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On the eve of the KSHSAA approving the beginning of the winter sports season, Abilene High School hosted a modified version of the annual Orange and Brown wrestling scrimmage.

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For the second year in a row, the Abilene High School Cheer Squad finished in the Top Six of the Class 4A state competition at Spirit Game Day championships in Topeka. This year because of COVID-19 the performances were filmed in Abilene and submitted virtually.

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Phase 2 has officially begun at Cowboy Stadium in Abilene. With work continuing on the track, demolishing started Tuesday as Boyd Construction Company started the demolishment of the Spirit Stores, ticket booths and concessions buildings in the southwest corner of the athletic complex.

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With the conclusion of the state tournaments, conferences and leagues are presenting volleyball awards and All-State teams will also be announced soon.

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SOLOMON – Solomon senior Alex Herbel fittingly scored the final touchdown for his high school in his final game in red and white for the Solomon Gorillas. Herbel caught a 36-yard pass from quarterback Spencer Coup with 3:42 remaining but the home team came up just short as the Mustangs preva…

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SOLOMON – Solomon senior Alex Herbel fittingly scored the final touchdown for his high school in his final game in red and white for the Solomon Gorillas. Herbel caught a 36-yard pass from quarterback Spencer Coup with 3:42 remaining but the home team came up just short as the Mustangs preva…

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The Wamego junior varsity broke open the score against the Abilene Cowboy junior varsity 52-6 at a very cold Cowboy Stadium Monday night in Abilene.

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CLAY CENTER – Fighting to the very end of each set, the Abilene Cowgirls couldn’t get the ball to drop in bounds during the opening round of the Class 4A Sub-State volleyball tournament at Clay Center Saturday afternoon.

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SOLOMON – The Little River Redskins ran over the Solomon Gorillas 64-0 Friday night to end the regular season.

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“Of course, we are very proud of Taylor Briggs as she continues her mission to be a four-time state cross country champion by winning the Buhler Regional Championship,” Chapman head coach Cindy Zumbrunn said. “It’s actually kind of fun, as one wanders around the cross country course on race …

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BUHLER ­— For the first time in at least 15 years, the Abilene Cowboys has qualified its team to run in the Class 4A State Cross Country Meet in Wamego on Saturday.

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WAMEGO – The Wamego Red Raiders finished off the regular season by blitzing the Abilene Cowboys 62-12 at Wamego Friday night.

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WAMEGO – The Wamego Red Raiders finished off the regular season by blitzing the Abilene Cowboys 62-12 at Wamego Friday night.

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TOPEKA – Chapman freshman Elyssa Frieze finished 18-2 on her first high school campaign for the Chapman Lady Irish tennis team, including a fifth place medal at the Class 4A State Tournament Saturday in Topeka.

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After playing three matches in the morning pod and finishing 2-1, the Abilene Cowgirl volleyball team went up against three ranked teams in the afternoon pod Saturday in Abilene.

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The Augusta Orioles won their third game of the season as they out muscled the Abilene Cowboys 47-0 Friday night in Abilene.

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CANTON– The number one ranked and undefeated Canton-Galva Eagles shut down the Solomon Gorillas 66-0 in district play Friday night in Canton.

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The Augusta Orioles won their third game of the season as they out muscled the Abilene Cowboys 47-0 Friday night in Abilene.

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CHAPMAN – Both teams were rusty after having at least two weeks off due to COVID concerns, but the match between NCKL rivals Abilene Cowgirls at Chapman Lady Irish couldn’t have gotten any more exciting than it did Thursday evening at Chapman.

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With just a couple of things to check off the punch list for Phase 1 at Cowboy Stadium in Abilene, plans for Phase 2 were approved Monday night by the USD 435 Board of Education during the October monthly meeting.

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The Abilene Longhorn 7th Grade football team overcame a slow start to defeat the Marysville Bulldogs 26-12, Tuesday night, at Cowboy Stadium. Abilene finished the season 4-1 and had a perfect 4-0 record against NCKL competition. Abilene did not play Concordia because the Panthers did not hav…

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CHAPMAN – The Clay Center Tigers rallied midway through the fourth quarter to retake the lead and earn a 21-14 win over the Chapman Fighting Irish football team in a battle of 3A districts teams.

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The Abilene Middle School 7th grade Longhorn volleyball team won the Middle School NCKL tournament Saturday in Wamego.

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The Abilene Middle School 7th grade football team improved to 3-1 on the season with a 36-6 victory over Fort Riley Thursday night. All three victories by AMS this season have been against league opponents and they will have a chance to win the league crown at home Tuesday against Marysville…

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BUHLER – The crazy up and down 2020 high school tennis season came to an end for the Abilene Cowgirls Saturday at the Class 4A Regional Tournament in Buhler.

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CHAPMAN – The Clay Center Tigers rallied midway through the fourth quarter to retake the lead and earn a 21-14 win over the Chapman Fighting Irish football team in a battle of 3A districts teams.

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SOLOMON – The Lincoln Leopards exploded for 36-second half points on its way to a 64-18 thumping of the Solomon Gorillas Friday night in Solomon.

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The Abilene Middle School Longhorn football teams won games Thursday evening in Abilene. Playing their first games on the new field, the 7th grade Longhorns defeated Fort Riley 36-6. Above left: Heath Hoekman (35) stretches for the endzone after a touchdown throw by quarterback Taygen Funsto…

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