Two former Chargers reflect on their experiences playing college basketball.
Boys basketball wins the Royal Valley Invitational; Girls earn another win
Boys basketball went 3-0 at the Royal Valley Invitational, while the girls got back on track against Royal Valley.
Basketball falls to Silver Lake, splits with Rock Creek
The boys ended a short losing streak, bouncing back Friday night against Rock Creek.
Basketball opens the season in the Wabaunsee Invitational Tournament
Basketball opened its season last week with games against Norther Heights, Frankfort and Manhattan C.H.I.E.F. in the Wabaunsee Invitational.
Senioritis Season 4: Episode 11 Debating the shot clock
Boys basketball coach Christian Ulsaker and basketball official Lance Fuller join the podcast to debate the merits of adding a shot clock to high school basketball.
STATE BASKETBALL | Boys basketball finishes 2nd, girls exit in 1st round
Jacob Meseke | sports editor With an improbable run in the playoffs, the boys came up short in the championship to Hillsboro, 59-50. The boys ended the season with a 13-13 record. The boys started the season with a 1-10 record and entered the playoffs with a record of 8-12. In the first round of... Continue Reading →
Charger boys and girls prepare for state basketball tournament
For the first time in more than three decades, both Wabaunsee basketball teams are headed to state.
On Saturday, both the boys and girls triumphed in the substate championship, each defeating number one seeds earlier in the week.
WHS winter sports to open this weekend without fans in attendance
Tonight’s season opening basketball game against Axtell will be a lot quieter than usual.
Due to statewide precautions to stop the spread of COVID-19, no spectators will be allowed to attend winter sporting events until at least the end of January.
KSHSAA’s Board of Directors met virtually last week to discuss the upcoming winter sports season and make adjustments surrounding the recent climb in COVID cases in the state of Kansas.
Frank to continue basketball career at Ottawa
Jackson Frank has been on the varsity squad for football, basketball, and baseball all of his four years at WHS. Frank has chosen to attend Ottawa University to continue playing basketball next season.
“Jackson has had a love for basketball since I can remember and I am excited for him to have an opportunity to continue his career at the next level. He had an exceptional senior year and played very well demonstrating leadership to the rest of the team,” principal Jan Hutley said.
Athletes join club sports for increased competition, collegiate opportunities
A large number of Wabaunsee students compete in school-sponsored sports, but only a select group compete in competitive, traveling, or club sports.
Club sports give athletes the opportunity to improve skills in the off-season, play in front of college scouts, and let talented, small-school players compete against larger teams. “You will be able to see the difference in players. These kids are able to play basketball longer, which builds their basketball IQ. From [Spradling Skills Academy, SSA] they are getting a lot of information from very good coaches that played in college,” head boys’ basketball coach Christian Ulsaker said.