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Scott City wrestling wins J.R. Durham Invitational

Norton, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–For the first time since 1995, the Scott City Beavers rolled into Norton and took home a tournament title. Powered by five individual champions, the Beavers were the first team other than Garden City, Hoxie, Manhattan, or Norton, to win the meet in the 21st century. Leading by 10 points heading into...
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Buffalo boys comeback late; girls dominate Great Bend

Great Bend, KS-The 2018-2019 version of the Garden City boys has made Head Coach Jacy Holloway age more than he would like this season. But sometimes living on the edge makes victory even more exhilarating. Jarrod Springston scored 12 points, including the go-ahead free throws with six seconds to play, Kyler Lamb ripped down...
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Defense carries Scott City in a sweep of Colby

Colby, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–Coming out of the Christmas break, the theme for both the boys and girls squads for Scott City was defense. And it was the defense that shined Friday night at the Colby Community Building. In the girls game, it was the Lady Beavers pulling away in the fourth quarter for a 41-26...
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Garden City wrestling edges Dodge City to win home dual

GARDEN CITY, Kan. — The Garden City High School wrestling team defeated WAC rival Dodge City in a dual, 37-30 to open up 2019. The dual went down to the final match of the night, just like GCHS coach Carlos Prieto predicted. “I knew it was going to be a close battle,” Prieto said....
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Jayhawks win conference opener

LAWRENCE, Kan. – Four Jayhawks scored in double-figures as No. 5 Kansas outlasted No. 23 Oklahoma in the Big 12 opener, 70-63, Wednesday night inside Allen Fieldhouse. Freshman guard Devon Dotson scored a game-high 16 points, while redshirt-junior Dedric Lawson posted his ninth double-double of the year with a 13-point, 15-rebound effort as KU claimed...
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Buffalo boys lose first game; girls bounce back

Junction City, KS-At 5-0, Garden City was feeling pretty good about themselves; that was until a doctor’s visit on Wednesday changed Jacy Holloway’s game plan going into the final contest of the first semester. Leading rebounder Kyler Lamb was ruled out after surgery to repair a broken nose, forcing Mason Shaddix into the starting...
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West, Mills, Olaseni and Watkins named All-Americans

Garden City, KS-The last Broncbuster to win the NJCAA rushing title before this season was Dwayne Crutchfield in 1979. Nearly 40 years later, Charles West accomplished the rare feat, earning All-American honors along the way. On Tuesday, West was named a second-team All-American, offensive lineman Bamidele Olaseni garnered first-team honors, running back Dedrick Mills...
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Scott City wrestling takes down Liberal

Holcomb, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–In their first dual of the year, Scott City wrapped up their pre-Christmas schedule on Tuesday night against the Liberal Redskins. Originally, it was tabbed as a triangular with Holcomb, but Holcomb was unable to participate. The Beavers continued their solid momentum with a 45-27 dual win. There were also six exhibition...
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Scott City sweeps Goodland

Goodland, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–With one final game before the Christmas break, Scott City was looking to build confidence and take momentum into the break. And the Beavers would deliver in a pair of games. The Lady Beavers would lead the entire way to take a 58-46 win, while the Beaver boys looked dominant in a...
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Scott City wrestling finishes second at Abilene

Abilene, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–The Scott City Beaver wrestling team made their longest road trip of the season so far on Saturday, taking part in the Abilene Invitational. This year, the field was as stacked as ever, with three of the top four teams in Class 4A in Marysville (No. 1), Scott City (No. 3) and...
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