WEB ONLY: CHS Baseball stats
CHS baseball stats Andrew Parish is leading the way for the Chanute High School baseball team. A junior catcher, Parish is hitting .472 for the season. Parish has 34 hits, 15 RBIs, and just four strike outs. All are team highs. Parish isn't the only Blue Comet who's been productive, though. Grant McMillan has a team-high 27 runs scored and a team-high .522 on-base percentage. Brandon Bell has two home runs and 82 total plate appearances, b...
SLIDESHOW: 2010 SEK TRACK MEET
The 2010 SEK Track Meet was held on Friday in Iola. Included are: Matt Bollig in the javelin, Darian Rubow in the high jump, Tray Hodges in the pole vault and Justin Lawrence in the 800. Photos by Jason Peake, Tribune Call 431-4100 to purchase photo reprints.
2010 SEK TRACK MEET: Full results
The 2010 SEK Track Meet was held on Friday at Iola's Riverside Park. Pittsburg won the boys title and the girls title. Full results are below—Jason Peake, Tribune Sports Editor 2010 SEK Track Meet Girls team scores: 1. Pittsburg 152, 2. Chanute 111.5, 3. Iola 100, 4. LCHS 86.5, 5. Coffeyville 44, 6. Independence 27, 6. Fort Scott 27, 8. Parsons 6. Girls results (medalists only) 100—1. Thompson, COF, 13.22; 2. Wilson, IOL, 13.88; 3. Hon...
Chanute hosts golf invite
Tribune staff CHANUTE—Led by first place medalist Garrett Webster, who shot a 75, Independence claimed the Chanute Invite at Quarry Stone on Friday. Chanute’s Mitchell Hale, (38-39—77), was second and Cameron Wiltse, (42-39—81), third as the Blue Comets finished second in the team standings. Indy totaled 327, Chanute 336, Coffeyville 339, Iola 421 and Chanute 2 427. Skyler Miner shot an 85 (43-42) for ninth place. The next highest finish...
COMETS EARN LEAGUE TITLES
Jason Peake Tribune Sports Editor IOLA—The Chanute Blue Comets secured plenty of gold, but Pittsburg’s overall depth made all the difference. Despite several solid performances by the Blue Comets, the Purple Dragons won both the boys and girls league titles at the 2010 Southeast Kansas League Track Meet on Friday at Iola’s Riverside Park. Pittsburg’s girls took first place with 152 points. Chanute was second with 111.5 points and Iola was...
Blue Comets gain confidence
Jason Peake Tribune Sports Editor CHANUTE— A sweep may have slipped away, but the Chanute Blue Comets were still feeling good about themselves afterwards. Chanute split a baseball doubleheader with Fort Scott on Thursday at Neosho County Community College’s Hudson Field. Chanute took game one 5-2, but the Tigers rallied late for a 6-5 victory in the second game. Nevertheless, the Comets may have gained some confidence with the split. Why? ...
NCCC's Reaves signs with Cincinnati
Jason Peake Tribune Sports Editor CHANUTE— Bjonee Reaves wanted to play against the best. She’ll get that chance now. The Neosho County Community College women’s basketball standout has signed a letter of intent to play for the University of Cincinnati. Reaves made it official with a signing at NCCC on Wednesday afternoon. Reaves said she liked everything that Cincinnati had to offer. “I loved the coaching staff and the girls on the team...
SLIDESHOW: CHS BASEBALL
The Chanute High School baseball team hosted Fort Scott on Thursday at NCCC's Hudson Field. Included in the slideshow are Grant McMillan pitching, Quinton Schooley and Trevor Cole at the plate, Schooley at first, Cole sliding into home, catcher Andrew Parish, Sam Son pitching and Dustin Eccles rounding third. Photos by Jason Peake/Tribune To purchase a reprint of any of these photos, call the Tribune at 431-4100.
WEB UPDATE: Weather shakes up schedules
Due to the recent rain, several changes have been made to CHS schedules. Chanute's softball game at Fort Scott has been cancelled. Chanute's baseball team will now host Fort Scott at NCCC at 4:15 today. The SEK Track Meet was scheduled for Thursday, but due to the rain and wet conditions, the meet has been rescheduled for Friday at 3:30 p.m.
SEK Track Meet is Thursday in Iola
Tribune Sports Editor
The 2010 high school track season is now reaching the final turn and is heading down the home stretch.
The Southeast Kansas League Track Meet is today in Iola at Riverside Park. The field events begin at 3:30 p.m.
And for the Chanute Blue Comets, the expectations will be high.
The Chanute High School girls track team is the two-time defending league champion. Chanute’s girls won the SEK title l...
Blue Comets set for state tennis tourney
Jason Peake Tribune Sports Editor As three Chanute Blue Comets prepare for the Class 4A State Tennis Tournament this week, they’re working on honing the fundamentals of the game in preparation. But if you ask the Comets about a secret weapon, they’ll tell you it may lie in facial hair. Yes, Matt Stutt, Jacob Guiot and Mason Johnson are growing mustaches for the state tournament. “As a team, we all have a mustache now,” Guiot said. “It’s ...
NCCC Notebook: Panthers compete at region meet
The Neosho County Community College track team competed at the Region VI Championships this past weekend in Overland Park.
Neosho County fared well at the meet with several top performers.
Dane Birk won the hammer throw with a toss of 176-4. Taeshon Agee was third (164-0) and Zak Thompson took fourth (160-7).
Thompson was third in the shot put (51-6) and Dustin Green was sixth (48-2) and Junior Harper was ninth (43-4).
Sharp signs with Kansas State
Jason Peake Tribune Sports Editor CHANUTE—As long as she can remember, Brooke Sharp has wanted to be a Kansas State Wildcat. Now, she’s realizing that lifelong dream. A Chanute High School senior, Sharp has signed with Kansas State University, where she’ll continue her athletic and academic career. Sharp will participate in track and field for the Wildcats. Sharp made it official by signing a letter of intent on Tuesday at CHS. “It was...
Season ends for NCCC baseball, softball
Tribune staff LIBERAL—The 2010 season ended for the Neosho County Community College baseball team on Sunday at the Region VI Sub-Regional at Seward County. In the first round of the double elimination tournament, Colby defeated Neosho County 11-10. In round two, the Panthers defeated Labette 20-3. In the next round, Colby defeated Neosho County 12-4. The Panthers finished the season with a record of 32-26. Seward County and Colby were sc...
Jason Peake Tribune Sports Editor PARSONS—A stellar season continues and Chanute High School will once again be represented at the Class 4A State Tennis Tournament. The doubles team of Mason Johnson and Jacob Guiot and singles player Matt Stutt all qualified for state with their respective performances at the Parsons Regional on Friday and Saturday at Forest Park. Chanute was the regional runner-up behind Independence. “We did real well,”...
Gard, Bailey throw no-hitters vs. Coffeyville
Tribune staff COFFEYVILLE—Taylor Gard and Taylor Bailey pulled off a rare feat. Both Chanute High School pitchers threw no-hitters against Coffeyville on Thursday. The Chanute girls softball team won both games of the doubleheader, winning game one 3-1 and game two 9-0. “You don’t see two no-hitters in a doubleheader very often,” Chanute Coach Don Simmons said. “We had outstanding pitching and the defense played well. And we finally starte...
Chanute baseball sweeps Coffeyville
Tribune staff COFFEYVILLE—The offense came alive for the Chanute High School baseball team on Thursday at Coffeyville. The Blue Comets swept the Golden Tornado on the day. Chanute won game one 12-9 and then took game two 16-6. In the first game, Sam Son and Trevor Cole had three RBIs apiece. Andrew Parish drove in two runs. Grant McMillan and Tanner Gutierrez also had RBIs. Parish had three hits, while Son, Gutierrez, McMillan and Dust...
Comets qualify for state at tennis regional
Tribune staff PARSONS—The Chanute High School boys tennis team competed at the Parsons Class 4A Regional on Friday. Chanute Coach Wayne Woodyard said the doubles team of Mason Johnson and Jacob Guiot and singles player Matt Stutt have secured trips to the state tourney. Jimmie Quinn is still alive in singles play. The Comets will be back in action today. The doubles team of Ian Cheshier and Derick Manly saw their season end at the regiona...
CHS hosts track invite
Jason Peake Tribune Sports Editor CHANUTE—An old saying goes, “Competition breeds excellence.” And for Matt Bollig and Cody Catterson, the toughest competition comes from a teammate. Both Chanute High School javelin throwers had solid showings at the Thad Clements Invitational Track Meet on a windy Friday at the Chanute Community Sports Complex. A senior, Bollig took first place in the event with a throw of 168-9. A junior, Catterson was ...
SLIDESHOW: CHS TRACK INVITE
The Chanute High School track team hosted the annual Thad Clements Invitational on Friday at the Chanute Community Sports Complex. Included in the slideshow are Matt Bollig and Cody Catterson throwing the javelin, Morgan Olson handing off to Darian Rubow, Brooke Sharp in the high jump, Macy Harsch in the 4x800, Ethan Beck handing off to Justin Lawrence and the girls mile. Photos by Jason Peake, Tribune Sports Editor (Note: The photo of the ...