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Brett Ballard on becoming the new head coach at Washburn


Hutchinson native Brett Ballard, who played at Hutch CC and KU, talks about becoming the newest head men's basketball coach at Washburn University. (Photo: Washburn Media Relations) [LISTEN]

Craw-Kan Team of the Week: Colgan Panthers Baseball


The Craw-Kan "Your Community Technology Partner" Team of the Week from the Southeast Kansas area is the St. Mary's Colgan Panthers baseball team for their three wins last week over the 2017 baseball season. [GO]

Kim Anderson on becoming the HC at Pittsburg State


Chet Kuplen and Mike Snow talk with Pittsburg State HC Kim Anderson on becoming the new HC for the Gorillas. Anderson comes from Mizzou where he was the head coach for three seasons. Prior to that, he led Central Missouri to 2014 NCAA-II Title. [LISTEN]

Labette Bank Athlete of the Month: Ashley Ray


The Labette Bank Athlete of the Month from the Southeast Kansas coverage area is Girard High School senior girls basketball player, Ashley Ray. [GO]

Nex-Tech Wireless AOM: Easton Slipke of Hoxie


The Nex-Tech Wireless Athlete of the Month from Western Kansas for their performance over the month of March is Hoxie junior guard Easton Slipke. [GO]

Nex-Tech Wireless Central KS A.O.M.: Taylor Robertson


The Nex-Tech Wireless Central Kansas Athlete of the Month for their play over the month of March 2017 is McPherson High School junior Taylor Robertson. [GO]

Rainbow Comm. Athlete of the Month: Wyatt Olberding


The Rainbow Communications Athlete of the Month from their Northeast Kansas coverage area over the month of March is Jackson Heights senior Wyatt Olberding for his play over the 2017 basketball season. [GO]

Ron Baker of Scott City talks NBA & NCAA Tourney at WSU


Chet Kuplen caught up with Ron Baker, guard of the New York Knicks, to talk about his roots from Scott City, Kansas to the NBA. (Photo: Wichita State Media Relations) [LISTEN]

20 yrs ago: Jacy Holloway of Moundrige on Iowa St. days


Chet Kuplen caught up w/ Moundridge native Jacy Holloway and talks about going from small town Kansas to the NCAA Sweet 16 back in 1997. Holloway led the Big 12 in assists in 1997. (Photo: Iowa State Athletics) [LISTEN]

Mitchell Ballock of Eudora named KS Gatorade POY


In its 32nd year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, today announced Mitchell Ballock of Eudora High School as its 2016-17 Gatorade Kansas Boys Basketball Player of the Year. [GO]

Sports in Kansas: 2017 Basketball Postseason Honors


Sports in Kansas has released all of its 2017 Basketball Postseason honors. [GO]

Sports in KS: 2017 Girls Basketball All-State Teams


Sports in Kansas has released its 2017 Girls Basketball All-State Teams from every classification. [GO]

Sports in KS: 2017 Girls Basketball Players of the Year


Looking at the 2017 Sports in Kansas Player of the Year Honorees. [GO]

Sports in KS: 2017 Girls Basketball Coaches of the Year


Coach of the Year Honorees from Sports in Kansas. [GO]

Sports in KS: 2017 Boys Basketball All-State Teams


Sports in Kansas has released its 2016-2017 All-State Boys Basketball Teams for every classification. [GO]

Sports in KS: 2017 Boys Basketball Players of the Year


Sports in Kansas has released its 2017 Boys Basketball Player of the Year honorees. [GO]

Sports in KS: 2017 Boys Basketball Coaches of the Year


Sports in Kansas has released its 2017 Basketball Coach of the Year Honorees from every classification in Kansas [GO]

2017 CRAW-KAN SOUTHEAST KS BOYS ALL-AREA BASKETBALL


Sports in Kansas has released the 2017 Craw-Kan "Your Community Technology Partner" Southeast Kansas All-Area Boys Basketball Team. [GO]

2017 CRAW-KAN SOUTHEAST KS GIRLS ALL-AREA BASKETBALL


Sports in Kansas has released the 2017 Craw-Kan "Your Community Technology Partner" Southeast Kansas All-Area Girls Basketball Team. Players are made up from the CNC, SEK and TRL leagues in Kansas. [GO]

2017 Boys State Basketball Tourney Recap


Chet Kuplen breaks down the eight classes of boys basketball at the 2017 KSHSAA State Basketball Tournament on the Kpreps Sports in Kansas Show. [LISTEN]