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Border Wars will be aired on radio and online next week

The 2019 version of the Border Wars will be aired by KVAY-FM and KLMR-FM of Lamar, CO next week. All 24 games from Barney Akers Gymnasium and Herndon Gym will be broadcast and most games will also be available online.


The Kansas teams include the host Syracuse squads, as well as Stanton County, Greeley County and Elkhart. The Colorado teams involved are Eads, McClave, Walsh and Granada.


The team to watch from the Colorado side would be the Walsh boys, who come in preseason ranked in the CHSAA Class 1A Top 10.


The games will be broadcast by Cory Forgue, Amy Jacobs, Brandon Wilson and Southwest Preps Content Editor Ben Catley. Catley will also be broadcasting a handful of games involving teams from Southwestern Kansas against Southeastern Colorado schools during the regular season.


The schedule will be as follows:

(All times are Mountain Time)

Tuesday At Barney Akers (on KVAY 105.7 FM): Eads vs. Greeley County - Girls 1:30, Boys 3:00

McClave vs. Elkhart - Girls 4:30, Boys 6:00

At Herndon Gym (on KLMR 93.5 FM): Walsh vs. Stanton County - Girls 1:30, Boys 3:00

Granada vs. Syracuse - Girls 4:30, Boys 6:00


Friday

At Barney Akers (on KLMR 93.5 FM):

Stanton County vs. McClave

Walsh vs. Greeley County

At Herndon Gym (on KVAY 105.7 FM): Elkhart vs. Granada

Eads vs. Syracuse


Saturday

At Barney Akers (on KVAY 105.7 FM):

Stanton County vs. Granada

Greeley County vs. McClave

At Herndon Gym (on KLMR 93.5 FM):

Elkhart vs. Eads

Walsh vs. Syracuse

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