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A bad case of fumble-itis can infect the best of teams, and as it played out for the Hiawatha Middle School football team on Thursday night, it can also bring a good run of momentum to a dead stop. The Red Hawks visited Holton last week and a five fumble day tripped up Hiawatha to the tune o…

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After a big opening game win followed by a loss last week, the Hiawatha Middle School football squad got off to the just the start they needed on Thursday, as the team capitalized on an early Perry Lecompton mistake to jump out to an early lead that they would never relinquish on their way t…

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Hiawatha Middle School’s volleyball teams competed on the road in the last three contests and are scheduled to be at home this week on Thursday.

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After missing last week’s game due to illness concerns, it has been an uneven start to the year for the Hiawatha Middle School football team, as they blew out their first opponent, then had to wait for two weeks to get back on the field.

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The Doniphan West Junior High volleyball team has had a successful start to their season. The A team currently has a record of 6-1 and the B team’s current record is 2-0.

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Hiawatha Middle School head coach Curt Weldon described what took place on Thursday afternoon as a “total team victory,” as the HMS Red Hawks pounced on the Riverside Cyclones on their own field early and did not take their foot off the gas in a convincing 50-0 trouncing that started Hiawath…

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Friday marked the middle schools League Meet in Royal Valley, as the junior Red Hawks hit the track and field to take on the best around the Big 7.

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The Hiawatha Middle School track team hosted the Hiawatha Invitational on the 29th, and the Hiawatha team posted strong results on the day.

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Hiawatha Middle School boys basketball teams traveled to Holton last Thursday for games.

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Hiawatha Middle School boys basketball teams played at home last Thursday against Royal Valley and were on the road to Nemaha Central and Atchison early this week.

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Editor’s note: This op-ed was written by Karissa Niehoff, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations and Bill Faflick, Executive Director of the Kansas State High School Activities Association.

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Hiawatha Middle School teams have had a busy week — with two games at home and one on the road.

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Hiawatha Middle School boys basketball teams are in action after the Christmas break.

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Hiawatha Middle School girls teams played at Holton Thursday and at home Friday against Doniphan West and Monday against Sabetha.

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The Hiawatha Middle School girls basketball teams played at Perry Monday night.

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An early call took a potential Hiawatha touchdown off the board, and the Red Hawks could not finish a late rally as they saw their season come to a close on Thursday with a 16-12 loss to the Sabetha Bluejays.

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The Red Hawk middle school football team and Coach Curt Weldon knew the challenge that waited in this week’s opponent, as the always dangerous Holton squad came to town last Thursday.

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The Hiawatha Middle School football team traveled to Meriden last Thursday, taking a tough loss against the Jeff West Tigers. The Red Hawks could not overcome turnover issues in the early-going of the game, falling behind early and eventually succumbing to Tigers, 40-8.

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Hiawatha eighth-graders competed in the league volleyball tournament Saturday at Hiawatha High School. Hiawatha went 3-1 in pool play for the day and did not qualify for bracket play.

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As the season progresses for the Hiawatha Middle School cross country squad, the results continue to improve and become more and more impressive. Last Thursday, the Red Hawks took part in the Nemaha Central Invitational, and again continued to show their strength as a team.

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On the road at Perry Lecompton on Thursday evening, the Hiawatha Middle School football squad took what Coach Curt Weldon called a “tough loss” against the Kaws, falling 28-6 after the long trip.

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The Hiawatha Middle School Red Hawks were back on the gridiron last Thursday evening for their second home game of the season, hosting Nemaha Central.