Girls soccer is set to win the League title tonight on senior night, while boys’ tennis won regionals and boys’ lacrosse is in the LAKC Final. See what else you missed in the week of Lancer sports here.
The girls’ swimming team won their ninth straight League Title this past weekend.
The Lancers Head Football Coach Chip Sherman looks like he will not be around much longer. In the past couple of weeks Sherman applied and interviewed for the same position at Olathe Northwest High School.
With two tournaments left, boys’ golf looks to make school history. Meanwhile, the Lancers softball team looks to break a three game losing streak, while the girls soccer team defeated St. Theresa’s Academy in one of their best performances of the year. Check out what else you missed in the Lancer sporting world here.
The track and field team competed in KU Relays this weekend, while baseball struggled in Lawrence. Boys’ lacrosse came off a disappointing loss to Rockhurst last week and the softball team is set for senior night tonight. See what else you missed last week in East sports here.
This weekend 16 student athletes from East will be competing in the 86th annual Kansas University Relays at Memorial Stadium in Lawrence, Kansas. The Lancer team going is made up of six girls and 10 boys.
Last year the East lacrosse team became the first team to ever beat Rockhurst in the Kansas City area. This year they will look for the same result when they travel to Rockhurst Jesuit High School Thursday night at 7:35 p.m. The game will be live streamed on smeharbinger.net
Track and Field prepares for KU Relays and lacrosse continues to roll before their big game Thursday against Rockhurst. See what else you missed last weeks in sports.
With the two snow storms, it caused the majority of the spring sports to start later normal. Many teams have had to practice in gymnasiums indoors, others in parking lots Also, some track meets, tennis matches and soccer games have had to be rescheduled.
Spring sports are underway after delays due to snow conditions.
Spring sports are underway. The past three weeks have consisted of tryouts for most sports, and dealing with the heavy snowfall. Check out which each sport has been up to before the break.
The boys’ basketball team fell short of their dreams of a state title in what was a historic season, placing fourth in 6A and ending the season with an impressive 21-4 record.