Sports

Morgan Peterson will be one of three age 13-14 girls competing this Saturday at Coors Field in the Pitch, Hit and Run team championships. (Johnson Publications photo)

Morgan Peterson qualifies for Pitch, Hit, Run team championship at Coors Field

    Morgan Peterson, an eighth grader at Chase County Schools, has qualified for the Colorado Rockies Pitch, Hit and Run team championship at Coors Field in Denver.

Courtney Odens makes contact at the plate, recording one of the team’s singles in Imperial’s opening game win against Hershey on the home field Monday. (Johnson Publications photo)

With a close eye on the play, umpire Carlos Chavez will call Jordan Jablonski safe as the ball gets by the Hershey catcher and the pitcher waits for the throw in the opener of two games against Hershey Monday nigh(Johnson Publications photo)
 

Junior softball team opens season with 3-1 record

    After a pair of double-headers, Imperial’s junior girls’ softball team is 3-1 on the season.

The Enders Lake Golf Course team, from left, of Doug Carman, Matt Klima, Rogan Einspahr and Troy Space won the championship flight of the Chase County Hospital Foundation’s 10th annual Slice Fore Life benefit golf tournament held at Enders Saturday. (Courtesy photo)

Enders Lake Golf Course team wins 10th annual Slice Fore Life golf benefit

    Enders Lake Golf Course fielded the winning team at the 10th Annual Chase County Hospital Foundation Slice Fore Life Golf Benefit.

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