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Some touchdowns are more special than others. Just ask Buffalo Bills wide receiver John Brown. Brown, former All-American at Pittsburg State, made a diving catch for a 42-yard touchdown during … more
Kill, New Mexico State celebrate 7-6 season
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Not many college football teams get too excited about a 7-6 season. But that's not the case at New Mexico State. more
Imagine the discussion that coaches Willie Fritz and Sam Pittman could have at a future Pittsburg State football reunion. more
TCU has spent the entire football season proving doubters wrong. more
Frontenac native Todd Hafner has been named the new head coach of the Carl Junction High School football program, the school district announced Thursday. He returns to Carl Junction where he … more
Vikings eager to pick up first home win
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The Northeast boys basketball team is looking to pick up its first win at home against Three Rivers League Opponent Pleasanton (1-3) on Tuesday night.  The Vikings (1-3) will look to pick up where they left off before winter break when they beat Bronaugh (Mo.) on the road 85-55 on Dec. 14.   more
The Northeast girls basketball team is set to play its first home basketball game against Three Rivers League opponent Pleasanton (3-0) on Tuesday night.  more
Torrance named volleyball player of year
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St. Mary’s Colgan senior Lauren Torrance has been chosen volleyball player of the year  by the Morning Sun sports department. more
Girard basketball player Emmaline Senecaut and Pittsburg wrestler JJ White have been named the Morning Sun’s athletes of the week for the week ending Dec. 16. Emmaline Senecaut … more
St. Mary’s Colgan junior Lily Brown has been named the girls cross country athlete of the year by The Morning Sun sports staff.   Selections were made from the six high schools in … more
Girard senior Tanner Ulbrich has been named the Morning Sun’s boys cross country athlete of the year. Players of the year are selected from the six high schools in Crawford County by the … more
St. Mary’s Colgan senior Ali Scripsick has been named the Morning Sun’s girls golfer of the year. Selections are made from the six high schools in Crawford County. “Ali has … more
This one stings. Pittsburg State made 10 of its first 16 shots and jumped out to a 24-7 lead after 8 1/2 minutes. But from there, the Gorillas struggled on offense, and Central Missouri's Jack Chapman scored on a putback with one second remaining to lift the Mules to a 64-62 victory Saturday night at John Lance Arena. more
Central Missouri's Brooke Littrell was virtually unstoppable. Appropriately, her four free throws in the final 15 seconds clinched No. 7 Central Missouri's 82-75 victory over Pittsburg State on Saturday night on Whetzel Court inside John Lance Arena. more
Independence girls top Pittsburg
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INDEPENDENCE, Kan. — The Independence girls leaned on an efficient offense and aggressive defense to lead them to a 49-28 win over Pittsburg on Friday night at Independence High School. more
Pittsburg spoils Ewing's 1,000th-point night
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INDEPENDENCE, Kan. — The Pittsburg boys had the opportunity to play spoiler on Friday night. more
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It all started at an early age on a small farm in Southeast Kansas. Tagging along with his father to go quail and deer hunting, Girard alumnus Derrick Mein developed a love for the outdoors. … more
FRONTENAC, Kan. — The Frontenac boys basketball team fell to Bonner Springs 84-70 as the Raiders struggled to contain senior guard Cameron Doss who led the Braves with 23 points on Tuesday night in the FHS gymnasium. more
Balanced scoring leads Rams past Colgan
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Riverton's balanced scoring attack sparked the Rams past St. Mary's Colgan 53-42 Tuesday night in a CNC League boys basketball game at the SMC Fieldhouse. more
Frontenac girls rally past Bonner Springs
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FRONTENAC, Kan. — The Frontenac girls basketball team stormed back from down 14 points in the third quarter to beat the Bonner Springs Braves 59-57 led by senior forward Hattie Pyle’s 23 points on Tuesday night in the FHS gymnasium. more
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