Ulysses boys, Colby girls take 3A/4A title at Scott City Relays

In a race for the top spot on the boys side, the race for the team title between Ulysses and Scott City came down to the final race. The Tigers had a 1/2-point lead over the Beavers. Despite being in the first heat, Ulysses finished second in the 4x400m relay, while Scott City finished...
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Lady Buffs Softball Team Dominates Liberal in First WAC Games

In dominating fashion the Garden City High School Softball team collected two convincing victories at Tangeman Sports Complex on Tuesday, with an 11-1 win in game one and 19-0 in game two, both run rule victories to propel Garden City to a 4-2 overall record 2-0 in Western Athletic Conference play. The bats sizzled...
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Buffaloes Have Selected Carlos Prieto to Coach the Wrestling Program

After approval from the USD 457 Board of Education last night, Assistant CoachCarlos Prieto has been named the new Head Wrestling Coach for Garden City High School. Coach Monte Moser recently retired as the Buffalo grapplers mentor after five seasons. Garden City Athletic Director Martin Segovia had a pretty good idea who would be...
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Scott City tabs Murphy as head girls coach

At Monday night’s USD 466 Scott County Board of Education meeting, a supplemental contract offer was approved for Lori Murphy to be the next girls basketball coach at Scott City for the 2012-13 school year. Murphy previously served as the head coach at Northeast High School in Arma for the past two years, compiling...
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Former Broncbuster football player wins College Fishing National title

COLUMBIA, S.C. (April 15, 2012) –The National Guard FLW College Fishing National Championship on Lake Murray is a team event. Twenty-five teams from across the country competed in 20 qualifying events and five conference championship tournaments, and the top five teams from each conference competed for the title of national champion in this prestigious...
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Former KU Ticket Director Seeking Reduced Sentence

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) – One of seven people convicted in the scheme to steal and sell Kansas basketball and football tickets wants his sentence reduced. Thomas Blubaugh, a former consultant to the University of Kansas athletic department, filed a motion in federal court late Friday asking that his 46-month sentence be reduced to 33...
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Buffalo Wrestler to Sign With Fort Hays State University

Garden City High School senior Anthony Calderon, the 2011 6A Kansas State Wrestling Champion at 112#’s, is expected to sign with the Fort Hays State University Tigers today.  Calderon is only the fifth four time State placer for the Buffaloes in their storied Wrestling history, Calderon comments on why he has selected the NCAA...
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The Lady Busters Split With Butler the Top Team in the Jayhawk West

The Garden City Community College Lady Busters Softball team earned a split in their home match-up with the Butler Lady Grizzlies, the top team in the Jayhawk West, collecting a 1-0 win in game one, but lost the night-cap 4-1 in the 8th.  Lady Busters Coach Trina Moquett talks about her teams performance and...
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Garden City Swimmers Dominate WAC Teams in Quad

The Garden City High School girls Swim Team dominated their 2nd home meet of the year at the YMCA on Tuesday and are now 2-1 on the season with their early schedule.  The Lady Buffs with 384 points won the Quad by 31 points over 2nd place Great Bend, Dodge City 3rd and Liberal...
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Royals Win Rain Shortened Game at Oakland

  OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – Danny Duffy pitched six sharp innings and the Kansas City Royals beat the Oakland Athletics 3-0 in a rain-shortened game on Tuesday night. Mike Moustakas hit an RBI double in the fourth and Mitch Maier added a solo homer in the seventh for Kansas City, which lost 1-0 at Oakland on Monday...
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