Snow, ice and high wind conditions forced cancellations of many southwest Kansas area schools on Tuesday, and the inclement weather also forced postponement of many boys and girls basketball games originally scheduled for Tuesday night.
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After hosting the 2015 Kansas State High School Class 1A-Division II state girls and boys basketball tournaments as a substitute for Fort Hays State University, Dodge City will now not only be hosting Division II again in March, but also will be hosting Class 1A-Division I.
Cimarron 49, Wichita County 19
Wichita Co. boys 53, Elkhart 47
SCOTT CITY — The Scott City Beavers wanted to take back the title at their own wrestling tournament Saturday.
At the midpoint of the 2015-16 season, Garden City High School wrestling coach Carlos Prieto likes where his team has progressed.
Garden City High School’s wrestling team finds itself in a familiar position heading into Saturday’s final day of the 53rd Newton Tournament of Champions.
Once again, the Garden City High School boys basketball team couldn’t find the answers to all the questions posed by the Hays High Indians.
The rocky road of January and the Western Athletic Conference got just a bit bumpier, with maybe even potholes lurking, on Friday night when the Garden City Lady Buffs turned an early eight-point lead into a five-point halftime deficit, and that eventually became a 45-37 loss to Hays’ Lady I…
There are losses — some by big margins, some by small.
The cold winter shooting of January continued to haunt the Garden City Lady Buffs on Tuesday night at The Garden, the result a 38-31 loss to Liberal in a Western Athletic Conference matchup of two teams going in different directions.
After a dominating Saturday at the Bishop Carroll Invitational in Wichita, the Garden City Buffaloes boys bowling team wanted to make sure not to have a letdown when it opened their Western Athletic Conference season at home Tuesday against Liberal at Hard Rock Lanes.
The Garden City High School boys bowling team made an early-season statement about which Class 6A teams will be among the favorites when the state bowling tournament rolls around in less than two months.
Just near the mid-point of the 2015-16 season schedule, Garden City High School’s wrestling team put together its best showing on Saturday at the J.R. Durham Invitational in Norton.
GREAT BEND — Live by the 3 and sometimes die by the 3.
GREAT BEND — The Garden City Lady Buffaloes made the final eight minutes look like a basketball game, but what would have been the rally of all rallies came up short, resulting in a 48-35 loss to the Great Bend Lady Panthers in their first game since the holiday break.
Two opposing football coaches in the Great West Activities Conference, who have competed for years against Scott City’s Glenn O’Neil, expressed their mild surprise at Wednesday’s announcement that the long-time Beaver boys basketball coach, as well as football coach, was leaving Scott City f…
DODGE CITY — Old momentum played a big role in Thursday night’s Western Athletic Conference wrestling showdown between No. 1-ranked 6A Garden City and No. 4 Dodge City.
Garden City High School’s basketball teams will begin their “second” seasons on Friday when the Buffs travel to Great Bend for their Western Athletic Conference opener.
When the Garden City High School boys bowling team finished a solid fourth place at the 2015 Class 6A state bowling championship in Wichita, Buffs’ coach Kip Nichols immediately thought to the possibilities a year later.
After nearly two decades of a highly-successful basketball coaching career at Scott City, as well as nearly a decade of unprecedented success leading the Beavers’ football program, Glenn O’Neil is leaving the western Kansas school that has dominated both sports in recent years.
Four members of the 2015 Garden City Telegram All-Area Top 11 football team have been voted to the 33-player roster for the 2016 Kansas Shrine Bowl West team.
WICHITA — Whether it was as little as two or as many as 27, each of the 12 Garden City High School wrestlers made a point contribution to the 2015 Class 6A state team championship.