HAYS, Kan. — Sometimes it’s a challenge for college students to get home to visit family as often as they would like. So Fort Hays State University creates opportunities to bring family members to the students.
It was another trip to state a couple of weeks ago for the Mulvane Wildcats Wrestling coach Rick Langerot, one of many in his coaching career but a special one this year as he has announced his retirement from coaching after the conclusion of this season. Rick has been the head coach of Mulvane High School wrestling for 32 years since its beginning in 1989. Coach Langerot has taken at least one wrestler to state in each of his 32 seasons and this year he took 5 wrestlers to the boy’s state and 1 wrestler to the girl’s state tournament.
A positive influence to her peers and an active student on campus, sophomore Hope Strader was recently named Cowley College’s March Student of the Month.
Oxford High School congratulated Coach Kyle Green for his 200th career win as OHS Boys Basketball coach on Feb. 19. Coach Green marked the occasion with a 72-38 win against Flinthills.
In a historic weekend, the first-ever girls wrestling regionals took place in McPherson and the Mulvane Girls Wrestling team took 5 of the 10 girls on the roster (some girls are out due to injury). The girls placed 12th out of 68 teams and freshman Kammie Schanz placed 2nd place and qualified for state.