Sports

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Senior Will Kuenne got out to a fast start in Thursday’s districts, running his first mile in 5:03. He finished sixth to advance to the state meet. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Senior Kaley Hauxwell gets some encouragement from her dad, Troy, as she makes her way around the course. She overcame a hamstring injury to become a four-time individual qualifier for the state meet. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Sophomore Madison Brown qualified for the state meet in her first year running cross country. (Johnson Publications photo)

For seniors Will Kuenne and Kaley Hauxwell, four years of dedicated training will culminate when they compete in their final state cross country meet Friday. For sophomore Maddi Brown, she will be making a trip to the state meet in her first year of ru

    For seniors Will Kuenne and Kaley Hauxwell, four years of dedicated training will culminate when they compete in their final state cross country meet Friday.

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Evan Fisher (23) scored on runs of 28 yards and 56 yards. Kadin Vrbas (32), who’s leading the way for Fisher here, returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown. (Courtesy photo by Minden Courier)

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The Longhorn defense dominated the Minden Whippets Friday, allowing just 168 yards in the 56-13 win. (Courtesy photo by Minden Courier)

Minden no match in Longhorns’ 56-13 win

    The one-win Minden Whippets proved to be no match for the Chase County Longhorns who rolled to a 56-13 win in action there Friday night.

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Despite a facemask penalty, Caleb Weiss (18) broke the tackle enroute to a 28 yd. touchdown run. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Brandon Space pulls in this over-the-shoulder pass from 28 yds. out for the Longhorns first touchdown of the night. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns go to 4-3 with 42-13 win over Mitchell

    Mitchell showed they had the ability to score with 37 points against Kearney Catholic the week before coming to Imperial.

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Ragan Nickless hammers the ball across the net against Perkins County last week. Nickless finished the night with 17 kills. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Allison Owings slides a spike between a pair of Perkins County blockers in action at Grant Thursday, Oct. 5. The Longhorns won the match in three straight. (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorns get wins over Southwest, Perkins County; fall to St. Pat’s

    Jodie Schuller’s Longhorn volleyball team improved to 12-10 last week with wins over Southwest and Perkins County while falling to St. Pat’s.

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The Longhorn boys stick together early in last week’s SPVA meet. They include, from left, Mason Nordhausen, Landis Beverly, Kalen Wallin Franciso Barrientos and Trevin Martin. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Lindsey Mendenhall, left, and Brooklyn Christensen stay together after the one-mile mark in the SPVA meet. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Maddi Brown led the Longhorns at the SPVA meet with a sixth-place finish.  (Johnson Publications photo)

Longhorn cross country teams third in SPVA

    Chase County’s cross country teams each finished third in the SPVA meet held at Grant’s Pheasant Run Golf Course Thursday, Oct. 5.

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