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WINFIELD — Chase Carnahan took fifth place in singles at the KSHSAA 4A State Tennis Championships over the weekend, capping a senior season that saw Carnahan finish runner-up in both league and regional meets.

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COFFEYVILLE — Labette County’s girls and Chanute’s boys captured the SEK League team titles for the 2022 season at Thursday’s league championship track and field meet in Coffeyville.

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Wrapping up the regular season this week, the Parsons Vikings won two games over Labette County on Monday before losing to Independence on Tuesday and Fort Scott on Wednesday.

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The Labette County Grizzlies swept their rivals, the Parsons Vikings in SEK League softball action on Monday, 7-2 and 6-3, in Parsons. The Vikings then fell to Independence on Tuesday, 11-0, while Labette County lost to Pittsburg 8-0 on Tuesday.

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CHANUTE — Chanute’s boys and Independence’s girls claimed first place in the team standings of 2022’s edition of the Thad Clements Invitational on Friday evening at Chanute High School.

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Despite out-hitting the Baxter Springs Lions in Game 1, the Parsons Vikings were swept, 5-4 and 10-0, on Tuesday.

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INDEPENDENCE — In SEK League baseball action, the Labette County Grizzlies were swept by the Independence Bulldogs 8-3, 6-3 on Wednesday in Independence.

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Schools in Kansas will get to vote on a multiplier that will apply to private schools, the KSHSAA Board of Directors decided on Friday. The move is designed to address the ongoing issue of private schools winning a disproportionate number of championships.

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MIAMI, Okla. — Labette’s losing streak reached four games on Tuesday as the Cardinals were swept by NEO A&M 8-4, 9-8 with Game 2 lasting nine innings.

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HIGHLAND — In a series with major KJCCC title implications, the Highland Scotties affirmed their perch with a 6-3, 8-1 sweep of the Labette Cardinals on Sunday.

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COLUMBUS — Parsons’ boys won the Columbus Invitational track meet while Labette County, St. Paul and Oswego were among the local teams competing on Tuesday.

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HESSTON — Looking recharged following a break over the holiday weekend, the Labette Cardinals swept the Hesston Larks 11-0, 8-2 on Tuesday in KJCCC play.

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ALTAMONT — As SEK League baseball action resumed in Altamont, the Labette County Grizzlies fell to the Chanute Blue Comets 10-1 on Monday afternoon.

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A two-win week for the Parsons Vikings was punctuated with an 11-0, five-inning victory over the Cherryvale Chargers on Thursday at Winway Park.

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INDEPENDENCE — Avoiding a walk down the plank, the Labette Cardinals sweated out a road sweep of the Independence Pirates, 13-12 and 5-4, on Tuesday. The two wins extended Labette’s winning streak in KJCCC play to 10 games.

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Twenty-one hits and 25 runs propelled the Labette Cardinals to two run-rule victories over the Allen Red Devils by scores of 13-1, 12-3 on Saturday.

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Tamiah Robinson, a sophomore guard for the Labette Cardinals, earned NJCAA Division II second team All-America honors. Robinson is the fifth All-American for the Cardinals since 2017.

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CHANUTE — In Parsons Vikings first-year head coach Shelby Liska’s coaching debut, the Vikings fell to the Chanute Blue Comets 15-0 in a game that ended after four innings.

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ALTAMONT — A hot start in Game 1 and a walk-off win in Game 2 gave the Labette County Grizzlies an 8-2, 2-1 sweep of the Coffeyville Golden Tornado on Tuesday at home.

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Crossing the double-digit threshold for wins in a season for the first time since 2019, the Labette Cardinals swept Evangel JV 12-10, 4-3 on Tuesday at Marvel Park.

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CHANUTE — Errors and free passes continued to plague the Parsons Vikings as they fell to the Chanute Blue Comets 4-1 on Tuesday in SEK League play.

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Labette’s losing streak came to an end in Game 3 of a four-game series against Allen, but the Cardinals still dropped three games to the Red Devils in KJCCC play.