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HUMBOLDT — The Erie Red Devils allowed just two field goals in the second half as they ran away with a 49-28 win over the Crest Lancers in the first game of the Humboldt early season tournament.

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CANEY — The Caney Valley wrestling team welcomed area teams from both Kansas and Oklahoma for the 2022 KanOkla wrestling tournament over the weekend. Junior varsity boys and varsity girls wrestled on Friday, before the varsity boys took the mat on Saturday.

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Neosho County Panthers competed at the Drury Open in Springfield, Mo. over the weekend, taking on competition from the junior college level all the way up to NCAA Div. I.

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YATES CENTER – New coaches for both Altoona-Midway Middle School basketball teams figured there would be some growing pains as their inexperienced young squads opened up their respective 2022-23 schedules.

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ERIE — The Erie Red Devils welcomed area teams to a two-mat setup for the 2022 Erie Wrestling Jamboree Tuesday evening. The Humboldt Cubs joined squads from Cherryvale, Fredonia and Uniontown to kick off the season in Erie.

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WARNER, Okla. — The Neosho County Panthers took their only out-of-state roadtrip of the season over the weekend, traveling south to take on the Connors State Cowboys. The Panthers lost their second-straight road matchup, falling to the Cowboys 89-65.

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PARSONS — The Royster Rockets took on their final competition of the season, joining teams from Coffeyville, Columbus, Fort Scott, Frontenac, Girard, Independence and Labette County for an evening of matches in Parsons on Tuesday.

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Adding to an ever-growing list of youth camps held throughout the year, the Neosho County Panthers welcomed area youth to Panther Gymnasium Tuesday evening for the first annual Thanksgiving Thankful Youth Basketball Camp.

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The Royster Rockets welcomed nearly 200 wrestlers from Coffeyville, Columbus, Fort Scott, Frontenac, Girard, Independence, Iola, Labette County and Parsons for the 2022 Kent Frazell Invitational.

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INDEPENDENCE — After a dual with Burlington on Monday, the Royster Rockets kept a busy week going on Tuesday evening when the squad traveled to Independence for a wrestling mixer. The Rockets joined teams from Caney, Cherryvale, Coffeyville, Fredonia, Iola and Parsons.

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On the back of quite a successful season that ended in a KJCCC East Division title, the Neosho County Panthers landed eight players on the All-Conference honors released last week.

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Two members of the Neosho County women's soccer team were named in the All-Jayhawk Conference postseason honors released last week. Sophomore defenseman Alicia Gonzales and freshman midfielder Myriam Zamora were named to the All-Conference First Team.

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BURLINGTON — The Royster Rockets traveled to Burlington to take on the Wildcats in a pair of duals Monday evening. The Royster boys came away with a 27-6 win, earning their second championship belt of the season, while the Royster girls fell 12-9 in their dual.

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The Royster Rockets hosted the SEK Shootout Middle School Basketball tournament held here Saturday. The Rockets welcomed the Coffeyville Golden Tornado, Independence Bulldogs and Parsons Vikings for a two-game tilt.

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The Neosho County Panthers ran away with a 104-66 win over the junior varsity squad from the Friends University Falcons here inside Panther Gymnasium on Friday.

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The Humboldt Cubs earned 19 selections to the KSHSAA Class 2A District 2 All-District Teams released yesterday. Senior Trey Sommer was unanimously named the Defensive MVP for the second-straight season, joining seniors Maddox Johnson and River Kaufman in being named to the first team on both…

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TOPEKA — The Chanute Blue Comets traveled to Topeka on Monday for the KSHSAA Unified Bowling State Championships. The Blue Comets posted a series score of 724, good for a 13th place finish.

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NEW YORK — Chanute High School Principal Zack Murry joined more than 50,000 running enthusiasts from across the world for the 2022 New York City Marathon on Sunday, Nov. 6. Murry earned his spot in the historic race thanks to being selected out of nearly 100,000 applicants through a lottery system.

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The Neosho County Panthers ran away with a 104-66 win over the junior varsity squad from the Friends University Falcons here inside Panther Gymnasium on Friday.

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POTEAU, Okla. — The Neosho County Panthers joined teams from across the midwest for the 2022 Viking Open hosted by Carl Albert State College. Three Panthers went 2-2 on the day at the tough open tournament.

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The Royster Rockets welcomed the Pittsburg Purple Dragons to town Thursday for an evening of basketball. All four squads suffered a loss.

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GREAT BEND — After posting 120+ points in their first three matchups, the Neosho County Panthers found themselves on the other end of the stick, suffering a 126-81 loss to the 18th-ranked Barton Cougars on Tuesday.

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CHENEY — The Chanute Blue Comets sent their first Unified Bowling team to the KSHSAA Regional Championships held at Cheney Lanes on Tuesday. The Blue Comets put together a six-game score of 767 to finish in third place, earning the squad a trip to the state competition in Topeka.

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IOLA — The Royster Rockets and Humboldt Cubs joined teams from Anderson County, Jayhawk-Linn, Osawatomie, Prairie View, Santa Fe Trail and Uniontown for the Iola Middle School Wrestling Invitational on Tuesday.

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Coaches across the Southeast Kansas League came together to choose the All-League Football honors released last week, and the Chanute Blue Comets landed seven selections each on offense and defense. Senior running back Ty Leedy was also named SEK Offensive Player of the Year

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FREDONIA — The Royster Rockets traveled to the land of the Yellowjackets on Monday afternoon for the Fredonia Middle School Wrestling Tournament. 14 Rockets finished atop their bracket, while another 19 Royster wrestlers finished as runners-up.

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The Royster Rockets welcomed the Parsons Vikings to town for a night of basketball Monday evening. Both seventh grade teams posted wins over the Vikings, before the eighth grade A team lost a heartbreaker.

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The Neosho County Panthers have sprinted to a perfect 3-0 start after recently taking down the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes and the Friends Falcons. The Panthers knocked off the Coyotes via a 129-75 score on Thursday, before a Saturday afternoon contest saw the Falcons defeated 121-62.

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BALDWIN CITY — The Neosho County Panthers battled a tough field of competition on Sunday at the Dan Harris Open hosted by Baker University. While no Panthers earned a spot on the medal stand, a pair of wrestlers escaped with 2-2 records.

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HERMITAGE, Mo. — A pair of teams from Chanute finished top-3 at the 2022 Good Old Boys Bass Club Classic on Pomme de Terre lake in Hermitage, Mo. over the weekend. Chanute resident Mike Bogle brought home first, while the duo of Lloyd Lemieux and Ron Umbarger claimed third place.