and 30 points and Labette County with the other first-place vote and 21 points...
Eagle athletes well represented on All-TRL teams
Nine players were picked in 12 spots as Uniontown High School was well-represented on the All Three-Rivers Eight-Man Football Team. The Eagles, who finished in second place in the eight-man division to Chetopa, trailed only the Green Hornets in honors. Chetopa had 12 players slected for 20 spots...
Paola knocks Tigers out of playoffs
PAOLA -- Paola tailback Jeremy Criddle scored on two long touchdown runs in the first half here Tuesday night and Fort Scott High was not able to recover as the Panthers went on to a 24-7 victory in a Class 4A Bi-District Playoff Game at Panther Field...