HOLTON — The Frontenac High School football team overcame a six-point deficit in the first quarter to get a 55-21 win over Holton on Friday to earn a spot in sub-state. After trailing early in the contest, the Raiders quickly regained the lead in the second quarter and pulled away in the second half en route to coasting to the win. Frontenac drew first blood in the opening minutes of… Continue Reading Raiders win big in sectional round
FRONTENAC — Frontenac students gathered in their gym to honor veterans on Friday. On each of the veterans’ seats was a card, each handmade by the elementary students. Students at the front of the gym, led by the school’s music department, sang “Oh Say Can You See,” after the Pledge of Allegiance and the Veterans from Frontenac’s American Legion ran color guard. After a brief history lesson, presented by Superintendent… Continue Reading Frontenac schools celebrate Veterans Day
HOLTON, Kan. – Frontenac coach Mark Smith knows last year’s heartbreaking playoff loss to Holton was somewhere in the back of his players’ minds during the rematch with the Wildcats on Friday night in the Class 4A Division II quarterfinals. Perhaps that was a good thing for the Raiders, who never let off the throttle during a 55-21 dismantling of the Wildcats. After surrendering a 21-point, fourth-quarter lead in last… Continue Reading Frontenac gains revenge against Holton
Frontenac High School 2017 Fall One-Acts Teacher’s on the Verge Of a Nervous Breakdown By Bradley Hayward Fairy Tale Princess Game of Thrones By Jim Jeffries, Jane Jeffries & Claire Wilson Saturday, November 11, 7:00 p.m. Sunday, November 12, 2:30 p.m. Ticket Price- $5.00 General Admission Produced by special arrangement with Heuer Publishing LLC of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
SALINA, Kan.— Competing at the Kansas Class 4A Division II state volleyball tournament at Tony’s Pizza Events Center, seventh-seeded Frontenac went 0-3 in pool play on Friday and failed to advance to Saturday’s finals. No. 2 seed Nickerson defeated Frontenac 25-5, 25-9 before third-seeded Burlington knocked off the Raiders 25-10, 23-25, 25-11. Continue reading in the Joplin Globe