The Lady Jays traveled to Wakefield on Thursday to challenge the Sub-state Tournament host school in a semifinal matchup that on paper looked like there should be an easy victory. What the papers do not show is that Wakefield is a tough, scrappy team that has played some great teams which resulted in a sub .500 record. The Blujays were coming off a 9 day break and knew there would be rust issues. They enter the contest the #1 seed and boast a 14-1 overall record.
The Beloit ladies faced Phillipsburg in Panther territory on Monday in the first round of 3A Sub-state basketball action and ended their season at 3-13 overall, 3-6 in league play as the Lady Panthers upped their season to 18-2 and 10-1 in the Mid Continent League to advance in the tournament.
LENEXA – Now through May 15, Kansas residents may select Ambetter from Sunflower Health Plan for healthcare coverage in 87 counties – including Mitchell, Jewell, Cloud, Lincoln, Republic and Clay counties – through the federal Health Insurance Marketplace. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced a special enrollment period (SEP) for individuals and families to apply and enroll for the coverage they need.
HAYS – The Beloit Trojans sent three qualifying wrestlers to state on Saturday during the 3-2-1A State Wrestling at the Fort Hays State Coliseum and returned to Beloit with a State Champion, and third and fourth place athletes.
The St. John’s/Tipton Boys hosted the Wakefield Bombers in the first round of the Sub- State tournament on Friday, entering as the #2 seed, and the Bombers the #7 seed and came up victorious for the 71-52 win to advance into Friday's Sub- State game against Wilson on March 6. The Dragons bring a 9-9 record and the game should be a fight from the opening whistle.