Austin Klumpe will be replacing varsity coach Scott Stein as the next girls’ varsity basketball coach. He will join the East staff as a business teacher. Klumpe is looking to make changes to the girls’ basketball program as a whole, specifically in the categories of identity, academics, values, summer workouts [...]
Senior Vance Wentz and Zach Schneider participate in the basketball All-Star game at Shawnee Mission South. This will be the last time the two friends will suit up and play together in the same jersey.
2009 East graduate, Matt Baker, won Maryville wrestling’s first NCAA Division II national wrestling title in Birmingham, Alabama. Baker finished his Senior year as the No. 1 ranked wrestler in the country in the 197 lbs weight class.
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.
In the final game of the season the Lancers come up short to Derby High School with a score of 57-62. They finished the season with a 21-4 record and fourth place at State.
The Lancers lose to Blue Valley West in the semifinals 58-59. The Lancers will play March 9 in the finals for third place.
Basketball writer Matt Hanson reflects on the end of the Lancer’s season and commemorates all the seniors’ accomplishments in his final Basketball Blog.
The 21-2 Lancers take on the 14-9 Blue Valley West Jaguars in the state semifinals with a trip to the championship game on the line. The game is tonight at 8:15 at Koch Arena in Wichita.
The Lancers defeated Wichita East in the quarterfinals. The Lancers will face off against Blue Valley West in the semifinals on Friday March 8 at 8:15 P.M.
The Lancers defeated Wichita East 53-41 in the first round of the Kansas Boys 6A State Basketball Tournament in Wichita, Kan. and is slated to take on Blue Valley West on Friday, March 7. See how the East community reacted to the team winning their 1,999 game.
The wrestling team qualified all 14 wrestlers for state this year, but sickness and injuries continued to plague the team into the post-season.
After a long regular season the 20-2 Lancer Boy’s basketball team has made it to the first round of the state playoffs in Koch Arena at Wichita State University. There they will face the 15-7 Wichita East Blue Aces. The winner of this quarterfinal matchup will meet the winner between second seeded Wichita North and seventh seed Lawrence Free State.