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Tue
17
Oct
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Lady Buffs split with Minneapolis

The Republic County Lady Buffaloes were home on Tuesday, October 10, with a league match-up with Minneapolis.

The varsity and JV each won one match and lost one match, and the C Team won both of their matches.

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Tue
17
Oct
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Saluting Republic County JR High Fall Sports teams

Football:

Front Row (L to R): Hunter Lamore, Jonathan Dyke, Jude Lapo, Malcolm Kitchen, Brice Sasser, AJ Polansky, Chase Hoge Second Row: Trey Melton, Garrett Siemsen, Maddix Siemsen, Hudson Brzon, Gentry Thomas, Kreighton Klima, Kirby Thomas, Hyden Callaway, Joshua Shelly, Cole Bowers Third Row: Brody Boyer, Gunnar Sheetz, Brydon Sanders, Joshua Martin, Kade Cyr, Carter White, Brandon Allen, Collin Dahl, Trevor Lewellyn, Sam Thumann, Colin Freeman Fourth Row: Coach Carroll Couture, Tate Callaway, Connor Svoboda, Austin Barton, Andrew Hubert, Blake Aurand, Caleb Bates, Braden Alexander, Brecken Isaacson, Nevan Benyshek, Coach Clay Mettlen

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Tue
10
Oct
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Lady Panthers close in on .500 mark last week

By Fred Arnold

The Pike Valley High School volleyball team inched closer to the 500 record last week after competing at Rock Hills and at Downs.

Last Saturday the Lady Panthers suffered three losses at the Rock Hills Tournament at Mankato. Pike Valley fell in straight sets all day losing to : St. John's of Beloit 14-25 and 22-25; to Logan 20-25 and 21-25 and host Rock Hills 23-25 and 21-25.

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Tue
10
Oct
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Oh, sooo close

Russell rallies to beat Buffs by two in night/day game

By Fred Arnold

The 2017 Homecoming game for Republic County High school was a game of night and day. Literally.

The winless Buffs were set to play the role of spoiler last week on Friday hosting the 3-2 Russell Broncos. But the Friday night game was suspended after only two series due to lightning and severe weather in the area.

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Tue
03
Oct
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Panthers end game at halftime on 56 point explosion

By Fred Arnold Telescope sports

Brody Carlgren scored three touchdowns and Layne Peters added two on Friday as the Pike Valley High School football team extended their perfect streak to five games with a 5-0 win over Southern Cloud at Scandia. In the game, which was called at halftime, the Panthers went on a scoring explosion as Pike Valley opened a 32-0 first quarter lead and added another 24 points in the second period before the game was called.

The Panther offense exploded fast and frequently as five different Panthers scored during the game. "Offensively we executed better and I thought our line of scrimmage made a big improvement this week," Coach Don Melby said. "We also converted all of our PAT's and had no turnovers."

 

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Tue
03
Oct
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Jayhusker racing

#20 Richard Bergstrom, Belleville runs at Junction Motor Speedway, McCool Jct., Nebr., during the Jayhusker racing series Saturday Sept. 30. Frank Copenhaver of Republic was first in the MSL class, and Bergstrom was third. Racing in the Jr. Sprints was Kash Wenske, Byron

 

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Thu
28
Sep
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Republic County harriers medal three at home invite

By Fred Arnold

Three Republic County runners scored medals last week at the Buff Invitational at the Belleville Country Club.

In the boys' division Republic County placed fourth in the team standings with 82 points. St. John's of Beloit was the overall winner with 31 points, followed by Clay Center with 50 and Beloit with

67.

Jama Gleue was the top finisher for the boys, crossing the tape in sixth place with a time of 19:33.07. Benaiah Rundus also medaled for the Buffs with a 13th place finish and a mark of 20:00.75.

Other runners for Republic County and their times included: Max Filinger, 22nd, 21:13.68; Clint Callaway, 24th, 21:34.67; Kyler Havel, 25th, 22:03.39; Tristyn Garman, 36th, 23:11.70 and Zach Nabity, 24:06.30.

In the junior varsity division Asher Rundus was second with a time of 24:50.90 and Michael Snively was 10th at 29:44.74.

Thu
28
Sep
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Holy smoke!

Pike Valley is 4-0; breaks Osborne 16-game streak

By Fred Arnold

It was a game for the ages at Don Melby Field in Scandia last Friday night.

On one hand you had the 3-0 host Panthers who were one game shy of a state berth at the end of last season and a Division II powerhouse this year. On the other hand, there was Osborne. defending state champs in Division I and riding a 16-game win streak.

When the dust settled the Panthers had pulled off one of the biggest upsets in Kansas, dropping the visiting Bulldogs 30-28. Pike Valley came from behind after trailing for most of the game when Lane Peters hauled in a 14 yard touchdown pass from Davante Hammer to seal the win.

Following the game, Panther head coach Don Melby said the difference in the game came down to "intangibles" in the fourth quarter.

Thu
28
Sep
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Buffs JV 2nd at Minneapolis

The Lady Buffs JV squad finished second at a junior varsity tournament in Minneapolis September 23. Shown are: Front row: Sydney Lewellyn, Tobi Wilber, Taylor Gardner, Sadee Graves, Claire Jensik, Kansas Cole. Back Row: Kaitlyn Hoge, Alexus Skocny, Kalee Svoboda, Gracie Rhine, Anny Wheeler, Emily Jensik, Skylar Weatherhead, Taylor Cherney, Mariah Motto, and Emma Morris.

Thu
21
Sep
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Panthers continue gridiron mastery, improve to 3-0

Panther defenders Ben Jensen (left) and Kaizer Kussman (21) open a path for ball carrier Davante Hammer in action at Stockton Friday night.

--Photo courtesy Amanda Keilers

Lane Peters scored four touchdowns on Friday, three on the ground and one through the air, as the Pike Valley High School football team improved to 3-0 on the season with a 56-6 drubbing of Stockton on the road.

In the game called due to the 45-point rule Peters carried the ball 15 times for 107 yards and caught two passes for 56 yards.

The Panthers, ranked ninth in the state among all 8-man football teams and 105th nationally according to Max Preps, came out of the gate fast and never trailed. Pike Valley lead 14-0 after the first quarter and 20-0 at the intermission. The PVHS offense rolled in the second half outscoring Stockton 24-6 in the third quarter and 12-0 in the final period before the game was called.

Following the game Pike Valley Coach Don Melby said Stockton deserved a lot of credit.

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