Sublette Larks

Sublette Larks

Satanta boys claim Haskell County rivalry game in HPL quarters, 74-60, over Sublette Larks.

Published 1/22/2014

By KEVIN THOMPSON

sports@gctelegram.com

SUBLETTE — It was a wild way to cap off the quarterfinal round of the Hi-Plains League Tournament boys bracket.

For the first time in a long time the Satanta Indians are headed to the semifinals Friday aft ...

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Sublette boys edge Hugoton

Published 1/14/2014

By The Telegram

Sublette boys 62, Hugoton 57

At Hugoton, the Larks rode a monster 37-point effort from Nathan Cearley to a 62-57 win over Hugoton Monday night. The 5-foot-10 junior was 13-of-23 shooting, including 6 for 11 from beyond the arc, to ...

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Lakin Broncs, Larks split boys, girls games in Sublette

Published 12/18/2013


By BRETT MARSHALL

bmarshall@gctelegram.com

SUBLETTE — There was no shortage of heart-stopping moments in the final stages of Tuesday night's boys basketball battle between the Lakin Broncs and the Sublette Larks.

And, to say the least, it was ...

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Cimarron Bluejay Invitational

Published 12/11/2013

By The Telegram

Girls

Meade 67, Deerfield 21

At the Cimarron Invitational, the Meade Lady Buffaloes used a 27-4 opening quarter to set the tone for a 67-21 win over Deerfield.

Meade held the Lady Spartans to just four points in each of the first ...

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Lakin gets back to .500 with big win over Sublette

Published 9/28/2013

By KEVIN THOMPSON

sports@gctelegram.com

SUBLETTE — When it rains, it pours in many ways.

The woes continued for the host Sublette Larks as they fell 55-8 to Lakin in a Hi-Plains League matchup to remain winless in four games this season.

But fo ...

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Sublette falls in first round ofstate baseball

Published 5/24/2013

By The Telegram

The Sublette Larks baseball team lost its Class 2A state tournament quarterfinal game, 12-2, to Olathe-Heritage Christian Academy on Thursday at Emporia Soden's Grove.

The Larks, who were making their third state appearance in the ...

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