Cross country has long been one of the dominant sports for southwest Kansas high schools, and the 2014 season was no exception.
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Not too often could a team stop Ian Rudzik.
In each of his three years of serving as head wrestling coach at Garden City High School, Carlos Prieto has worked diligently to vary and toughen the schedule for his Buffs’ grapplers.
Holcomb 78, Colby 34
The preseason fall outlook for the Garden City High School Buffaloes boys’ soccer team was bright.
MONTEZUMA — South Gray’s Rebels boys and Ingalls’ Lady Bulldogs were fresh off impressive showings in last week’s tournament play in Cimarron and Fowler.
LAKIN — It’s hard to imagine a better start to a game than a 12-0 run.
LAKIN — The Lakin Lady Broncs picked a good early Christmas present for the entire team.
Saturday night’s final game of the 2014 Clarion Inn Southwest Classic between the Garden City Buffaloes and Holcomb Longhorns boys’ basketball teams is a reminder of what high school athletic competitions can be.
For the first 16 minutes of Saturday night’s showdown between Finney County rivals Holcomb and Garden City boys basketball teams, the host Buffaloes had things going their way.
Just 14 days removed from playing in the Kansas Class 3A state football championship game, the Scott City Beavers’ boys basketball team could be forgiven if it had not found its legs for the start of the 2014-15 season.
Garden City High School’s wrestling team won five of 14 weight divisions on Saturday to walk away with the team title at the Clay Center Invitational.
It was a tough way to end the weekend for one team. A great way for the other.
Holcomb's No. 1-ranked Class 4A-Division II boys basketball team rallied from a 16-point halftime deficit to capture a stunning 62-57 overtime victory against Finney County rival Garden City on Saturday night at The Garden in the final game of the 2014 Clarion Inn Southwest Classic.
It will be defending champion Cimarron’s Lady Bluejays and the Meade Lady Buffaloes who will battle at 6:30 p.m. today for the 2014 Bluejay Invitational title.
It was definitely an interesting way to get to 2-0 on the season, and not characteristic of a Scott City team.