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    Kansas runners represent at Nike Heartland

    Winfield High School junior and Class 4A State Cross Country champion Riley Osen competed in the 2014 Nike Cross Country Heartland Regional meet on Sunday, Nov. 9, at Yankton Trails Park in Sioux Falls, S.D.  Osen finished 19th in a field of 283 runners. 

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  • All-WAC soccer teams announced

    Liberal leads the 2014 All-Western Athletic Conference first team selections with four this season.  The Redskins shared this season’s WAC title with Dodge City. The Red Demons had three first teamers with Garden City placing two on that list. Hays and Great Bend got one selection each.

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  • Carroll duo sign letters of intent

    Two more Golden Eagles signed their National Letter of Intent Monday, as seniors Taylor Wurtz and Madalyn Swinicki decided to continue their athletic careers.

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  • Heart of the Plains League Catch-All: Fall Sports Week 9

    Two football teams head into the final week of the regular season with perfect records. Skyline’s big fall continues with the lone HOPL volleyball team to advance to state. Several teams will be presented at state cross country.

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  • Riedmiller dominates, captures 3-2-1A state tennis title

    The best word to describe Wichita Independent sophomore Anna Riedmiller after Saturday’s dominant performance is determined. She came up just short in the 2013 state tennis tournament so she was determined not to be denied this year.

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  • Wade becomes a Wildcat

    After signing his scholarship papers to play basketball at Kansas State, St. John-Hudson senior Dean Wade grinned from ear to ear and spelled out K-S-U with his arms as the student body chanted the letters behind him.

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  • Agnew has an earth-rattling signing with Creighton

    There is no break for opponents of Andover’s Jaylyn Agnew. She is a state champion high jumper in the spring, and is a force on a volleyball court that has the Trojans competing at a state level as well. But her prowess on the basketball court, as relentlessly seeking success as she is in the classroom has led to signing to play ball at Creighton.

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  • Former Winfield Swimmer Arrested For Arson

    Former Winfield high swimmer Keiser Witte is accused of setting fires at a residence hall while attending the University of Missouri and faces two counts of first-degree arson. He had been a member of the MU swim team but has been suspended indefinitely.

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    Catchy Award Winners of 2014

    More than 12,500 of you voted for this year Catchy Awards. Every single one of those votes was heard in deciding the best of the best among high school sports stars. Below are the winners.

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  • Brack headed to K-State

    On Wednesday Great Bend senior Jayce Brack signed to throw shot put and discus next season for Kansas State. And even though Brack has long been one of the top high school throwers in the state for some time, sometimes he still can’t believe he’s going to be a Division I athlete next season.

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  • Catchys 750x500 Sponsors

    Catchy Award Winners of 2014

    More than 12,500 of you voted for this year Catchy Awards. Every single one of those votes was heard in deciding the best of the best among high school sports stars. Below are the winners.

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  • Catchys 750x500 Sponsors

    Catchy Award Winners of 2014

    More than 12,500 of you voted for this year Catchy Awards. Every single one of those votes was heard in deciding the best of the best among high school sports stars. Below are the winners.

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  • Catchys 750x500 Sponsors

    Catchy Award Winners of 2014

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  • Catchys 750x500 Sponsors

    Catchy Award Winners of 2014

    More than 12,500 of you voted for this year Catchy Awards. Every single one of those votes was heard in deciding the best of the best among high school sports stars. Below are the winners.

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  • Carroll duo sign letters of intent

    Two more Golden Eagles signed their National Letter of Intent Monday, as seniors Taylor Wurtz and Madalyn Swinicki decided to continue their athletic careers.

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