SURPRISE, Ariz. — Ever fixated on the present, Ned Yost doesn’t linger on his near-death experience before last season when he fell some 20 feet from a tree stand in a freak accident.
After a year away from the Class 4A State Wrestling Tournament, the Iola Mustangs are state-bound once again.
FREDONIA — Two Humboldt Cub wrestlers qualified for state on Saturday.
Despite the fact that both are seniors, each will be heading to state with different histories.
Defiance comes in multiple forms. In the case of Royals pitcher Eric Skoglund, who will spend the first part of the regular season in baseball exile, defiance came with tears and a wave of emotion.
Head coach Becky Carlson and her Iola girls’ basketball team left last Saturday’s loss to Anderson County knowing they would soon get the opportunity for the last word.
A heroic second half effort just wasn’t enough for the Iola boys Thursday night at home versus Anderson County.
LE ROY — For as good as Southern Coffey County High’s boys were offensively at the start Thursday, the Titans were even better on the defensive end.
With regionals and sub-state drawing ever closer, area teams are frantically trying to catch up on games canceled by the wintry weather over the past month to improve their postseason standing. Here are some scores and stats of some area teams that the Register wasn’t able to see in-person this week:
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — There has been a string of goodbyes at Daytona International Speedway in recent years, from Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart to Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Danica Patrick.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Dell Curry looks forward to those nights when he can open a bottle of wine, take a seat on his recliner in front of the fireplace alongside wife Sonya and watch their NBA sons play basketball simultaneously on two large-screen television sets in his living room.