• Royals power past Tigers 6-1

    The Kansas City Royals hit 4 solo home runs on the way to a 6-1 win over the Detroit Tigers Tuesday night. Raul Mondesi hit his first career home run, Alex Gordon, Eric Hosmer and Kendrys Morales also hit home runs for the Royals.
  • Emporia State kicker Austin Morton named to Mitchell watch list

    (ESUAthletics) Emporia State kicker Austin Morton is one of 27 kickers from across NCAA FCS, D2, D3 and the NAIA to be named to the Fred Mitchell Award preseason watch list for excellence on the football field and in the community.
  • USA adds 2 Gold medals on Day 11 of Olympics

    (ABCSports) American gymnast Simone Biles won the gold medal in the women's floor routine finals Tuesday in Rio de Janeiro. This is Biles' final event in Rio, and her record-breaking fourth gold medal in the Olympic Games. The 19-year-old is now the fifth woman, and first American woman to
  • Jamaal Charles back at practice for Chiefs

    Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is back on the practice field.The Chiefs announced Tuesday morning that they were removing Charles from the PUP list and that he would begin practicing on a limited basis. Charles, who is the franchise’s all-time leading rusher, last played for
  • Emporia State baseball adds to roster

    Emporia State baseball Coach Bob Fornelli has announced the addition of 12 players for this years team. The newcomers include three infielders, two outfielders, two catchers, an infield/outfield utility player and four right-handed pitchers. The Hornets finished last season 39-19 after going

  • Emporia High boys soccer to have different look

    The Emporia High boys soccer team will have a new look this fall after graduating 8 seniors from last years team.
  • Kennedy pitches Royals past Tigers

    (espn) Ian Kennedy pitched into the seventh inning to win for the first time since June 26 as the Kansas City Royals beat Detroit 3-1 Monday night.
  • Emporia State football ranked 24th in AFCA poll

    The Emporia State football team will begin the 2016 season ranked 24th in the American Football Coaches Association poll. The Hornets are 1 of 3 MIAA teams in the top 25. The Hornets will open against the top ranked team Northwest Missouri State. Central Missouri is ranked 20th. Pittsburg
  • Emporia High Football has 75 players report for 1st day

    75 players including 12 seniors reported for the first day of practice for the Emporia High football team.
  • Emporia State volleyball begins 2016

    The Emporia State Volleyball team held 3 practices on their first day.
  • Emporia State Soccer welcomes 24 to camp

    The Emporia State soccer team welcomed 24 players to their first day of practice Monday.
  • 6 new medals, no Golds for USA on day 10 of Rio Olympics

    The United States picked up 6 more medals on day 10 of the Rio Olympics but no golds.
    In Gymnastics Lauren Hernandez took silver and Simone Biles took bronze on the balance beam.
    And in track and field Allyson Felix took silver in the 400. Clayton Murphy earned bronze
  • Emporian Named next swim coach at Nebraska Kearney

    (UNK) Former Emporian Rebecca Tidwell has been named the next Head Swim Coach at Nebraska Kearney. Tidwell a 2011 graduate of Emporia High School was a member of the swim team and qualified for state as a sophomore, junior and senior. While at Nebraska Kearney she he was twice named Academic

  • Royals defeat Twins 11-4

    (kcroyals) The Kansas City Royals' erupted with 16 hits while out scoring the Minnesota Twins 11-4 Sunday.
    Paulo Orlando led the way with four hits, including a triple and a three-run homer. He fell a double shy of the cycle.
  • Emporia State football on day 5 of training camp

    The Emporia State football team is on day 5 of training camp. One of the strengths of the Hornets offense will be the running back corps. 4 running backs with experience return.

  • High Schools and Emporia State volleyball and soccer to hold first day of fall practices

    Monday is the first day for High School Fall Sports to hold practices as they begin to prepare for the up coming seasons.
    Emporia States Volleyball and Soccer team will holding their first practices Monday.
  • USA adds 2 golds on day 9 of Rio Olympics

    The United States picked up 2 more Gold medals on day 9 of the Rio Olympics.

  • PDGA Pro World Championships crown champions

    There was a first time champion and a 4th time champion in the PDGA Pro World Championships. Ricky Wysocki of Fort Mills, South Carolina won his first ever Mens open Championship.Valarie Jenkins of Bend, Oregon earned her 4th World Championship.
  • Twins power past Royals 5-3

    The Minnesota Twins hit 3 home runs on the way to a 5-3 win over the Kansas City Royals Saturday night.

  • Chiefs lose heartbreaker to Seattle

    The Seattle Seahawks scored on the games final play and converted a 2 point play to edge the Kansas City Chiefs 17-16 Saturday.

  • Emporia State football holds 3rd practice Saturday

    The Emporia State football team is 3 days into training camp.

  • Royals out score Twins 7-3

    (espn) Yordano Ventura has won consecutive starts for the first time in two months, Kendrys Morales homered in his return from a one-game suspension and Kansas City beat Minnesota 7-3.
  • Chiefs host Seattle in preseason opener

    The Kansas City Chiefs play their first preseason game Saturday afternoon when they host the Seattle Seahawks.
  • USA addes 4 Gold Medals on day 7

    The United States picked up 4 more Gold medals on day 7 of the Rio Olympics yesterday. Maya DiRado won the 200 backstroke. Katie Ledecky won the 800 free. Anthony Ervin won the 50 free and Michelle Carter won the shotput.
  • New leader for womens open division of PDGA Pro Worlds

    There is a new leader after 4 rounds in the womens open division in the PDGA Pro World Championships. Paige Pierce of Plano, Texas has taken over the lead. Richard Wysocki has the lead in the mens open division going into Saturdays semi-finals.
  • Emporia State football picks up pace on day 2

    Emporia States football team is two practices into their preparation for the 2016 season. 
  • Duffy tosses complete game in win over White Sox

    Danny Duffy pitched his first complete game and won his eighth straight decision, and Cheslor Cuthbert had two hits and drove in a run in Kansas City's 2-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox Thursday.
  • USA adds 5 Gold medals on day 6 of Rio Olympics

    5 more gold medals for the USA Thursday at the Rio Olympics. Simone Biles took gold in the womens gymnastics Individual All-Around competition. Aly Raisman was the silver medalist in the womens gymnastics individual all-around.
    In the swimming pool -
    Michael Phelps
  • Kansas Stars advance to semi-finals at NBC World Series

    The Kansas Stars, the team made up of former Major League baseball players, has advanced to the semi-finals of the NBC World Series in Wichita. The Stars defeated the defending champions, Seattle Studs, 10-2 Thursday. Former Kansas City Royal Jeremy Guthrie was the winning pitcher. Emporian

  • Emporia State football holds first practice of 2016 training camp

    The Emporia State football team began preparing for the 2016 season with their first practice Thursday.

  • Allen and Wysocki hold onto leads after Day 3 of PDGA Pro Worlds

    Richard Wysocki of Ft. Mills, South Carolina and Catrina Allen held onto their leads after day 3 of the PDGA Pro World Championships being played in Emporia.

  • Emporia State Volleyball 8 in MIAA poll

    Emporia States volleyball team has been selected 8th in the MIAA Coaches pre-season poll. Washburn is the top pick. Central Oklahoma and Central Missouri are tied for 2nd place.  Nebraska Kearney, Missouri Western, Northwest Missouri State and Fort Hays State are ranked ahead of the Lady

  • Royals walk off with 3-2 win in 14 innings

    Lorenzo Cain's two-out single in the 14th inning scored Christian Colon from second base giving the Kansas City Royals a 3-2 win over the Chicago White Sox Wednesday night.

  • Emporia State football to hold first practice of 2016

    The Emporia State football team will hold its first practice of training camp Thursday night.
  • 2 more Gold medals for USA on day 5 of Olympics

    The United States picked up 6 more medals Wednesday at the Rio Olympics. Two were Gold Kristin Armstrong in the womens Cycling road time trials and another swimming gold the womens 4x200 free relay.
  • KU women, KSU and WSU men play exhibition games

    The Kansas Women, Kansas State men and Wichita State mens basketball teams are playing some summer games out of the United States.
  • New mens leader after day 2 of PDGA Pro Worlds

    Day 2 of the Professional Disc Golf Association Pro World Championships is in the book. Richard Wysocki has taken the lead in the mens open division. Catrina Allen holds onto lead in womens open division.
  • White Sox rally for 7-5 win in 10 innings over Royals

    Todd Frazier hit a three-run homer in the 10th inning to lift the Chicago White Sox over Kansas City Royals 7-5 Tuesday night.
  • USA adds 4 Golds Tuesday

    Team USA added 7 medals including 4 Golds to their count on Tuesday at the Rio Olympics.

    (Photos courtesy RioOlympics/Getty Images).

  • Day one of PDGA World Championships complete

    Day 1 of the Professional Disc Golf Association World Championships is complete. 4 time defending champion Paul McBeth of Huntington Beach, Califorina has a 1 stroke lead in the mens open division. Catrina Allen has a 2 stroke lead in the womens open division.
  • Royals to open series with White Sox

    The Kansas City Royals open a 3 game series with the Chicago White Sox Tuesday night. Edison Volquez will be the starting pitcher for the Royals and Chris Sale makes the start for the White Sox. The Royals and the White Sox are tied for 3rd place in the AL Central 10 games back of first place

  • PDGA World Championships underway

    The Professional Disc Golf Association World Championships began Tuesday morning in Emporia. 416 golfers will be participating. 7 of the golfers are from Emporia. Including Eric McCabe who won the title in 2010.
  • USA adds 7 medals 2 golds on Monday at Olympics

    The United States added 7 more medals to the count including 2 gold medals yesterday at the Olympics. Ryan Murphy took gold in the 100 back stroke. Lilly King took gold in the 100 breast stroke. Both set Olympic Records.
  • Kansas City Chiefs deep at receiver

    The Kansas City Chiefs are into week two of training camp.

  • Morales grand slam carries Royals past Rays 7-1

    Kendrys Morales hit a grand Slam in the 7th inning leading the Kansas City Royals to a 7-1 win over the Toronto Blue Jays Sunday.
  • Chase Coble wins Emporia Mens City Golf Championship

    Chase Coble won his first Emporia Mens City golf championship Sunday.
    Coble finished the two day event, played at the Emporia Golf Course, with a 2 under 140.
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  • USA earns 7 medals Sunday at Olympics

    The United States picked up 7 medals Sunday at the Olympics including 2 Golds.
    Swimmer Katie Ledecky took gold in in the 400 free and set a world record.
    The mens 4 x100 relay also earned a gold medal. Michael Phelps was a part of the relay earning his 19th career
  • Emporia Jr Spartans 3rd at MAYB Nationals

    The Emporia Jr Spartans 7th grade boys basketball team finished in 3rd place at the MAYB Nationals. They out scored the All Missouri Attack 48-39 in the 3rd place game. They finished the tournament with a 7 and 1 record.

  • Former Emporia High Wrestling Coach to enter KWCA Hall of Fame

    Former Emporia High wrestling Coach Dennis Charbonneau has been selected for induction into the Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association hall of fame. Charbonneau was the head wrestling coach at Emporia High for 5 years, 2009-2014, and led the Spartans to a State title in 2010. 

  • Olpe High Boys track coach 2A Coach of Year

    Olpe boys track coach Eric True has been named the 2016 2A boys track and field coach of the year by the Kansas Coaches Association. The Olpe boys were the 2A state champions at this springs state track and field meet.
  • Royals rally for 4-2 win over Rays

    The Kansas City Royals rallied for a 4-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays Saturday night.
  • Two tied for 1st at Emporia Mens City Golf Championship

    There is a two way tie for first place in the Emporia City mens golf tournament. Chris Vahsholtz and Chase Coble both shot 71s for their first round at the Emporia Golf course. Defending champion Chad Buchholz is 1 stroke back.
    Tom Robke has the lead in the first flight with a
  • Emporia JR Spartans to play for 3rd place at MAYB Nationals

    The Emporia JR Spartans, 7th grade boys basketball team, will be playing for 3rd place at the M-A-Y-B National tournament Sunday. The Junior Spartans were out scored by the Missouri Machine 71-65 in the
  • 8 Inducted into Pro Football Hall of fame

    Eight new members were inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday: Eddie DeBartolo Jr., Tony Dungy, Brett Favre, Kevin Greene, Marvin Harrison, Orlando Pace, Ken Stabler, and Dick Stanfel.
    The Green Bay Packers will take on the Indianapolis Colts in the 2016 Hall
  • 2016 Olympics day 3

    The United State picked up 5 medals Saturday at the 2016 Olympics.
  • NASCAR at Watkins Glen Sundy

    Carl Edwards has the pole for Sundays NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen. Kyle Larsen qualified 2nd and Tony Stewart 3rd. Clint Boywer will start from the 28th spot.
  • Rays out score Royals 4-3

    Devon Travis hit his second homer of the game in the ninth inning to lift Toronto past Kansas City 4-3 Friday night.
  • KU to add Alabama football transfers

    The Kansas football team has secured its second Alabama transfer in a 24-hour span.

  • Chiefs add Folz to quarterback fold

    The Kansas City Chiefs went full contact Friday. It was also the first day in camp for quarterback Nick Foles.
  • PDGA World Championship week underway

    The Pro Disc Golf Association World Championships will hold their first event today. Its a Mix Doubles tournament. Play will begin at 9am at the Jones East Course.
  • MLB All-Stars to play in NBC World Series

    A group of former Major League baseball  players have formed a team, the Kansas Stars, that will be playing in the NBC World Series in Wichita. The group is headlined by NBC alum Roger Clemens. The roster also includes Kansas natives Adam LaRoche of Fort Scott, Nate Robertson of Wichita

  • Royals blow lead, lose to Rays 3-2

    (kcroyals) Brad Miller's three-run homer in the eighth inning led the Tampa Bay Rays to a 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals Thursday afternoon. The Rays earned a split of the four-game series as they closed out the season with a 2-5 mark against the Royals.
  • Emporia State soccer camps

    Emporia State soccer Coach Bryan Sailer will be holding two camps next week. Both will begin on Monday the 8th and run thru to Thursday the 11th. One camp will be for those ages 7 to 18. It will begin at 10am and go until 3pm with a lunch. There will also be a mini camp for those ages 4
  • Royals routed by Rays 12-0

    It was a forgettable night for the Kansas City Royals, they were routed by the Tampa Bay Rays 12-0 Wednesday night.
  • Thursday day off for KC Chiefs, add QB

    (kcchiefs) Thursday is the first scheduled off day for the Kansas City Chiefs during training camp.

  • Royals edge Rays 3-2

    Salvador Perez hit a two-run home run in the seventh inning that lifted the Kansas City Royals to a 3-2 win over Tampa Bay Tuesday night.
  • Emporia State 3rd and 4th in MIAA football preseason polls

    After a 11 and 3 season and two play-off wins the Emporia State football team has been selected 3rd and 4th in the MIAA Coaches and Media preseason polls released Tuesday.
  • Chiefs hold 2nd practice in pads

    The Kansas City Chiefs held their second day of practice with full pads Tuesday.
  • Duffy strikes out 16 in Royals 3-0 win over Rays

    Danny Duffy struck out a Kansas City Royals record 16 batters pitching the Royals past Tampa Bay 3-0 Monday night. Duffy took a no hitter into the 8th inning. 
  • QB leaves Emporia State football team

    One of the quarterbacks who was in the running to be the starter has left the Emporia State football team. Ty Reasnor after 3 seasons with the program has left the program.

  • Royals make no trades before deadline

    No trades for the Kansas City Royals before Mondays trade deadline.
  • Chiefs hold first practice in pads Monday

    The Kansas City Chiefs held their 3rd practice of training camp and the first in pads.

  • Rangers sweep Royals

    Mitch Moreland homered for the fifth time in his last five starts and the Texas Rangers Completed a four-game sweep of the Kansas City Royals with a 5-3 win Sunday.
  • Chiefs hold day two of 2016 practices

    The Kansas City Chiefs held their 2nd full squad practice Sunday.
  • East out scores West 48-27 in Shrine Bowl

    The East out scored the West 48-27 in the 43rd annual Kansas Shrine Bowl All-Star football game played Saturday night at Emporia States Welch Stadium.
  • Texas walks off with 2-1 win over Royals

    (kcroyals/espn) Mitch Moreland homered with two outs in the ninth inning to lift Texas past Kansas City 2-1 Saturday night. Brooks Pounders had gotten the first two outs in the ninth before Moreland homered for the fourth time in five games. 
  • Kansas City Chiefs hold first practice for 2016

    (kcchiefs) The Kansas City Chiefs held their first full squad practice Saturday as training camp is underway. The Chiefs have put together three straight winning seasons and two playoff appearances, including the first playoff win in more than two decades last year, and heading into
  • Emporia Energy 14s finish in top 8 at Nationals

    The Emporia Energy 14 year old team wrapped up play in the USSSA National tournament Saturday, finishing in the top 8 out of 36 teams. The Energy began Saturday with a 9-1 loss to the Texas Glory. They then defeated the Gold Glovers 16-15, scoring 3 runs in the bottom of the 6th to get the

  • NASCAR AT Pocono for Pennsylvania 400

    NASCAR is at Pocono Raceway for for Sundays Sprint Cup Pennsylvania 400. Martin Truex jr has the pole, Carl Edwards will start 2nd. Clint Bowyer qualified 28th.

  • Rangers power past Royals 8-3

    (kcroyals/espn) The Texas Rangers powered past the the Kansas City Royals 8-3 Friday night. Rougned Odor homered twice, and A.J. Griffin pitched into the sixth inning in Texas' victory over Kansas City.
  • Emporia Energy 14s at Nationals

    The Emporia Energy 14 year old girls fast pitch softball team picked up two wins at the USSSA Nationals Friday.
  • Kansas City Chiefs open training camp

    (KCCHIEFS) The wait is over. It’s here. While the quarterbacks, rookies and a few select veterans working their way back from injury have been practicing for the past three days on the campus of Missouri Western State University, the rest of the team reported Friday afternoon for the start
  • KJGA Sectional tournament wraps up

    The Kansas Junior Golf Association Sectional tournament wrapped up Friday at the Emporia Golf Course with Cole Gritton of Manhattan winning the Match play title. He defeated Salinas Grant Herrenbruck 1 up. Earlier in the week in stroke play Herrenbruck finished in 1st place finishing the 2
  • Practice continues as East Team gets ready for Shrine Bowl on Saturday

    Things are getting set in place for the 43rd Annual Shrine Bowl this Saturday evening.
  • 43rd Annual Kansas Shrine Bowl next Saturday

    Things kicked off for the 43rd Annual Kansas Shrine Bowl Friday as the players for the East team reported at Emporia State University's Morse Hall.
  • Royals back on track, beat Rangers 3-1

    Cheslor Cuthbert continued his hot hotting, Danny Duffy continued his stellar ptiching and the Kansas City Royals produced a much-needed win against Texas on Friday.
  • East Squad reports to ESU for Shrine Bowl.

    Preparations begin, Friday, for the Kansas Shrine Bowl.  Members of the East Squad will report for training camp Friday, on the Emporia State campus.  Emporia High's Nick Kirmer, Burlingame's Paul Holt, and Mission Valley's Patrick Shuler are representing the East Squad.  ESU

  • Royals spend off-day at White House.

    The Kansas City Royals return to action Friday night, hosting the Texas Rangers in a weekend series.  Thursday, the Royals spent their off day being honored for their 2015 World Series championship at the White House by President Barack Obama.
  • Senior Legion advances to State tournament.

        The Emporia Senior American Legion baseball team is advancing to the Legion State tournament after finishing 1-1 in Zone play. 
  • Royals trounced by Indians, 11-4.

         The Cleveland Indians hit five home runs on their way to an 11-4 rout over the Kansas City Royals 11-4, Wednesday afternoon. 
  • Senior Legion opens Zone play with 15-2 win.

    The Emporia Senior American Legion baseball team opened Zone tournament play with a 15-2 win over Junction City. 

  • Royals fall to Indians, 7-3.

        The Cleveland Indians outscored the Kansas City Royals 7-3, Tuesday night. 
  • Post 5 set to open Zone play.

        The Emporia Senior American Legion baseball team is scheduled to open Zone tournament play, Tuesday night, at Soden's Grove. 
  • Dyson slams Royals past Indians.

        The Kansas City Royals used a seven-run eighth inning to rally for a 7-3 win over the Cleveland Indians Monday night. 
  • Detroit walks off with win over Royals

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia's two-run home run in the bottom of the ninth sent Detroit to a 4-2 win over the Kansas City Royals Sunday. 
  • Emporia Energy 14s tune up for Nationals

    The Emporia Energy 14 year old team had a good tune up for the ASA 14b National Championships over the weekend, finishing in 1st place in a World Series warm-up tournament. They finished with a 5-1 record. They are now 33 and 14 for the season and will play in the National Championships July

  • Emporia teams place in top 4 of MAYB tournament

    It turned out to be a good weekend for the 4 Emporia basketball teams playing in the Emporia MAYB tournament.
  • Emporians pick more medals at Sunflower State games

    At the Sunflower State games 6 Emporia swimmers, 5 bowlers and 3 in shooting sports picked up medals during the second weekend of the Sunflower State games.
  • Kenseth wins at New Hampshire

    Matt Kenseth took the checkered flag at New Hampshire Sunday. He finished ahead of Tony Stewart and Joey Lagano. The win is Kenseth's second of the season, third at New Hampshire and the 38th of his Sprint Cup career. Clint Bowyer finished in 24th place. NASCAR next goes to Indianapolis.

  • Royals out score Tigers 8-4

    The Kansas City Royals scored 4 runs in the first inning and never looked back on the way to a 8-4 win over the Detroit Tigers last night.