After the Lancers’ incredible journey to their first state game, staffer Andrew McKittrick discusses this past season and the game.
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Join staffer Grace Heitmann in Episode 3 of sports podcast, Replay, as she recaps and interviews the East Cross Country runners that went to State.
View a gallery from the cross country team competing in the Kansas State Cross Country Championships. The meet was held at Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence, Kan.
Seven girls and one boy qualified for cross country state through Regionals. State will be held at Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence, Kan.
The girls’ gymnastics team competed in state at Olathe North over the weekend. Although the team did not place, senior Madi Lage placed individually on the vault.
The Lady Lancer tennis team won the 6A state championship on Sunday, Oct. 20 for the third year in a row. Senior Olivia Sneed, juniors Elizabeth Barnickel and Stephanie Wilcox and sophomore Aidan Epstein played for state.
View a gallery from the Lancers’ first loss of the season again Lawrence Free State. Unable to overcome fumbling mistakes, the team fell to the Falcons, putting their record to 5-1. Their next game will be next Friday against SM Northwest.
Both the girls and boys state track and field teams placed in the top 10 at State over this past weekend. The girls team placed seventh out of 29 teams, and the boys team placed eighth out of 31 teams. The two days of competitions were filled with PR’s and close races for the Lancers.
The boys’ tennis team won the Sunflower League State Tournament over the weekend after barely beating out Blue Valley North.
The seven seniors currently on the Varsity swim team already have three state championship victories under their belt. Now, in their final years at East, they are focusing on getting one more win while preparing their underclassmen.
The Symphonic Band participated in the state large ensemble festival last week. They earned a one with their two songs, Toccata and Arsenal.
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.