Last week we broke down Linn County’s high school boys’ basketball teams and presented first and second All County teams and this week we will do the same for the girls. As it was with the boys’ teams, selection for the girls’ teams is determined by stats and seeing the girls play.
Before we begin, let’s review how each team did this season.
Pleasanton had the best season overall with a seventh place TRL finish and a 6-5 league record. The Lady Jays were 14-8 overall.
The Lady Hawks finished their season 10th in TRL play with a 3-8 league record and a 3-18 record overall.
The Lady Buffs finished seventh in the Pioneer League with a 2-10 league record and a 4-17 record overall.
Jayhawk and Prairie View were eliminated in the first round of their respective sub-state tournaments while Pleasanton went 1-1 in their sub-state tournament.
KSHSAA has officially cancelled all spring sports and all activities for the remainder of the school year. Here is the statement from the KSHSAA website. “The KSHSAA is committed to the safety of our student-participants and the health of our... [More]
rn UPDATE – Wednesday, March 18, 2020 rn The USA Clay Target League thanks all of our athletes, parents, coaches, and sponsors for their patience and understanding in this unprecedented time. rn The League is announcing a Modified 2020 Spring Season that... [More]
- Wellsville loss finishes Lady Buffs’ season
- Jayhawk boys fall just short to Yates Center in sub-state tournament
- Jayhawk Wrestling Club takes 10 wrestlers to State
- Prairie View football defeats Caney Valley, advances to play Columbus in regional round
- Prairie View cross country hosts Ramsey Invitational
- A day to remember: Lady Buff seniors help sweep Oz in home finale
- Pleasanton baseball falls to Northeast; softball gets first wins of season
- Pleasanton places 7th in TRL tournament
SPECIAL: Governor Kelly issues Executive Order to help meet surging demand for unemployment benefits for workers affected by COVID-19
Executive Order 20-17 will draw down millions in federal stimulus dollars to cope with record demand Today Governor Laura Kelly signed Executive Order 20-17 to ensure Kansas can draw down millions in federal dollars under the federal CARES Act. The federal... [More]
TOPEKA – People who attended the Kansas East Jurisdiction’s 2020 Ministers and Workers Conference at the Miracle Temple Church of God in Christ located at 2106 Quindaro Blvd, Kansas City, KS, 66104 from March 16-22, may have been exposed to the novel... [More]
TOPEKA, KS - Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the DNC has approved the following changes to the Kansas Democratic Party’s 2020 Primary Election schedule to ensure a safe and fair electoral process. To best protect the safety of all Kansas Democrats... [More]
- SPECIAL: ORDER of the Linn County Public Health Officer
- BREAKING NEWS
- Steven Louis Finley 05-24-1966 to 06-15-2019
- Wanda Sheppard 06-10-1926 to 01-08-2019
- Jack Edward Scott 01-22-1925 to 06-10-2019
- Lloyd Eugene “Gene” Dixon 10-31-1938 to 06-11-2019
- John R. Markley, DVM 04-23-1934 to 05-22-2019
- Bobby J. Wurtz 02-01-1936 to 05-14-2019
The COVID-19 outbreak has made any activity with groups of people difficult to accomplish. Churches certainly fit this category, but the worship of God must continue in both good and bad circumstances. Many churches have made adjustments on how to serve their congregations during... [More]
A group of students from across the county have come together in an effort to help those in need during this pandemic and a shelter-in-place order. Headed by Pleasanton High School student Cole Cunningham, the group is working with the Linn County Sheriff’s Office and... [More]
School in the traditional sense has been cancelled but our local students are still going to receive their education, just in a different manner. All three county school districts, Prairie View, Jayhawk-Linn and Pleasanton, are working this week to... [More]
- Free books for all children through age 5 Dolly Parton Imagination Library funded for children of Linn County!
- Gerken retires from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
- SEK-CAP needs your feedback
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- Mound City Library to host events for summer reading program
- A look at inpatient treatment options, part two
- 6 educators retire from Linn County schools
- New Lancaster Bike Blessing Breakfast Saturday, May 19