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Jaguars defeat Blue Valley North at away game

Jaguars defeat Blue Valley North at away game

Taylir Charest

October 13, 2017


Filed under Fall, SPORTS, Top stories

    The Jaguars beat the Blue Valley North Mustangs on Thursday, Oct.12. To open up the game, the Mustangs received the ball and started on the 20-yard line. On the same drive, the Jaguars intercepted the ball at the BVNorth 40-yard line and ran it back to the 20-yard line. Follow...

Girls golf team places third at regionals

Girls golf team places third at regionals

Ashlyn Windmiller, JAG Reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Fall, SPORTS, Top stories

On Tuesday, Oct. 10, the girls golf team played in the regional tournament at Lady Sykes golf course in Overland Park. Senior Bella Hadden received a score of 38, getting first overall, and junior Sarah Lawson placed fourth with a final score of 41. As teams were nearing the end of the ninth hole, ...

Boys soccer loses 4-3 against Blue Valley West

Boys soccer loses 4-3 against Blue Valley West

October 11, 2017


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Boys soccer lost 4-3 at home against Blue Valley West on Tuesday, Oct. 9. Sophomore Ian Carroll scored the first goal in the game during the first half. Quickly after, BVWest tied it up and later scored 3 more goals to win the game. Going into the game, junior Jake Ashford felt confident in ...

Jaguars take tough loss on senior night

Jaguars take tough loss on senior night

Katya Gillig, JagWire sports editor

October 7, 2017


Filed under Fall, SPORTS

The Jaguars lost in their final regular season home game to the Bishop Miege Stags 54-21 on Friday, Oct. 6. This loss drops their record to 2-4. Eleven seniors and one senior manager were recognized before the game, as well as all other fall sports senior athletes during halftime. Head coach J...

Boys soccer defeats Topeka Seamen in first game of week

Boys soccer defeats Topeka Seamen in first game of week

Abby Layton, JagWire A&E editor

October 5, 2017


Filed under Fall, SPORTS

  Boys soccer came out on top at home Monday, Oct. 2 against Topeka Seamen with a final score of 6-2. The game started of strong, with the Jags controlling the ball in the offensive half of the field. Sophomore Ian Carroll scored the first goal 12 minutes into the game. For head coach...

Volleyball triumphs in three-set match against Blue Valley North

Volleyball triumphs in three-set match against Blue Valley North

Alison Booth, JagWire editor-in-chief

October 4, 2017


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Volleyball won against the previously number-one-ranked 6A Blue Valley North Mustangs in a three-set match on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Scores for each set were 22-25, 25-20 and 29-27. Though the Lady Jags had lost to the Mustangs in a tournament last Saturday, Sept. 30, junior middle hitter Molly Cos...

Girls golf places fourth at the Lawrence-Free State invitational

Girls golf places fourth at the Lawrence-Free State invitational

Jakob Twigg, JagWire new editor

October 4, 2017


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The girls golf varsity squad competed against 15 other teams on Monday, Oct. 2 at the Lawrence-Free State invitational. Overall, the team had a final score of 388 points, putting them in fourth place, right behind Olathe Northwest. Leading the team of five was senior Bella Hadden, who placed first ...

Jaguars lose to St. Thomas Aquinas

Jaguars lose to St. Thomas Aquinas

Katya Gillig, JagWire sports editor

September 30, 2017


Filed under Fall, SPORTS

The Jaguars lost to the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints 42-21 on Friday, Sept. 29. With this loss the Jaguars record falls to 2-3. The Saints scored a touchdown on their first two drives of the game. They missed the extra point on the first touchdown, but made up for it on the second with a success...

Rising number of freshmen compete as varsity athletes

Rising number of freshmen compete as varsity athletes

Katya Gillig and Drake Brizendine

September 28, 2017


Filed under Fall, SPORTS, Top stories

Silver Stars As students watch the Silver Stars performing during halftime at a football game, they may notice eight new faces among the 18 dancers. According to freshman Lauren Jarvis, the amount of freshmen on the team has come with a major learning curve. “[Having many freshmen] means we have t...

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