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Scott City girls state champs, Hugoton boys runner up at 3A state cross country meet

Lawrence, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–Entering Saturday’s Class 3A meet at Rim Rock Farm, the Scott City Lady Beaver cross country team knew they had the possibility of being in the mix for a team title. That they were and had plenty of room to spare. Scott City took home their first-ever cross country championship on the...
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Scott City shuts out Nickerson

Scott City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–Coming in to Friday’s game with Nickerson, Scott City on paper was the overwhelming favorite against the Panthers. In the end, the Beavers made it look that way, as they shut out Nickerson 38-0 in the Week 9 Playoff game at Darner Field. Scott City took advantage of short field on...
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Scott City begins playoffs tonight, hosting Nickerson

Scott City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–The Scott City Beavers look to continue their season tonight, as they host the Nickerson Panthers in the Week 9 playoff game at Darner Field. Nickerson enters with a 2-6 record on the year after a 49-14 loss at home to Pratt last Friday night to wrap up the regular season....
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GCHS and DCHS soccer advancing to regional finals

Garden City-The Buffaloes advanced to the 6A regional finals after beating Topeka 3-0 Tuesday night at Buffalo Stadium. They move on to play Manhattan on Thursday. “I thought we started off a little slow,” assistant coach Josue Negron said. “But after that, we really got things going.” Alonso Vera got the Buffaloes on the...
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Holcomb eliminated from playoff contention

For the first time since 2010, the Holcomb Longhorns won’t be competing in the football playoffs, after falling to the Hugoton Eagles 14-7 on Senior Night at Holcomb. In Coach Kent Teeter’s first four seasons, the Longhorns never lost more than two games, winning at least 10 every season, advancing as far as the...
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GCHS volleyball advances to state

The Garden City volleyball team made it back to the state tournament after beating Derby and Topeka in 6A substate on Saturday. “I’m really happy for these girls,” Head Coach Trista Bailey. “They worked really hard during the offseason. The Buffaloes will open the big dance Friday morning in pool play against Blue Valley...
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Broncbusters beat Highland in a shootout

Garden City, KS-Over the last three years, no team in the Jayhawk Conference has given Garden City more fits than Highland. Despite that, Jeff Sims’ had never lost to the Scotties. And even though that record remained unblemished after Saturday, Highland produced the type of physical football that wears most teams out. But as...
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Conqs offense struggles again

DODGE CITY — The Dodge City Community College Conquistadors dropped their second straight game on Saturday afternoon with a 45-7 loss to No. 4 Hutchinson at Memorial Stadium. The Conqs have now been outscored 103-14 in their last two games and have had problems getting anything going offensively or defensively. The Blue Dragons got...
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Red Demons win third straight

LIBERAL — The Dodge City High School Red Demons ended the regular season on a high note with a 31-6 on the road at Redskin Field in Liberal on Friday night. The Red Demons finish the season 5-3, winners of three straight and will host the first round of the 6A state playoffs on...
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Hoisington volleyball wins Cimarron sub-state

Cimarron, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–In a sub-state that looked wide open entering, it would finish with a final that maybe a few would see. Scott City and Holcomb entered as the top two seeds, and the lone two teams with winning records. Both teams would be knocked off in the semi-finals. The finals saw Hoisington, the...
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