The Andover Central Jaguars are motivated to get back to their winning ways after a tough 2016 season.
It’s a new era for Southeast football, and the team is anxious to get back to its winning ways.
First-year head coach Tyson Bauerle and the Swathers are ready to make a return trip to the Class 3A state title game.
Hutchinson football with plenty of balance on both offense and defense.
The Collegiate Spartans are excited about the speed and explosiveness they’ve got heading into the 2017 season.
The Wichita West Pioneers football team is ready to put it all together in 2017.
The Wichita North Redskins are hoping an improved team atmosphere translates into some wins in 2017.
The Crusaders have 14 starters returning from last year’s team.
The Northwest Grizzlies are hoping their defense catches up to their explosive offense in 2017.
Maize South football is looking to build on a 2016 sub-state appearance.
Trying to Build on Last Year’s 9 Win Season
Dusty Trail starts first season as head coach.
The defense will be experienced this fall, but the offense is young.
The Blue Aces have six starters back on offense and five on defense.
KSHSAA Executive Director Gary Musselman says he doesn’t feel it paints a well represented picture of the initiatives the state has in place…