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Westerhaus Places 2nd at Topeka High Invite

The Blue Jay tennis team traveled to Topeka on Monday for the Topeka High Invitational. Kody Westerhaus led the Blue Jays by earning a runner up finish in the second singles flight. He went 4-1 on the day losing only in the championship match. All other Blue Jay tennis players went 2-3 on the day.  

Girls Track takes 1st, Boys 2nd in Manhattan

Photo courtesy of Derek Skillett – The Daily Union – sports@thedailyunion.net MANHATTAN — The Junction City High School track and field team traveled to Manhattan Friday afternoon to compete in a Manhattan Invitational meet at Bishop Stadium. Junction City competed against Manhattan High School, Seaman High School, Wichita East High School, and Highland Park High

Girls Swim places 3rd in Manhattan

Photo/Article – courtesy of Derek Skillett – sports@thedailyunion.net MANHATTAN — The Junction City High School girls swim team headed to Manhattan Monday afternoon to compete in an invitational meet at the Ahearn Natatorium. Junction City competed against Manhattan High School, Great Bend High School, and Hays High School. Junction City placed third in the meet

Junction City High School girls soccer team displays strong defense in loss to Hayden

Photo/Article – courtesy of Derek Skillett – sports@thedailyunion.net After falling to Emporia High School on the road by a score of 0-2 April 13, the Junction City High School girls soccer team (4-5) returned home to face Hayden High School Monday night at Al Simpler Stadium in Junction City. Junction City lost by a score

Girls soccer falls to Emporia by score of 0-2

Photo/Article – courtesy of Derek Skillett – sports@thedailyunion.net EMPORIA — After falling to Hays High School by a score of 1-5 at Al Simpler Stadium April 9, the Junction City High School (4-4) traveled to Emporia Friday night to compete against Emporia High School. Emporia got on the board quickly in the first half, as

Baseball sweeps Topeka HIgh

Photo/Article – courtesy of Derek Skillett – sports@thedailyunion.net After sweeping Hayden High School on the road in Topeka Wednesday, the Junction City High School baseball team (7-0) returned to Rathert Stadium Friday night to host Topeka High School. Senior Ty Clark got the start on the mound for Junction City in the first game. In the top of

Blue Jay Tennis Continues Early Season Success

The Blue Jay tennis team continued its early season success at the Topeka Seaman Invite. Seven teams competed in the tournament in Topeka and all Blue Jay players finished in the top three of their bracket. Aaron Reutzel was the lone champion for the Blue Jays as he won the number two singles bracket going

Baseball team moves to 6-0 with sweep of Hayden

Photo/Article courtesy of Derek Skillett- sports@thedailyunion.net TOPEKA — After sweeping Garden City at Rathert Stadium in Junction City April 4, the Junction City High School baseball team (6-0) traveled to Topeka Wednesday to play a doubleheader against Hayden High School (4-4). Junction City swept the doubleheader, winning the first game by a score of 9-2,

Blue Jay Tennis Finishes 2nd in Manhattan

The Junction City boys tennis team traveled to Manhattan for a quadrangular against Manhattan, Marysville and Highland Park. The Blue Jays had a successful day as they finished as 2nd overall as a team. Jace Goheen, Nolan Rothfuss and Aaron Reutzel all won two matches on the day. In the first round against Marysville the

Girls Soccer loses to Hays

Photo/Article Courtesy of Derek Skillett – The Daily Union – sports@thedailyunion.net After winning three straight games last week, the Junction City High School girls soccer team (4-3) took on Hays High School Monday night at Al Simpler Stadium in Junction City. Junction City’s winning streak ended, as it fell to Hays by a score of