Even though the Hays Larks officially started in 1946 their history goes back as early as the late 1800’s. Starting out has the Hays Town Team then changing their name to the Hays Larks in 1946. Read more on our history page!
The Hays Larks Organization proudly recognizes its board members
Hays LarksTECHNOLOGY STAFF
The Hays Larks Organization proudly recognizes its digital contributors
Man, Myth, LegendTaylor Wasinger
The original voice of the Larks!
2019 Season Guest Announcer
All around baseball fanatic
Chief Technology GuyBrandon Purdy
Brought life to the Larks digital world.
``There is no starting or stopping, only doing.``
He's new, he's freshCarson Ackerman
Ladies line up..
He cooks, he cleans, he's even a 3-time state champion in sports broadcasting!
Your voice for the 2019 Larks Season!
A PIECE OF HISTORY
The city of Hays has a long-standing baseball history. Records show that the game was played as early as 1869 as a team of soldiers from Fort Hays challenged the Hays Town Team to a game. Photographs have been found as early as 1901 of the Hays Team. From 1869 to... Read More
... Lee was picked co-offensive player of the year. Divis was named co-pitcher of the year. Cavanagh was named defensive player of the year. Also, Valley Center second baseman Grant Lung, who joined the Larks for postseason, was picked to the second team. Hays finished 34-12.
Six players for the Hays Larks made the 2019 Kansas Collegiate League Baseball all-league team. First team: second baseman Jimmy DeLeon, shortstop Matt Cavanagh, pitcher Wyatt Divis, and outfielders Drake Angeron and Justin Lee. Second team: Pitcher Tommy Garcia. ...