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Lady Cats win district scorcher over Bushland

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The Canadian Lady Cats continued their extremely hot start to district by claiming a huge road win at Bushland 51-46 on Tuesday night. The clutch victory over a very talented Lady Falcons team in the early portion of the District 1-3A schedule has solidified how much Canadian has improved in year two under Head Coach Aaron Marks.
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Wildcats drop district opener to Falcons

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Canadian had trouble clawing itself out of a first-half, double-digit deficit, eventually falling to the Bushland Falcons, 68-54, on the road in their District 1-3A opener Tuesday night. The Wildcats—barely a month removed from winning a Class 3A Division II state football championship—were only playing their fourth game of a basketball season that started back in November for most teams.
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Upcoming Basketball Games

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Friday, January 15 JV, Varsity vs River Road @Canadian, 5 & 7:30 pm Saturday, January 16 CMS 8th Girls & Boys @Claude, TBD CMS 7th Girls & Boys @Miami, TBD CHS 9th Girls @ Claude, 12 Noon Monday, January 18 CMS Girls @Borger, 5 & 6:15 pm CMS Boys vs Borger @Canadian, 5 & 6 pm CHS 9th Girls/Boys vs Bushland @ Canadian, 7:30 & 8:30 pm Tuesday, January 19 JV, Varsity @ Spearman, 5 & 7:30 pm.
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State champion Wildcats win three All-District MVP pics, 11 players earn 1st-team slots

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The state champion Canadian Wildcats dominated the 2020 3A Division II All-District Team honors this year, in much the same way they dominated most of their opponents. They quietly and consistently got down to business, game after game, like a well-oiled, perfectly synchronized machine.
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Miami Saddle Bronc Rider earns second at National Finals

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Wyatt Casper, of Miami, represented the Panhandle well as he fought for a shot at a 2020 national title at the 2020 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo at Globe Life Field in Arlington. Casper finished second in the saddle bronc riding—and pocketed over $120,000 in NFR earnings before heading home. The trip also secured Casper’s second-place world standing in 2020, closing his PRCA ledger out at $320,984.16 for the year.