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Kansas has, by and large but certainly with exceptions, gotten through fall sports amid the COVID-19 pandemic. That accomplishment is the result of meticulous planning and extensive guidelines from the Kansas State High School Activities Association that was executed by school districts.

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MADISON — One of the most storied seasons in Oswego Indians history came to an abrupt end on Friday night. The Madison Bulldogs established its dominance in the second round of the KSHSAA 8-Man I playoffs, beating Oswego 60-0 in a game that ended at halftime.

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OSWEGO — The Oswego Indians were a fledgling 11-man program on its last breath. From 2015-17, the Indians won five games. The school only had one playoff win, ever, to its credit.

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BURLINGTON — Jeff Schibi's first year as head coach of the Parsons Vikings came to an end on Friday night as the Vikings lost to the Burlington Wildcats 56-22 in the first round of the KSHSAA 3A playoffs.

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COFFEYVILLE — Two expectation-shattering seasons collided in Coffeyville on Thursday as the Parsons Vikings traveled to face the Coffeyville Golden Tornado in the KSHSAA 4-1A regional finals.

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The Parsons Vikings’ playoff bid, earned with last week’s drubbing of Cherryvale, will see the Vikings travel north to face the Burlington Wildcats in the first round of the KSHSAA 3A postseason on Friday night.

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CHERRYVALE — Fifty-nine years since their last meeting, the Parsons Vikings claimed the fourth and final playoff berth in its Class 3A district by throttling the Cherryvale Chargers 48-14 in Week 8.

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EMPORIA — Labette County’s Josie Hayward, making her second appearance at the KSHSAA 4A Girls Golf State Championship as a sophomore, finished 45th over the two-day event at Emporia Golf Course.

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COLUMBUS — A 38-20 win for the still-undefeated Columbus Titans masks what may have been the most complete game played by the Parsons Vikings on Friday night.

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Reeling from a heartbreaking loss to the Caney Valley Bullpups at home, the Parsons Vikings now must travel to undefeated Columbus in Week 7.

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INDEPENDENCE — Labette County’s Josie Hayward was among the six individual qualifiers for the KSHSAA 4A Girls Golf State Tournament after placing 17th at the 4A Regional Tournament in Independence on Monday.

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ALTAMONT — A safety, a stellar showing from the punter and an elegant connection between two sophomores secured the first win of the season for the Labette County Grizzlies, who beat Coffeyville 16-13.

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Despite leading 28-20 at halftime, the Parsons Vikings fell to the Caney Valley Bullpups 50-34 at Marvel Park on Friday night.

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Falling behind by two goals in the first 15 minutes, the Parsons Vikings stormed back against College Heights at home on Monday to take a 3-2 lead by halftime and eventually win 5-2. Aidan Wheat led the Vikings with three goals, his first hat trick of the year.

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Gracen Friess of Parsons notched her second straight SEK League singles title on Saturday, rattling off two wins after getting a bye.

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In a season-best showing for the Parsons Vikings’ defense, Baxter Springs was held to 120 yards rushing as the Vikings throttled the Lions 42-14.

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OSWEGO — Chetopa-St. Paul notched two more wins in Oswego on Tuesday night, defeating Crest 2-1 (18-25, 25-14, 25-14) and Oswego 2-0 (25-11, 25-19).

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ALTAMONT — Hosting a rare set of matches on a Saturday morning, the Labette County Grizzlies hosted Chetopa-St. Paul, St. Mary’s Colgan and Coffeyville. Saturday’s matches were scheduled after the Charger Classic in Cherryvale was canceled due to scheduling efforts in the pandemic.

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CHERRYVALE — Playing their first match in over a week, the Cherryvale Chargers beat West Elk 3-1 (24-26, 25-6, 25-27, 25-14) in a home dual on Saturday morning. The dual match was held in place of the previously scheduled Charger Classic, which was canceled due to scheduling efforts in the C…

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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.