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It has been said that titles are made with hard work in the summer, but Atchison High School soccer players are mostly focused on staying sharp and having fun for now.

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For Brandon Wilkes, the opportunity to return to Maur-Hill Mount Academy was never far from his mind after leaving in 2012.

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For the first time in 25 years the Maur Hill-Mount Academy boys basketball team will be led by a new coach.

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Entries are now being accepted for the fall Co-Rec Volleyball program sponsored by the Atchison Recreation Commission. This is a recreational volleyball league for men and women 16 years and older.

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Beyond my sports duties at the Atchison Globe are a few things here and there to help with the overall production of the paper. One of those things is typing in the TV grid that runs in each Saturday’s paper.

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Maur-Hill Mount Academy and Immaculata High School product Zach Schwinn recently made the decision to continue his athletic career at Benedictine College playing both basketball and baseball.

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Benedictine men’s basketball continued to build its talent this off-season with five new additions to a program coming off one its most successful seasons in history.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Benedictine College has claimed the first-ever Heart of America Athletic Conference Commissioner’s Cup after their overall performance through three sports season during 2018-19. The award will be formally presented at the Heart Conference Summit on July 29th.

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The Benedictine basketball program conducted two of its summer camps this previous week with the Future Ravens Camp and the Summer High School Team Camp.

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Maur Hill-Mount Academy standout and former Immaculata player Zach Schwinn announced he will be continuing not only his basketball playing career, but his baseball career as well, at Benedictine College.

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The Saturday during the Amelia Earhart Festival is known for its traditional events, most famously the “Concert in the Sky” fireworks show over the Missouri River.

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It was a topsy-turvy week for the Doniphan County Post 55 American Legion baseball team as they battled for a chance at a return trip to AA State, but in the end, a fourth-straight trip to state was exactly what they got.

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Nathan Gaarder did his best to muscle his Doniphan County team to a come-from-behind victory in the semifinal of the American Legion State tournament on Saturday morning, but his 125th pitch of the day turned out to be the last of the season.