Winter Sports

Isaiah Wilson and Josh Ybarra, Business Editor

Boys basketball-

“We have had our ups and downs, but at the end of the day I think we have gotten better,” senior Brandon Walker-Ladish said.

The boys have a 14-9 overall record and a ended with a 6-4 league record. Having a new head coach, Ken Darting, has brought the team together.


Girls Basketball-

“I mean it’s going pretty good, we have already passed the record we had last year,” junior Alie Fulks said.  

The lady T-birds are 9-12 this year, which is an improvement from last year’s six wins. Lauren Fleischer is the only senior playing this year and the girls look forward to next season.


Boys Bowling-

“We did fairly good, and ended with a winning record,” junior Alec Elskamp said.

The team competed in eight meets this year, taking 1st in four and 2nd in the other four meets. Having 14 seniors; the upperclassmen helped lead the boys to winning the United Kansas Conference title.


Girls Bowling-

“At the beginning of the season our competition underestimated us but now we won regionals and are going to state on a high note,” senior Erin Mayfield said.

It is always a good year when the team breaks a school record. The girls bowled a combined score of 3,160 in regionals which is a record performance. On top of that, they won the United Kansas Conference title.


Boys Swim-

“The season was great, and the new guys showed lots of improvement throughout the year,” junior Tanner Carter said.

The team had a new coach, Mr. Riley Propps, and they were satisfied with how their season ended with a overall well final showing in regionals.



“I think we just had a bond and it helped us grow together,” senior Freddy Maisberger said.

The wrestlers won the title their first season being a part of the United Kansas Conference with a 29-2 overall record. The wrestling team also had 11 wrestlers who made it to state including seniors Freddy Maisberger and Cade Wathke who have also been selected for the Sr. Classic All-Star Dual.