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WARRIORS FINISH UP NPL TOURNEY WEEK

     The Southern Cloud Warriors came out of the four games and nine days of the Northern Plains League Basketball Tournament with two wins and two losses.        After winning their play-in game vs. Natoma, from Fri., Jan. 12, SC then headed into the 8-team field of bracket play, where on Mon., Jan. 15, they were trounced in a quarterfinal, 54-22, by #2 seed, Rock Hills.  No Warrior reached double-figure scoring, where Joe Cool led with 7 points. Blake Gumm and Ryan Paillet each tallied 5 points. Zach Paillet had 3 and Lane Martin 2.   . . .

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JH Warrior Boys Struggle in Warrior Invitational

The Southern Cloud Warriors B-Team had a hard time scoring in the 1st game of the Warrior B-Team Tournament on Saturday morning.  They played the Rock Hills Grizzlies and lost in a low scoring game, 16 – 5.  The only Warrior points came by way of Levi Cool who scored 3 points and Bryson Schmidt who scored 2 points.  Rock Hills was lead by Grant Myers with 9 points.    In the 2nd game the Warriors lost a heartbreaker to the Lakeside Knights 27 – 25.  The Warriors Levi Cool got a shot off to tie the game and send it into overtime but it clanked off the rim.  The . . .

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Senator Moran Visits MHS

SENATOR VISITS MILTONVALE HIGH SCHOOL US Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan) visited with students and staff at Miltonvale High School on Friday, November 17.  Seniors Jacey Fowler, Bailey Kennedy and Sienna Gray led Senator Moran on a tour of their high school.  He visited with all teachers and students that were present.  “I was a little nervous, so I just stood in the back and smiled for a while.  He educated us on his life and told us stories about when he was in high school.  What Sienna, Bailey and I experienced was a once in a lifetime thing.  I learned a lot . . .

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MUSIC IN OUR SCHOOLS

A big thank you to the more experienced band students who faithfully came to the home football games and played the National Anthem.  This made extra duties for the cheerleaders, but we couldn’t do without you.  And especially to the High school students who climbed into the crow’s nest to perform that stormy night.  You are great! Besides the football pep band, several students performed at Glasco Fun Day. This is an unique situation with the beginning students being mentored by the experienced players.  Be proud of our students—many showed up to take part in the band portion of . . .

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