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Moving forward: Kansas recruit Carlton Bragg hustles to all-star game
March 31, 2015
Less than two hours after leading his team to the Ohio Division III title, Carlton Bragg was on a plane bound for Chicago, the host city of Wednesday night’s McDonald’s All-American Games.
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KU’s Perry Ellis receives honorable mention in All-America voting
March 30, 2015
An All-Big 12 first-team selection in his junior season, Kansas University forward Perry Ellis received honorable mention on the Associated Press’s 2014-15 All-American team, unveiled Monday.
KU baseball falls in finale at Tech
March 30, 2015
Kansas University limited Texas Tech to just four hits, but the Red Raiders made the most of them in a Big 12 baseball series-clinching 3-2 victory over the Jayhawks on Sunday at Rip Griffin Park.
Self: KU might ‘soften’ its schedule
March 30, 2015
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self’s Jayhawks played the toughest schedule in the country the past two seasons, according to strength-of-schedule ratings calculated by ESPN.com. By Gary Bedore
Cubs, Jackson rout Royals, 7-0
March 29, 2015
Edwin Jackson arrived at the ballpark in time for a solid spring start with the Chicago Cubs. Jackson allowed one hit in 4 2/3 innings, and the Cubs hit three homers in a 7-0 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Sunday.
Too little, too late: KU softball’s rally falls short; UT sweeps
March 29, 2015
Five solo home runs and a loading of the bases in the bottom of the seventh inning were not enough to save Kansas University from a softball sweep by Texas. By Matt Tait
Column: Coleman could be best bet at WR
March 29, 2015
Signs of spring: Flowers budding, birds chirping louder, the scent of fresh-cut grass floating in the breeze and jaws dropping watching Kansas University wide receiver Rodriguez Coleman, long, lean and, above all, fast. By Tom Keegan
How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 29, 2015
March 29, 2015
How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 29, 2015
Lions’ Bonner award finalist
March 29, 2015
Lawrence High senior basketball standout Anthony Bonner was named as a finalist for the 2015 DiRenna Award by the Greater Kansas City Basketball Coaches Association on Friday and was selected to play in the 2015 All-Star Challenge.
FSHS baseball belts Branson
March 29, 2015
Free State High’s baseball team completed a two-day trip to southwest Missouri with a 7-4 victory over Branson on Saturday.
KU soccer upends Iowa
March 29, 2015
Kansas University freshman Eli Mayr scored the only goal 25 minutes into the second half as the Jayhawks edged Iowa, 1-0, in a spring exhibition soccer match Saturday at the Cyclone Sports Complex.
Kansas tennis edged by SMU
March 29, 2015
Two lopsided losses in doubles cost Kansas University the doubles point, and the Jayhawks never recovered in a 4-3 tennis loss to Southern Methodist on Saturday.
KU’s Conley wins Texas long jump
March 29, 2015
Kansas University’s Sydney Conley soared to a mark of 6.50 meters (21 feet, 4 inches) to win the long jump at the Texas Relays on Saturday.
KU baseball falls to Tech, 9-3
March 29, 2015
A big early deficit proved too much for Kansas University to overcome, and the Jayhawks’ Big 12 baseball winning streak came to an abrupt end Saturday.
Jayhawk-to-be Bragg wins state
March 29, 2015
Future Kansas University basketball forward Carlton Bragg scored 12 points with five assists against no turnovers to help his Cleveland Villa Angela-St. Joseph team defeat Lima Central Catholic, 63-50, in the Ohio Div. III state high school championship game Saturday at Ohio State’s Value City Arena in Columbus, Ohio. By Gary Bedore
Column: KU football focus must be to trend upward
March 29, 2015
The Kansas University cornerback got burned, and the receiver had nothing but air between him and the end zone during Saturday morning’s spring football practice. That happens. The cornerback stopped running. That won’t happen again, unless he wants to be caught in the middle of a vise of incensed coaches one more time. By Tom Keegan

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