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Lamar Democrat/Chris Morrow
Lamar senior third baseman Kinley Nance backhands a hard hit ground ball. She threw it across the diamond to retire the batter during last week's district title game at Lamar. The Lady Tigers dropped the contest to Warsaw. Lady Tigers fall to Warsaw in title game
By CHRIS MORROW Lamar, the three seed, upset two seed East Newton to earn a spot in Thursday's Class 2 District 12 title game. Unfortunately,...


Lamar Democrat/Melissa Little
The youth volleyball program girls lined up behind the LHS Lady Tigers during the National Anthem, which was sung by one of the youth’s coaches, Ryen Willhite. Lamar youth volleyball program recognized
Lamar’s youth volleyball program has been in existence for a number of years and it takes a lot of volunteers from the families of these third...


Coach Ferlo sees improvement from Lamar Tiger tennis team
The Lamar tennis team played Neosho and lost 4-5. In singles, No. 1 Taylor Darrow lost 1-8, No. 2 Alsira Juarez lost 3-8, No. 3 Kristen Mahurin...


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No. 48 senior linebacker Michael Henderson is assisted by No. 18 senior defensive back Dylan Hill in bringing down this McDonald County ball carrier. The Tigers defeated the Mustangs to remain undefeated and run their winning streak to 56 games. Tigers defeat Mustangs


Tigers still unbeaten
ANDERSON- The Lamar Tigers made the journey south to face McDonald County Friday night and brought back a 45-13 victory to move to 7-0 on the...


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Liberal senior Bridget Bland was crowned 2018 homecoming queen prior to the Bulldogs big victory over Appleton City. She is shown with escort Colby Selvey. Bland named 2018 homecoming queen at Liberal


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Lamar senior Jena Stahl drops a single down the left field line during the loss to East Newton. Lamar Tiger softball team faces East Newton


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Lamar Lady Tigers celebrate a point during a home loss last week to Seneca. From left, Lauren Compton, Ryen Willhite (No. 12), Maddie Jeffries (No. 3) and Lizzy Davison (No. 14). Lady Tigers fall to Seneca
The Lamar Lady Tiger volleyball team dropped a conference contest Thursday night to visiting Seneca, 25-18 and 25-23. Senior Lauren Compton...


The price you pay for a successful day of pheasant hunting. The “Pettis County Gang” after a day in the field near Franklin, Neb., October 27, 1963. Upland Chronicles - Part II
By RICHARD COOPER As we start the second installment of “Upland Chronicles,” we note a recurring expression in the description of pheasant...


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No. 16 sophomore quarterback Case Tucker heads for the goal line to score a touchdown in the Tigers homecoming victory. Lamar Tigers victorious at homecoming


Nevada vs Lamar 2005
(Editor’s note: The following perspective of the Lamar/Nevada Silver Tiger Game in 2005 was written by then Kathy Finley (now Jenkins). Kathy would...


Lamar Democrat/Chris Morrow
Liberal's Chloe Lake (left) and Lamar's Kara Morey push each other as they take part in Lamar's cross country meet last week at the Lamar Country Club. Liberal, Jasper runners compete at Lamar
Jasper sophomore Hunter Hinds finished 11th in a field of 165 runners at the Lamar cross country meet last week held at the Lamar Country Club....


Lamar Democrat/Chris Morrow
Lamar's Kolin Overstreet (left) and Joe Kremp are apt to challenge for a state championship this fall. Here they get out to a good start that leads to a pair of great finishes during the Tigers cross country meet last week. Tiger cross country hosts meet


Lamar Democrat/Chris Morrow
Lamar volleyball coaches Chelsie Griffin (right) and Erin Eggerman talk to their team during a timeout in Tuesday's victory over East Newton. Lady Tigers have good week on the court
The Lamar Lady Tiger volleyball team completed a three game sweep of their competition last week, defeating Diamond Monday, East Newton Tuesday and...


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Lamar Democrat/Chris Morrow
Lamar's Trevor Medlin (No. 9) wrapped up an East Newton ball carrier and fellow senior Isaac Collins put the hammer to him during the Tigers homecoming victory Friday night. Also shown hustling to the football is Dylan Hill (No. 18). Tigers clobber East Newton
The Lamar Tigers remain undefeated after a 65-0 homecoming victory over visiting East Newton Friday night. The Patriots rolled the dice on the...