Scott City added the Hays tournament to their schedule this year in order to get an early idea how they will stack up against quality competition.
Following the first-ever high school football Jamboree, SCHS head coach Jim Turner had no trouble describing the experience.
“It was great,” said Turner.
It’s not unusual for the defense to be ahead of the offense during the first couple of weeks of practice, but the expectations were a little higher for the first
The Scott Community High School girls will have only a couple of reserves on the varsity bench when they open the season on Friday and Saturday. That’s by design. “Usually,
Kansas football players have always had to wait until the season opener before they could have full contact against someone other than their own teammates. That’s changing this year with