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Maryanna Randall, a 2020 graduate of Horton H.S. in Horton, has committed to play volleyball and women’s basketball for Iowa Lakes Community College in Estherville, IA.

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New Atchison boys basketball coach Pat Battle will enter his job with hopes of eventually returning the program to the status it held for many years in the state of Kansas.

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Not long before the 2020 NFL draft was over, Horton native Trey Dishon knew he was going to have a shot at making a team.

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After having to cancel the spring activity season, Atchison Recreation is making plans to reopen in the coming weeks in order to have indoor and outdoor activities this summer in some capacity.

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CORRECTION: Because of a reporter's error, a previous version of this story inaccurately described how YMCA membership dues will be affected by the COVID-19-related closure. Atchison Globe regrets the error. 

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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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Dennis Murphy took the call from Benedictine College head football coach Larry Wilcox off the recommendation of former Maur Hill Prep, now Maur Hill-Mt. Academy, head coach Guy Galley and the rest, as they say, is history.

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Sunday was supposed to be the annual spring game for Benedictine football but obvious health circumstances have canceled that game to being what can only be described as the most challenging offseason in program history.

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Before the entire sports world was turned upside down, two members of Benedictine baseball were receiving interest from a little more than one-third of the teams in Major League Baseball.

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Despite being a rather disappointing season for Benedictine basketball, junior guard Jaiden Bristol did take a step forward on the court and the NAIA took notice.

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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.