Progress continues on the Olathe Middle and High School track and field project with the addition of bleachers and the press box last week week.
For Norma Alejandro, wrestling at the college level didn’t seriously cross her mind for most of the senior season at Olathe High School. Her plan was to head to New York and attend Buffalo State College, a campus that has a strong teaching program.
Before entering her freshman year at Montrose High School, Kennadie Minerich had a goal: become a three-sport varsity starter.
- High School athletics season officially canceled
- CHSAA announces cancelation of spring sports season
- Unfinished Business: MHS wrestler headed to CMU
- Wilson Field renovation still on track for fall, despite COVID-19
- Versatile Montrose football standout prepares to serve country, play football
- Montrose girls hoops continue to rack in postseason accolades
- Spring sports are postponed. What are the athletes doing now?
- March Madness: NCAA cancels all tournaments as coronavirus fears rock sports, entertainment industries
- Indians earn Player of the Year, Coach of the Year honors
- Montrose Hot Shots vs Montrose Indians game coming up
- Top 5 winter sports moments
- ‘Rough’ season comes to a close for Indians
- Indians hoping to avenge last season’s state tourney loss and advance to Great 8
- Montrose’s season ends against Mullen for second-straight year
- Oberg hits game-winning layup in OT as Indians advance to Sweet 16