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Four Oklahoma high schools to open football seasons at NEO
Four Oklahoma high schools signed agreements Wednesday to open their 2014 football seasons on the FieldTurf at Northeastern A&M Oklahoma’s Red Robertson Field.
Former player Lowry elevated at Greenfield
Brian Lowry has a tough act to follow as boys basketball coach at Greenfield High School.
Jones named new Carthage girls basketball coach
Chad Jones, No. 1 assistant in girls basketball for the past four seasons at Platte County High School, some 30 miles north of Kansas City, has been named head coach at Carthage.
Sons of successful football coaches united at Humboldt
Sons of two of the most successful high school football coaches in Kansas history will serve as coordinators for the Humboldt Cubs this fall.
Colgan's Cedeno named Kansas 2-1A pitcher of year
Winning statewide pitcher of the year honors in consecutive seasons is already unique enough, but St. Mary’s-Colgan senior Christian Cedeno’s back-to-back recognition is especially rare.
Four Riverton softball players named all-state
The Riverton Rams softball team not only will have all of its returning starters for next season, but also will have four returning all-state players.
Smith's final jump a winner
Roll out the cliches for Courtni Smith of McDonald County in the recent MSHSAA Class 3 Track and Field Championships.
Exeter's Jay Allen returns as coach in All-Star Twin Classic
Talk about an accommodating coach. Exeter High School’s Jay Allen was that and more on Friday night.
Four Nevada players sign to play college baseball
Four Nevada Tigers baseball players have signed letters of intent to compete at the collegiate level.
Columbus' Froebe signs with Neosho County
After a three-hour practice last summer, Columbus girls basketball coach Marty Atnip admitted that even he was tired.
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