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Here's a sample of what people were probably saying while over coffee and hash browns at McDonald's, a doughnut and chocolate milk at Daylight Donuts, or a tall glass of orange juice and fat bowl of Cocoa Puffs at home. "Man, remember the good ol'
Every year, someone is fooled into believing something crazy because once you peel away the bravado and heart-on-the-sleeve passion, you're left with one stirring revelation: Sports fans are easy to fool...Evidence of this fact is well documented. "
The 35-33 victory over Campus was about as teeth-gnashing as the score might indicate, but coach Nathan Henry isn't complaining. "It's always better to win ugly than to lose ugly," he said...A knee injury sustained in the last football game will keep
The common cold has a tendency to be passed around to everyone in your world...However, it's also fair to say that the Salthawks had a bout with the fumbles in Friday's victory...The Salthawks lost three fumbles when they were knocking on the door
The Wichita Eagle Photos Bishop Carroll quarterback Zeke Palmer found a hole in the middle of the field late in the third quarter, and raced through it. Hutchinson linebacker Blake Sims was in front of Palmer, but Palmer never slowed, bowling right
Hutchinson's season opener this week at Rockhurst would have been moved back two days to Sunday and the game would have been played before a national audience...Two years ago, the Hawklets opened the season by beating Blue Springs South in a noon
Salina Journal The Salina South girls may have struggled at times in the first half against Hutchinson, but they sure stepped it up a notch, or two, in the second. The Cougars blistered the visiting Salthawks with 67 percent shooting in the second
Salina Journal Salina Journal This time, the Salina Central girls had an answer for another slow start Tuesday night -- timely 3-point shooting and a balanced scoring attack. Six players scored between six and 11 points as the Mustangs took the lead
not by a long shot. Salina Central's offense riddled Hutchinson's defense for 406 total yards and 42 points, but senior running back Ben Heeney proved to be the difference Friday night in a Class 5A first-round playoff game at Gowans Stadium.
Just like that. "We know it's going to end some time," said senior linebacker Ben Heeney. "But we don't want to be the ones who end it." It's the burden bestowed upon the senior classes of at any high school football dynasty...The same pressures were