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Two days after one of the program’s biggest wins in recent history, Missouri tennis lost 4-0 to Ole Miss on Monday in a match that was previously postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.

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Dylan Brooks is a four-star defensive end/outside linebacker prospect out of Handley High School ranked No. 76 overall in the 2021 class. His addition to 18 other newcomers moves the Tigers' class up to 20th in the national rankings.

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Jaden Shackelford led Alabama (18-5, 13-1 SEC) with a season-high 27 points and Jahvon Quinerly added 15. The Crimson Tide had 57 bench points as Shackelford and Quinerly both stepped aside to let seniors start.

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Errors doomed Missouri against Iowa State as it was unable to overcome six unearned runs, losing 9-8 in the first game of the day. The Tigers rebounded against Ole Miss, winning in the second game of the day 6-2.

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It has been a busy week of basketball for the Horton Chargers, as the boys team packed in four games over the past seven days, while the girls played a trio of games of their own. The Chargers did not have to travel far, as they hosted all seven games, but the teams struggled to find much su…

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The Hiawatha Red Hawks took the floor at the Round House for the final time in the 2021 season on Tuesday night, hosting the Sabetha Bluejays. The Red Hawks could not find the wins they wanted to close out the regular season, as the boys fell 61-43 and the girls took the 45-33 loss.

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The Hiawatha Red Hawks played a pair of games on Friday and Saturday, hosting the Perry Lecompton Kaws, then traveling to Royal Valley over the weekend. The Lady Red Hawks split their games, knocking off Perry and falling to Royal Valley, while the boys were unable to pick up a win against e…

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The Hiawatha Lady Red Hawks traveled to Sabetha on Thursday for a make up game against the Bluejays, and the Hawks fought hard but could never find their footing, falling behind early and picking up the 54-27 loss.

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The Highland Community College men's basketball team is off to a strong start (4-1) to the 2021 season. The Scotties slip one spot in the latest NJCAA Division II rankings. They opened their season at #10 in the polls, climbed five spots to #5 in the second week and after a tough battle vers…

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The No. 9 Highland Volleyball team extended their winning streak to seven games today after sweeping Cowley County Community College (25-20, 25-22, 25-23).

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After a short but successful 2020 season, the Highland softball team opens the 2021 season ranked #6 in the nation. The Scotties are hoping to keep the success momentum rolling from their last full season (2019) where they went 35-12, finished top six in the NJCAA Division II National Tourna…

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Highland volleyball continues its sweeping streak after their victory over the Cloud County T-Birds last night. The Scotties to move 4-1 on the year and 3-1 in KJCCC play.

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Hiawatha Middle School teams are still picking up wins on the court as they approach mid-season.

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What a weird, wild game that was. The Chiefs looked pretty good in the first half of Sunday’s Divisional Round playoff game against the Cleveland Browns, but had to hold on for dear life in second half, as Patrick Mahomes was forced from the game with 8 minutes left in the third quarter. The…

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The turning of the Hiawatha maples was the perfect time for Hiawatha Parks & Recreation to turn over a few new leaves of their own.

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Two days after one of the program’s biggest wins in recent history, Missouri tennis lost 4-0 to Ole Miss on Monday in a match that was previously postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.

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Dylan Brooks is a four-star defensive end/outside linebacker prospect out of Handley High School ranked No. 76 overall in the 2021 class. His addition to 18 other newcomers moves the Tigers' class up to 20th in the national rankings.

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Jaden Shackelford led Alabama (18-5, 13-1 SEC) with a season-high 27 points and Jahvon Quinerly added 15. The Crimson Tide had 57 bench points as Shackelford and Quinerly both stepped aside to let seniors start.

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Errors doomed Missouri against Iowa State as it was unable to overcome six unearned runs, losing 9-8 in the first game of the day. The Tigers rebounded against Ole Miss, winning in the second game of the day 6-2.