LOUISBURG — Jaden Vohs, Jerynce Brings Plenty, Noah Cotter and Hayden Ross all placed in the top 10 at the Louisburg Invitational, leading the Wildcat boys to the team title by one point.
PAOLA — Miami County commissioners recently recognized Olympians Derrick Mein and Bubba Starling, who represented the county in the 2021 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
LOUISBURG — The Lady Cats lost the first two sets against the Lady Broncos in a best three-out-of-five matchup of state-ranked volleyball programs.
SPRING HILL — Quarterback Fletcher Pankey threw four touchdown passes as the Spring Hill Broncos opened the season with a 31-0 shutout against the Louisburg Wildcats at home Friday, Sept. 3.
SPRING HILL — The Spring Hill cross country program is ready to take on the Frontier League and challenge for regional and state honors.
SPRING HILL — The Bronco football team returns some of the premier players in the Frontier League from last season in senior defensive back Zach Knowlton, senior tight end Kameron Crotchett, senior wide out Daniel Mitchell and junior running back Draven Pipken. Knowlton was a first-team Spot…
There is no place I would rather be this week than Miami County. It has been my home since I was a nervous kid coming here from the North County suburbs of St. Louis.
SPRING HILL — Thirty-one Spring Hill graduates from the class of 2021 who are headed off to college this fall represent the purple and gold.
PAOLA — For the past 11 years, a dedicated group of girls have been battling the heat at the Paola Firehouse Gymnasium to work on their skills at the Marcum Volleyball Academy.
ST. GEORGE, Utah — Jordyn Knecht was not exactly surfing the internet for a college to wrestle for, but oddly enough, a surfing competition landed her at Dixie State University.
OSAWATOMIE — Golfers, sports fans and friends are coming together for the Puttin’ For Palmer Fundraiser to raise money for the Palmer Swafford Medical Fund.
PAOLA — Lainey Hager, a Paola 7-year-old, had one of the rides of her life at the annual Mutton Bustin’ competition at the Miami County Fair rodeo arena.
SALINA — Amiah Simmons, Madilyn Melton and Allie Frank ended their high school basketball careers in the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game over Father’s Day weekend in Salina.
PAOLA — The Panther baseball team walked onto the field 25 times this season and won 22 times, losing two game during the regular season and one game in the state tournament.
SPRING HILL — The Class 5A regional champion Spring Hill Lady Broncos have six players named first team on the Tri-County Spotlight Softball Team.