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UDALL — Udall High School senior Brayden Sadler, coming off a 36-point effort Friday night against South Haven in the boys basketball opener, came back Tuesday night with a 29-point effort in the Eagles’ 52-38 victory against Oxford in the Don Braddy Memorial Tournament.

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A makeshift lineup after nine members of the Arkansas City High School boys basketball team were suspended for one game due to an alleged hazing incident was no match Tuesday night for the visiting Derby Panthers, who rolled to an 86-30 nonleague victory at ACHS.

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After a season-opening loss last Friday at arch rival Winfield, the Arkansas City High School girls basketball team was looking for a more complete game Tuesday night at home.

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UDALL — The Udall High School girls basketball team used a big second quarter Tuesday to pull for a 41-27 victory against Oxford at the Don Braddy Memorial Tournament.

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Nine members of the Arkansas City High School boys basketball team have been punished with three days of in-school suspension for hazing after the team’s victory last Friday in Winfield, according to parents of suspended players.

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A makeshift lineup after nine members of the Arkansas City High School boys basketball team were suspended for one game due to an alleged hazing incident was no match Tuesday night for the visiting Derby Panthers, who rolled to an 86-30 nonleague victory at ACHS.

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MAIZE — Winfield High School junior Caden Roark reached the Class 5-4-3-2-1A State qualifying time in the 500-yard freestyle Saturday at the 12-team Maize Invitational.

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UDALL — Brayden Sadler began his senior campaign with a 36-point effort Friday night, leading the Udall High School boys basketball team to a 62-45 triumph against South Haven in the season opener for both teams.

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When the final whistle sounded Saturday at the Wayne Jackson Duals, the Class 5A No. 6-ranked Arkansas City wrestling team had tied 5A No. 1 Maize 33-33 in the championship dual in The Dawg Pound at ACHS.

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The Winfield High School girls basketball team scored the first nine points of the second quarter and never looked back, rolling to a 61-27 victory against arch rival Arkansas City in Cowley Clash I on Friday night at Ollie Thomas Gymnasium.

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Perhaps the Arkansas City High School boys basketball team’s 78-47 victory Friday night at Winfield in Cowley Clash I can best be defined by a period of a scant few seconds early in the second half at Ollie Thomas Gymnasium.

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UDALL — Brittney Byers poured in 31 points in her senior debut Friday night, leading the South Haven High School girls basketball team to a 63-24 nonleague victory at Udall.

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MAIZE — The Arkansas City High School wrestling team opened the season ranked sixth in the Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association preseason polls. Then the Bulldogs opened the season with a convincing 61-15 rout of Maize South in the AV-CTL D-II opened for both teams.

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The Winfield High School girls basketball team scored the first nine points of the second quarter and never looked back, rolling to a 61-27 victory against arch rival Arkansas City in Cowley Clash I on Friday night at Ollie Thomas Gymnasium.

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Arkansas City took 12 places on the Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division II All-League football team, as voted by league coaches.

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Winfield High School earned 17 spots on the Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division III football team, as voted by league coaches.

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Arkansas City High School senior Menley Westhoff is flanked by her parents, Wes and Sydney Lough after signing a National Letter of Intent to play softball at the University of Texas-El Paso. In back are Menley’s siblings, Gavin, Holden and Haley Lough.

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Arkansas City High School senior Taryn Rich signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Johnson County Community College.

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Arkansas City High School senior Espy Daniels signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her softball career at Neosho County Community College in Chanute.

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The Cedar Vale/Dexter Spartans, who went 7-2 and captured the first 8-man District title since the two schools combined, were honored with 10 spots on the South Central Birder League all-league football team, including nine first-team nods.

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McPHERSON — There is a big difference between slowing down a football team and stopping a football team.

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Winfield High School senior Aleigha Gale poses with her parents, Cory Gale and Kara Gale, after signing a National Letter of Intent to continue her softball career at Friends University in Wichita. Gale was an AV-CTL D-III All-League first-team pitcher for the Lady Vikings.

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Arkansas City High School senior hitter-blocker Taryn Rich was named to the second team in all-league voting by Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division II volleyball coaches.

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Winfield High School senior Paulina Gorska was named to the second team all-league in voting by Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division III volleyball coaches, one of four Lady Vikings named to the all-league team.

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At this stage of the high school football season, everybody knows that while the stakes continue to get higher and the level of competition rises, anyone can beat anyone on any given night.

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Winfield High School senior Emmah Sultz is flanked by her father, Jeremy Sultz, and mother, Kris Sultz, after signing a National Letter of Intent to continue her volleyball career at Garden City Community College. Sultz earned honorable mention all-league status this past season.

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Five members of the Winfield High School boys soccer team earned all-league status in voting by Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division III coaches.

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Arkansas City High School senior Leon Mena was one of three boys soccer players to earn All-League recognition in voting by Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail Division II coaches.

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About the only thing that is expected to be vastly different the second time arch rivals Arkansas City and Winfield meet is the weather.

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ULYSSES — When the Ulysses High School football team won the toss to start Friday night’s KSHSAA Class 4A Week 9 playoff game against visiting Arkansas City, the Tigers elected to defer and receive the ball to start the second half.

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WAMEGO — The Winfield High School boys cross country team came within an eyelash of a team plaque Saturday at the KSHSAA Class 4A State Championships at Wamego Country Club.

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ROSALIA — It wasn’t what the Udall High School football team was hoping for, but the Eagles ended the season on a winning note — something few teams can say.

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BURDEN — The Cedar Vale/Dexter football team wrapped up an undefeated district Friday night with a 46-0 shutout of host Central of Burden in South Central Border League and 8-man I District 1 action.

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HAYS — The Arkansas City High School boys soccer team lived to play another day.

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Area high school volleyball teams were shut out in their attempts to qualify for the KSHSAA State Championships.

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EL DORADO — The Winfield High School boys cross country team qualified for State after a third-place finish Saturday at the Class 4A Regional Championships at El Dorado Lake’s Bluestem Point.

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The Winfield High School defense played as well as a defense can be expected for all but about three plays of Friday night’s AV-CTL D-II battle against Buhler on Senior night at Richard L. Jantz Stadium. But the big-play Crusaders left town with a 26-10 victory in the regular-season finale.

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Turnovers and missed opportunities made a miserable, rainy Senior night even more miserable for the Arkansas City High School football team Thursday.

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With the last competition of the season this morning, the Winfield Vikings trap team continues to hold a strong second-place ranking out of the seven schools in their conference.

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If all the chips fell the right way, the Winfield High School football team could move up as high as No. 2 in the Class 4A West Regional standings.

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