From the Sidelines
Track fans won't have to travel far for regionals this year.
Tonganoxie has been selected as the site for one of four 4A regionals to be held May 19.
John Lee, Tonganoxie activities director, said field events will begin early in the afternoon. Sixteen teams will compete at the Tonganoxie regional.
The day will be a busy one for Tonganoxie High School as it is also the last day of school.
There will be pitching clinics for baseball and softball players Saturday at the Tonganoxie Junior High School gymnasium.
The clinic is free and open to children in the third through eighth grades.
Kansas City Kansas Community College baseball coach Matt Goldbeck will work with baseball pitchers from 9 a.m. to noon.
Kansas City Kansas Community College softball coach Diane Goldbeck will work with softball pitchers from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
No advanced registration is needed. Don't wear cleats. Bring a glove. Coaches are welcome.
Call the Tonganoxie Recreation Commission, 845-3502, for more information.
Team League overall
1. Calovich 6-0 7-0
2. Crain 5-1 6-1
3. Over the Net 5-1 5-2
4. Seymour 3-3 4-3
5. Staples 2-4 2-5
6. Floor Burns 1-5 2-5
7. Hillbilly V-ball 1-5 1-6
8. Hubbel Hill Gang 1-5 1-6
Feb. 16 results
Over the Net 2, Staples 1
Crain 3, Floor Burns 0
Calovich 3, Hubbel Hill Gang 0
Seymour 3, Hillbilly V-ball 0
Feb. 19 at Turner
Name weight class
Jake Pickert 95 pounds under 10
Andy Knootz 80 pounds under 12
Matt Ellison 130 pounds under 14
Matt Weyer 160 pounds under 14
Aaron Adcox 140 pounds under 12
Hunter Samuels 84 pounds under 12
Joe Stockman 96 pounds under 12
Feb. 20 at DeSoto
Tyler McCutchen 73 pounds under 8
Cody Heskett 79 pounds under 10
Jeff Price 76 pounds under 12
Josh McCutchen 76 pounds under 10
AJ Demaranville 95 pounds under 10
Bo Pursel 43 pounds under 6
Justin Moss 90 pounds under 10
Wes Armstrong 79 pounds under 10
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