Kansas MileSplit celebrates cross country, track and field seniors
Shawnee Heights' standout headlines 2018 Kansas Boys All-State team.
The Heartland Distance Summit takes place this Friday and Saturday in Overland Park.
Dana Baker headlines Kansas MileSplit's listing of the Best of the Best in Kansas Girls Track and Field
Cailie Logue wins pair of thrilling races at USATF Junior Nationals
Hoffer, Mosely highlight Kansas athletes at Great American T&F Classic
McKenzie Wilks of Pittsburg posts career best 4:50.68 for second place at Festival of Miles
Teams champions crowned in six Kansas divisions
Aarika Lister of Leavenworth and Deron Dudley of Wichita South claim titles as Kansas' fastest high schoolers
St. James, Mill Valley take down 19-year-old record in girls 4 X 800
Trego Community's Helen Giefer wins first-ever state title
Tyus Wilson makes one good jump count; Kayla Smith wins fourth triple jump title
Wichita Southeast's Mosley, McPherson's Barret also break state records
Track finals begin with 3200 meter run in 4A-6A
Nationally-ranked athletes heighten excitement in 6A state track and field meet
Class 5A features the state's top female sprinters going head-to-head
Individual races highlight Kansas class 4A track and field
Scott Community dominant in boys 3A, but it's a wide open race for the girls' title
Valley Heights girls shoot for 4th title in five years; Stanton County is the boys' favorite
The Class 1A state championships seem to be a wide open race for team titles.
Regionals bring out the best in Kansas track and field
U.S. No. 1 freshman Tyus Wilson of Sterling tops 7-0 at Central Kansas League meet
If this is how Kansas track and field athletes get ready for the postseason, we're in for a thrilling end to May.
The last week of April saw many fast times, top marks in Kansas track and field.
Aarika Lister smokes the field in the Kansas Relays 100; Kansas high schoolers have a stellar weekend.
Molly Born of Shawnee Mission Northwest placed second in the 3200 meter run at the Kansas Relays, the first time she has run the event in more than 11 months.
Dana Baker of Olathe North wins the first high school event of the 91st annual Kansas Relays
Just over five months after suffering a stroke that almost took his life, Olathe North's Brandon Clark is back on track to defend his Class 6A state title in the 800 meters.
Wind-aided or not, speed thrills at the Pre-State Challenge in Wichita.
Kansas athletes notch 130 top marks; Olathe North's Dana Baker improves her nation-leading javelin mark.