On Thursday, August 31, Quinter High School's Student Council (Stuco) and Kansas Association for Youth (KAY) teamed up for a service project at the Quinter Elementary. The QES playground equipment was in need of a paint job, so students at QHS decided this would be a good way to make their school a better place. The KAY and Stuco students met at the grade school where they enjoyed some pizza together. Then they broke . . .
The Quinter High School Class of 2017 donated leftover class funds to the Quinter Elementary School for new recess equipment for the students. Students in last year’s senior class saw a need for the elementary students and voted to use their money to help improve recess and P.E. time for the elementary school. The class donated eight volleyballs, a volleyball net, 21 basketballs, eight footballs, and . . .
On Saturday, Sept. 9th the Quinter Bulldogs’ varsity volleyball team traveled to Grinnell to compete in the annual Gove Co. Classic. The Bulldogs pool consisted of the Weskan Coyotes, Greeley Co. Jackrabbits, and the St. Francis Indians. Quinter beat the Coyotes and the Jackrabbits, but lost to the Indians. In the first set against the Coyotes, the Bulldogs immediately used a side out to start Brittney . . .
On Thursday August 31, seven Quinter High School Bulldog Cheerleaders went to Colby to attend the Kansas State High School Activities Association’s Spirit Spreaders Conference led by cheerleaders from Universal Cheerleaders Association. The cheerleaders present included senior Abria Fisher, junior Andrea Charles, sophomores Taylor Chessmore, Tamika Brooks, and Abby Herl, and freshmen Millie Brown and Reegan Scott. The girls . . .
On Friday, September 9, the Quinter Bulldogs travel to Tribune to take on the Jackrabbits of Greeley County. The Bulldogs lost to the Jackrabbits with a score of 8-54. In the first quarter the Bulldogs came out slow, while Greeley County came out with fire. Greeley County scored 2 offensive touchdowns, and got both two point conversions. Luke Kaiser scored a touchdown in the first quarter, and also scored the . . .
On Thursday, September 7, the Quinter/Wheatland-Grinnell Cross Country team hosted a meet at the Quinter Country Club. Rebekah Kitch placed eighth in women’s the varsity race, Bailey Watts placed ninth in the men’s junior varsity race, and Jonathan Jacka placed 13th in the men’s varsity race. In the women’s varsity race, senior Kitch placed eighth with a time of 25:49. In the men’s varsity . . .
On Saturday, September 9 the Quinter Bulldogs’ junior varsity competed in the Quinter Junior Varsity Tournament in Quinter. The JV competed against the Oakley Plainsmen, Trego Eagles, and Decatur Community Red Devils. The JV won in three sets against the Plainsmen. However, they lost to the Devils and the Eagles, failing to advance out of pool play. In the first match of the tournament the Bulldogs took on the Devils. . . .
The Quinter Junior High Lady Bulldog volleyball team traveled to Dighton to take on the Hornets on Thursday, September 7. The A-team took a loss in the first match. Meanwhile the B-team also received a loss in the first set with 4-25 and in the second set 11-25. However the C-Team came out for the Bulldogs winning their only set 25-15. In the first set of the A-Team game the Bulldogs had the serve but . . .
On Thursday, September 7 the Quinter Junior High Bulldogs’ football team traveled to Dighton to compete against the Dighton Hornets. The Bulldogs won 30-18 to improve their season record to 2-0. In the first quarter, Quinter’s offense scored a touchdown and a two point conversion. Dighton was allowed a touchdown to make the ending score in the first quarter, 8-6. In the second quarter the Bulldogs . . .
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