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When looking over to the Lady Panther sideline this fall, a change will be noticeable. Marisa Compton will be in charge of all volleyball strategies and activities, as opposed to being an assistant for Neosho County Community College.

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When looking over to the Lady Panther sideline this fall, a change will be noticeable. Marisa Compton will be in charge of all volleyball strategies and activities, as opposed to being an assistant for Neosho County Community College.

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HUMBOLDT – The thunder of high-performance racing engines split the evening sky Friday evening as Humboldt Speedway enjoyed the long-awaited 2020 season opener.

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The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hasn’t stopped the Neosho County Community College Panthers from preparing for next basketball season in the event that there is a regular scheduled campaign.

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Everything around the world has dramatically changed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. And the Kansas State High School Activities Association has planned for sports for the coming months as the state adjusts to the new norm.

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The day the NJCAA cancelled the remainder of the college baseball season was the day Steve Murry and his colleagues brainstormed constructive activities to do at Hudson Field and inside the indoor training facility on Ross Lane. The latest COVID-19 project completed happens to be a part of a…

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Two weeks ago, JJ Davis was in his Chanute home sifting through statistics for his women’s basketball team. His goal was to input some of the all-time statistical leaders of the program from this year.

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It was inevitable to hearken back on the 1990s Chicago Bulls and the “Jordan Rules,” to ponder on the dynamic offense the Tampa Bay Buccaneers can unleash in the NFL, and to envision how wet-in-the-ear dynamic athletes can help an NFL franchise.

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Jonathan Breeland Jr. dashes with his sisters, plays basketball at a local park, and lifts weights on a regular basis. Hayley Stiger runs in the rain, works on her dribbling skills, and participates in home workouts.

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It’s not all doom and gloom due to the COVID-19 pandemic wiping out the junior college baseball season. After Neosho County Community College went 11-6 in the shortened season, several players made the decision to move on to Division-I baseball for the spring of 2021.

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Neosho County Community College point guard Chrissy Brown worked on her overall speed and ball handling at Robicheaux Park in Lafayette, Louisiana, on Tuesday.

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There is no question that the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting recruiting for National Junior College Athletic Association basketball teams.

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic currently happening in America has caused the National Junior College Athletic Association to halt all spring sports, as well as winter sports postseason activities. It has also impacted the Neosho County Community College Lady Panthers for the 2020-21 bas…