Soccer bounces back to beat Great Bend and Wichita North

October 23, 2014 • David Chacon  
Filed under Sports, Sports Center

It is always a good day to be a Buffalo, but some days are just tougher than others. On Tuesday, October 7, the soccer team faced the Liberal Redskins at home. Seeking revenge, the team started the game with full force. The Buffs had the majority of the possession of the ball during the first half, but... Read more »

Royals continue with postseason miracle

Royals continue with postseason miracle

October 23, 2014 • Hannah Leiker  
Filed under Sports, Sports Center

Lets go Royals, Lets go!” fans cheered from their couches and just a few of the lucky ones got to experience the wild card game against the A’s in Kauffman Stadium. In the eighth inning the Royals were down 8-3. No team had ever bounced back from that far behind but some how, the Kansas City Royals... Read more »

Tennis dominates in WAC and Regionals

October 23, 2014 • Corinna Lemke  
Filed under Sports, Sports Center

Garden City High School’s girls tennis team returned to action Thursday, October 2, 2014. They tracked to Hutchinson, Kansas for an invitational and snatched the team title with 34 points. Hutchinson and Newton tied for second with 27 points each. Saturday October 4, 2014, the tennis team took part... Read more »

Golfers place second at regionals

Golfers place second at regionals

October 21, 2014  
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The Lady Buffs golf team chipped away for a second-place finish at Maize’s Reflection Ridge Golf Course on Tuesday. The girls shot 28 strokes behind Wichita Northwest which drove away with a first place 375. Maize came in third. Individual placers were Danielle Gaspar who took third place with 90 and... Read more »

XC Recap

October 21, 2014 • Kaylee Kipp  
Filed under Sports, Sports Center

Here is a GCHS Cross Country recap: the team started off the season strong, the guys confident and dominating and the girls rising up to the challenge of losing so many varsity runners. Both have dedicated a lot of time and sweat to making this season the best for themselves and their team. Through it... Read more »

Football dominates against Wichita East

October 21, 2014 • Emily Greene  
Filed under Sports, Sports Center

When facing the Wichita East Blue Eagles not only are you in for a good game, but you’re in for some weather complications. In the last four years the buffs and aces have played in cold, north winds, rainy, sleeting and freezing temperatures. Although the weather didn’t stop the buffaloes from going... Read more »

Volleyball “Plays Pink” for breast cancer

Volleyball “Plays Pink” for breast cancer

October 21, 2014 • Rebecca Doll  
Filed under Sports, Sports Center

It is finally October, which means it is time for the annual fan favorite Play Pink volleyball quadrangular. This year’s quad featured rival Dodge City, Scott City, and Ulysses. Formally known as Dig Pink, Play Pink is a set of matches put on by the volleyball team to honor those affected by breast... Read more »

Football works toward redemption

Football works toward redemption

October 6, 2014 • Emily Greene  
Filed under Sports, Sports Center

As Garden City’s stands were “Browned out” last Friday, Garden City High Schools Varsity Football Team faced  Hays High School, resulting in the Hays Indians winning with the score of 42-28. One major obstacle the Buffs faced Friday was senior Alex Delton, a Kansas State commit. Delton was... Read more »

Reconstruction begins for volleyball team

October 6, 2014 • Rebecca Doll  
Filed under Sports, Sports Center

For the Lady Buffalos volleyball team there has been a lot of action both on, and off the court lately. Head coach Shandra Sanders resigned from her coaching position effective immediately on Wednesday. Sanders hired in the summer of 2013, had only coached at Garden City High School for one and a half... Read more »

Cross Country strides towards goals

Cross Country strides towards goals

October 6, 2014 • Kaylee Kipp  
Filed under Sports, Sports Center

Halfway through the season, and the cross country team is still running strong. With an 6th (Boys, in the 30 team Gold Division) and 16th (Girls, in the 26 team Crimson Division) team finish at the elite Rim Rock Farm High School XC Classic last week, the team is busy at work fighting to meet their overall... Read more »

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