Hear from Andy Reid on the teams final day of training camp up in St. Joseph, Missouri.
Every weekday at 7:45 Mitch Holthus breaks down what is happening at Chiefs Training Camp
Cahill lasts just two innings but Royals bullpen can’t hold onto the lead.
Reid gives his final thoughts before the Chiefs first preseason game
Nebraska Kearney picked to win the league for this coming year.
Washburn begins season on Monday with first day of fall camp.
Merrifield, Cabrera and Hosmer all homer in Royals easy game two win.
Royals will play a double header on Sunday
Beaty is excited about the competition in camp thus far.
Hear from Topeka natives, Barry, Geary, McCoy and more.
Bill Snyder speaks to the media on Thursday for their annual media day.
Wildcats selected 19th in the first edition of the Coaches Poll.
Hosmer hit a cool .379 in the month of July.
Schurig is excited about this season says off season workouts have been some best he has had in his 16 years.
Bearcats top the list, Emporia State comes in 2nd in preseason poll
Hear from both coordinators, Bob Sutton and Dave Toub.
Skeens will head to Brazil for a ten day road trip and play four games.
Royals Trade two minor league pitchers for the former Royal.
Hear from Andy Reid from day number one of training camp
The 44th edition of the Kansas Shrine Bowl is this Saturday, listen to the Shawnee County player contingent share their thoughts about the week.
The Chiefs introduce their new GM Brett Veach and Clark Hunt explains why he made a change in the GM department.
Hear from Bill Snyder, Jesse Ertz, Dalton Risner, Trent Tanking and DJ Reed.
Kansas, Texas Tech, Oklahoma, TCU and Iowa State meet the media for the Big 12 football’s unofficial kickoff.
Jayhawks earned a team GPA of 3.0 or better in the 2016-2017 season.
Sporting Kansas City pushes home unbeaten streak to 18.
Royals light up twins in game one but give up too many in game two
Royals move Cuthbert to the DL with wrist injury.
Seaman graduate Walker Basset and Washburn Rural graduate Mallory Shuler earn Most Inspirational Athletes of the Year
Trio set to speak at the Shawnee County Sports Banquet on Thursday.
Sports Banquet will be held at the Capitol Plaza Hotel on June 22nd at 6:30 p.m.
The Washburn basketball campers were entertained by Malik Newman on Tuesday and today they got the chance to see and play against Barry Brown of K-State and Devonte Graham of KU. The two veteran guards had a fun question and answer session plus signed autographs and more at Brett Ballards Washburn basketball camp. Brown and […]
KU guard is excited to get on the court this coming season.
Andy Reid meets with the media to discuss the three day mini-camp and what the team will do in the break before training camp
KSHSAA will have new classification system for the 2018-2019 school year
Floyd eager to get back on the mound and face hitters.
Former Shawnee Heights T-Bird Jordan Floyd selected with pick 300 in the MLB draft.
Hear from all four stars of the Chiefs on mini-camp day one.
Weber and Snyder address the large crowd of Wildcat fans.
Kansas State AD announces that Sutton will be granted a full release.
Andy Reid recaps week two of Organized Team Activities.
Washburn Rural’s Munns earns Centennial League Player of the Year.
Hear from Mitchell Schwartz, Ron Parker and Mitch Morse after OTAs on Tuesday.
Zenger is now on board till 2021
Listen to Andy Reid recap the first three OTA practices.
Topeka Seaman’s Mills earns Centennial League player of the year.
The 2016-2017 season has wrapped up, each school has nominated their athlete for conference athletes of the year.
Alex Smith, Jeremy Maclin and Chris Jones speak to the media after OTA practice.
Self has served on the NABC Board of Directors since 2007.
Hornets lose on walk off against Central Oklahoma
State baseball and softball set for May 25-26.
Vikings, T-Birds and Wildcats all heading to state.
Three city schools will continue their season and head to the state tournament.
Heights now waits to see if the other schools get approval to form new league.
Fornelli for Emporia State earns Coach of the Year.
Alexander heads to the disabled list after suffering a right hamstring strain.
MIAA tournament set to begin on Thursday in Joplin, Missouri.
Rural lands former Pittsburg State Head Coach Kevin Muff.
Bonifacio and Hosmer both home run as the Royals top the White Sox.
Washburn hands out team MVPs of all sports at annual sports banquet
Washburn Ichabod linebacker inks free agent deal with Packers.
Chiefs wheel and deal in the 2017 NFL draft and end up with six final picks.
Lee goes to the Vikings with pick 232.
Chiefs open up the 2017 season with New England
Injuries are a big factor for the Wildcats as the Spring game approaches.
Chiefs start up phase one of the their off-season workout schedule.
New Wildcat AD spoke about what he will bring to the table as the man in charge of the athletic program.
Beaty pleased with the effort the Jayhawks had in spring game.
Sean Snyder filled in for Bill Snyder at Wildcat media day on Tuesday. Bill was in Kansas City tending to appointments
Ballard met with the team for the first time on Sunday night and is eager to get things going.
Wichita State leaves the conference they have been a part of since 1945.
Newly named Washburn basketball coach appeared on 580 Sports Talk to talk all things hoops.
Tilford, 57, was inducted into the Shawnee County Sport Hall of Fame in 2016
listen to Bill Snyder speak for the first time since being diagnosed with throat cancer.
The trio will be inducted Thursday, June 22, at the Capitol Plaza Hotel and Maner Conference Center.
Royals put Dozier on 60 Day DL to make room for Moylan.
Following Saturday’s game, the Kansas City Royals announced that they have optioned infielder/outfielder Whit Merrifield to Omaha (AAA) and sent right-handed pitcher Seth Maness to minor league camp. The Royals now have 26 active players remaining in Major League camp, which does not include left-handed pitcher Brian Flynn, who is on the 60-day disabled list. […]
Self earns first ballot hall of fame honoree.
Ichaobds looking to piggy back bowl appearance with strong push in 2017.
Ned Yost announced that 21 year old Raul Mondesi will start at second base to open the 2017 season.
Northwest Missouri State claims both football and basketball national titles.
Listen to Bill Self and the KU starters speak about the Midwest regional final.
Mason and Graham combine for 52 points as Jayhawks run away with sweet sixteen win.
Hear from Bill Self, Frank Mason along with locker room audio as the Jayhawks prepare for Purdue.
Listen to the blue blood programs prepare for each other in the round of 32.
Listen to Bruce Weber describe the Bearcat defense.
Listen to Head Coach Bill Self discuss what the Aggies bring to the table.
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Wildcats shoot 66 percent from field as Wake had no answer for Iwundu.
Find out 580 WIBW’s All Tournament Teams from the eight sites, boys and girls.
Hornets struggle in the second half as they fall to Harding.
Jayhawks earns now NCAA record 28th straight bid to the NCAA Tournament.
Wildcat make NCAA tournament for the first time since 2014.
WIBW’s Road To A Championship, presented by the Landing Grill and Bar, coverage enters its 50th year this year. Join WIBW throughout the day Wednesday through Saturday for comprehensive state tournament coverage from all eight sites. For all updated scoring on all eight sites, head to wibwnewsnow.com/scores State Championship Saturday on 580 WIBW State Champs: […]
Semifinal match-ups are set across the state.
Day two of the KSHSAA state basketball tournaments are in action. Class 6A, 4A, 2A girls and 5A, 3A and 1A boys.
Four MIAA women’s basketball teams earned spots in the NCAA Division II Central Regional which will start next weekend. Emporia State, who won their fifth straight MIAA tournament championship earlier today, will be the top seed in this year’s regional tournament. The Lady Hornets will take on Northern State who won the Northern Sun […]
Flott earns Most Outstanding Player of the MIAA Tournament.
Ichabods fall in play-in game for fourth consecutive year.
Moten earns the double double as she takes home the Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year.
Chiefs sign Berry right before the Franchise Tag deadline to a six year deal worth 78 million.