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ALLEN BAUGHMAN, Shawnee Heights

Baughman, a junior running back, carried the ball 29 times for 284 yards and three touchdowns in Shawnee Heights' 27-0 United Kansas Conference victory over Basehor-Linwood Friday night at Wetter Field. On the season Baughman has 781 rushing yards and 10 TDs for the 3-1 T-Birds.

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LOIS DEETER, Seaman

A senior, Deeter won her second straight individual title in last Monday's city girls golf tournament at Western Hills Golf Course, shooting an 81 and carding a birdie on the first sudden playoff berth to take the victory over Washburn Rural's Raegan Petersen. A two-time top-five Class 5A state medalist, Deeter led Seaman to a second-place team finish behind Rural.

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LENNY NJOROGE, Topeka West

The Topeka West senior cross country star posted his third individual victory in four races on the season in Saturday's Rim Clock Classic, clocking a five-kilometer time of 16 minutes, 00.10 seconds to win the Crimson division title by 14 seconds. Njoroge now has three wins and a runner-up finish this fall. 

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LAUREN SANDSTROM, Hayden

A junior, Sandstrom teamed with sophomore Emily Sheetz to win the city tennis title in No. 1 doubles as Hayden captured the city team championship by a 26-25 margin over Seaman last Thursday at Kossover Tennis Center. Sandstrom and Sheetz took a hard-earned three-set win over Seaman sophomore Katie Krumins and freshman Molly Gorman in the final, with Hayden taking a 7-5, 4-6, 10-4 decision.

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EMILY SHEETZ, Hayden

Sheetz, a sophomore, teamed with junior Lauren Sandstrom to win the No. 1 doubles title in last Thursday's city tennis tournament at Kossover Tennis Center by a 7-5, 4-6, 10-4 margin over Seaman sophomore Katie Krumins and freshman Molly Gorman in the championship match, helping lead the Wildcats to the city team title by a 26-25 margin over Seaman.

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AINZLEY ZULUETA, Hayden

The defending Class 4A singles state champion, Zulueta, a sophomore, won her second city No. 1 singles title last Thursday at Kossover Tennis Center, taking a 6-4, 6-3 victory over Seaman senior Lauren Sweeney, the 2021 5A state doubles champion, in the championship match. Zulueta helped lead Hayden to the team crown by a narrow 26-25 margin over Seaman.

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