Blazer soccer squad loses twice

Despite making marked improvement, the Lady Blazers soccer squad lost to highly ranked Mill Valley and Blue Valley Southwest last week. Against Mill Valley, ranked 4th in 5A, the Blazers dropped an 8-0 decision. Gardner Edgerton...

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GEHS junior competing for Team USA

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Nathan Damron is skipping school this week, but don’t call the truancy officer just yet. The Gardner Edgerton High School junior is competing in the Youth World Weightlifting...

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Weisenburger wins vault title

Gardner Edgerton High School senior Ryan Weisenburger made the most of his final state appearance clearing 15-0 to win the 6A title at Wichita’s Cessna Stadium on May 26. “I’m so proud of Ryan,” said coach Brian McGee. “He ended...

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GEHS student accomplishments

Gardner Edgerton High School senior Michael Fibelkorn was selected as one of 40 singers to attend the Kansas State University 34th Summer Choral Institute in June. Michael was selected from among hundreds of national applicants....

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Lady Blazer soccer squad wins twice

Hosting Ottawa on April 17, the Lady Blazer soccer squad posted wins in  both JV and varsity competition. On the varsity side, Gardner Edgerton High School got on the board early on an unassisted goal by junior Peka Ploetz 15...

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Students of Character

Submitted photo Gardner Edgerton school board members recently recognized fourth quarter Students of Character. A student from each school was honored for displaying positive character traits. They include Mckenna Trout,...

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GEHS third quarter honor roll

Seniors Outstanding Scholars Kaela Clabaugh; Rebecca Clark-Hargreaves; Kirstie Drew; Ashley Enright; Dustin Gillespie; Cheyanne Godwin; Greg Hopper; Chip Kueffer; Kristina Mitchell; Abby Rains; Kathryn Trivilino; Kaitlin...

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USD 231 test scores on the rise

Mark Taylor [email protected] Preliminary results from the Kansas Assessments show that 96 percent of Gardner Edgerton students are proficient in reading, school board members were told April 16. That is a .7 percent...

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