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Juniors take the win in annual Powderpuff flag football game

Juniors take the win in annual Powderpuff flag football game

Christopher Sprenger, JagWire assistant sports editor

November 8, 2017


Filed under FALL, FOOTBALL, SPORTS, Top stories

The junior team upset the seniors and took home the win in the annual Powderpuff flag football game on Monday, Nov. 6. They won after getting an interception in the third and final overtime of the game with a final score of 18-18 over the senior team. For the majority of the game, the seniors le...

Jaguars advance to state semifinals

Jaguars advance to state semifinals

Alana Flinn, Hanna Torline, JagWire sports editor, JagWire editor-in-chief

March 7, 2013


Filed under SPORTS, Top stories

The Jaguars won their first round of state play against the Andover High School Trojans, 56-46, on Thursday, March 7 in Topeka. This is the first time in school history both the boys and girls teams have advanced to the state semifinals. The boys will have a rematch with Shawnee Mission South High...

Winter dance spirit days and royalty candidates announced

Winter dance spirit days and royalty candidates announced

Mackenzie Eckman, JagWire a&e / social media editor

January 24, 2013


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

The nominees for winter dance king and queen have been announced. The candidates are: King: Kyle Kain Austin Moylan Joey Perkins Nathan Stacy Logan Zavodny Queen: Maddie Bangs Eleanor English Caroline Kain Molly Kelley Tanner Tripp The king and queen will be crowned at halftime du...

Neighborhood faces natural habitat restoration

Neighborhood faces natural habitat restoration

Sarah Darby, editor-in-chief

April 5, 2012


Filed under NEWS, Top stories

Nearly 40 acres of land in the Crimson Ridge neighborhood near 47th Street and K-7 Highway stand to be transformed into a restored natural habitat or conservation parcel based on a proposal from an ecological restoration, for-profit corporation. Habitat Kansas, a Leawood-based LLC, purchased the entire...

Boys basketball place second at Coffeyville tournament

Alana Flinn, reporter

January 26, 2012


Filed under SPORTS

The Jaguars finished their weekend tournament in Coffeyville, Kan. second out of eight teams. They won the first two games 60-54 against Parkview High School on Thursday, Jan. 19 and 69-63 against Oologah High School on Friday, Jan. 20. In the championship on Saturday, Jan. 21, they lost to Word...

Jags to face big test against rival team

Alana Flinn, reporter

January 13, 2012


Filed under SPORTS

As the Jaguars prepare for their home game against the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats on Friday, Jan. 13, many players feel this game will be the most crucial of the season. “This game will prove that we can be a top team in the KAW Valley League,” sophomore guard Nick Friesner said. The Bobcats won stat...

Varsity player breaks six school records

Varsity player breaks six school records

Alana Flinn, reporter

December 7, 2011


Filed under SPORTS, Top stories

As a huge crowd turned out for the first home varsity game of the season, junior forward Nathan Stacy broke six school records during the win of 76-75 over the Gardner Edgerton Trailblazers. The records broken include scoring (37), rebounding (20), most shots attempted, most shots made, most two-p...

Upcoming winter sports

Alana Flinn, reporter

November 15, 2011


Filed under SPORTS

Wrestling As the team rolls out the mats each day for practice, head wrestling coach Travis Keal has specific goals for the wrestlers to carry with them during the season. "Our goal is to have each wrestler better themselves daily in the classroom and in the practice room," Keal said. "By focusing o...

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