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KSHSAA Rule 52 stays put

Rule 52 is a rule established by KSHSAA to assure there is good sportsmanship.

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Rule 52 is a rule established by KSHSAA to assure there is good sportsmanship.

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Rule 52 states: “Be courteous to all (participants, cheerleaders, coaches, officials, staff and fans), know the rules, abide by and respect the official’s decisions, win with character and lose with dignity, display appreciation for good performance regardless of the team, exercise self-control and reflect positively upon yourself, team and school, and permit only positive sportsmanlike behavior to reflect on your school or its activities.”

Krannawitter believes that singling out a specific play, fan or even referee not only looks bad on you, but it definitely looks bad on the school that you’re associated with at the time, whether you’re just cheering them on or you attend that school regularly.

“The ‘GB WHAT’ has got to go,” Krannawitter said. “The Great Bend athletic director and I both agreed that the sayings we have to harp on one another school have to stop.”

Krannawitter believes he is lenient on themes of the games.

“I don’t believe that our fans are meaning anything by the certain themes they’re choosing,” Krannawitter said. “I believe Hays High means well and I love our fan sections.”

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Taylor Schiffelbein, Sports Editor

Taylor Schiffelbein is a senior at Hays High. She is in her third year of newspaper on the sports team. The past two years Taylor has been the sports editor. In her free time, when she’s not waiting tables at Guiterrez, she enjoys listening to music and hanging out with friends.

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Brittani Park is a senior this year and this is her first year in Newspaper. Brittani’s favorite things are people, music, art and the color yellow. She loves being creative and plans on pursuing a career in graphic design after high school.

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