OSKALOOSA — The Atchison County Community High School girls basketball team fell behind early in the season opener on the road, and ultimately got thrashed 52-34 in what would be the first competitive high school varsity experience for most of the team.
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OSKALOOSA — The Atchison County Community High School boys came to Oskaloosa to start the regular season hungry for a win, but they had to claw it out against a motivated squad of Bears. Now, they’ve done it.
With neither team advancing to the playoffs, the Atchison County Tigers lined up to play their final game of the season against competitive Council Grove High School on Friday.
Atchison County Community High School senior Victoria Caplinger and Atchison senior Adalynn Collins are both set compete in State cross country Saturday at Wamego Country Club. Checkout the next issue of the Globe and Atchisonglobenow to see how each competitor does in their individual runs.
EFFINGHAM — The ACCHS Tigers found themselves overwhelmed early in their home matchup against the Riverside Cyclones and could not recover, leading to a lopsided defeat, 51-12.
EFFINGHAM, Kan. — Atchison County Community High School football experienced a hard fought loss on Friday night in a matchup against a stacked Jackson Heights team that resulted in a 41-8 defeat.
Legendary wrestling coach John Flores was inducted into the Atchison County Community High School Friday night.
The Atchison community had its first Football Jamboree Atchison County Scrimmage on Friday night featuring Maur Hill Mount Academy, Atchison High School, and Atchison County Community High school.
Earlier this summer, Former McLouth girls head coach Troy Hoffman was named the new boys basketball coach for Atchison County Community High School for the upcoming season.
The Northeast Kansas League has named the members of the 2019 baseball and softball All League teams.
Regional track meets took place Friday with a number of area competitors qualifying for the state track meet in Wichita at Wichita State University-Cessna Stadium this weekend.
The USD 377 Board of Education approved Brett Delich's resignation as the PE teacher and head wrestling. This was Delich's only season as the wrestling coach. Cody Kramer will be taking Delich's place in both positions.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy
Keegan Lott faced a uniquely challenging situation last season that nearly cost him his index finger.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy baseball continued it’s dominating season Monday night with a sweep of Atchison County Community High School.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy softball earned its first sweep of the season Monday on the road at Atchison County Community High School winning two vastly different games.
Atchison County Community High School held its home track meet Tuesday with ten schools in attendance including Maur Hill-Mount Academy.
Atchison High School held the school’s annual home track meet Thursday with Atchison County Community High School and six other schools in attendance to compete.
BLUE RAPIDS — It’s hard to recover when you’re down more than a dozen points on the road after the first quarter.
BLUE RAPIDS — Josie Weishaar, with more than 1,000 points in just three seasons at Jefferson County North, is a deadly threat whenever the ball is in her hands, and she proved it with 10 seconds on the clock on Friday, sinking a desperate three-pointer.
EFFINGHAM — For the first time as a well-refined crew of seniors, the Atchison County Tigers girls basketball team has tasted postseason glory.
The Maur Hill Ravens put on another dominating performance in a home Tuesday night match against the ACCHS Tigers winning 69-26.
The ACCHS Lady Tigers were able to pull away with a hard fought victory in the fourth quarter against the Maur Hill Lady Ravens in an away match up at Haverty Gymnasium.
Three young Atchsion County Community High School Tigers punched their ticket to state wrestling over the weekend at Rossville High School.
Victory looked to perhaps be in the cards for the Atchison County Community High School boys basketball team before a chaotic last minute of play ended with the Tigers on the short end of a 53-51 game versus Horton Thursday night at Effingham.
After a slow first quarter, the Atchison County Community High School basketball team dominated the remainder of the game against Horton, along with an impressive performance from senior Katie Beien for a 42-29 win Thursday night at Effingham.
With key pieces out of the line up, the Atchison County Community High School boys team suffered another defeat Tuesday night at home against McLouth 68-44.
Senior MaKaea Forbes entered the weekend determined to notch yet another state championship.
The ACCHS wrestling squad took on the Sabetha Blue Jays Thursday night in a home wrestling dual.
The Atchison County Community High School girl’s basketball team ended a two-game skid with a clutch 51-45 overtime home victory Tuesday night over Jackson Heights as senior Jaycee Ernzen scored nearly half the team’s points.
A trio of Atchison County Community High School girl wrestlers have made waves around the area in the wrestling community and hope to continue each of their successful seasons this Saturday in the State tournament at McPherson High School.
EFFINGHAM — Unfortunately for the Atchison County Community High School boys basketball team, the third time wasn’t the charm at home versus Pleasant Ridge Friday night.
EFFINGHAM — The Atchison County Community High School girls’ basketball team met Pleasant Ridge for the third time this season after splitting the first two matchups.
Winchester, Kan- The ACCHS Lady Tigers rolled past the Rossville Bulldogs with ease winning 45-29 Thursday night. However, the Lady Tigers fell to the Pleasant Ridge Rams Friday night losing 55-31 JCN Invitational Tournament.
The Atchison County Community High School Tigers played a dominating game against the Valley Falls Lady Dragons winning 39-37 on Wednesday night in a home matchup.
Effingham, Kan. — Despite the effort not being nearly their best, the Maur Hill-Mount Academy boys basketball team remained undefeated on the season with a lopsided 59-27 victory over Atchison County Community High School Friday night at Effingham, Kansas
Effingham, Kan. — The Atchison County Community High School girls basketball team allowed a season low in points during its 30-13 win over rival area school Maur Hill-Mount Academy Friday night in Effingham, Kansas.
EFFINGHAM — The Atchison County Tigers have fielded plenty of good girls basketball teams in years past. But this feels different.
VALLEY FALLS — Half way through their season, the Atchison County boys basketball team has seen this movie before: Early promise squelched by defensive faults in the second half.
VALLEY FALLS — The Atchison County girls basketball team managed to tread water and keep pace with Valley Falls through an hour of road basketball on Friday night, before slaying the Dragons in a last-minute rally.
The Atchison County boys basketball team had a chance to recover Friday on the road after letting the game on Tuesday get away from them late.
“Slow and steady wins the race” apparently applies to Tigers as well as tortoises.
EFFINGHAM — Clear dominance to open up the second half allowed Atchison County to rally from behind on Tuesday, but it proved to be all for naught.
EFFINGHAM — The Tigers felt good heading into the fourth on Tuesday night, but basketball is cruel to teams that feel good at the end of the third period.
HIAWATHA — The weather may have been gloomy outside the gym at ACCHS on Saturday evening, but on the court it was all excitement as the season kicked off for the Hiawatha Red Hawks with an away game against a familiar former league nemesis.
EFFINGHAM — The Atchison County girls basketball team is ready to face the new season behind strong senior leadership.
EFFINGHAM — A promising first quarter provided no defense against the three-point circus of the Oskaloosa Bears for the rest of the game, as the Atchison County Tigers began the season with a 38-68 setback.