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Aggressive Escobar enjoying historic run

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Alcides Escobar has never been much of an offensive force, but all of a sudden this October, he's been dynamic, setting records and winning the American League Championship Series MVP. How's he doing it? By swinging at every first pitch fastball he can...

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Royals honor parents of cancer victim

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October 28 would have been Noah Wilson's 8th birthday. His parents, Scott and Deb, know there is no place on earth their son would have rather spent his big day than at Kauffman Stadium for Game 2 of the World Series, so they were beyond thrilled when ...

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Cross Country To Compete At State

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The NCHS Cross Country team will be competing at the Class 3A State Cross Country Meet on Saturday, October 31 at Rim Rock Park in Lawrence. Ryan Thrailkill and Cale Patterson will compete as individuals at 10:45, followed by the Girls competing for th...

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Cross Country to Travel For Regionals

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The NCHS Cross Country teams will travel to Cimmaron on Saturday, October 24 to compete in the Class 3A Regionals. The competition will begin with the girls race starting at 11:00 am, with the boys to follow at 11:45 am.  Good Luck!!

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NCHS to Host SubState Volleyball

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NCHS will be hosting Class 3A Sub-State Volleyball action on Saturday, October 24. The tournament will open with the Lady Jays competing against TMP at 2:00 pm in Stull Gymnasium. Good Luck!

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Perez’s workload unmatched behind plate

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When Salvador Perez's offense dipped last October, outsiders looked to the 143 games he started at catcher during the regular season, pushed to a Major League-record 158 by the time the Royals completed their prolonged postseason run. This year, Perez'...

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Excitement leads to sleepless night for Yost

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Ned Yost has talked often about how from September through October last year, he simply couldn't sleep more than a few hours every night. This year had been much different, he said, because his team cruised to the AL Central title without much stress. ...

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Royals riding best clutch season into October

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The Royals don't walk, and they don't hit homers. Overall, they're barely an average offense. But somehow they scored the seventh-most runs in baseball. How did they do it? A fantastic display of clutch hitting.

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