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When a Kansas City radio station released in late April audio footage of Chiefs All Pro Tyreek Hill and his then-fiancée Crystal Espinal discussing the child-abuse investigation regarding their three-year-old son’s broken arm, and Hill clearly threat…

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No one needs me to tell the Bears that with no more than solid placekicking, they would have been 14-2 and the NFC’s No. 1 seed in the playoffs, or that even at 12-4 and the No. 3 seed, if Cody Parkey hits a 43-yard field goal, they would have advanc…

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CHICAGO – The biggest question facing both sides of the NFL’s oldest and best rivalry slated to kick off the league’s 100th season at Soldier Field on the first Thursday night in September is who is the better safety: Adrian Amos or Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix…

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What does it say that in an unusual NFL offseason in which not one but two defensive linemen who will be at least mentioned in eventual Hall of Fame conversations, Ndamukong Suh and Gerald McCoy, were available in free agency and the Chicago Bears ne…

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When Mike Furrey said recently that every single one of his current receivers can have long careers in the NFL, perhaps it was hyperbole. Can we blame the Bears WR coach who entered last offseason with perhaps the league’s worst group, paced by Kenda…

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After a strong start to the season, the Hiawatha Braves hosted Silver Lake for their second round of doubleheaders on the American Legion season on Sunday afternoon, but Post 66 saw their momentum stopped abruptly by the visiting teams, as they suffered run rule losses in both games after a …

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Coach Nick Dowell hoped that increased numbers out for the Horton Charger track team would bode well for the team’s success this season, and that came to fruition as the team qualified six team members for the Class 2A State meet. The athletes who qualified at last week’s Regional took to Wi…

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Five members of the Hiawatha Red Hawk track squad competed at the 3A State meet in Wichita this weekend after a strong season in the Big 7, and qualifying for the meet based on their performances at last week’s Regional. All five competitors showed well at the meet, with three runners bringi…

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The Sabetha Country Club hosted last week’s KSHSAA Class 3A Regional golf meet, where one member of the Hiawatha Red Hawk golf team represented the school for one final time. Caden Lillie, last season’s State qualifier, took the course and competed for the final time in his high school career.

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Some say success breeds confidence and just examining how the season went its evident the Highland softball continued to become a more confident team with their success throughout the season leading to the best finish at the National tournament in school history, finishing in the Top six.

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Highland softball opens the NJCAA Division II National tournament on positive note grabbing 7-2 win over Kankakee.

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Behind a 3-0 weekend in Topeka, Kansas the No. 5 Highland softball team earned a trip to the NJCAA Division II National Tournament in Clinton, Mississippi by winning the Region VI District E Tournament title.

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The Highland softball rolled up two more KJCCC wins with a Scottie sweep on Wednesday winning 10-2 in six innings and 10-2 in five innings over Cloud County.

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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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The regular season has come to a close for the Hiawatha Post 66 Braves Legion baseball team, after the team took a tough doubleheader loss to Sabetha on Friday night, then saw a pair at Leavenworth cancelled. Hiawatha fell 18-1 and 23-1 against their Northeast Kansas League foes, as both pre…

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Hiawatha’s Junior Legion squad opened play in their regional A Zone tournament in Marysville on Saturday, as the team entered with the 3rd overall seed and played three games in two days to finish the year.

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When a Kansas City radio station released in late April audio footage of Chiefs All Pro Tyreek Hill and his then-fiancée Crystal Espinal discussing the child-abuse investigation regarding their three-year-old son’s broken arm, and Hill clearly threat…

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No one needs me to tell the Bears that with no more than solid placekicking, they would have been 14-2 and the NFC’s No. 1 seed in the playoffs, or that even at 12-4 and the No. 3 seed, if Cody Parkey hits a 43-yard field goal, they would have advanc…

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CHICAGO – The biggest question facing both sides of the NFL’s oldest and best rivalry slated to kick off the league’s 100th season at Soldier Field on the first Thursday night in September is who is the better safety: Adrian Amos or Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix…

  • Updated
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What does it say that in an unusual NFL offseason in which not one but two defensive linemen who will be at least mentioned in eventual Hall of Fame conversations, Ndamukong Suh and Gerald McCoy, were available in free agency and the Chicago Bears ne…

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When Mike Furrey said recently that every single one of his current receivers can have long careers in the NFL, perhaps it was hyperbole. Can we blame the Bears WR coach who entered last offseason with perhaps the league’s worst group, paced by Kenda…