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October 14, 2010

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Maple Leaf Run Slated: The Maple Leaf Run will be held Saturday at the Baldwin City Golf Course during the Maple Leaf Festival. There will be a 5K run, a one-mile walk and a one-mile kids fun run. Cost is $20 and includes a shirt. For info, contact Kit Harris, kharris@usd348.com or 785-221-8025.

Jayhawk Golf Club: Tom Taylor recorded a 71 to win the net portion of the Jayhawk Golf Club on Sunday at Alvamar. Tony Kovach (73), Chris Petr (73) and Curt Anderson (74) finished behind Taylor.

In the scratch portion, Chris Anderson finished first with a 75. Van Reichert was second (79), Mike Naegele third (84) and William Gantz fourth (84).

Roy Wedge Honored: Massachusetts Institute of Technology freshman Roy Wedge, a Lawrence High graduate and last year’s Gatorade Cross Country Runner of the Year in Kansas, was named the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference Runner of the Week for his performance at the All-New England cross country championships on Oct. 9 in Boston.

Wedge finished 64th with a time of 25:50 and led the Engineers to an 18th-place finish among the Division III teams.

Eudora Youth Basketball League: Registration is under way for Eudora youth basketball leagues. For first- and second-graders, the cost is $35 for six games. For third- through sixth-graders, the cost is $40 for eight games. The deadline is Oct. 29. $15 fee for late registration. Sign up at the Eudora Community Center or online at www.eudoraparksandrec.org.

Eudora Bitty-Ball Clinic: Registration is under way for a bitty-ball clinic for 3- to 5-year-old girls and boys. Cost is $27. Deadline is Oct. 25. Sign up at the Eudora Community Center or online at www.eudoraparksandrec.org.

Jayhawk Lacrosse Wins: The Kansas University men’s lacrosse team defeated Missouri, 7-6, in Kansas City, Mo.

The Jayhawks were down 4-1 at the half but got three goals from Jack Faerber, two goals from Francis Enright and one goal from George Sellew in the second half.

Nick Troll scored for KU in the first half.

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