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Facing its second JV opponent six games into the campaign, the No. 3 Labette Cardinals rolled to an 88-50 win over Evangel JV on Monday at home.

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Coming off a 1-1 start to the season with a loss to nationally-ranked Division I Hutchinson and a win over Barton over the weekend, the No. 3 Labette Cardinals debuted a newly-renovated gym on Monday with a 70-67 win over the No. 15 Iowa Western Reivers.

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GIRARD — Upstart programs in the midst of turnaround seasons clashed in the second round of the KSHSAA Class 3A playoffs, with the undefeated Girard Trojans ousting the Parsons Vikings 32-13 on Friday night.

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VICTORIA — When Erie Red Devils junior Breanna Ross decided to run cross country for the first time this fall, she and Erie head coach Kyle Carpenter set out with an ambitious goal in mind: a state medal.

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VICTORIA — At the KSHSAA 1A Cross County State Championships in Victoria, the Oswego girls team finished in ninth place out of 12 teams with 123 points on Saturday, the best finish in school history. 

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Reflecting the state of both programs this fall, the Parsons Vikings shut out the Cherryvale Chargers 36-0 in the regular season finale at Marvel Park on Friday night.

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SALINA — Josie Hayward of Labette County posted a personal-best 94 on Day 1 of the KSHSAA 4A State Championship in Salina en route to making the cut and finishing 37th individually. 

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CHANUTE — Labette County’s Alex Meister and Parsons’ Kinsey Baldwin earned SEK League cross country titles for the second time in their careers on Thursday at the league meet in Chanute.

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CANEY — Searching for a signature win, the Parsons Vikings left their mark against the Caney Valley Bullpups on a charged, bloody and indelible night.

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INDEPENDENCE — In a swan’s song to the KSHSAA 4A Regional Tournament on Saturday, the Parsons Vikings took fourth place in the SEK League Tournament on Monday at Independence.

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From a one-loss St. Paul team dropping three of its four matches to a dominant Labette County squad taking first place, there was no shortage of surprises and strong performances at the 43rd annual Chanute volleyball tournament on Saturday.

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BAXTER SPRINGS — Putting last week’s heartbreaking loss to Galena in the rearview mirror, the Parsons Vikings tamed the Baxter Springs Lions to the tune of 42-7.

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ALTAMONT — Taking pole position in the SEK League race, the Labette County Grizzlies defended home court on a night where three of the best teams in the league converged.