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  • Larned pours it on Nickerson

    Larned’s Landon Erway believes the Indians’ approach at the plate is the key – be disciplined and swing at good pitches.

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Kingman boys win home tourney

    The Kingman boys tennis team won its own four-team tournament on Friday evening, despite the absence of KHS head tennis coach Seth Roe, who just happened to be on the road with the Eagle junior varsity team.

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  • Heights celebrates three signings

    Heights celebrated the signing of three of their student athletes Friday. Semaj Hervey, Chris Lowe and Zach Pitcher all signed Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers.

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  • South celebrates four college signings

    After winning their third consecutive 6A state championship this spring, the Wichita South girls basketball team saw four of their teammates sign letters of intent to continue their basketball careers.

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  • Hubbard achieves perfection

    Northwest’s senior Cody Hubbard has been bowling since he was three and never bowled a perfect. This season he’s getting close with games of 299 and 297; but sitting in fourth place after two games in Boys 6A state championship, Hubbard finally got the perfect game he’s been working for since he picked up a ball. 

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Romero signs with Neosho

    Bishop Carroll's Roberto Romero has signed a letter of intent to play soccer at Neosho County Community College.

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  • Heights celebrates three signings

    Heights celebrated the signing of three of their student athletes Friday. Semaj Hervey, Chris Lowe and Zach Pitcher all signed Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers.

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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