TOPEKA – The KSHSAA Board of Directors (BOD) met in a virtual format with all 78 members in attendance on Tuesday to discuss several items pertaining to the winter activity season. The BOD voted in favor to begin the winter activity competition season Dec. 1 and continue through Dec. 22 before taking a winter moratorium for practice and competition (no practice and no competition) beginning Dec. 23.
The Beloit Trojans football season ended with a 5-7 record on Friday after their second round loss to Hoisington, this time in Sub-State action. The Cardinals shut out the Trojans 26-0 for the win and the advancement for a chance at this years state title. Hoisington is now undefeated at 12-0 and will face the 12-0 Rossville team in the 2A State Championship game competition on Saturday in Salina.
Beloit Senior Anthony Henke has been named the NCKSSports.com/ Cunningham Telephone and Cable Athlete of the Week.
TOPEKA – Earlier yesterday, the KSHSAA Executive Board received and reviewed data regarding the impact of COVID-19 on the interscholastic activity programs. In recognition of the recent rapid deterioration of Kansas health evidenced by elevated positivity rates, the impact of other illnesses on top of COVID-19 in an overburdened health care system, and moving interscholastic activities indoors, the Executive Board unanimously supported proposing these alterations for consideration by the full Board of Directors. Those actions would adjust the beginning of the competition date to the winter activity season and extend the winter moratorium. The full details of the recommendations are below.
BELOIT – St. John's Catholic High School Senior, Lauryn Dubbert, officially signed her letter of intent recently to play basketball at the collegiate level at Newman University in Wichita.