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GBHS has full slate of activities, starting at 5 tonight

POSTED August 25, 2011 10:39 p.m.

With the fall sports season getting under way, a full evening of activities will be held on the Great Bend High School campus late this afternoon and tonight.
Admission to the scrimmages is as follows: volleyball (bottled water or sports drink); football (towel); and soccer (sports drink).
At 5, the Great Bend volleyball teams will be put on display at the Panther Fieldhouse. The freshman team will scrimmage first, with the varsity and junior varsity squads hitting the floor at 5:20.
Starting at 7, at Memorial Stadium, the Panthers football teams will be conducting random scrimmages for its freshman, junior varsity and varsity.
At 8, the Panthers soccer teams will hit the field for a scrimmage.
Capping the activities, also around 8, is the Back-to-School Dance — for GBHS students only — in the commons area at GBHS, featuring FX Unlimited as the disc jockey. The students are admitted free, if they have an activities card. Without the card, admission is $5.
Some GBHS sports are already under way. The GBHS tennis team, featuring its junior varsity, traveled to Lyons on Thursday for the lid-lifter.
On Monday, GBHS is taking two golfers — 2010 Class 5A state qualifier Maddie Werth and sophomore McKenna Mauler — to Hays for a season-opening meet.
On Tuesday, Great Bend’s varsity volleyball team travels to play Goddard Eisenhower — a brand new school this year — and Arkansas City in Goddard, a suburb of Wichita.
Great Bend’s volleyballers return three letter winners from last season in  senior libero Katelyn Henning, senior outside hitter Rachel Harris and senior middle blocker Elizabeth Kutina.


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