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CC Ends Season at State

     The 2016 Southern Cloud Cross Country season came to a conclusion, Saturday, October 29, when the Lady Warrior portion of the team ran at the 1A State Meet, at the Wamego Country Club, after their qualification for the event the previous Saturday at Regionals.      The day was long and not especially pleasant for the girls, with uncharacteristic heat showing up in late October, replacing the usual fall coolness that distance runners find ideal for their ultimate competition at State. The heat, along with the Wamego course’s extreme challenges, had runners throughout the . . .

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Tournament Ends JH VB Season

The 2016 season of Junior High Warrior Volleyball came to a close on Monday in what can be described as disappointing circumstances. The Warriors had seen ups and downs throughout the season and the PTL Tournament in Miltonvale told the same tale. The ladies showed great improvement over the season and tried their best to play volleyball in the correct way as a team game with good movement and hard work, but the stars did not align for them. The day started with the St. Johns Blujays and in the first set the Warriors were up to the challenge of the day and played really well dropping the first set narrowly. Some of the best . . .

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All League CC Honors

Earned by two Lady Warriors

     The stakes at the Northern Plains League Cross Country Meet were raised this year, with the medal-placing needed, to qualify as an NPL All-League honoree in the sport, going from the top 15 places from the past few years, to 10 medalists this season.      That didn't deter two members of the Southern Cloud Girls' Team from their mission to earn 2016 accolades, when the NPL Meet was held at the course north of Downs, in conjunction with the Lakeside Invitational, Thursday, October 13. All-League CC Runners   Jocelyn . . .

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Young Warriors Bow Out Against Leopards

The Southern Cloud Junior High Football team made the trek to Lincoln for the season finale.  Nine Warriors suited up against the Leopards on a mild fall evening.  Southern Cloud netted zero yards on its first three plays.  Pressure from the Leopards forced punter Morgan Coleman to make a dash towards the first down marker.  Coleman came up two yards short, turning the ball over to Lincoln at the 33-yardline of Southern Cloud.  Two carries by Tyler Good yielded a touchdown for the home team.  Good then carried around right end for the two-point conversion.  The Warriors did themselves a . . .

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