High School Sports
Gayman a game-changer on the defensive end
Nevada Daily Mail After making an instant-impact as a freshman center on the Nevada Tigers basketball team, Clay Gayman is hoping to take his game to the next level. Gayman, a 6-foot-4, 205 pound sophomore-to-be, averaged 11.4 points per game, and 9.6 rebounds per game, while shooting 56 percent from the field during the 2014-15 season. (Gayman's official blocked shot totals were not available)...
Fresh faces look to impact Lady Tigers softball in 2015
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Hard throwing incoming Nevada High School freshman, Kylie Boyd, delivers a pitch during the Lady Tigers team softball camp, Thursday morning at Bushwhacker Field.
Nevada Tigers football and softball camps slated for next week, NHS tennis camp to follow
The Nevada Tigers high school and middle school football camps are slated for July 13-17. The high school camp will take place July 13-15 at Nevada High School, followed by a trip to Girard, Kan., July 16-17. While in Girard, NHS will scrimmage against Lamar and Parsons. Fort Scott High School may also take part in the two-day camp...
Six Griffons make All-Star team
The inaugural MINK League All-Star Game is slated for July 9 in St. Joseph, with six Nevada Griffons making the roster. Griffons players selected for the MINK League south division team, are: center fielder Jamie Graeser, third baseman Kurt Becker, right fielder Dusty Wright, first baseman Taylor Walker, starting pitcher Josh Green, and relief pitcher Shea Nixon...