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Castle Rock Classic Start Times Change for Monday’s Games

Castle Rock Classic games on Monday, December 5 have changed to 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. to help accommodate for travel times with other teams in the tournament.  The tournament was originally scheduled to begin at 6:00 with the late game following at 7:30.  This will still be the schedule of play for Tuesday, December 6 and Friday, December 9.      Brackets as well as playing times for all scheduled . . .

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QHS Students Compete at the State Night at the Lab

By: Harley Cook

On November 16 and 17 Quinter High School senior Amber Kinderknecht and junior Selena Gorsky traveled to Kansas City, Kansas to partake in the state competition of Night at the Lab for presented by the University of Kansas Medical Center. There were six other presentations including Gorsky and Kinderknecht’s. Both girls admitted they were very passionate about their topic covering concussions and as they researched more . . .

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Bulldogs Go 3-0 on the Road

By: Kylie Crist

On Thursday, November, 17 the Quinter Junior High boys’ basketball team traveled to Dighton to compete against the Hornets. The A-team boys won 37-20, while the B-team boys also won 41-2. The C-team completed the sweep with a 10-2 victory. In the first quarter of the A-team game Quinter’s offense put up 18 points with the help of Jaden Boone and Eli Gruenbacher each scoring six. The Bulldogs’ defense allowed . . .

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Quinter Battles Dighton on the Road

By: Leah Tebow

On Thursday, Nov. 17, the young Lady Bulldogs’ basketball team traveled to Dighton to take on the Hornets. During the A-team game, the girls fell short of the win and losing 20-53. For the B-team girls, they finished with a score of 5-36 with the Hornets taking the win. To start out the A-team game, Quinter stayed with the Hornets. Ava Gillispie, Kayler Getz, and Aliah Miller worked together to score five points for . . .

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All-Star Match

By: Mikayla Bailey

  QHS volleyball seniors Brooke Blackwill and Sarah Bird pose for a picture with QHS volleyball coach Allison Polifka during the Northwest Kansas Volleyball All Star Game.  The two seniors were selected, along with other seniors from the area, by their coaches to play in the end-of-season match.  “I’d have to say that my volleyball career ended on a fun note. It . . .

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