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PITTSBURG – Chanute Post 170 A won six straight baseball games to begin the 2021 American Legion season. The streak ended in Pittsburg at the Gene Bicknell Sports Complex on Wednesday evening.

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Two years have gone by since the Chanute Sharks have been involved in official swimming competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, and the team is more eager than ever to get the season started.

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Pitchers Parker Manly and Caden Schwegman overwhelmed Burlington in American Legion baseball Thursday at Katy Park, propelling Chanute Post 170 A to a 4-3 win in the first game of the doubleheader and a 3-0 start.

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JOPLIN, Mo. – With runners on second and third and two outs in the first inning, former NCCC pitcher and position player Brett Wiemers stroked a two-run double against the St. Joe Mustangs on Monday. The new Joplin Outlaws player put his new team up 3-2 and in position to potentially win the…

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WICHITA — Sophomore Rawley Chard led a stellar day for                              the Chanute Blue Comets boys track team Friday.

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LAWRENCE – After a two-day rain delay, Chanute High softball finally played its Class 4A Regional No. 3 first-round playoff game Thursday at Lawrence High School. Another rain delay set back the start time to 7 pm, making the ride home even more difficult after losing 8-6 to Fort Scott.

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PLEASANTON — Humboldt High School qualified many student-athletes for State at the Wichita State’s Cessna Stadium on May 29 with top-four finishes from each event at the Class 2A Regionals Thursday.

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LIBERAL – Neosho County baseball fought all season to position itself in the KJCCC East No. 1 Sub-Regional to try to advance to the Region VI Tournament in Salina. The Panthers won their first game Friday versus Seward to go to the winner’s bracket, but a close loss ended the season in the S…

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In the only home meet of the 2021 golf season Monday afternoon at Stone Creek Golf Course, Chanute High’s Drayton Cleaver emerged as the top golfer for the seventh time in seven League meets. That helped Chanute place fourth as a team.