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Katy Harris was everywhere on the floor Tuesday night for the Lady Red.
Atchison High School defeated Bishop Ward 62-34 in their first game of 2021.
Atchison County Community High School dropped its second game of the season Tuesday night thanks to a closing 17-3 run from Jackson Heights that led to a 35-27 home defeat.
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Maur-Hill Mount Academy Head Coach Brad Kunecke urged his players to give him a full 32 minutes of hard effort against Horton on Friday Night.
Horton outlasted Maur-Hill Mount Academy in the closing minutes as the Chargers defeated the Lady Ravens 35-34.
Despite a sloppy second half, Atchison County Community High School boys basketball was able to seal its first victory of the season by a score of 42-33 over Oskaloosa.
Atchison County Community High School’s win Friday certainly wasn’t the prettiest of games, but the 42-35 result handed Oskaloosa its first loss of the season.
After having one the most productive seasons in the history of Maur Hill-Mount Academy football, Andrew Schwinn now looks to take his game to the next level.
Atchison County Community High School suffered its fifth loss of the season 47-24 Monday night at Holton after only scoring 14 points in the second half.
Atchison County Community High School took on the chin Monday in its first loss of the season 51-19 at Holton.
Atchison County Community High School boys basketball came so close to its first victory of the season against Horton but were undone by late offensive woes and missed free throws.
The efficiency of Xavier Hernandez and Jesse Greenly around the rim proved to be too much in Atchison’s first win of the season against Rossville.
Atchison County Community High School girls basketball overcame a rather sloppy fourth quarter offensively to defeat a tough Horton squad 35-34 with a buzzer beating three from sophomore Natalie Nitz.
Atchison County Community High School girls basketball improved to 2-0 Thursday night at Pleasant Ridge thanks to a 10-0 run to close out the contest.
Atchison County Community High School wrestling started its season Wednesday night by hosting a double dual of Atchison and Lawrence Free State.
Atchison captain Benjamin Cooper earned the honors of 2nd team all state from the KHSSCA for the second straight season.
Atchison County Community High School fell to 0-2 on the season after a 34-22 defeat by McLouth Tuesday night at home.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy boys basketball managed a 58-38 home win over McLouth Friday night despite a rather lackluster effort at certain points in the night.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy prevailed in what was a solid early gut check win over a tough out of league opponent Cair Paravel 69-66.
Tonganoxie separated from Atchison in the fourth quarter to defeat the Redmen 59-45 Tuesday night.
The Lady Red fell to Tonganoxie 62-31 in the opening game of the season.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy earned a critical league win Tuesday night over Jefferson County North 45-33 to avoid dropping to 0-2 to start the season.
The Maur Hill-Mount Academy girls basketball put together probably the biggest win so far under coach Luke Noll.
After a nearly two and half hour long meeting, the Kansas State High School Activities Association Board of Directors voted 54-21 to allow some fans at winter activities, effective Thursday.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy boys basketball will be a much different looking team this season.
The Lady Red are determined to improve and find more success through strong defense this season.
Toughness and defense will be trademarks of Atchison High School boys basketball this season.
Friday night was a tale of two halves offensively for Maur Hill-Mount Academy in its 64-53 loss at Pleasant Ridge.
A turbulent 48-hours ended with the Maur Hill-Mount Academy girls basketball team victorious 44-34 over Pleasant Ridge, a game the team didn’t know they would be playing until Thursday evening after a cancellation with ACCHS.
KSHSAA’s Board of Appeals voted Thursday 7-1 in favor of sending the decision of no fans at winter activities through Jan. 28 back to the board of directors.
Wrestling season began Thursday at Atchison High School with no fans but plenty of optimism and gratefulness from the respective head coaches of Atchison and Maur Hill-Mount Academy.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy girls basketball hopes to take steps forward in the second season under coach Luke Noll.
There will be high school sports in the state of Kansas in December, according to a vote by the Kansas State High School Activities Association Board of Directors at a meeting Tuesday.
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The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) Executive Board unanimously approved a proposal Wednesday that would delay Winter Activity competitions to Jan. 15. The proposal will be voted on Tuesday in the special Board of Director Meeting.
New year same result for Maur Hill-Mount Academy against Rossville.
The pair of Atchison Community High School cross country runners competed in state Saturday at Victoria, Kansas with Sophomore Haeden Forbes bringing home some hardware.
For the second straight season, Doniphan West girls cross country was crowned as 1A State Champions.
Andrew Schwinn was simply unstoppable Friday night.
Atchison soccer’s season came to an end in the first round of Sub-State play Tuesday at home in a 2-0 loss to Bishop Ward.
A promising season for Maur Hill-Mount Academy came to an end Saturday in the second round of Sub-State against McLouth.
Atchison volleyball’s season came to an end Saturday in the first round of Sub-State in a tough match against the hosting Holton Wildcats.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy passed its toughest test of the season so far with a 28-14 win over Riverside thanks to a career day from senior running back Andrew Schwinn Friday night at Guy Galley Field.
The Redmen fell to Ottawa in overtime less than 24 hours before they took the field against their rival, Maur Hill-Mount Academy. This heartbreaking game had little impact on the effort that Atchison High School gave in their 1-0 win against the Ravens.
The Cyclones scored the final goal with 1:30 left in the second period of overtime. The Cyclones controlled much of the overtime period which Head Coach Alex Supple described.
Atchison defeated Bonner Springs 2-0 in dominate fashion Tuesday evening at Atchison Sports Complex.
After only placing fourth in their home tournament Saturday, Atchison volleyball bounced back with a solid 3-1 road victory against Leavenworth Monday night.
A sloppy third quarter by Atchison proved to be the difference in its competitive 42-26 loss against Basehor-Linwood Friday night at Amelia Earhart Stadium.
An early goal in the first half and an early goal in the second half for Kansas City Christian was too much to overcome for Atchison High School. The Redmen fell to the Panthers 3-1 on Thursday.