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Scott City wraps up regular season with a sweep of Goodland

Scott City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–For the second time this year, the Scott City Beavers had to move a home doubleheader around. Fortunately again, they were able to get the games in. Both Scott City and Goodland knew what seed and who their first round sub-state opponent would be. The winners were looking to ride some...
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Dodge City girls to Manhattan, boys to Haysville-Campus for Sub-State

TOPEKA, Kan. — The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) has announced the pairings for next week’s class 6A Sub-State games. The announcement came after a seeding meeting, a meeting in which class 6A is divided into two divisions, both an east and a west full of 18 teams. The Dodge City girls...
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Buffaloes down Liberal in OT; girls go cold late

Photo by Adam Shrimplin Liberal, KS-The old adage goes: great players aren’t always great, they’re just great when they have to be. Kyler Lamb sensed the moment. The senior, who missed five of his first six shots in the first half, scored 12 of his 14 points over the final 16 minutes plus overtime,...
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Red Demons split senior night pair with Liberal

DODGE CITY, Kan. — The Dodge City High School Red Demons split a pair of WAC basketball games with the Liberal Redskins on Monday evening at the DCHS Fieldhouse. The Lady Demons fell to #2 Liberal, 60-32, while the Demons were victorious, 69-67. The first meeting between the Lady Demons and the Lady Redskins...
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Busters basketball splits with Northwest Kansas Tech

Garden City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–The weather has played a factor this winter with scheduling. Monday’s make-up game between Garden City and Northwest Kansas Technical College was also affected by the weather, as they moved the games up to a pair of afternoon games. A big third quarter would propel the Lady Busters to a 71-55...
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Red Demon wrestling qualifies nine for state

GARDEN CITY, Kan. — The Dodge City High School wrestling team qualified nine individuals for the class 6A state tournament after Friday and Saturday’s regional tournament at the Garden City regional. The Demons finished in sixth place as a team out of 18 teams. Dodge City had four wrestlers compete in their respective weight...
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Buffalo wrestling qualifies 13 for state; finish 4th at regional

Photo by Adam Shrimplin Garden City, KS-The Garden City wrestling team finished fourth at the 6A regional meet, sending 12 of their 13 entries to next week’s state tournament. Derby won the team title. Garden City had three individual regional champs: Diago Hernandez (120 pounds), Jacob Holt (132 pounds), and Josh Janas (138 pounds)....
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Buffalo boys win sixth straight; girls go cold

Photo by Adam Shrimplin Garden City, KS-They hadn’t played a game there since 2012. But after Friday, Jacy Holloway may be rescheduling home games for the old Garden next season. Kyler Lamb scored 20 points, the Buffaloes hit a season-high eight 3’s, and Garden City beat Hays for the second time this season, 55-49...
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Pratt wins 4A Regional; 17 southwest Kansas area wrestlers qualify

Pratt, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–Saturday’s matches at the Class 4A Regional Tournament in Pratt would see 28 additional wrestlers punch their ticket to state. The finalists in each weight class would wait and see who else joined them for the right to head to Salina next weekend. Pratt would lead for a majority of the weekend,...
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Scott City second, Ulysses fourth, after the first day at the Class 4A Pratt Regional

Pratt, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–It was a good first day for the area teams at the Class 4A Regional Wrestling Tournament at Pratt High School. Scott City qualified five wrestlers for Saturday’s final, which also qualified them for the Class 4A State Tournament in Salina next Friday and Saturday. Pratt leads with 138.5 points, while Scott...
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