Dodge City was as good as advertised. Maybe even better. The Demons used a brutal 503-yard offensive assault and coasted to a 51-7 victory in a homecoming spoiler against the Panthers on a chilly Friday evening at Memorial Stadium.
HUTCHINSON- Allison Neeland fired a 91 for a personal best and a 16th place finish at Thursday's golf invite at Hutchinson. Two other Panther golfers finished the day with personal bests as Halley Sanders shot 102. Mikayla Bownes finished a stroke behind at 103 while Taylor Hommertzheim shot 104. Kaily Griffith shot a personal best 105 while Brooklyn Burkhart and Carly Dreiling shot scores of 121 and 129.
Homecoming has arrived. All the fanfare and festivities will boil down to tonight's showdown pitting one of the most high powered offenses in the WAC against a resilient Panther team that is coming off a 2-1, three-game road swing.
On a roll and looking for more the Hoisington Cardinals will have plenty of steam heading into Friday's bout against 3-1 Kingman. At 4-0 the Cards are fresh off a 76-6 routing of visiting Hillsboro (0-4) last week and will close out the two game home stand against the Eagles (3-1) who fell in a 23-19 disappointment last week to visiting Pratt (3-1), a team the Cardinals defeated 34-14 two weeks ago.
LAWRENCE- Kerby Depenbusch placed eighth with a time of 16:36 to lead the Great Bend boys in Saturday's annual Rim Rock Classic cross country meet. Karen Razo finished 15th in 20:58 in the girls' race.