Sports

The Longhorn girls’ cross country team captured their third consecutive Cambridge Invitational title Friday. Team members include, front from left, Maddi Brown, Brooke Schilke, Macy Coleman, Brooklyn Christensen, back, Riley Owens, Hannah Meeske, Kambree Meeske, Lindsey Mendenhall, Caelyn Long and Matalie Wallin. (Johnson Publications photos by Jonathan Beverly)

Maddi Brown led the Longhorns at Cambridge with a second place finish.

XC girls capture three-peat at Cambridge meet

    Chase County’s girls cross country captured a three-peat Friday, winning the Cambridge meet for the third consecutive year.

Alexis Richmond makes a great save in the Haxtun, Colorado match last Thursday, picking up one of the five digs she was credited with in the Chase County varsity win. (Johnson Publications photo)

Madison Schuller (20) sends the ball across in action at Haxtun last week as a Lady Bulldog defender goes up to block. (Johnson Publications photo)

Volleyball varsity stands 3-1 after opening week’s action

    Coach Jodie Schuller liked what she saw in her varsity volleyball team as it opened its 2018-19 season last week.

The top 5K and mile runners in the 40th annual fair run were, from left, Darrin Schultz, Ali McNair, Tucker Mollendor and Michelle May. (Johnson Publications photo)

Race Co-Director Jonathan Beverly races for the line as the third place finisher in the 5K, closely followed by his nephew Logan Kruger, who was fourth. (Johnson Publications photo)

Brextin Moreno, above, and Adi Hauxwell, below, were the first place boy and girl runners in the kids’ half-mile. (Johnson Publications photos)

Fair run continues long history of competition

Chase County Fair’s annual run on Saturday morning has now entered another decade of existence.

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