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Girls tennis triumphs in dual against Saint James

Girls tennis triumphs in dual against Saint James

Elizabeth Joseph, JagWire reporter

September 13, 2017


Filed under FALL, GIRLS TENNIS, SPORTS, Top stories

Both girls tennis teams competed in singles and doubles at their dual meet at home against Saint James on Wednesday, Sept. 13. The varsity team won 8-4, while the junior varsity team went 12-0. Although it is early in the tennis season, junior Jordan Dean has noticed growth in the skills of the...

Girls tennis goes 6-2 in triangular

Girls tennis goes 6-2 in triangular

Braden Shaw, JagWire editor-in-chief

October 4, 2016


Filed under FALL, GIRLS TENNIS, SPORTS, Top stories

The girls tennis team went 6-2 in their tennis triangular vs. Lansing and Bonner Springs. Individually, senior Lauren Tracht and junior Madison VanBuhler each went 2-0 in singles play. On the doubles side, the pair of junior Tori Wesp and senior Kaley Muir went 1-1 and the pair of senior Alexa Ca...

Football team remains eligible for state playoffs with 49-15 win over Harmon High School

Hanna Torline, sports editor

October 24, 2011


Filed under SPORTS

In the game determining state playoff eligibility, the Jaguar football team pulled off a 49-15 win over the J.C. Harmon High School Hawks on Friday, Oct. 21. The first of Harmon’s two touchdowns came less than three minutes into the game. The Jaguars went three and out and then the Jag defense...

Jaguars win third straight game, beating Tonganoxie High School 63-15

Hanna Torline, Alana Flinn, sports editor, reporter

September 21, 2011


Filed under SPORTS, Top stories

Beginning the season with a 3-0 record, the Jaguars beat the Tonganoxie High School Chieftains on Friday, Sept. 16 with a score of 63-15. After a seemingly uneventful six minutes in the first quarter, senior wide receiver Justice Oehlert intercepted a tipped pass by the Chieftains to begin the first scorin...

Jaguars defeat Bonner Springs High School 48-26

Hanna Torline, Alana Flinn, sports editor, reporter

September 12, 2011


Filed under SPORTS, Top stories

Even with a chance of rain threatening attendance at the first home football game of the season, the Jaguars defeated Bonner Springs High School 48-26 on Friday, Sept. 9 in front of a full stadium. Only two minutes into the first quarter, junior quarterback Skyler Windmiller completed a  pass to junior rece...

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