MONTREAL — Russian athletes should be forced to compete as neutrals at next year’s Olympics in Tokyo and other major events, a key World Anti-Doping Agency panel recommended on Monday.
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Atchison County Community High School Football cruised to its third victory of the season with a 58-0 drubbing of McLouth Friday to celebrate homecoming.
Atchison football continued the momentum from its comeback over Highland Park in week two with a rather convincing 38-16 home victory over Wyandotte Friday night at Amelia Earhart Stadium.
Maur Hill-Mount Academy improved to 2-0 on the season thanks to a 35-8 win Friday night at Guy Galley Field.
Atchison was in grave danger of falling to 0-2 on the season Friday night against Highland Park.
Atchison County Community High School jumped out to a fast lead for the second straight week leading the way to the program’s first 2-0 start since 2012 Friday night in Effingham.
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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Atchison Recreation recently finished up basketball and indoor soccer with a pretty good amount of success as the community reaches some normalcy.
2020 was a year full of challenges for many, especially for the Atchison Recreation Commission.
This isn’t goodbye, it’s more like see you later.
Buckle up, it’s going to be a fun season.
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.
Kansas City Royals fans can almost see what the future holds, even if it’s fairly far away.
I’ve never researched anything like the way I researched smoking a pork shoulder.
Benedictine football entered Saturday with plenty of motivation after a road loss to Peru State, and that hunger was shown in the form of a 68-0 home domination of Clarke Saturday at Larry Wilcox Stadium.
Raven Volleyball opened the conference portion of their season with a win on Tuesday.
The No. 17 Benedictine Ravens mustered up just 74 yards rushing and were held under 300 yards of offense, dropping a second-straight game in a 45-21 loss at Peru State on Saturday.
For Chris Tabor, getting inducted into the The Benedictine College Athletic Hall of Fame is a dream come true.
No. 17 Benedictine competed with No. 5 Grand View for three quarters of its home opener Saturday until a 49-yard blocked field goal returned for a touchdown at the beginning of the fourth quarter ultimately led to the Vikings running away with a 41-20 victory at Larry Wilcox Stadium.
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.
Atchison Legion baseball is accepting sign-ups at the Atchison Recreation Office for the 2018 summer baseball season.
Two 1-run losses put an end to the Doniphan County American Legion baseball teams bid at a state title this past weekend in Marysville.
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.
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.