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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.
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.
After two weeks of not competing in a match Atchison volleyball returned to the court against Piper to claim a 3-1 win Monday night at Atchison High School.
The Redmen dominated Turner 56-6 by utilizing their backfield of senior Xavier Cushinberry and sophomore Jesse Greenly.
Atchison boys soccer was able to hold on late for its first win of the season 2-1 over Bishop Ward Thursday evening at Atchison Sports Complex.
Atchison tennis came out on top in a match against Hiawatha Tuesday evening.
Atchison soccer nearly earned their first win of the season Tuesday night against Maur Hill-Mount Academy in a hard fought overtime game that ended in a 1-1 tie.
Four interceptions returned for touchdowns by a defense in one game is as Atchison coach Jim Smith stated, “unheard of.”
Atchison volleyball continues to improve early in the season after a 2-0 sweep of Lafayette Tuesday night.
Not much of anything went right for Atchison after it took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter Friday night at Amelia Earhart Stadium.
Atchison High School volleyball will embark on one of the program’s most unique seasons ever.
Lafayette put together a comprehensive effort in their 28-7 win over Atchison on Friday at Alumni Stadium, rebounding from an early deficit with the help of senior running back Miles Henderson’s three touchdowns.
Simply competing in a volleyball match wasn’t something coach Liz Harris thought would happen this fall for her program.
The ground attack will be the strength of Atchison football once again this season with a number of capable options in the backfield.
Atchison High School was left a little in the dark on the upcoming fall sports season after the Kansas City, Kansas school board voted Tuesday by a 5-2 to suspend all involvement in sports this fall in the hopes to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Not many athletes get to go on to play at the college level, let alone become a starter their first season, no matter the level.
Mattie Dougherty left Atchison High School as one of the better volleyball players in recent program history, but felt some uncertainty heading into her first college season with Allen Community College.
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.
The Atchison Boys Basketball team needs a new coach as Matt Hall announced his resignation on Tuesday after 11 total seasons with the Redmen.
Despite the disappointment of not being able to play her senior season of soccer, Atchison defender Hannah Deware declared her intention to continue her playing career at the University of Ottawa this fall.
Kansas State High Schools Activities Association finally made the official decision Wednesday to cancel spring championships, competitions, and festivals in 2020 because of the pandemic of COVID-19.
Senior Madison Servaes was the lone bowler for Atchison at regionals.
Atchison senior Nick Funk closed out his wrestling career with a fourth place finish in the Class 4A state tournament last weekend.
The county of Atchison had nothing short of a banner weekend in the sport of wrestling.
As of Friday night the following area wrestlers have qualified for state. Ethan Seager from Maur Hill-Mount Academy and Nick Funk from Atchison High School. Mason Scholz and Colby Smith from Atchison County Community High School also qualified for the trip to state. A number of other area wr…
The Atchison girls basketball responded after a frustrating loss on Friday with a 50-16 win over Harmon on Monday night at Atchison High School.
Atchison High School dropped its fourth straight game in a row and gave Sumner Academy its first win of the season by a score of 44-39 Friday night.
It was simply a frustrating night for the Atchison Lady Red basketball team.
Atchison High School hosted the annual George Worley wrestling Invitational with the aforementioned former Atchison wrestling coach in attendance for the event.
Atchison wrestling hosted a mixer Thursday night with three other teams in attendance.
NEMAHA —Atchison’s athleticism and speed were too much for Jackson Heights despite putting fourth a relatively messy offensive effort in the 49-28 win Tuesday at Nemaha Central.
The Maur Hill-Mount Academy wrestling program hosted its third straight mixer with a total of six teams in attendance.
The Atchison High School girls basketball team put on a show for the home crowd on Tuesday night over a fairly hapless visiting side from Washington High School.
The Atchison Redmen had to feel pretty good after watching their counterparts on the girls basketball team demolish the Lady Cats, but if they didn’t already know, it quickly became obvious that the Wildcat boys are a completely different animal, one which overwhelmed them almost from the start.
EFFINGHAM — History was made Saturday at Atchison County Community High School.
2019 was a unique year for sports in the Atchison and the Northeast Kansas area from success at both the college and high school level as well as local kids making an impact on a division I football program.
Atchison boys basketball started its season on a high note with a convincing 64-45 win over Holton thanks in large part to defense and grinding the ball inside Friday night at Atchison High School.
Friday’s game certainly wasn’t the way Blaine Clardy and the Atchison girls basketball had hoped to start the season.
Atchison coach Ed Crouse had to fight back tears Friday during the program’s first ever home assembly dual.
As he eyes his senior year, one of the leading midfielders of the Atchison Redmen has obtained a high honor at the statewide level.
Adalynn Collins has been one of the most successful athletes in the Atchison area in recent memory.
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.
LOUISBURG — The Atchison Redmen showed stellar defensive effort throughout the first half in a tough playoff matchup against the LHS Wildcats, but suffered a Round 1 knockout on Friday night in Louisburg.
The Atchison volleyball team was just simply outmatched against a loaded Louisburg squad in the Sub State championship game Saturday at Atchison High School.
Because of a reporter’s error, Atchison High School senior Cameron Ayers didn’t receive appropriate credit for his goal against the Sumner Sabres on Monday, Oct. 14. Atchison Globe regrets the error.