GA Golf Professional Jeff Burey was in Garden City on Nov. 16 to do a presentation to physical education teachers in USD 457. The program is called SNAG (Starting New at Golf) and is a widely-acclaimed program of teaching (physical education) teachers, and coaches, how to teach kids the fundamentals of the game of golf. Burey is the chairman of the Golf in School Committee for the Midwest Section PGA.
From the hot, dog days of August when practices began, to the mid-September transformation into early fall, and then the chilled leaf-changing time of late October, fall sports at Garden City High School take on an air of excitement.
MONDAY - Nov. 26th NO EVENTS TUESDAY - Nov. 27th WRESTLING BROWN & WHITE SCRIMMAGE - 5:00PM WEDNESDAY - Nov. 28th WINTER SPORTS PHOTOS - 3:15PM THURSDAY - Nov. 29th Swimming at Salina-South - 1:30PM FRIDAY - Nov. 30th Varsity Wrestling at Pine Creek BASKETBALL AT HOME VS GUYMON - 4:00PM … Continue reading A Week at a Glance – Nov. 26th – Sponsored by Tyson Foods
Big City living in the Windy City. Earlier this month seven students had the opportunity to experience the Chi-Town. The Buffalo yearbook and Sugar Beet student publications adviser, Brian Nelson, took a group of juniors from Garden City High School to Chicago, Illinois. The students were hand selected by their teachers and editors. Oliver Nguyen, Kyle Doll, Emily Ortiz, Nathan Morren, Lane Durst, Anelle Garcia and Karime Loya-Enriquez made up the group of students who traveled to the Land of Lincoln. Selected students left Nov. 1, traveling by vehicle to Denver International Airport to board their afternoon flight to Chicago.
The month of November comes with the following: cold weather, hot drinks and most importantly, elections. Elections allow for the people of the city, county, state and nation to have their voice be heard. On Nov. 6, thousands of voters across the state cast their ballots in the midterm elections to have an input on the nation.
A national award has been presented to a Florence Wilson staff member. Florence Wilson Elementary School psychologist Jenna Rycek received a Life Changer of the Year Spotlight Award from the National Life Group. The recipient of this award was announced on Oct. 29 with a surprise award ceremony at Florence Wilson.
It was crunch time for the Buffs men’s soccer team when they took care of business after heading off to regionals in Topeka on Thursday, October 25th. With a record of 11-5, the Buffs were in good position in seeding for regionals and possibly a shot at state.
For much of his lengthy career in coaching boys and men’s basketball, Mark Potter had engineered nothing but success, from his early days of high school coaching at Wichita Kapaun-Mt. Carmel, Cheney and Wichita South, before resurrecting a long-dormant basketball program at Newman University in Wichita.
The cross country runs past competition at regionals and state. Five runners qualified for the Kansas state cross country meet last Saturday.
Lady Buffs dig their way through the sub-state competition for a chance to compete at the state level. On Oct. 20 the volleyball team competed in the sub-state competition and beat both of their competitors. They first faced Derby and after beating them they went against the Topeka High team.