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FHSU’s Herman earns All-MIAA honors; Tigers 10th at conference tourney »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State junior Trey Herman earned All-MIAA honors for the 2013-14 season, helping Fort Hays State to a 10th-place finish at the MIAA Championships in Lawrence, Kan. The tournament was held on the Championship Course at Alvamar Golf Club, a par-72 layout. Herman, who led the MIAA Individual Point Standings entering the […]

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Tiger softball holds on to No. 8 spot in Central Region rankings »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State softball remained eighth in the second version of the NCAA Division II Central Region Rankings, released Wednesday. The Tigers debuted at No. 8 in last week’s poll, and one other version will be released leading up to the NCAA Division II Softball Selection Show, set for March 5 at […]

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TMP-Marian girls’ soccer rolls past Word of Life »

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The Thomas More Prep Marian Monarch girls soccer  team improved to 3-2 Tuesday after a 9-2 victory over Word of Life out of Wichita at the Bickle-Schmidt Sports Complex. The Monarchs overcame a slow start to build a 5-0 lead at the half. Sophomore Bailey Hageman took a pass from freshman Deonna Wellbrock to give […]

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Tiger women 8th, men 10th heading into final round of MIAA Golf Championships »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State women’s golf maintained its eighth-place position after the second round at the MIAA Championships in Lawrence, Kan. The Tigers improved by 14 strokes as a team on Tuesday, shooting 378 after a 392 on the first day. The nine teams from the MIAA are competing on the Member’s Course […]

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Indian golfers finish 3rd at Bob Blazer Invite »

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The Hays High boys golf team finished third at their own Bob Blazer Invitational Tuesday at Smoky Hill Country Club. The Indians shot a 333, which was two shots behind second place Dodge City and seven back of Hutchinson. Kaden Beilman led the Indians with a 9-over-par 80 and finished sixth. Cash Hobson shot an […]

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Parker no-hitter lifts HHS baseball to sweep of Garden City »

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The Hays High baseball team snapped their three-game losing streak with a doubleheader sweep at home against Garden City Tuesday. Layne Downing, scattered eight hits while striking out eight and the Indians took advantage of three Buffaloes errors in a 5-0 win in game one. Kade Parker threw his second no-hitter of the season, striking […]

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Monarch baseball run-rules Scott City; falls late to Great Bend »

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The TMP-Marian baseball team split their two games Tuesday at the TMP Field, beating Scott City 15-0 in a game called after four innings by run rule. Great Bend scored the go-ahead run in the sixth inning and beat the Monarchs 3-2 in the second contest. The Monarchs jumped out early against the Beavers, scoring […]

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Ellis baseball wins twice at Lincoln »

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The Ellis baseball team picked up a pair of road wins Tuesday in Lincoln. Despite committing seven errors, the Railers win the opener 16-8, taking control with a pair of five-run innings in the fourth and fifth. Ellis wins the second contest 12-2, shutting Lincoln out for the final six innings after they scored twice […]

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Guthrie, Royals overpowered by Indians »

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By TOM WITHERS AP Sports Writer CLEVELAND (AP) – The Royals lost a coach during batting practice. Then a squirrel ran onto the field. Kansas City’s strange night never got better. Jeremy Guthrie gave up two-run homers to Jason Kipnis and Michael Brantley and the Royals got just six hits in a 4-3 loss to […]

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Area runners compete at Boston Marathon »

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A couple of area runners competed in Monday’s Boston Marathon. Doug Williams of Hays and Marian Lindberg of Ellis both ran times of 4:49:33. Willams finished 26,067 out of the nearly 32,000 runners while Lindberg was 26,065. Williams came in 1,489 in the 55-59 age division while Lindberg finished 1,185th in the Female 50-54 age […]

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Tiger women 8th, men 9th at MIAA golf championships »

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FHSU Sports Information Fort Hays State women’s and men’s golf are competing at the MIAA Championships in Lawrence, Kan., April 21-23 at the Alvamar Golf Club. The Tiger women are eighth and the men are ninth after the first of three rounds of competition. In men’s action, the Tigers are tied for ninth with Missouri […]

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HHS girls’ soccer wins fifth straight »

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The Hays High girls’ soccer team ran their win streak to five Monday, defeating Garden City 3-1. The contest was tied 1-1 when the Buffaloes gave Hays the lead for good on an own goal off a cross from Rachel Lueders with 3:30 to play. Alexa Brull made it 3-1 with a goal less than two […]

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Tiger Talk (AUDIO) »

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