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Kaitlynn (left) and Faith Little run for a "greater purpose." (Photo by Brian Sanders)
  In the 1981 movie “Chariots of Fire,” there’s a line spoken by actor Ian Charleson, playing missionary and Olympic gold-medaling runner Eric Liddell, that Jackson Heights High School sophomore Faith Lit­tle and her older sister, 2015 JHHS graduate Kaitlynn Little, see as central to their lives. “...
The 10-0 Frontenac Raiders of the  Crawford-Neosho-Cherokee League in southeast Kansas will visit 6-4 Holton here in northeast Kansas Friday evening in the sectional round of the Kansas Class 4A-DII football playoffs. It will be a rematch from last year’s sectional playoff game in which Holton won...
  Jackson Heights High School’s Cobra varsity football team ended its 2016 season on a high note, beating a team it had not beaten since 2003. The Cobras’ hard-won 22-14 victory over Centralia at home on Friday marked the end of another year, but with a 6-3 record and an unbeaten record in the...
In this photo, Jackson Heights High School sophomore Faith Little (center) held the lead over cross country runners Madeline Hess (left) of Wabaunsee High School and Halle Johnson (right) of Bennington High School during Saturday’s Class 2A state cross country meet in Wamego. (Photo by Brian Sanders)
  Saturday’s state cross country meet at Wamego was starting to look like it would have a good fin­ish for Jackson Heights. The boys’ team had finished seventh overall in Class 2A, and the girls’ lone competitor, sophomore Faith Little, was predicted to bring home a medal. In fact, Little’s family...
Royal Valley's Ali Bryan (No. 3) sets the volleyball for hitters Grace Harvey (No. 26) and Danielle Stithem (No. 4) Tuesday night against ACCHS.
In its first home games of the season, the Royal Valley varsity volleyball team won both match-ups Tuesday against ACCHS.  “Even though we won, we are still working on our chemistry as a team,” said head coach Gary Armstrong.  In the first games against the Tigers, the Lady Panthers won 25-22 and...
The Jackson Heights Middle School hosted a cross country meet on Monday. The results were as follows: Seventh Grade Girls 1. Kristina Biltoft, Jeff West, 7:21. 2. Jaci Davison, Jackson Heights, 7:33. 3. Annie Allen, Jackson Heights, 7:46. 4. Gracie Gallagher, Holton, 7:54. 5. Catrina Smith, Royal...

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