Blue and White Scrimmage August 25 & 26

BLUE: The color that expresses our unswerving loyalty to God, to the ideals of our Church, our Country, and our School.

WHITE: The color symbolizing the deep joy radiating from living the vocation of the true Christian student in all its spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social aspects.

MONARCH: Symbolic of the bold and strong bison that grazed upon the expansive prairies of western Kansas and known to early settlers as “The Monarch of the Plains”


Friday, August 25
  • Ladies’ Golf: Open practice, 4-6:30 p.m. Visitors welcome
  • Volleyball: JV/Frosh Scrimmage, 4 p.m. in Al Billinger Fieldhouse
  • Volleyball: Varsity/Alumni Scrimmage, 5:10 p.m. in Al Billinger Fieldhouse
Saturday, August 26
  • Football: 12:00 p.m. at Lewis Field
  • The senior parents are having a free will donation lunch on Saturday.  They will be serving hot dogs and chips.

Oh! Let your song ring out,
Fearless Monarchs, stout and strong,
Or fall we in the rout,
Let your song ring out
And we’ll do our part, and
SHOUT! SHOUT! SHOUT! SHOUT!
Monarchs bold and strong,
Let us cheer as we march on.
We are they who’ll not falter,
Victory our altar,
Fighting Monarchs on and on.

Sing a song of victory
RAH! RAH! RAH!
Sing a song of victory
RAH! RAH! RAH!
Fight on, fight on,
FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!

Go, Monarchs!