The Chase County Longhorns keep playing teams close but just can’t seem to pull all four quarters of a game together.
Four of Chase County’s high school bowlers competing at districts Saturday placed in the top 10, helping the team to a runner-up finish.
Chase County’s Longhorn jayvees picked up a 53-34 win at home Friday against Bridgeport but dropped a pair on the road at Haxtun and Hershey.
With just two games left on the 2016-17 basketball schedule (as of Monday), the JV girls remain unbeaten.
Seven youths will be moving on to the next level of competition after winning their age divisions aT Sunday’s free throw shooting contest sponsored by the Imperial Knights of Columbus.