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Royals, Royals, Royals.

October 24, 2014 Comments

Brandon Perkins

There are over 5,900 students that attend Missouri Western, and only a select few can say they were even born during the last post season appearance by the Kansas City Royals. We have a wide mixture of students from KC and students from St. Louis, which turns into a lot of Royals versus Cardinals fans, […]

29 goals versus 7 shutouts

October 24, 2014 Comments

Brandon Perkins

The Griffons’ season is almost over and they are currently ranked fifth in the conference. They look forward to the remaining games as they try to push towards a higher ranking and a playoff run. The key to the Griffons making the playoffs is winning one of the two match-ups against the University of Central […]

Western tries to keep playoff hopes alive

October 24, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

Northwest falling to Pitt State last week shook up the national and conference rankings. For the Griffons, it means they still have a shot to make the playoffs. Staying in playoff contention means every week is a must-win game and for Western it starts with conference woe Emporia State. It’s homecoming weekend and the Griffons […]

Griffons bury the Ichabods

October 24, 2014 Comments

Albert Shelby

After a breakout game last week against the Tigers of Fort Hays, the Griffons’ offense continued to find ways to put points on the board. Western walked away with a 40-14 victory over the Washburn Ichabods, with the offense gaining over 300 total yards. Running back Raphael Spencer got the scoring going when he rushed […]

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 […]

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