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Chanute High School tennis earned third place at the Chanute Invitational on Thursday after participating in back-to-back meets.

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FORT SCOTT – Several members of the Chanute High School cross-country team were running like their lives depended on it Thursday at the Fort Scott Invitational.

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YATES CENTER – Yates Center Wildcats’ QB Sean Hurst ended a blow-out football game after running in a 29-yard TD with 8:41 to go in the third quarter. 

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TOWANDA – For the first time this season, Chanute High School’s futbol players and coaches had a full roster in a game that turned out to be a 9-2 walloping over Circle High School on the road Thursday evening.

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Asya Herron and her group of friends enjoyed the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl LIV banner being lifted before the start of the 2020 NFL season. They felt even better when the Chiefs thoroughly dominated the Houston Texans 34-20 last Thursday to secure win number one on the year at Arrowhead…

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INDEPENDENCE – Chanute High tennis tied for second at the Independence High School Invitational on Thursday.

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Chanute starting quarterback Kam Koester dropped back and heaved a 31-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Garrett Almond close to the end of the game Friday night.

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Chanute High School soccer played a tough game defensively versus Riverton High School Thursday night, but neither team was able to break a 1-1 tie in a double-overtime game at the Chanute Community Sports Complex. 

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HUMBOLDT — For the first time in nearly two years the Humboldt Cubs struggled in a regular season game as it had to rally from a third-quarter deficit to hold off the Fredonia Yellowjackets on Friday night with a 30-26 win.

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FORT SCOTT – Conditions were wet and chilly with a steady north breeze for Chanute High School golf’s first 18-hole tournament of the year on Wednesday at the Fort Scott Invitational. Combine this with the conditions and challenges posed by the wooded side of Woodland Hills Golf Course, and …

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PARSONS – Chanute High School placed third in the Labette County tennis invitational in Parsons on Thursday. The Blue Comets finished with 72 total games won. Pittsburg was first with 84 games won and Fort Scott finished second with 77. Labette finished in fourth with 30 wins.

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HUMBOLDT — Ever since the Kansas State High School Activities Association gave the green light for fall sports to go on as originally scheduled, schools across the state have been revving up for the 2020 season.

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Area high schools are gearing up for the 2020 football season during a worldwide pandemic and have the first official week of practice under their belts.

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Chanute High School football players have been preparing all summer for the 2020 season. And a few more have shown their devotion to the craft by going to various football camps over the summer.