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Hope Stephens, 3rd and Jacob Lovell, 13th in Varsity CC races @ El Dorado

The Junction City Cross-Country team took to the road south this weekend to race at the El Dorado Invitational, held at ElDorado’s State Park on 08 Saturday 2016.  There were many personal best performances this weekend as well as medal worthy performances. Hope Stephens placed 3rd in the girls’ varsity race with a time of 20:26 and

Doubles Team of Post and Dombrowski Lead Lady Jays at Conference Tournament

On Monday, Junction City High School hosted the Centennial League tournament at Kossover Tennis Center in Topeka.   The doubles team of Codi Post and Jordan Dombrowski paced the Lady Jays as they went 4-2 on the day and earned a 6th place medal.  Late in pool play the duo was in position to contend for

All Teams Schedule: Week of October 3 – October 9

Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Junction City High School, October 3 – October 9 MONDAY October 03, 2016 8:30 AM Girls Varsity TennisLeague @ Topeka-Kossover Tennis Facility SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Football @ Highland Park High School SCHEDULE 5:00 PM Girls Freshman Volleyball @ Chapman High School SCHEDULE TUESDAY October

Driving Directions to Milford State Park CC Course

The Junction City Cross-Country team will host the annual Milford State Park CC Invitational Saturday, 1 October 2016.  Please follow the driving directions below to get to our course to come out and support our team. Race Schedule: JV Girls – 10:00, JV Boys 10:30, V Girls-11:00, V Boys-11:30 and C team-12:00.   Driving Directions:

LADY JAY TENNIS HAS TOUGH TEST AT TOPEKA WEST INVITE

The Lady Jays tennis team competed in the Topeka West Invite Tuesday night. The tournament hosted a variety of schools from Kansas City to Salina. Each of the Lady Jay tennis entries was able to pull off a victory, but had many tough tests throughout the tournament. In the top flight of singles, Ally McKenzie

Blue Jays fall in hard-fought match to Hays, 5-3

With two goals scored in the first nine minutes of play, it was clear that the matchup between the Junction City Blue Jays and the Hays Indians would be anything but slow and methodical. Hays’ Ethan Nunnery scored with just 7:05 burned off the clock, then Junction City’s Chris Lechuga-Palacios scored just 98 seconds later