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Iola High seniors for the 2012-13 season for their respective winter sports are, front from left, girls basketball players Reagan Ford and Libby Shay; second row from left, wrestlers Chase Roettgen, Raymond Branstetter, Zeph Larney and Stephen McDonald; and third row from left, boys basketball players Cole Morrison, Tyler Clubine, Mason Coons, Eli Grover and Levi Ashmore (not pictured is Paul Specht).

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Mustang wrestlers eye state tourney berths When Brad Carson sized up his team’s hopes for the upcoming wrestling season, he figured Iola High’s squad would have some individual standouts, but not enough members to worry about success as a team. The initial reaction from his team of wrestlers has prompted the first-year coach to think again. Iola will field a squad filled with leadership and youth, Carson said, including a pair of wrestlers who have qualified for the state wrestling tournament. Anchoring the Mustang wrestling squad is senior Stephen McDonald, a two-time state qualifier who missed his junior year because of a knee injury. McDonald will wrestle at 208 pounds, well above the 189 pounds he wrestled at as a sophomore. Iola 2012-13 Wrestling Schedule Nov. 29 — at Eureka with Anderson County (V/JV), 5:30 p.m. Dec. 1 — Caney Invitational, 9 a.m. Dec. 8 — Anderson County Invitational, 9 a.m. Dec. 13 — at Jayhawk-Linn with Erie and Cherryvale (V/JV), 5:30 p.m. Jan. 3 — at Fort Scott with Pittsburg (V/JV), 5:30 p.m. Jan. 5 — Burlington Invitational, 9 a.m. Jan. 10 — at Labette County with Chanute (V/JV), 5:30 p.m. Jan. 19 — Eureka Invitational, 9 a.m. Jan. 26 — Fredonia Invitational, 9 a.m. Jan. 31 — Osawatomie at Iola (V/JV), 5:30 p.m. Feb. 2 — Silver Lake Invitational, 9 a.m. Feb. 7 — at Coffeyville with Independence. Feb. 15-16 — Regionals, TBA Feb. 22-23 — State at Salina Home matches in bold Iola Mustangs 2012-13 Wrestling Roster Name Grade Weight Judith Branstetter Fr. 112 Skyler Rush Fr. 112 Trevor Tomlinson Fr. 123 Kaleb Mock So. 132 Tristan Sigfusson Jr. 134 Raymond Branstetter Sr. 151 Zeph Larney Sr. 151 Brice Aiello Fr. 153 Cody Conner Jr. 153

Carson expects McDonald to continue to thrive as a senior. “You can tell from his experience on the mat that he knows what he’s doing.” He’ll be joined by sophomore Trey Colborn, who qualified for state in his freshman year as a heavyweight. “I’m excited to see what Trey can do,” said Carson, himself a heavyweight wrestler in high school and for a short spell in college. A Parsons native, Carson began wrestling at 5 years old. Like Colborn, Carson qualified for state as a freshman in the heavyweight division. But at 189 pounds, his first opponent at state outweighed Carson by about 90 pounds. “I had him in a headlock for about a second,” Carson recalled, until the other wrestler gathered his thoughts and methodically took control. He continued to wrestle at Labette Community College before deciding to focus full time on football. He later coached football at Garden City Community College and Fort Hays State University. Most recently, he coached at a community center in Arkansas before taking a teaching job at Iola Middle School and becoming an assistant football coach. Carson was offered the head wrestling position shortly thereafter. “It was a great opportunity because wrestling is my passion,” he said. Carson sees other experienced wrestlers who should find success this season. Travis Rieske Andrew McMurray Andrew Garber Jordan Long John Whitworth Bryce Misenhelter Stephen McDonald Chase Roettgen Trey Colborn

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Above, Iola High junior Travis Rieske, right, wrestles with Brice Aiello in a practice session. At right is first-year IHS wrestling coach Brad Carson. Junior Bryce Misenhelter, at 188 pounds, has proven an adept athlete on the football field, Carson said, which should translate to wrestling success. Chase Roettgen, at 212 pounds, and John Whitworth, at 175 pounds, also can be counted on to show leadership to the younger wrestlers, Carson said. Junior Travis Rieske also will provide the Mustangs with a quality wrestler at 156 pounds. If there’s one problem for Iola’s squad, it’s the large number of wrestlers near 150 pounds. Senior Zeph Larney leads See WRESTLING | Page 20

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Mustangs eye victories in Pioneer League Iola High’s Mustangs took a large step forward in 201112, increasing its win total by eight games from the previous year. In order for the ascension to continue, the Mustangs must replace a six-member senior class that accounted for more than 34 points and 20 rebounds a game. Iola will do so in the environs of the Pioneer League after leaving the Southeast Kansas League last year with a 9-12 overall record and a 2-6 mark in league play. While Iola returns only one starter, senior guard Levi Ashmore, the squad has several athletic replacements waiting in the wings, head coach Bill Peeper said. “The group this year will have good athleticism and good average size, but will lack size in the post,” Peeper said. Ashmore, who averaged 8.8 points and 2.4 assists per game in 2011-12, will take on Iola 2012-13 Basketball Schedule Nov. 30 — at Girard Dec. 4 — Preseason Tournament at Burlington Iola vs. Burlington Dec. 5 — Preseason Tournament at Burlington Iola vs. Louisburg Dec. 6 — Fort Scott Invitational (JV boys, girls) Dec. 7 — Preseason Tournament at Burlington Iola TBA Dec. 8 — Fort Scott Invitational (JV boys, girls) Dec. 11 — Fredonia Dec. 18 — Chanute Jan. 4 — Osawatomie Jan. 8 — at Central Heights Jan. 11 — Prairie View Jan. 14 — Chanute, Fort Scott, Prairie View 9th at Iola Jan. 15-19 — Burlington Invitational Tournament Jan. 21 — Chanute, Fort Scott, Prairie View 9th at Iola Jan. 25 — at Fort Scott Jan. 29 — at Wellsville Feb. 1 — Anderson Co. Feb. 8 — Central Heights Feb. 12 — at Prairie View Feb. 15 — Wellsville Feb. 19 — at Anderson Co. Feb. 22 — at Osawatomie Feb. 25-Mar. 2 — Substate Tourney, TBA Mar. 6-9 — State Tourney at Salina Home games in bold

Iola High basketball players, from left, Tyler Powelson, Adam Peterson, Shane Walden and Colby Works participate in a preseason dribbling drill. In the foreground is Levi Ashmore. Below is third-year head coach Bill Peeper. a leadership role for the Mustangs this season. He will be assisted by senior forwards Mason Coons and Eli Grover, both of whom saw significant amounts of playing time in the past. Coons, at 6 foot, 3 inches, and Grover at 6-1, both offer strength and physicality, Peeper said. “They’ll look to take control of the interior,” Peeper said. A pair of 6-2 junior forwards, Adam Kauth and Tyler Powelson, will offer depth up front. Peeper describes both as

“long and lean,” with the versatility to fill in inside while also quick enough to play outside with range on their jump shots to play along the baseline and in the wing areas. Kaden Macha, a 6-foot sophomore forward, also may be counted on after a strong freshman campaign. “He could work his way into the mix,” Peeper said. Junior guards Tyler McIntosh, 6-1, and Trent Latta, 5-11, offer quickness and ball-handling skills. “The guards will be aggressive and should be very good at getting to the lane for

Iola Mustangs 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Pos. Grade Levi Ashmore 5-10 Sr. Tyler Clubine 6-0 Sr. Mason Coons 6-3 Sr. Eli Grover 6-1 Sr. Cole Morrison 5-10 Sr. Paul Specht 5-11 Sr. Adam Kauth 6-2 Jr. Trent Latta 5-11 Jr. Tyler McIntosh 6-1 Jr. Bryan Mueller 6-0 Jr. Tyler Powelson 6-2 Jr. Fryendz Wallace 6-0 Jr. Jesse Zimmerman 6-0 Jr.

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scoring or passing opportunities,” Peeper said. Other newcomers include senior forwards Tyler Clubine (6-0) and Paul Specht (5-10) and senior guard Cole Morrison (5-10). Peeper noted Iola lost plenty of size with its graduating class. “We have few true post

players,” he said. “Rebounding will be a key for this group. Technique and aggressiveness will be needed to make up for a lack of size.” Iola also must find consistency in its outside shooting. “There is limited game experience at the varsity level with this team, so many key players this year will be asked to mature and contribute in a hurry. Limiting turnovers, while improving on ball handling, will be another important aspect of the growth process.” A pair of familiar foes, Chanute and Fort Scott, remain on the Mustang schedule, while other flourishing rivalries are certain to develop in the Pioneer League. Peeper expects Central Heights and Osawatomie to be primary contenders for the league title, while Anderson County, Wellsville and Prairie View are capable of making noise. The Mustangs open the 2012-13 campaign Friday at Girard.

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Fillies counting on fresh faces in 2012-13 An Iola High squad light on experience will need to gel quickly in order to thrive in a new league for the 201213 season, Fillies head coach Becky Carlson said. Iola will bring in five new starters, and only two returning letter winners, from a 9-11 squad that bowed out in the opening round of the Class 4A Substate Tournament in February. “There’s a lot of the unknown right now,” Carlson said. “We lost a lot of scoring from last year.” The Fillies also must do without the services of senior Emily Ware, who suffered a concussion shortly before practices started and is sidelined indefinitely. “We’re not sure if she’s going to make it back this season,” Carlson said. The two returnees will be counted on for their leadership and scoring. Senior Libby Shay will line up inside and outside as the Fillies season takes shape.

“She’s versatile on offense, and she’s a good defender,” Carlson said. “We are going to need her to score for us in order for us to be successful this year.” Hannah Endicott is in her second year at Iola after transferring from Marmaton Valley. “She’s strong, and will play inside for us,” Carlson said. “She’s a good shooter, but she doesn’t shoot it enough. She’s also going to have to be one of our primary scorers this year.” Among others counted on to contribute include senior forward Reagan Ford. “Her strength is inside,” Carlson said. Junior forward Emma Sigg should see plenty of action at the varsity level. “She’s a scorer, so that will help us,” Carlson said. “She’s a tough player overall.” A young, but talented crop of sophomores are certain to make their mark as well. Forwards Emery Driskel, Addie Haar, Jo Lohman,

Emma Piazza, Lexie Long, Shelby Reno and Kyra Moore all have shown glimpses of what could be a strong foundation for Iola over the next three seasons.

“They’re all good athletes, and they’ve all worked extremely hard in practice,” Carlson said. An adjustment period is likely early in the season as

Iola High sophomore Lexie Long, above, puts up a shot during a recent basketball practice session. At left is Fillies head coach Becky Carlson Iola Fillies 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Height Grade Libby Shay 5-7 Sr. Reagan Ford 5-7 Sr. Paige Miller 5-6 Jr. Emma Sigg 5-6 Jr. Hannah Endicott 5-8 Jr. Emma Piazza 5-6 So. Jo Lohman 5-6 So. Kyra Moore 5-4 So. Addie Haar 5-9 So. Emery Driskel 5-7 So. Shelby Reno 5-7 So.

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the Fillies grow accustomed to their new responsibilities on the court, Carlson said. “It’s going to take patience, both from the coaching staff and the players,” she said. “We’ll be looking to find our way early on. After the players start filling their roles, it’ll get smoother. It’s just a big step from players who were on freshman or junior varsity teams to step up and play a major role at the varsity level.” Carlson said Anderson County and Osawatomie appear early on as teams to contend with in Pioneer League play. (Iola ended its decadeslong affiliation with the Southeast Kansas League last year.) “If we reach our potential, we’ll be competitive with anybody,” Carlson said. “Our goal is to win the Pioneer League. We think we can do that.” Iola opens the 2012-13 campaign Friday in Girard. Iola 2012-13 Basketball Schedule Nov. 30 — at Girard Dec. 4 — Preseason Tournament at Burlington Iola vs. Burlington Dec. 5 — Preseason Tournament at Burlington Iola vs. Louisburg Dec. 6 — Fort Scott Invitational (JV boys, girls) Dec. 7 — Preseason Tournament at Burlington Iola TBA Dec. 8 — Fort Scott Invitational (JV boys, girls) Dec. 11 — Fredonia Dec. 18 — Chanute Jan. 4 — Osawatomie Jan. 8 — at Central Heights Jan. 11 — Prairie View Jan. 14 — Chanute, Fort Scott, Prairie View 9th at Iola Jan. 15-19 — Burlington Invitational Tournament Jan. 21 — Chanute, Fort Scott, Prairie View 9th at Iola Jan. 25 — at Fort Scott Jan. 29 — at Wellsville Feb. 1 — Anderson Co. Feb. 8 — Central Heights Feb. 12 — at Prairie View Feb. 15 — Wellsville Feb. 19 — at Anderson Co. Feb. 22 — at Osawatomie Feb. 25-Mar. 2 — Substate Tourney, TBA Mar. 6-9 — State Tourney at Salina Home games in bold

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Lady Cubs aim for success in 2012-13 season HUMBOLDT — Humboldt High girls have taken their lumps on the basketball court, winning a combined three games over the past two seasons. But what has been a young squad adjusting to a new coach now has a plethora of experience and talent waiting to take a big step forward in 2012-13. Returning for the second year at HHS is head coach Sherri Nelson, whose squad lost two starters from last year’s 2-19 squad. “I think we’re already starting off on a better foot than we did a year ago,” Nelson said, noting the players are more confident and comfortable in practice. “We have good athletes and a lot of kids who can contribute. What we need are players who want to score. We have a lot of the other pieces.” A trio of seniors, Aubrey Maxton, Kristin Todd and Whitney Strack, will be counted on to provide leader-

ship for the younger players, Nelson said. Maxton will serve as point guard and can distribute the ball to others, Nelson said. Todd, meanwhile, will play in the post. “Kristin’s not the tallest player, but she’s not afraid to get in there and bang. Strack, meanwhile, can utilize her court savvy and experience, Nelson said. All three will be key defenders for the Lady Cubs, as will a pair of juniors, Sheri Middleton and Breanna Kline. Middleton, at 6-feet, will draw in defense because of her height. “Kline will be our leader in points this year,” Nelson said. “Both she and Sheri have stepped up their game from last year. You could tell it during volleyball season.” Both Kline and Middleton earned all-league honors in the Tri-Valley League. Nelson would like to see both do the same in basketball. Others are expected to

contribute. Kayle Riebel, a 5-10 junior, “is the type of girl who works her tail off and does a lot of the little things,” Nelson said. “We’re going to need her to shoot more.” Morgan Morris provides another physical post player. A trio of sophomores, Lakota Wilson, Delaney Umholtz and Karsyn Menzie, all have shown flashes of talent and fared well for the Lady Cubs last year in junior varsity play. “We’re looking for them to step up from JV to the varsity level.” Another key performer is Cheyenne English, whose season was cut short last year with a serious knee injury. “A lot of our success will come from the girls believing in themselves,” Nelson said. Nelson predicts Burlington will be at or near the top of the Tri-Valley League standings, while the Cubs should expect spirited battles against Yates Center and Burlington. Humboldt opens the season Friday at Eureka. The Lady Cubs will host a preseason tournament with three games next week. Humboldt 2012-13 Basketball Schedule Nov. 30 — at Eureka Dec. 4, 6, 7 — Humboldt Preseason Tournament Dec. 11 — Yates Center Dec. 14 — at Neodesha Dec. 18 — at Marmaton Valley Jan. 8 — Fredonia Jan. 11 — Cherryvale Jan. 15-19 — Midseason Tournament at Pleasanton Jan. 22 — at Yates Center Jan. 25 — Erie (HC) Jan. 29 — Eureka Feb. 1 — at Caney Valley Feb. 5 — Neodesha Feb. 8 — at Fredonia Feb. 12 — Burlington Feb. 19 — at Cherryvale Feb. 25-March 2 — Substate Tourney, TBA Home games in bold

Above, Humboldt High's Kayle Riebel, left, goes up for a rebound and Devyn Smith awaits the rebound. At far left is Lady Cub head coach Sherri Nelson who thinks her team should improve from last year.

Humboldt Lady Cubs 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Height Grade Sheri Middleton 6-1 Sr. Kayle Riebel 5-10 Jr. Breanna Kline 5-8 So. Whitney Strack 5-7 Sr. Aubrey Maxton 5-6 Sr. Morgan Morris 5-10 Jr. Lakota Wilson 5-8 So. Delaney Umholtz 5-6 So. Karsyn Menzie 5-10 So.

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Stable of veterans lead Humboldt High HUMBOLDT — If the chips fall correctly, and Humboldt High’s boys improve on the court as much as head coach David Taylor hopes they will, big things may be in store for the 2012-13 Cubs. Humboldt returns its entire starting lineup, including its top reserve off the bench, from a squad that went 15-7 last year and lost by only two points in its substate defeat. “I’m excited for these kids,” Taylor said. “If they work hard and keep doing what they’ve been doing, we should be very competitive this year.” The Cubs look to offer a lethal combination of size, speed, athleticism and tenacious defense. Want to try to beat Humboldt inside? Try going up against 6-6 senior forward Noah Thornbrugh, who earned all-state honors last year in Class 3A, while

averaging 17 points a game. “Noah is big and strong, but he has a nice touch with the ball,” Taylor said. “He can really shoot it. He’s worked on his game over the summer. It’s nice to see how his skill set has improved since his freshman season.” Want to go outside? Then you’re matched up with 6-2 guard Tanner McNutt, who can drive to the basket or spot up from 3-point range. And he’s even better on defense, Taylor said. “He really does a nice job with his onball pressure, and he shoots the ball well.” McNutt also earned allstate honors in 2011-12. Sprinkled throughout the roster is a collection of talent and experience. Senior point guard Nathan Whitcomb — the Cubs’ standout quarterback on the football field — also serves as a quarterback of sorts on the basketball court. “Nathan takes control of everything for us,” Taylor said. “He distributes the ball well, and he does a good job of getting us out on our break.” Senior guard Blake Crawford has a knack, Taylor said, “of always being in the right place at the right time. He plays extremely hard all the time, and can get his points without having to shoot, just Humboldt 2012-13 Basketball Schedule Nov. 30 — at Eureka Dec. 4, 6, 7 — Humboldt Preseason Tournament Dec. 11 — Yates Center Dec. 14 — at Neodesha Dec. 18 — at Marmaton Valley Jan. 8 — Fredonia Jan. 11 — Cherryvale Jan. 15-19 — Midseason Tournament at Pleasanton Jan. 22 — at Yates Center Jan. 25 — Erie (HC) Jan. 29 — Eureka Feb. 1 — at Caney Valley Feb. 5 — Neodesha Feb. 8 — at Fredonia Feb. 12 — Burlington Feb. 19 — at Cherryvale Feb. 25-March 2 — Substate Tourney, TBA Home games in bold

Above are Humboldt High's Tanner McNutt, left, and Nathan Whitcomb. At left is head coach David Taylor. from his rebounds and putbacks.” Trey Johnson, 6-2 senior, also gives defenders fits, with his physicality inside, and with his shooting touch from outside. “Trey is so hard to guard because he shoots the 3 well, and he’s a good defender. We’re looking for him to have a good year.”

Johnson is sidelined with an injured thumb as the season begins, however. Hunter Murrow, a 5-9 junior guard, started part of the time last year and was the first player off the bench on other occasions. “Hunter plays a good, fundamental style of basketball at both ends,” Taylor said.

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“He’s unselfish and does whatever is asked of him.” Caleb Vanatta has stepped up his game recently, as has Alex Murrow and Zach Osborn. In addition, Sam Aguirre, a 6-3 transfer out of Yates Center, will become eligible in January, giving Humboldt another scoring threat. Younger players are emerging as well. Robbie Sellman, Justin Meins, Kason Siemens and Caleb D’Armond all have shown glimpses of pushing upperclassmen for playing time. They’re part of a junior varsity squad that went 17-3 in 2011-12. “Practices are so competitive,” Taylor said. “Those who push the other guys in practice are the ones who will get the playing time.” Humboldt opens the season Friday at Eureka.

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Wildcat girls aim for successful year MORAN — A quartet of returning players will be key for Marmaton Valley High’s girls to see success in 201213, according to head coach Kent Houk. Judging from early practices, the results are encouraging. “They already look better in the past week than they did all last year,” Houk said. The Wildcats will look to improve on a 2-19 campaign from 2011-12. Leading the way will be 5-6 senior guard Kaylee Boyd, 5-8 junior forward Kaitlin Ensminger, 5-6 senior guard Kacie Shadden and 5-10 junior center Emily Meiwes. All saw plenty of playing time as underclassmen and are ready to assume larger roles on and off the court. “The girls know my system, and they see the floor better,” Houk said. “They know what I expect in practice and they hustle a lot.” The Wildcats will look to push the ball on offense, while deploying a man-toman defense to disrupt opposing offenses. A number of newcomers

will be counted on as well. Ashton Louk is a 5-5 junior guard who played sparingly in years past, but has improved and should see a larger role. Tessa Olson, a 5-5 sophomore guard, and 5-6 freshman center Mackenzie Tynon also warrant consideration for playing time, Houk said. The upcoming season will hinge on remaining focused as a team, Houk said. “Unselfish basketball is what you’d call it,” Houk said. Houk sees plenty of competition for superiority throughout the Three Rivers League. Oswego offers a multitude of quick guards and a number of incoming 6-footers who thrived at the middle school level. St. Paul also has a good coach “who gets the most out of his girls,” Houk said. “They’ll be tough.” Marmaton Valley opens the 2012-13 season Friday at Uniontown. The Wildcats host a preseason tournament the following week.

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Marmaton Valley High's Ashtynn Louk, left, dribbles against defender Tessa Olson in a recent practice. At left, Emily Meiwes goes in for a layup. Below is coach Kent Houk.

Marmaton Valley Girls 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Height Grade Kaylee Boyd 5-6 Sr. Kacie Shadden 5-6 Sr. Mariah Cavender 5-2 Sr. Emily Meiwes 5-10 Jr. Kaitlin Ensminger 5-8 Jr.

Ashton Louk 5-5 Jr. Molly Hamlin 5-6 So. Tessa Olson 5-5 So. Tanna Lutz 5-3 Fr. Ruby Mann 5-4 Fr. Mackenzie Tynon 6-0 Fr. Head Coach: Kent Houk Assistant Coach: Lori Stephens

Marmaton Valley 2012-13 Basketball Schedule Nov. 30 — at Uniontown Dec. 4, 6, 7 — MVHS Preseason Tournament Dec. 11 — Jayhawk-Linn Dec. 18 — Humboldt Jan. 4 — Crest Jan. 8 —at St. Paul Jan. 14, 17, 19 — at Southeast Lancer Classic Jan. 22 — at Oswego Jan. 25 — Pleasanton Jan. 29 — at Altoona-Midway Feb. 1 — Uniontown Feb. 5 — Northeast-Arma Feb. 8 — Southern Coffey County Feb. 12 — at Chetopa Feb. 15 — at Pleasanton Feb. 21 — at West Franklin Feb. 25-March 1 — Substate Tourney, TBA Home games in bold

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Wildcats look for defensive mindset on court MORAN — Athleticism and experience are certain to be hallmarks for Marmaton Valley High’s boys in 2012-13. But the key to the team’s success will be the Wildcat defense, said head coach Tim Stinnett. “Our offense will take care of itself,” said Stinnett, a 2007 Marmaton Valley graduate and multi-sport standout. “We need to take care of things on the defensive end.” Marmaton Valley is coming off a 7-14 season but has a stable of key veterans counted on to improve the team’s fortunes this year. “We’re going to push the ball as much as possible,” Stinnett said. “When that’s not there, we are going to look for good shots. We have a lot of good shooters and a few big guys who can bang down low.” The Wildcats will rely primarily on man-to-man defense.

Cole Becker, a 5-11 senior guard, will be counted on to score for the Wildcats. He’ll be joined on the perimeter by 5-8 junior point guard Chance Stevenson. Stevenson’s ball handling and distribution will be key, Stinnett said, in order to free up Becker as the off-guard, Stinnett said. Manning the inside will be 6-3 senior Nathan Smart and 6-2 senior Levi Ramsey. “Nathan’s a rebounder,” Stinnett said. “He’ll get lots of garbage points from offensive rebounds.” Ramsey’s style is similar, although he can be counted on for solid defensive play. 6-1 senior forward Lucas Hamlin also is a heady defender. “They’re both smart, tough players,” Stinnett said. Senior guard Ryan Smith, 5-11, also defends well and can be counted on to help steady the offense.

At left, former Marmaton Valley standout athlete Tim Stinnett returns to his alma mater to coach the Wildcat boys in the 2012-13 season. Above, Cole Becker, foreground, prepares to make a pass. Also in the photo are, from left, Chance Stevenson, Stinnett and Gage Adams. Filling out the rotation are junior guards Michael Genn, 5-9, and Sage Hall, 5-11. “We’re going to need everyone to stay healthy,” Stinnett said. “Our season will be suc-

cessful if we start to gel as a team. Most of all we have to make layups.” Marmaton Valley opens the 2012-13 campaign Friday at Uniontown.

Marmaton Valley Boys 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Height Grade Cole Becker 5-11 Sr. Levi Ramsey 6-2 Sr. Nathan Smart 6-3 Sr. Lucas Hamlin 6-1 Sr. Carlos Gonzales 5-8 Sr. Ryan Smith 5-11 Sr. Sage Hall 5-11 Jr. Keagan Boyd 5-11 Fr.. Chance Stevenson 5-8 Jr. Michael Genn 5-9 Jr.

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Marmaton Valley 2012-13 Basketball Schedule Nov. 30 — at Uniontown Dec. 4, 6, 7 — MVHS Preseason Tournament Dec. 11 — Jayhawk-Linn Dec. 18 — Humboldt Jan. 4 — Crest Jan. 8 —at St. Paul Jan. 14, 17, 19 — at Southeast Lancer Classic Jan. 22 — at Oswego Jan. 25 — Pleasanton Jan. 29 — at Altoona-Midway Feb. 1 — Uniontown Feb. 5 — Northeast-Arma Feb. 8 — Southern Coffey County Feb. 12 — at Chetopa Feb. 15 — at Pleasanton Feb. 21 — at West Franklin Feb. 25-March 1 — Substate Tourney, TBA Home games in bold

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Lady Lancers hungry for another state run COLONY — Crest High’s girls had a roller coaster season in 2011-12. The Lady Lancers struggled with a 6-18 season, but got hot at the right moment to roll through the Class 1A Substate Tournament to advance to the state playoffs for the first time in team history. Crest lost in the opening round of state, “but that gave the girls a taste of what they can do,” coach Ben Vaughn Crest High Girls 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Height Grade Kurston Gilliland 5-1 Sr. Brytton Strickler 5-7 Sr. Shandra Sedlak 5-3 Sr. Maley Sherman 5-9 Jr. Lexie Lakin 5-3 Jr. Madison Covey 5-5 So. Madison Kellar 5-7 So. Brooklynn LaCross 5-3 So. Brianna Scovill 5-7 So. Lyndia Bradshaw 5-9 So. Emmalee Seabolt 5-10 So. Lupita Rodriguez 5-3 Fr. Ashley Geary 5-5 Fr. Head Coach: Ben Vaughn Assistant Coach: Kristen Boone

said. “Qualifying for state is a little more of a goal for the girls this season.” To do so, Crest will have plenty of fresh faces on the court, and on the sideline. Not only is this Vaughn’s first year coaching Crest, it’s his first year as a high school basketball coach. “The girls have worked extremely hard in practice, and we have some good all-around athletes,” Vaughn said. Crest returns only one starter. Senior post player Kurston Gilliland has proven a valuable commodity on and off the court, Vaughn said. “She’s a strong shooter, but more importantly, she’s a good leader,” Vaughn said. “We have a lot of older girls pushing each other and showing our younger players what’s expected of them.” Madison Covey and Madison Keller will share point guard duties. “They’re both good all-around athletes,”

Vaughn said. Crest has several promising athletes. “Our only issue is that they don’t have a lot of basketball experience athletically,” he said. For example, Vaughn expects senior Brytton Strickler — who is playing basketball for the first time this season — to contribute. Sophomore Emmalee Seabolt has shown flashes as well in practice. “She’s going to be a big part of our team.” Vaughn is instituting a motion offense for Crest. ‘We’re slowing it down at the start,” he said. “As the girls get more comfortable and start doing the little things right, we can start speeding things up from there. We just need to take it a step at a time.” The Lady Lancers host Southern Coffey County Thursday.

Above, Crest High head coach Ben Vaughn oversees a recent practice session. Below, taking part in a dribbling drill were, front from left, Brytton Strickler, Brooklynn LaCross and Lupita Rodriguez; and back from left, Emmalee Seabolt, Kurston Gilliland and Maley Sherman. Crest 2012-13 Basketball Schedule Basketball Schedule Nov. 29 — Southern Coffey County Dec. 4, 6, 7 — Humboldt Preseason Tourney Dec. 11 — at Pleasanton Jan. 4 — at Marmaton Valley Jan. 11 — Altoona-Midway Jan. 15, 17, 19 — Midseason Tournament at Pleasanaton Jan. 22 — Northeast-Arma Jan. 25 — Uniontown Jan. 29 — at Southern Coffey County Feb. 1 — Chetopa (HC) Feb. 5 — at Olpe Feb. 8 — at Oswego Feb. 12 — Lebo Feb. 14 — at Jayhawk-Linn Feb. 19 — Madison Feb. 21 — St. Paul Feb. 25-March 2 — Substate Tourney, TBA Home games in bold

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Talented core returns to lead Crest COLONY — A team “top heavy” with experience is certain to be the catalyst for Crest High’s boys effort to return to the Class 1A State Tournament in March. “We have lots of experience, but you’ll find we run into youth pretty quickly after that,” Lancer coach Travis Hermreck said. A cast of five returning lettermen will anchor the Lancers — 15-9 a year ago — in terms of performance and leadership. Senior guard Kyle Hammond, a four-year starter, handles much of the ball distribution from his forward position. The 6-2 senior averaged 22 points in 2011-12, while earning all Three Rivers League honors and honorable mention for the allstate team in Class 1A. “The great thing about Kyle is he is so unselfish,” Hermreck said. “He’s smart and he makes good passes inside.” Jordan Morton, 6-0 senior, mans the outside at guard. Hermreck praised Morton’s athleticism and grittiness, recalling a former Lancer standout in the process. “Jordan is probably one of the most mentally tough kids I’ve ever coached,” Hermreck said. “I consider him like a Todd Johnston, which if you know me, you know that’s quite a compliment.” Morton, too, earned allleague honors, averaging 13

Above, Crest High's Brock Ellis, left, watches as Brian Brallier skies for a rebound in a recent practice session. Below, head coach Travis Hermreck explains an offensive maneuver to his Lancer squad. points a contest. Anchoring the inside is senior forward Jesse Boone, whom Hermreck says has bulk and speed to make life

miserable for opponents. “Jesse’s such a hard worker, and he likes to run,” Hermreck said. “He makes sure the other team’s post players will have to run plenty of sprints before the game is over.” Brock Ellis, who was hampered by injury much of last year, returns in good shape for a successful basketball season.

“He had a great summer,” Hermreck said. “He’s going to take some people by surprise.” Ellis and Boone usually were good for between six and 10 points a game in 201112. Landon Stephens, a 5-10 junior, saw little varsity experience last year, but should make his mark this year, Hermreck said. “He’s

Crest High Boys 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Height Grade Hunter Frazell 5-6 Fr. Jesse Boone 6-3 Sr. Austin Green 5-7 So. Evan Godderz 5-8 Fr. Landon Stephens 5-10 Jr. Colton Strickler 5-11 Jr. Jordan Morton 6-0 Sr. Kaden Strickler 5-4 Fr.

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improved tremendously.” A pair of newcomers, young and old, also will play key roles at various parts of the season. Sophomore Austin Green has the athleticism to keep up with upperclassmen, Hermreck said, while senior Bryan Brallier is in his first year of high school basketball. “He’s going to be a good leader for us,” Hermreck said. Crest has a number of goals for the upcoming season, including a Three Rivers League championship and a return to the state tournament. Despite the team’s success, they’ve not won a league title in three years. Chetopa, St. Paul and Northeast-Arma all look to have talented squads to contend with. “They’re going to be tough. But we’re tired of not winning league,” Hermreck said. “That’s number one.” Number 1A is to return to Hays in March. “The guys got the taste of the state tournament last year, and that has made us even hungrier this year,” Hermreck said. “We want to get out there and win a game.” Crest 2012-13 Basketball Schedule Basketball Schedule Nov. 29 — Southern Coffey County Dec. 4, 6, 7 — Humboldt Preseason Tourney Dec. 11 — at Pleasanton Jan. 4 — at Marmaton Valley Jan. 11 — Altoona-Midway Jan. 15, 17, 19 — Midseason Tournament at Pleasanaton Jan. 22 — Northeast-Arma Jan. 25 — Uniontown Jan. 29 — at Southern Coffey County Feb. 1 — Chetopa (HC) Feb. 5 — at Olpe Feb. 8 — at Oswego Feb. 12 — Lebo Feb. 14 — at Jayhawk-Linn Feb. 19 — Madison Feb. 21 — St. Paul Feb. 25-March 2 — Substate Tourney, TBA Home games in bold

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New coach stresses speed for Wildcat girls YATES CENTER — Yates Center High’s girls squad features a number of athletic, speedy guards. First-year head coach Chris Wells’ job is to help the Wildcats utilize that speed. If they can, Yates Center stands to show a marked improvement from 2011-12, when Yates Center ended the season with a 5-16 mark. Conditioning has been a constant theme during the offseason and again in practices for the start of the 201213 campaign. While Wells is new to the school, he has plenty of returning pieces to work with. The Wildcats return all 10 primary contributors from last year’s squad. “They’ve got talent and speed,” Wells said. “What we need is for the girls to take advantage of that. We want to beat the other teams up and down the court, and then outlast them at the end of games.” Leading the charge will be 5-7 senior guard Emily

Baker. “Emily is a great ball handler, and an outstanding shooter,” Wells said. “She can get up and down the floor and really handles pressure well.” One of Baker’s primary targets on offense will be 6-0 junior Bailie Chambers. “Bailie has worked all summer and fall on her ball handling,” Well said. “I think she’s going to surprise some people with her improvement.” Also expected to play major roles in determining the Wildcats’ fortunes are seniors Paige Steinforth and Allie Bruner. “We’ve also got a large number of juniors who will fill out the rotation,” Wells said. The Wildcats will emphasize ball movement with their offense, while pressing opponents with their defense. “The girls ran a lot of 1-22 zone defenses, but I want to take advantage of their speed,” he said.

Yates Center High's Emily Baker, right, fields a pass from freshman Sabrina Arell in a recent practice session.

Yates Center High head coach Chris Wells, left, watches Rachel Busteed in a dribbling drill.

Much of Yates Center’s improvement will hinge on player confidence. “I don’t want a team where everybody is expecting only one or two players to handle the offense,” he said. “We’re getting everybody involved.” Wells comes to Yates Center from Southeast High of Cherokee, where he assisted with the boys squad. He knows little about any upcoming opponents in TriValley League action, aside from seeing several of Burlington’s players in a summer league. “They’ll be tough,” he said. Yates Center opens the season Dec. 3 in the Wildcat Winter Classic. Yates Center High Girls 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Height Grade Emily Baker 5-7 Sr. Allie Bruner 5-6 Sr. Paige Steinforth 5-8 Sr. Rachel Busteed 5-7 Jr. Bailie Chambers 6-0 Jr. Maddy Galemore 5-8 Jr. Mindi Holloway 5-7 Jr.

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After struggles, future looks bright for YC YATES CENTER — A young Yates Center High squad took its lumps on the basketball court in 2011-12 to the tune of a 1-20 season. But that squad of primarily sophomores and freshmen has a year of experience under its belt. Add a pair of transfers, including an all-state performer in Class 4A, and the Wildcats could see a steady climb to success. Overseeing the 2012-13 edition is veteran head coach Kevin Brown. While this is his first year at Yates Center, Brown brings a 25-year coaching pedigree to the Wildcats, including stints at Larned, Columbus and Sublette. “We have eight or nine kids who started at some

point last year,” Brown said. “We will be much improved in a hurry.” Leading the charge may be junior point guard Cameron Brown — coach Brown’s son — who starred at Sublette in 2011-12. Brown, at 6-2, averaged 13 points, five assists and five rebounds last year in earning Mid-Continent league honors. He also received honorable mention for the Class 4A all-state team by the Wichita Eagle. The second transfer, 5-8, junior wing Caleb DeNoon, starred last year at AltoonaMidway, scoring an average 11 points and six rebounds per game. He earned honorable mention for the Three Rivers League. The returning players have shown a willingness early on

to run a fast-paced offense capable of tiring defenses in a hurry, Brown said. “We have a solid group of players returning,” Coach Brown said. “They may have struggled last year, but they did very well over the summer.” Key returnees are Trevor Chism, a 5-8 wing player, and 6-3 junior post player Robert Arnold and 6-4 junior post player Myles Dice. The trio combined to score 10 points a game for the Wildcats. Sophomore combo-guard Justin Rossillon (5-9) averaged five points a game, as did junior wing and forward Austin McNett (5-10). “We’re going to play fast,” Brown said. “Our strength is going to be our passing, and our secondary break. With

essentially two point guards on the floor, we’ll be able to push the ball a lot.” Brown also praised his team’s work ethic, even after last year’s struggles. “The entire team stayed involved with summer ball, and they’ve practiced extremely hard,” he said. Brown is uncertain how Yates Center will fare in TriValley League. He’s certain Humboldt will be a powerhouse to contend with, as will Burlington. The Wildcats are the only Class 2A team in the league. “I like that,” he said. “We’re going to have a tough schedule from start to finish. By the time we get to substate, there won’t be a team out there any better than what we’ll have already Yates Center High Boys 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Height Grade Brett McGee 6-0 Jr. Micah Taylor 5-5 So. Ryan Mentzer 5-9 Jr. Trevor Chism 5-8 Jr. Ceaton Cooper 6-2 Sr. Hayden Splechter 5-8 Fr. Caleb DeNoon 5-8 Jr. Mason Hartwig 6-0 Sr. Damian King 5-11 So. Robert Arnold 6-3 Jr.

Above, Yates Center High's Robert Arnold, right, drives in for a layup while being defended by Daniel Zimmerman. At right is Wildcat head coach Kevin Brown.

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Titans work to avoid 2011-12 struggles The 2012-13 Southern Coffey County High basketball roster will see plenty of fresh faces. The Titan boys, who struggled through a 1-18 season last year, have only two players with varsity experience on this year’s squad. “Half the team is new this year, including several freshmen,” SCC head coach Brandt Miller said. “It’s going to be key for us to get past the first part of the season as the team gets adjusted.” The Titans will rely upon the leadership of juniors Aaron True and Chism Newkirk. True averaged seven points a game in 2011-12. “With Aaron’s skill level, we’re counting on him for scoring again this year,” Miller said. “Offensively, he’ll play wherever we need him to be.” Newkirk also provides Southern Coffey Co. 2012-13 Basketball Schedule Nov. 29 — at Crest Dec. 3-8 — Yates Center Preseason Tournament Dec. 11 — Madison Dec. 14 — at Lebo Dec. 18 — Marais des Cygnes Valley Jan. 4 — Waverly Jan. 8 — at Burlingame Jan. 11 — Olpe Jan. 15 — at Hartford Jan. 21-25 — Lyon County League Tourney at Emporia Jan. 28 — Crest Feb. 1 — at Waverly Feb. 8 — at Marmaton Valley Feb. 15 — Lebo Feb. 19 — Uniontown Feb. 22 — at Olpe Feb. 25-March 2 — Substate Tourney, TBA Home games in bold Southern Coffey Co. Titans 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Pos. Grade Charlie Patterson 5-8 12 Tyler Houston 6-1 11 Chism Newkirk 5-8 11 Angus Nelson 6-0 11 Aaron True 6-0 11 Josiah Witteman 5-11 10 Walker Harred 5-10 10 Michael Hill 5-8 10 Bryson Meats 5-10 10

leadership from the point guard position. “Chism is a goofy and tough kid who handles the ball well,” Miller said. From there, a crop of newcomers is beginning to emerge. Senior Charles Patterson will look to be a contributor, either from the starting lineup, or as the first or second player off the bench, Miller said. “We don’t know if we’ll start him,” Miller said. “We do know he’s going to play a lot.” Angus Nelson, a junior, saw limited action last year and will be counted on to step up in varsity play this year. “He’s very capable and he’s grown a lot,” Miller said. “He can be somebody who can rebound and get inside points.” At 6 feet, Nelson is one of the tallest players on the team. Meanwhile, Tyler Houston will be counted upon with his shooting. “He’s got some work to do on defense, but he’s a good offensive player,” Miller said. And 6-foot Josiah Witteman may be the team’s most athletic player. “He’s pretty green, but he’s a good athlete,” Miller said. “He may score 15 points one night and go scoreless the next.” The Titans will open the season Thursday at Crest before heading the following week to Yates Center for the Wildcat Winter Classic. Trevor Vahsholtz 5-11 Zach Roush 5-9 John Worthy 5-8 Cameron Gillis 5-11 Justus Parmley 5-9 Dakota Gibson 5-8 Carter Toy 5-9 Tanner Garretson 5-10 Ross Gilbert 5-8 Justin Eccles 5-8 Jesse Gibson 6-1 Head Coach: Brandt Miller

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Southern Coffey County High's Aaron True, left, and Chism Newkirk go through a drill in front of Titan head coach Brandt Miller in practice. Southern Coffey County opens the 2012-13 season Thursday at Crest.

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the way, along with Brice Aiello, Raymond Branstetter, Andrew Garber, Jordan Long and Cody Conner. “The guys have two options,” Carson said. “They can all compete against each other for spots at that weight, or some of them can bulk up to higher weight divisions, where they can wrestle at varsity meets all year long.” Both sides have their advantages: one fosters greater competition, while the other gives individual

wrestlers more experience through the year. The key to Iola’s success is the growing popularity of the sport among Iola Middle School students and the Allen County Mat Warriors program for youngsters, Carson said. “Like anything, the guys get better with repetition,” Carson said. Wrestling also proves beneficial for athletes in other sports, especially football. “Plus wrestling has been around as a sport longer than football has,” Carson

said. Carson is assisted by Ron Schomaker, former head wrestling coach at IMS. “He’s been invaluable,” Carson said. The wrestling team opens the 2012-13 campaign Thursday in Eureka. The squad also will host a clinic Dec. 4 to coincide with the opening of practices for the Mat Warriors. “It’s a great opportunity to introduce wrestling to kids who may not have been exposed to it before,” Carson said.

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Lady Titans successful on, off the court LE ROY — A trio of returning starters who have sparkled on and off the basketball court will be looked upon to lead the way for Southern Coffey County High’s girls. Senior Sarah Webb and Junior Breanna Isch will provide much of the inside strength for the Lady Titans, head coach Jeff True said, while senior guard Martyna Hegwald will lead the perimeter attack. They are the centerpieces for a squad that went 9-11 last year with high hopes for improvement this season. Much of True’s enthusiasm came from the team’s more recent performance on the volleyball court, in which the Lady Titans qualified for the Class 1A state tournament.

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“This basketball team was our volleyball team,” True said. “Our seniors will need to carry over their good work ethic from volleyball to basketball. They are good role models and leaders for the underclassmen.” Leading the way is the 5-11 Webb, who averaged 8.1 points and 7.5 rebounds a game last year, and the 6-foot Isch, who scored 6.7 points and pulled in 7.5 rebounds. Hegwald averaged 4.4 points in 2011-12. “Martyna will have to step into more of a scoring position for us from the perimeter,” True said. Chenae Newkirk (5-3) and Miranda Alumbaugh (5-7) both provided plenty of quality varsity play last season. Myranda Hegwald, a 5-7 senior, will fill a utility role of sorts. “She could be playing a number of positions, both on the inside and outside,” True said. Three sophomores, 5-11 Brittne Brite, 5-foot, and Lydia Brooks, 5-foot Connie Lyda, will be counted on as well, True said. One key element that should play in the Lady Titans’ favor is its smarts — as in good grades. “You take this whole group of girls and average out their grade-point average, and I bet you’re looking at 3.8 or above, with several 4.0 students,” True said. Staying healthy and working hard are the keys to SCC’s success, True continued. “Our goal is to get stronger and play as a team,” he said. “We want to compete every day in practice and in our games to improve with our ultimate goal of being ready for postseason play.

Southern Coffey Co. Lady Titans 2012-13 Basketball Roster Name Pos. Grade Martyna Hegwald 5-7 12 Myranda Hegwald 5-7 12 Sarah Webb 5-11 12 Miranda Alumbaugh 5-7 11 Breanna Isch 6-0 11 Chenae Newkirk 5-1 11 Brittne Brite 5-11 10

Jessica Cole 5-2 Connie Lyda 5-0 Callie Patterson 5-4 Andrea Zlab 5-4 Kalyn Deal 5-5 Amber Emmons 5-5 Avery Hall 5-6 Maycee Hegwald 5-4 Jordan Walburn 5-0 Head Coach: Jeff True

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Above, Southern Coffey County players Sarah Webb, right, and Breanna Isch square off in a recent practice sesssion. The Lady Titans open the 2012-13 season Thursday in Crest. “The underclassmen will have to be ready to step up and provide quality minutes,” he continued. “Our ball handling and passing will be big keys. Depth is always a concern, but we have quality kids who are not afraid to work to get better.” True envisions Olpe, Waverly, Burlington, Lebo and Madison all as tough opponents for Lyon County League supremacy. “Playing in that league is good because the teams Southern Coffey Co. 2012-13 Basketball Schedule Nov. 29 — at Crest Dec. 3-8 — Yates Center Preseason Tournament Dec. 11 — Madison Dec. 14 — at Lebo Dec. 18 — Marais des Cygnes Valley Jan. 4 — Waverly Jan. 8 — at Burlingame Jan. 11 — Olpe Jan. 15 — at Hartford Jan. 21-25 — Lyon County Leage Tourney at Emporia Jan. 28 — Crest Feb. 1 — at Waverly Feb. 8 — at Marmaton Valley Feb. 15 — Lebo Feb. 19 — Uniontown Feb. 22 — at Olpe Feb. 25-March 2 — Substate Tourney, TBA Home games in bold

are so tough,” True said. “It really gets us ready for the postseason.”

Southern Coffey County opens the 2012-13 campaign Thursday at Crest.

Southern Coffey County High freshman Amber Emmons looks to make an outlet pass in a practice session.

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