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McClave Girls Eye A State Tournament That Was Taken From Them In 2020

The McClave Lady Cardinals surprised a lot of people last year as they took an average 16-7 season record to the coveted state tournament.  However, despite losing in the first and only round of th...

By Betsy Barnett

2021-01-29 22:59:18

2021 County Line Wrestling Preview

| John Contreras | Sports
The County Line wrestling team made of wrestlers from Wiley, Eads, and McClave hits the mats under new head coach Draven Adame. var loadAsyncDeferredFacebook = function() { (function...

Fleming beats Granada, 52-46, in 6-man state semifinals; Wildcats to defend s...

| John Contreras | Sports
The season ended on a heartbreaking note for the young Granada Bobcats football team. In a rematch with the defending state champion and No. 1 seed Fleming Wildcats, the No. 4 seed Bobcats fell sh...

Eads Girls Program Returns 3 Starters From Last Year’s Regional Team

| Betsy Barnett | Sports
The Eads girls’ head coach Trey Eder is starting his 12th season at the helm for the Lady Eagles and through those years the Eads girls’ basketball program has enjoyed great success.  The program s...

CHEYENNE WELLS RUNS OUT OF LUCK IN STATE SEMIFINALS

| Betsy Barnett | Sports
The tough and aggressive Cheyenne Wells Tigers were undefeated going into the post-season and riding a #3 seed into the state playoffs.  They defeated Prairie in the state quarterfinals and advance...

Granada Boys Basketball Preview

| John Contreras | Sports
The Granada boys basketball team looks to rebound from a 6-17 record a season ago. The Bobcats finished with a 1-4 record in the Class 1A District 2 standings. var loadAsyncDeferredFaceboo...

No. 4 Granada Blows Out Sierra Grande, 81-33

| John Contreras | Sports
After having their Southeast League game with Walsh cancelled, the No. 4 state-ranked Granada Bobcats were able to pick up a non-league game with Sierra Grande that was played on Nov. 7 at Manuel G...

Granada Girls Basketball Preview

| John Contreras | Sports
The Granada girls’ basketball program will see a coaching change heading into the 2021 season. Tanner Grasmick, a former student-athlete and 2014 Granada High School graduate, takes over the helm ...

Wheels Fall Off for the Eagles with Injuries and Quarantines

| Betsy Barnett | Sports
In such times of uncertainty, the Eads Eagles had considered themselves lucky to have maintained their health throughout this 2020 shortened football season.  The players had not been injured and t...

2021 Holly Boys Basketball

| John Contreras | Sports
There will be a changing of the guard as the Holly boys basketball program heads into the 2021 season under new head coach Jace Cathcart. var loadAsyncDeferredFacebook = function() { ...

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