Buffs’ cross country teams battle course length, short turnaround at Ulysses Invite

First, they only had 5 days recovery time from their previous 5-kilometer race at Hays. Second, the layout at Tuesday's Ulysses Invitational turned out to be longer than the normal 5-ki layout, although nobody could tell coach Krista Linenberger the actual distance they ran.

Buffs’ soccer blanked by Demons in rivalry WAC match

The road to Dodge City for the Garden City Buffaloes boys soccer team didn't fare quite as well as the Friday road for the Buffs' football team as the Dodge City Red Demons blanked the Buffs, 2-0, Tuesday night at DC's Memorial Stadium.

Lady Buffs tennis take seconds in 4 divisions, team points at Campus Invitational

The Lady Buffs scored runner-up 3 points in all four divisions -- No. 1 and 2 singles, and No. 1 and 2 doubles, to score 12 points and place second to champion Andover's 14 points. Campus was third with 9 points, Goddard-Eisenhower fourth with 8 points and Dodge City in fifth with just 1 point.

Lady Buffs volleyball evens season record with 2-1 mark at Maize tourney

With an abbreviated tournament format this year, the Maize Invitational was divided into pool play and the Lady Buffs of Garden City came home with a solid 2-1 record.

That allowed coach Trista Bailey's squad to even their season record at 7-7 after a 1-5 start.

Lady Buffs tennis 3rd at Valley Center; Sage Riggs 1st in No. 1 singles

Sage Riggs continued her strong performance of the 2020 high school girls tennis season by claiming first-place Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Valley Center Invitational.

Riggs, a junior, won all three of her matches to capture the No. 1 singles title that helped the Lady Buffs to a third-place team finish with 12 points in what head coach Logan Bevis said was the toughest competition the team had faced thus far this season.

Buffs use big plays to bring Hatchet back to GC, dump Demons 14-8

In the long history of the Dodge City-Garden City rivalry, which dates back to 1903, and more recently The Hatchet Game, dating back to 1938, it seems like big plays play a big role in the outcome of this storied matchup between the two Western Athletic Conference schools.

Friday night was no different as the Buffaloes survived a late rally by the Red Demons to escape with a 14-8 triumph at DC's Memorial Stadium to bring the Hatchet back to Garden City after a two-year residency in the Boot Hill town.

Lady Buffs’ volleyball goes 2-1 at Ulysses quad; WAC streak ends

Garden City High School's girls volleyball went 2-1 on Thursday at the Ulysses Quadrangular, beating non-league opponents Pratt and Ulysses, but coming up short in a 3-set heartbreaker loss to Western Athletic Conference foe Hays High.

The Lady Buffs, seeing their record now at 5-6, defeated Pratt 25-21, 25-21 and then toppled host Ulysses 25-18, 25-22. In their final match of the night, the Lady Buffs opened the first set against Hays with a 25-14 win only to see the Lady Indians rally with set wins of 20-25 and 28-30 to drop the Buffs.

Buffs’ boys soccer storms past TMP on Senior Night

It was the home opener and also Senior Night for the Garden City Buffaloes' boys soccer team on Tuesday, Sept. 15, when they played host to the TMP-Hays Monarchs at Buffalo Stadium.

The Buffaloes, under first-year head coach Jose Vital, made it a memorable night as they rolled to a 10-0 "mercy rule" victory over the visitors in a game halted in the 52nd minute with that 10-goal advantage.

Lady Buffs’ golfers struggle at Liberal

Garden City High School's girls golf team played in its third tournament this season on Monday, Sept. 14, at Willow Tree Golf Course in Liberal.

The Western Athletic Conference tournament saw the Lady Buffs struggle to their lowest finish of the season, placing fourth of the five league schools.