Wyandotte High School will celebrate its basketball homecoming on Friday, Jan. 13, with a game against Quapaw. Coronation of the homecoming queen will be at 6 p.m. in the gym. The homecoming court includes: (Front row, l-r) Lynnea Cox, Maddie McBrien, Kelsy Merriman, Mikah Wendlken, Karsyn Siegrist, April McCorkell, Dax Marlow, and Jessica Rogers. (Back… Read More »
Seneca High School cheerleaders have successfully defended their title as state champions. “Last year the feeling of getting second at regionals was motivation to come back and get first. We knew we had worked hard enough to get first. This year, we had to defend our title,” said Savannah Raney, a junior cheerleader. “It was… Read More »
Last week was the best week of the season for Seneca High School boys basketball team, winning the Lancer Classic at Southeast High School in Cherokee, Kan. In that tournament, the Indians beat Southeast 48-28, Baxter Springs 48-42, and Parsons 49-45 in the championship game. Way to go, Seneca boys!
The Seneca Indians competed in the Branson Invitational on Jan. 16. The results for each Indian are: • 113 pounds: Dayton Fields (22-8) placed 4th and scored 19.00 team points. Round 1 – Fields won by fall over Riley McFall (Webb City) 11-17 (Fall 0:54). Round 2 – Fields won by fall over Granite Cunningham… Read More »
The Seneca Indians lost 3-0 in seven innings on Monday, despite outhitting Neosho four to three. Kaylee Wolfinbarger had two extra-base hits for the Indians. She doubled in the second and fifth innings. Jo Beard was a workhorse on the rubber for Seneca, allowing two earned runs, three hits and two walks while striking out… Read More »
Seneca’s cross county teams competed at Lamar Golf on Tuesday, Sept. 29. In the varsity boys division, Joshua Garcia placed 13th with a time of 18:47, with Payden Armstrong following shortly in 20th place with a time of 19:13. Elijah Daniels placed 40th with a time of 20:20 and Trey Smith placed 43rd with a… Read More »
Seneca’s eighth grade volleyball squad won a close game against Mt. Vernon on Monday, Sept. 28. “Mt. Vernon was the only team we lost to last year, so it was a big win for us,” said Breann Stephens, eighth grade volleyball coach.
Seneca’s seventh grade boys football team defeated Cassville 26-8 on Saturday, Sept. 24. Dillon Myers had three touchdown runs totaling 48 yards and he successfully completed a two-point conversion on a run after a touchdown.