On the girls side of the hardcourt, 5-11 sophomore Keyhana Turner was tabbed to the first team all-WAC while senior Elyssa Salazar was chosen to the second team. The Lady Buffs finished the season as the 6A sub-state runner-up to Liberal with a 12-10 record. The Buffs went 3-5 in the WAC, sweeping Great Bend and splitting with Dodge City while falling twice each to Liberal and Hays.
The Buffs, who just concluded the fifth-most successful season, record-wise, in school history with a 17-5 record, had two players – senior Kyler Lamb and junior Carlos Acosta – chosen to the all-WAC first team of five players from the five participating league schools.
Kayla Nguyen Sugar Beet staff reporter The girls swim team will be diving into a new season opening up with their first practice on Feb. 25.
Kayla Nguyen Sugar Beet staff reporter The buffs softball team is coming back in full swing. The girls are returning determined to redeem themselves from last year. Ending their 2018 season with a 15-6 record and early exit from the state playoffs. They are working vigorously to make improvements for a successful season.
Kyle Doll Sugar Beet staff reporter The tennis team gets back into the swing of things after finishing first in the Western Athletic Conference and eighth at state.
Kyle Doll Sugar Beet staff reporter The track team gets ready to run past their competition once again after both boys and girls teams took second in the Western Athletic Conference last year.
Brody Hoff Sugar Beet staff reporter It is 1934 and someone needs to pick up a new ring or necklace in Garden City, one place they might go would be Regan Jewelers. It is a family owned jewelry business that has been in operation for over 85 years on Main Street. Tim Regan picked the job up when his father retired in 1975 and he has managed the store since then.
Cassidy Knoll Sugar beet staff reporter The robotics team has been working on many different things throughout the year. After school they are currently designing the body for a mini sumo robot using a CAD program and 3D printing parts.
Tyler Morren Sugar Beet Staff Reporter “Safari cannot open the page.” This annoying phrase pops up on Internet browsers all over Garden City High School. Students have shown their frustrations and concerns with the Internet browsing restrictions that are put on the computers at the high school.
Jordan Koerperich Sugar Beet staff reporter Many people will be freezin’ for a reason with the annual Polar Plunge upcoming. This event will showcase participants jumping in freezing water appropriately named the polar plunge, the polar strut which is a one mile and 5K outdoor fun run, a polar party, and a costume contest with the theme “All Characters Welcome.”