Garden City High School's girls golf team played its second tournament of the season in just four days on Thursday, Sept. 3, placing second among seven teams at the Hugoton Invitational.
The 9-hole event was contested at the Forewinds Municipal Golf Course, with the Lady Buffs shooting a 4-player score of 208 to finish behind the Colby winning score of 193.
Even with a mostly new starting lineup and roster, the Garden City Lady Buffs volleyball team continued its mastery over its Western Athletic Conference opponents in a triangular home Senior Night celebration at The Garden on Thursday, Sept. 3.
After struggling to a 1-5 record to begin the season on the road against some top Class 5A opponents, the Lady Buffs welcomed the home court advantage with fans to first drop Great Bend in straight sets, 25-17, 25-20, and then holding off a valiant Liberal effort in three sets, winning the first set, 25-22, dropping the second set by the same score and then rallying from a 16-20 deficit to squeak out a 27-25 dramatic victory in the third and deciding set.
All along, Trey Nuzum has had his hopes and dreams of playing college athletics just like thousands of other high school prospects.
When you’re 6-foot-4-inches tall, and weigh in at 285 pounds, it is readily apparent that football might be the sport of choice. So it is with Nuzum, now a senior at Garden City High School, who also has been playing basketball and competing in track (discus, shot put) for the Buffaloes.