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A Century of Eagle Nation

“SCHOOL SPIRIT MUST COME FROM THE HEART”
– Coach Dan Supulski

There’s actually more to that quote by former Eads Coach Dan Supulski who was the first wrestling coach at Eads High School in 1957 and who also coached Baseball.  The rest of it goes “…..It is not a uniform or the waving of flags; it is pride in self and in your school.”

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"Wreck the Wolverines" Homecoming theme in Kit Carson

At the football game Josie Hornung was crowned Homecoming Queen and Chris Bryan was crowned King.

Last week was a busy week at Kit Carson School as it was Homecoming week with the quite accurate theme being, “Wreck the Wolverines.”  When the active and enjoyable week had wound down the Wolverines had duly been wrecked, Kit Carson crowned a new King and Queen, and the volleyball and football teams added another notch in the win column on the season.

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Eads Golfers Continue to Improve as they Prepare for Regionals

EHS Golf Team

Over the busy Kiowa County Fair & Rodeo weekend the Eads High School Golf team traveled to two tournaments including a good Lamar Invitational Golf Tournament at Spreading Antlers Golf Course on Thursday, and then over to La Junta for the annual Stableford Invitational Golf Tournament on Friday.   In Lamar there were only seven teams and the Eagles finished last.   The Friday tournament had 11 teams in the field, including the young Eads varsity group consisting of Brigden Parker, Zach Haase, Joe Haase, and Brandon Lening.  Eads finished as a team in 8th place overall taking scores from Parker and the Haase brothers.  

Eads Golfer - Brigden Parker

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Eads Football Struggles Against Genoa-Hugo Speedsters

Damian Hernandez

The young Eagles are now 0-2 under the tutelage of head coach Trey Eder who is in his second year at the helm of the Eagle program.  The team lacks greatly in experience, and after Friday’s game, the speed and endurance needed for the 6-Man football game in Colorado will have to be developed as the season progresses.  Putting freshmen up against the upperclassmen is proving a difficult learning curve for Eads.  On Friday in Eads, with a huge Kiowa County Fair & Rodeo and Five-Year Alumni Reunion crowd on hand, the Eagles were defeated by Genoa-Hugo, 64-21.

Damian Hernandez stiff arming the defense

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Eads Volleyball Splits in Opening Weekend

Mariah Smith and Allison Spady

Head Coach Chelsea Davis was quietly optimistic about the Eads Girls Volleyball team as they traveled to Springfield winning a 3-1 opening match on Thursday; a season-opening win that hasn’t happened against Springfield for a few years.  However, in their home opener on Friday against Otis, the Eads girls made too many mistakes and lost 3-0 to a very experienced Otis team with deep volleyball roots.  Overall, the 1-1 Lady Eagles, made a good start in their 2017 campaign.

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