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Scott City and Hugoton split doubleheader

Hugoton, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–It was the Great West Activities Opener for Scott City and Hugoton on Friday night at Hugoton High School. Both sets of teams entered with 2-2 records. In both games, a second half rally would take place, as the Lady Beavers rallied for a 42-40 win, while the Eagle boys rallied for...
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Broncbuster men fall to No. 3 Coffeyville; women win on the road

Men Coffeyville, KS-When Jay Herkelman constructed his team during the offseason, he envisioned one that had interchangeable parts. Through 13 games, the winningest coach in Jayhawk Conference history is seeing his vision come to light. And for the rest of the league, look out. Marvin Johnson scored 18 points, Eastern Oklahoma State transfer Tevin...
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DCCC hires Ricky Coon as new football coach

DODGE CITY, Kan. — Dodge City Community College Athletic Director Jake Ripple announced the hiring of Ricky Coon as the programs new head football coach. Coon will take over after former Conq coach Gary Thomas resigned in early November. Coon will come to Dodge City after serving as the Assistant Head Coach and Defensive...
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Red Demon basketball sweeps Hugoton

DODGE CITY, Kan. — The Dodge City Red Demons boys and girls teams swept the Hugoton Eagles on Tuesday evening inside of the DCHS Field House. Both teams suffered losses last Friday to the Maize Eagles, but were able to bounce back and win in front of the home crowd. The Red Demon girls...
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Cimarron Splits doubleheader with Larned

Cimarron, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–Coming off early season tournaments, Cimarron and Larned met up Tuesday night in Cimarron. Both teams had identical records on the boys and girls side at 2-2, so something was going to give. The doubleheader would see tightly-contested games, as the Lady Bluejays get a 37-35 win at the horn, while, Larned...
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Cowley sweeps Broncbusters

Men Arkansas City, KS-Playing shorthanded for the second straight game didn’t appear to affect Patrick Nee’s team; until the final few minutes. Keyon Duling scored 29 points on 8-of-12 from downtown, and Cowley outscored Garden City 47-34 in the second half to beat the Broncbusters 85-74 Saturday night at William Scott Auditorium. “I felt...
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Scott City wins Ron Smith Invitational

Ulysses, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–For the second straight week, Holcomb, Scott City and Ulysses found themselves in the same tournament. This time it was at Ulysses at the 55th Annual Ron Smith Invitational on Friday and Saturday. The Scott City Beavers would put nine in the finals on Friday, and would take home six individual titles...
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Buffaloes take two from Holcomb

Garden City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–The battle of two Finney County team took place in The Garden Saturday, as Garden City and Holcomb battled for the first time in two years to wrap up the Clarion Inn Roundball Classic. In the end, it would be the homestanding Buffaloes sweeping their nearby neighbors to the west. The...
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Liberal sweeps Scott City

Garden City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–Saturday’s games for Scott City and Liberal were the first matchups for the teams in five seasons. At Garden City High School, it would be the Redskins who would take home two wins in the Clarion Inn Roundball Classic. The girls game would be 60-26, while the Liberal boys rallied for...
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Free throws propel Scott City boys and girls past Coronado

Scott City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–In a doubleheader that saw its fair share of fouls Friday night at Scott Community High School, the Scott City Beavers and Coronado Cougars met up for the first time ever in the Clarion Inn Roundball Classic. While both games were closely contested most of the way, it would be the...
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