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  • Circle grad rushes to NFL

    A single reference to Jordan Phillips and Lee LaMunyon’s ear-to-ear smile will paint a perfect picture of arguably Circle High School’s greatest son.

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  • Building future champions with champions

    In 2014, Arkansas City High School began a new program for middle and high school wrestling in south-central Kansas. The KS-OK Wrestling Champ Team Camp is designed for wrestling teams and individuals wanting to develop their competitive skills. The “Champ” in the title refers to the wrestling counselors that Ark City brings in to help teach techniques to participants.

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  • Campus swim team makes a difference as they Swim-to-a-Wish

    Four years ago, 5 senior swimmers at Campus High School wanted to make a difference. The swim team partnered with the Make-A-Wish foundation to begin Swim-to-a-Wish. For the fourth year in a row, Campus will host it again February 26-28 beginning at 3:45 p.m. on Friday until late morning on Sunday.

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  • Williams headlines SW Kansas signing day

    Dodge City’s 6’5 defensive end/tight end Noah Williams decided to sign at Division II powerhouse Northwest Missouri State. Williams, who also plays basketball, said it was never really a question that he would be football at the next level and he’s excited to play at such a prestigious program.

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  • Circle grad rushes to NFL

    A single reference to Jordan Phillips and Lee LaMunyon’s ear-to-ear smile will paint a perfect picture of arguably Circle High School’s greatest son.

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  • Williams headlines SW Kansas signing day

    Dodge City’s 6’5 defensive end/tight end Noah Williams decided to sign at Division II powerhouse Northwest Missouri State. Williams, who also plays basketball, said it was never really a question that he would be football at the next level and he’s excited to play at such a prestigious program.

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  • Five named to KSHSAA Hall of Fame

    Five individuals have been selected for induction into the Kansas State High School Activities Hall of Fame Class of 2016. Awards will be presented during second semester, 2016, in conjunction with a KSHSAA-sponsored State function championship or locally, at the inductee's request. The time and location of each induction ceremony will be announced at a later date @ www.kshsaa.org.

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  • Williams headlines SW Kansas signing day

    Dodge City’s 6’5 defensive end/tight end Noah Williams decided to sign at Division II powerhouse Northwest Missouri State. Williams, who also plays basketball, said it was never really a question that he would be football at the next level and he’s excited to play at such a prestigious program.

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  • Circle grad rushes to NFL

    A single reference to Jordan Phillips and Lee LaMunyon’s ear-to-ear smile will paint a perfect picture of arguably Circle High School’s greatest son.

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  • Guhr named coach of the year

    After finishing a 44-0 season, Goessel coach Crysta Guhr was named small schools coach of the year by MaxPreps.com.

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  • Treat named coach of the year

    After finishing an undefeated season and winning back-to-back state championships, Rose Hill soccer coach Jerry Treat was named NSCAA National Coach of the Year for small high schools. 

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  • Williams headlines SW Kansas signing day

    Dodge City’s 6’5 defensive end/tight end Noah Williams decided to sign at Division II powerhouse Northwest Missouri State. Williams, who also plays basketball, said it was never really a question that he would be football at the next level and he’s excited to play at such a prestigious program.

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