With a backup quarterback and down 6 points going into the second half of last week’s game vs. Liberal, the Garden City Buffaloes put up 20-consecutive points to win 26-12. After back-to-back wins, the Buffs have improved to 2-3 after an 0-3 start -- even more important, the Buffs are 2-0 in the WAC. But … Continue reading Buffs set to take on undefeated Northwest
On a night that honored Garden City High School's senior volleyball players as well as bringing awareness to breast cancer research through Play Pink Night, the Lady Buffaloes found time to sweep past Ulysses and Dodge City in a triangular at The Garden. The Lady Buffaloes, ranked No. 5 in Class 6A by the Kansas Volleyball Coaches Association this week, easily dispatched Ulysses in straight sets by scores of 25-7, 25-14. They then topped Dodge City, again in straight sets, 25-18, 25-17.
BUFFS ROUNDUP: Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019 GIRLS GOLF If there were two sure things this fall in Western Athletic Conference girls golf, it was that the Garden City High School Lady Buffaloes team would take first place while GCHS senior Alyssa McMillen was going to claim each individual title of the five league tournaments. Those … Continue reading Lady Buffs golfers go unbeaten to win WAC team, individual crowns; boys soccer in scoreless tie with Liberal
The No. 2 singles player and No. 2 doubles team each went unbeaten with four victories on Monday in Great Bend to power the Garden City High School Lady Buffs tennis team to its sixth consecutive Western Athletic Conference championship. Sophomore Sage Riggs went 4-0, losing only eight games throughout the day to claim the No. 2 singles title while the No. 2 doubles team of Ashleigh Chappel and Brooke Ptacek also went unbeaten, to claim their division. The Buffs needed both of those as well as the runner-up finish of No. 1 doubles team of Hannah Kipp and Carole Galia, who went 3-1. No. 1 singles player Carson Linenberger posted a 2-2 mark to finish third. It was a razor-thin margin for coach Rod Robinson's crew as they totaled 13 points to runner-up Great Bend's 12.
It was a busy Friday-Saturday weekend for the GCHS Buffaloes athletic teams as the football team went to Liberal and posted a 26-12 WAC victory over the Redskins; the girls and boys cross country teams participated in the Doherty Spartan Invite at Colorado Springs, Colo., the girls volleyball team was the 6-team Lawrence Invitational and the girls tennis team competed at the McPherson Invitational.