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Cheney High School Basketball JV Boys beats Chaparral High School 56-32

Sport Basketball JV Boys Home Score 32 Away Score 56 Game Recap Cheney JV boys were victorious over Chaparral Friday night with a 56 to 32 win. After a close first quarter that ended 9 to 8, Cheney went on a big run in the second quarter outscoring the Roadrunners 23 to 8 and never

Cheney High School Basketball Varsity Boys beats Chaparral High School 67-49

Sport Basketball Varsity Boys Home Score 49 Away Score 67 Game Recap The Cardinal Boys opened the 2013 season with a 18 point road victory against league opponent Chaparral. Cheney outscored the home Road Runners 20-6 in the 4th quarter to secure the win. Ty Patterson , Cameron Hill and Tyler Amsink all scored in

Cheney High School Basketball Varsity Girls beats Chaparral High School 52-26

Sport Basketball Varsity Girls Home Score 26 Away Score 52 Game Recap Cardinals win season opener 52-26.Emily Jacobs scored 13 points as the Cardinals opened the season with a 52-26 victory over Chaparral. The Cardinals jumped out to a 20-5 first quarter lead and never looked back. Senior Taylor Needham added 10 points. Box Scores

Cheney High School Wrestling Varsity finishes 1st place at Flint HIlls

Sport Wrestling Varsity Place 1 Points 1 Game Recap No team points were kept at this tournament. Box Scores Championship Games 103 lbs Name School Result Time Winner Open Defeated 112 lbs Name School Result Time Winner Open Defeated 119 lbs Name School Result Time Winner Open Defeated 125 lbs Name School Result Time Winner

Cheney High School Basketball JV Girls beats Chaparral High School 50-22

Sport Basketball JV Girls Home Score 22 Away Score 50 Game Recap The JV Lady Cards used a hot shooting second quarter to take a halftime lead and finish the game with a big win. Dottie Felton led the Lady Cards with 14 points and Haley Albers also hit double figures with 11. Box Scores

Boys’ team young, athletic

By Slayton Asbury and Kaleb Clark The boys’ basketball team is a very different team than last year’s team. They are more athletic, and they have a deeper bench, according to assistant coach Bill Block. “This year we have a new team. They are very athletic but there isn’t much varsity experience.” Ty Patterson, jr.,

Wrestlers battle Thanksgiving turkey

By Eric Creek and Luke Walker With Thanksgiving turkey out of the way, wrestling practices should be getting easier. During November, practices are a little tougher because the Thanksgiving meal makes it harder to meet weight requirements. However, after Christmas, every wrestler is allowed to be two pounds over weight so wrestlers don’t have to