Isaiah Mayo scoops up the ball with his glove during fielding drilla on Saturday at Sport2Sport.
U14 KSA Renegades player Jake Frydman controls the ball during a drill Friday at practice at the Free State High School soccer fields.
Trevor Baars' face lights up when he gets to swing at the ball on the tee Saturday during a Sport2Sport session of pre-school T-ball. After practicing throwing the kdis get to play a short game.
Katie Norris and Sam Dykes both go for the ball during a game between their respective teams, Kiwi Force and Howling Coyotes. The Coyotes won the game 5-1 against Kiwi Force Saturday at Youth Sports Inc.
West's Chase Vervynck tosses up the serve at the Lawrence Invitational Tennis match. West took hole the Junior High city tennis title.
Southwest tennis player Nathan Wycoff tosses up a serve during his doubles match at Lawrence High School.
The Enforcers are all smiles after they won four games and lost one, allowing only one goal and coming in second in the U11 Division B. Pictured in the back row, left to right: Abby Gillam, Chelsea Casady, Rylee Fuerst and Coach Pat Watkins. Middle Row: Abbey Casady, Kylie Dever, Bailey Harrell and Anna Kate Kleibohmer. Front Row: Carly Davis, Daniella Smith, Madeline Dieker and Emilie Padgett. Team members not pictured are Molly Ryan and Elena Auer. On the weekend they won their first game against the Blackfire Adrenaline 3-0, their second game verses the Topeka Tornados 2-0, their third game verses the EFC Force 1-0, their semifinal game against the FC Rangers White 1-0 in overtime. In their final game they lost 0-1 to the KC Comets Reiman.
u11 Force Michael Latham, right, steals the ball from the KC Premier team at Heritage Soccer Park on Saturday. The game ended in a 3 -all tie.
Landon Berquist and Trevor Baars size up their bats before they take at swing at the tee Saturday at Sport2Sport during a pre-school T-ball session.
West's tennis teams top 16 players pose on the court. Back row: Ian Sommerville, Seth McCauley, Chris Carter, Jeff Jasperson, Colter Scott, Michael Swank, Daniel Gilroy, Evan Taylor, Trevor Everett, assistant coach Pat Laushman and Connor Klutman. Front row: Alan Hornbaker, Joey Sakumura, Dravid Joseph, Sebastian Schoeneich, Christina Picicci, Blaine Kaehr, Ian White and Austin Bergstrom.
Skeletons forward Chase Hofer tracks down the ball early in the first half. Hofer recorded a hat trick with three goals during the game Saturday.
Bryce Hadl runs past Skeletons' player Chase Hofer late in the game. Hadl had two goals to help his team to an 8-6 victory Saturday at Youth Sports Inc.
Elite player Joel Dixon controls the ball against the Silver Strikers defender Saturday at Youth Sports Inc.
T-ball coach Jackie Corcoran gives the 3-and 4-years-olds some advice before beginning a game in the second half of their session Saturday.
Zachary Chipman, right, gets position to take the ball against a Skeletons defender. Chipman score a pair of goals for his team en route to an 8-6 victory Saturday at Youth Sports Inc.
South Junior High's Byron Varsberg extends for a forehand volley during his match in the No. 1 singles consolation bracket May 2 at Lawrence High School.
Ernesto Hodison II tries to make a move past Kiwi Force defender Julie White. Hodison and the Howling Coyotes won the game Saturday at Youth Sports Inc.
Howling Coyotes forward Jared Johnson runs ahead of Kiwi Force defender Gretchen Hierl. Johnson had two goals in Saturday's 5-1 Coyotes victory.
Howling Coyotes forward Sam Dykes takes the ball upfield against the Kiwi Force on Saturday.
KSA Renegades coach Jason Pendleton instructs his players during a drill at practice Friday. Pendleton is also a soccer coach at Free State High School.
The Clippers head into the dugout after their sixth-run seventh inning against teh Jets on Friday at Youth Sports Inc.
West's Ian Summerville strikes a forehand return during his No. 1 doubles match May 2nd at Lawrence High School.
U14 KSA Renegades teammates Roy Wedge and Ethan Vogelsang both go for the ball during a team practice Friday at Free State High School. The Renegades are 4-1 on the season.
Enoch Quaye controls the ball during a drill at the U14 KSA Renegades practice Friday at Free State. The Renegades are 4-1 and will compete in the Governor's Cup in Topeka over the weekend.
Isaiah Mayo winds up for the throw from third to first Saturday during his session of pre-school T-ball at Sport2Sport.
Southwest's Alex Thompson swings a forehand shot during a doubles match at a tournament at Lawrence High School last week.
Golden Firecracker Heidi Dumesich inbounds the abll Saturday against the Fireballs. Dumesich's two goals helpd the Firecrackers win 5-2.
Jake Frydman, left, runs to the ball next to teammate Sam Passig during a drill at the U14 KSA Renegades practice Friday at Free State High School.
G-Force Competitors pose with their medals after the Oklahoma/Kansas State Trampoline and Power Tumbling meet April 28. Athletes in pictured are Meredith Johnson, Jordan Lutz, Daja Coker, Lacy Giermann, Kelsey Broadwell, Kimi Kramer, Chris Hood, Camille Fittell, Sara Giermann, Weatherly Butler, Ami Harvey, Brea Gatton and Jennifer Stogsdill. Team members not pictured include Brittany Harrell, Lauren Self, Callie Sanders, Caitlin Broadwell, Autum Mock and Holly Harrison.
Central's Eaton Saylor lets fly a serve during a No. 1 singles match in the consolation bracket May 2nd at Lawrence High School.
Central's Eaton Saylor returns a serve from his opponent during a singles match at tournament May 2 at Lawrence High School.
West Junior High winners at the Lawrence Invitational hoist the city trophy. All of these players won medals at the Lawrence Invitational: Christina Picicci, Evan Taylor, Jeff Jasperson, Colter Scott, Daniel Gilroy, Dravid Joseph, Chris Carter, Ian White, Blaine Kaehr, Michael Swank and Austin Bergstrom.
Trevor Baars has his glove on the ground in anticipation of the ground ball Saturday at Youth Sports Inc.
South's Tyler Trarbach connects with a forehand volley during his doubles match May 2 during a tournament at Lawrence High School.
Howling Coyotes forward Jared Johnson runs ahead of Kiwi Force defender Gretchen Hierl. Johnson had two goals in the Coyotes 5-1 victory Saturday.
Jacob Appleman winds up and plants his foot to heave the ball to first base Saturday during a pre-school T-ball session at Sport2Sport.