Baseball Falls to TMP Monarchs

The boys baseball team traveled to Hays last Friday to take on TMP. They have not had the best season so far but they’re looking to turn it around. The conditions were not ideal but both teams fought it out. Garden City held leads in both games but had trouble limiting damage against TMP, falling 14-4 and 14-8 to the Monarchs. The games took nearly five and a half hours to complete thanks to a delay of about an hour when all the lights went out on the left side of the field in the sixth.

Track Takes the Turf at K.T. Woodman

The track team took off while they competed in Wichita Kansas on April 12th and 13th. Sophomore Lane Durst places three gold medals and fifth place. He ran the 4 by 100, 300 hurdles, long jump and triple jump.

Perfect Attendees up for a perfect prize

May 24 marks the day you will possibly win a free, 2017 truck. A scam someone may think. Too good to be true. That is, if you have had a nine week quarter free of absences, how easy is that? Too easy.

Regional Solo and Ensemble

Over 100 choir, band and orchestra students travelled to Dodge City last Saturday to compete in the regional solo and ensemble contest. Students and teachers are both proud of what they’ve accomplished in the past four to five months. 

Softball Swings Into Season

The girls softball team swings into their season at a later date to be determined. Their first game of the season was previously scheduled for April 3rd but has recently been postponed due to inclement weather.

Run, Jump, Throw

Emily Ortiz Sugar Beet staff reporter Running, jumping and throwing their way to the state track meet is the goal of many Buffaloes. And the high school track team was off to a good start as they took first place in Ulysses, Kansas at their high school track meet. “Our season is looking really good.” … Continue reading Run, Jump, Throw

Buffs Shoot For Par

Boys golf is really getting into the swing of things, placing top three in both tournaments played last week. The buffalo golf team played on home turf Saturday, March 31st, at Buffalo Dunes Golf Course. The team placed second out of five other schools shooting 349, only 28 strokes behind Hays. The second tournament played was held at Auburn Hills Golf Course for the Bishop Carroll invitational. The golfers did very well placing third out of 14 other teams and shooting about the same as the Garden City invitational with a total of 338. The weather was definitely a factor for the golfers in both tournaments, ranging down into the 40s with lots of wind.