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Archive for Thursday, November 11, 2004

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November 11, 2004

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Reaney Honored: Emma Reaney of the Lawrence Aquahawks earned seven first places and three seconds to capture the high-point trophy at the Fall Halloween Swim Classic in Springfield, Mo. Teammate Adam Winter earned two firsts, while Molly Albrecht and Morgan Flannigan garnered one apiece.

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Grabill Takes Nine: Reese Grabill paced the multiple-event winners for the Lawrence Aquahawks at the Lightning Spooktacular swim meet with nine gold medals. Molly Albrecht and Zach Andregg earned seven golds each. Ben Sloan had six golds, while Canaan Campbell and Cameron Case pocketed five apiece. Emma Reaney won four events. Three-race winners were Jessica Bayer, Cody Briggs, Heather Clark, Morgan Flannigan, Daniel Wolff and Madeleine Neet. Austin Green and Emily Martin were double-event winners.

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Monster Winners: Dee Boeck of Lawrence, Wally Brawner of Tonganoxie and Paul Heitzman of Eudora won age-group titles in the Monster Dash 5K Oct. 30 at Kansas Speedway. Age-group second places went to Lawrence's Jamie Noll and Keith Dowell. Karen Hyde of Lawrence was fourth in her age division.

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CJHS Awards: Malcom Sims was named the most valuable player on Central Junior High's football team. Other award-winners were Mike Westheffer, Marcus Holman, Brandon Mailand, Derek Clark, Chris Nieto and Bo Hartford.

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Winter Golf: Orchards Winter Golf League memberships are available. Matches are played every Tuesday from November through March, weather permitting. For information, call 843-7456.

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FSHS Parents Meeting: Parents of Free State High students participating in winter sports are requested to attend a meeting at 6 p.m. Sunday in the school auditorium. Basketball, wrestling, bowling and boys swimming coaches will be on hand. For information, call 832-6050.

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Free State Baseball: A meeting for incoming freshman Free State High baseball players and their parents will be at 7 p.m. Sunday in the FSHS gym. For information, call Mike Hill at 832-6050.

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Spirit Goes 2-1: Kansas Soccer Academy Spirit (U-18 girls) concluded the fall season by winning two of three matches at the Heritage Invitational in Olathe, missing the championship game by a single goal. Team members were Lindsey Ahlen, Amber Alvarez, Diane Alexander, Anna Ashcraft, Nicki Dunlap, Lacey Elmore, Kendal Forio, Lindsey Lawrence, Whitney Lopez, Banaka Okwuone, Anne Schafer, Meghan Shanks, Megan Sinclair, Claire Wilkinson and Emily Williams. Coaches were Lane Davis and Sarah Gonzalez.

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Freedom Goes 1-2-1: KSA Freedom (U-17 girls) went 1-2-1 at the Heritage Invitational in Olathe. Team members were Katelyn Anderson, Maggie Barnes, Madison Bertrand, Sierra Best, Meghan Bock, Jenny Brooks, Megan Hrenchir, Megan Johnson, Logan Keasling, Kathy Lewis, Marti McDonald, Carly Sakumura, Jessica Sears, Kelsey Starks, Amanda Vervynck and Abby Vestal. Coaches were Lane Davis and Sarah Gonzalez.

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City Volleyball, Basketball: City adult winter volleyball and basketball league organizational meetings will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the East Lawrence Center. For information, call 832-7920.

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KU Baseball Camps: Kansas University's baseball coaching staff will conduct skills camps Nov. 26-28 and Dec. 27-29 at Anschutz Pavilion for youths 7 through 18. The KU staff also will conduct a hitting camp Dec. 20-21. For information, call 864-7907.

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Equestrian Fund-Raiser: Lawrence School of Equestrian Arts will hold a fund-raiser for its assisted therapy programs at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Serenata Farms, 10 miles west of Lawrence on U.S. Highway 40. Pop singer Julia Othmer will perform. Suggested donation is $10. For information, call 887-6441.

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KVF U-15 Soccer: Tryouts for Kaw Valley Force Premier U-15 soccer will be at 8 a.m. Nov. 22 and Nov. 29 at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. For information, call 749-5872.

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