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OSWEGO — A showdown between a pair of undefeated teams ended in a lopsided win for the Oswego Indians, who trounced the Yates Center Wildcats 52-6 on Homecoming.

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Heading into the start of district play against the perennially dominant Galena Bulldogs, the Parsons Vikings have more questions than answers.

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Familiar struggles in stopping the run sank the Parsons Vikings in their home opener to the Prairie View Buffaloes on Friday night. The Buffaloes dominated along the lines en route to a 41-14 win over the Vikings.

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ALTAMONT — In Labette County’s home opening volleyball tri on Tuesday, the Grizzlies played a pair of three-set matches against Chanute and Independence. The two three-setters were the fifth and sixth matches in a row for the Grizzlies that went to a tiebreaking set.

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As Wayne Gilmore crossed the finish line of his virtual Boston Marathon on Saturday surrounded by cheering fans from the Parsons community, there was one person that the local optometrist had to speak to.

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ST. PAUL — For the first time since 1990, the Oswego Indians beat the St. Paul Indians on Friday night 54-8. The tilt featured the two co-champions of the Three Rivers League from a season ago, while the win for Oswego marked a passing of the torch.

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INDEPENDENCE — The first match for the Parsons Vikings boys soccer program saw the defending SEK League champions on the ropes, possibly an evolution of what the immediate future of the program holds.

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A year ago, the Chetopa High School’s volleyball team made the state tournament for the first time in school history. Head coach Jill Blackledge guided the team to a Three Rivers League title, a regional title and sub-state championship en route to the greatest season in school history.

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In a season-opening tournament that marked the first sporting event for Parsons High School since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Parsons Vikings girls tennis team tied for third in a four-team tournament it hosted on Friday at Forest Park.

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ALTAMONT — Heather Wilson’s fifth season as the head coach of the Labette County Grizzlies volleyball program will be unlike any other. In addition to operating under the COVID-19 pandemic, Wilson believes this team is capable of progressing from being a formidable opponent in the SEK League…

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CHERRYVALE — Aimee Strickland took over a Cherryvale Chargers volleyball team midway through last fall’s season that was starved for continuity and leadership.

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Jane Posch, one of the most decorated and accomplished coaches in Parsons High School history, is retiring from her position as the head tennis coach as well as her teaching post.

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Five student-athletes at Labette Community College tested positive for COVID-19 after the school conducted testing on every athlete — approximately 140 — who arrived onto campus for the fall semester.

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An on-time start for fall sports and activities was green lit by the Kansas State High School Activities Association on Tuesday. Now, school administrators across the state are scrambling to prepare for a season that will have vastly different optics than year’s past as schools try to preser…

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While the Kansas State High School Activities Association is set to make a decision on fall sports as early as Tuesday, the executive director of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), Karissa Niehoff, debriefed media on where the country stands.

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While the Kansas State High School Activities Association continues to deliberate a start date for fall sports, the association released comprehensive, sport-by-sport health guidelines to the public on Wednesday.