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Tiernan Leaving Osborne For Solomon

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8-Man coaching veteran Steve Tiernan has announced his resignation as the Osborne High School football coach and will be heading to Solomon High School for the same position pending approval from the Solomon USD 393 Board of Education.  Tiernan spent four seasons at the helm for Osborne, going 39-7, which included a 13-0 season and a 8-Man DI State Championship ...

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Solomon Valley Catbackers Event Held Monday

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The Annual Solomon Valley Catbackers event was held at Beloit Country Club on Monday night. Many purple clad fans took part in the festivities , as Women’s Basketball Head Coach Jeff Mittie was the featured speaker. K-State fans got to hear the latest on the Men’s Basketball team from Director of Basketball Operations Drew Speraw and the latest on the ...

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State Track & Field Begins Friday

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The Kansas State High School Activities Association State Track & Field Championships will begin for area teams on Friday morning at Cessna Stadium in Wichita. Many area athletes will be competing for State Championships in their respective events. The meet gets underway at 7:45 a.m. Friday with the 1A Girls 3200m Run Finals, followed by the 1A Boys 3200m Run, ...

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Beloit High School Coaching Staffs See Changes

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There will be a different look to two coaching staffs at Beloit High School in the 2015-16 school year.  Wednesday, it was announced that long time BHS assistant football coach Andy Niemczyk had resigned that post and it was also announced that he will be replaced by current Lincoln High School coach Nate Naasz, pending USD 273 Board of Education ...

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Voorhees Steps Down As Thunder Ridge Football Coach

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Jerry Voorhees announced on Friday that after 17 seasons overall of coaching and 9 years in Kensington, that he is resigning from his post as the head coach of the Thunder Ridge Longhorns football program. In 9 years of coaching in Kensington, Voorhees compiled a record of 75-20, which included a 58-16 mark in the past seven seasons with Thunder ...

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