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Senior guided by faith

October 20, 2014 Comments

Michael Penn

Sarah Faubel was born and raised into a Christian family, in Lincoln, Neb. She has allowed her faith to be her guide through life on and off the volleyball court. “Faith has been important to my family and me for a really long time,” Faubel said. “It is what drives our life.” Faubel began developing a love […]

The Next 45

October 20, 2014 Comments

Brandon Perkins

The Griffons’ soccer team is playing hard and planning on amping up their play for the last half of the season. With seven wins this season, Coach Edwards has been named the winningest coach in Griffon soccer history. Edwards would not take all the credit though. “I just have had a bunch of talented ladies […]

Griffons rebound from last week

October 20, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

The offense was more fluid and the defense continued to bend but not break, when the Griffons knocked off the Tigers of Fort Hays 26-7. The offense put together their best output of the season, doing most of their damage on the ground. They scored three touchdowns, earned 355 yards total and committed zero turnovers. […]

Confident Griffons prepare for Ichabods

October 20, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

Coming off of what is arguably their best offensive game of the season, the Griffons hope to maintain that balanced attack against the Ichabods of Washburn Saturday at 1pm. Last week against Fort Hays, Western delivered three offensive touchdowns, all coming from the run game. Quarterback Skyler Windmiller converted his first rushing touchdown of his […]

Griffons sweep Bearcats

October 20, 2014 Comments

Michael Penn

Western bounced back from their loss to Nebraska-Kearney with a sweep of rival Northwest Missouri State University on Tuesday, Oct. 14. Libero Sarah Faubel believes that the team’s win is a testament to their character and program. “It shows the character of our team because I think good teams can come back and adjust pretty […]

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