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Maur Hill-Mount Academy was able to hold its fourth annual wrestling mixer despite the continued spread of Covid causing five teams to drop out Thursday night.

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Atchison County Community High School once again proved its ability to break away in the second half of a game in a 62-33 win over Jefferson County North Tuesday night at home.

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The Atchison Junior Golf continues to see substantial growth as the program had a total of 63 participants this year from ages 8-18.

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A Kansas angler’s prized catch may actually be worth a prize this spring and summer. The first-ever Great Kansas Fishing Derby will run May 1 to July 31, 2021, with at least 500 specially tagged fish located in up to 37 public waterbodies in Kansas. The Great Kansas Fishing Derby is sponsore…

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Atchison Recreation recently finished up basketball and indoor soccer with a pretty good amount of success as the community reaches some normalcy.

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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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Benedictine women’s basketball found itself back in the win column Thursday night thanks to a 70-57 victory over Culver-Stockon at Ralph Nolan gymnasium.

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Benedictine men’s basketball battled late to claim another hard-fought 75-66 Heart win over Culver-Stockton Thursday night at Ralph Nolan Gymnasium.

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For the first time in 44 games, the Raven Men’s Basketball team needed overtime to decide the final outcome.

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On a night where a foul was called every one minute and six seconds, the Raven Women’s Basketball team bounced back with a road win over Baker University on Wednesday.

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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.