Shelly sits with Annarose White to talk about the Chisholm Trail BBq cook off which is coming up this weekend! We better see everyone with an empty stomache from grage sale shopping all morning for the city wide garge sale that very same day!
Sumner County First Responders held a training exercise on April 3th at the Wellington Airport. Some of the training was changed due to weather but the car and bush crash exercise was still operational. Responders from towns all over Sumner County reported to this exercise to work on teamwork and emergency training. The training went very well as they all worked together to control the situation.
On this episode of Onward Sumner County Stacey sits with Jennie to talk about our Workforce Center and what it is all about.
Mother Nature is playing havoc with this SPRINGS' outdoor sporting activities...on Friday, that trend continued when "EVERYTHING" scheduled was either postponed or cancelled! (We're running out of days for make-ups!) Varsity Golf and Tennis, both originally slated for Friday were moved to this coming Wednesday. The "C" Team Baseball game which had already been moved once, was postponed and no make-up date has been announced and bigger yet, the Track & Field Meet at Clearwater was postponed and the word is, most likely cancelled.
For the 2nd time in as many years, WHS 2013 Graduate Brian Peck has won the KCAC Mens Golf Conference Championship in Garden City, KS and this time around, with relative ease! The Southwestern College Senior battled in a one-hole playoff with a gentleman from Oklahoma Wesleyan for the crown last year, this year no need for that at all.
Wellington native Connor Vaughn (2012 WHS Graduate) is running in the Boston Marathon today on Patriot's Day!!
Here's an overview from many of the WMS and WHS sports activities that took place on Monday. The weather was quite nice and the outcomes for our Knights and Crusaders overall - quite good!
WHS LADY CRUSADER SOFTBALL vs AUGUSTA
The Varsity Crusader Track Squad was in action Friday at Mulvane HS - their 2nd meet of the young season! More action coming Monday for the JV Squad at Valley Center and Tuesday for the Varsity Squad at Belle Plaine.
It was season opening time (@ HOME) for the Wellington Crusader Varsity Baseball Team Friday evening, playing in make-up games vs Collegiate, a double-header that had been postponed just 2 days earlier due to rain. If you looked at most of the STATS you would erroneously conclude the final scores were relatively close. Both squads played near error free baseball, both squads had 10 or11 hits a piece, both squads had multiple base runners but both squads didn't score 14 cumulative points on the evening, just Collegiate.