Royal Valley's Marshall Stewart (shown above, top) works on pinning his opponent to the mat in one of the team's home duals last Thursday. Stewart and the RVHS wrestlers had a lot of success on the night, sweeping their home quad with Pleasant Ridge, Atchison and Perry-Lecompton.
  Starting competition in 2016, the Royal Valley wrestling team had a clear-cut goal. After starting the season strong, coach Jason Puderbaugh noted he didn’t want his team to let up and it seemed the Panthers took that message to heart in a trio of duals in Hoyt on Thursday night. “I thought our...
Royal Valley's Jacob Box (shown above, back left) works to get his opponent from ACCHS pinned to the mat late in the match in recent dual competition. Box and the rest of the Panthers have continued to compile some positive results, despite the roster taking hit after hit over the course of the season.
  If a team’s size is proportionately linked to its chances of success in the postseason, than the Royal Valley wrestling team is smack dab in the middle of the fast lane on the way to being an underdog by the time the regional and state tournaments roll around. The Panthers were probably well on...
Royal Valley's Tristan Tessendorf (shown above, right) goes up for two of his 10 points in Tuesday's 49-46 victory over visiting Riverside.
  Clearly, the Panthers did not get enough basketball in last Friday as they followed up a double overtime win over Hiawatha with another win in extra periods against Riverside on Tuesday night. This time, the RV boys needed just one extra session as they held off the Cyclones at home for a 49-46...
Royal Valley’s Hannah Beam (shown above, at right) sends a kill attempt over the net in a league match against Perry-Lecompton on Tuesday night. After smooth sailing early, Beam and the Panthers adjusted in the midst of some adversity and stayed on track to get the sweep over the Kaws.
Panther volleyball comes up big at home in sweep of Kaws   photo By Kelly Breckunitch With the way the Panther volleyball team started on Tuesday night, an easy sweep looked to be in the cards in a pair of league matches at home against Perry-Lecompton.   It may not have turned out to be that...

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