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Dream team: Lions aim for third state relay track crown
May 27, 2015
Two years ago, Lawrence High seniors Jensen Edwards, Leah Gabler and Marissa Pope, along with junior Kyleigh Severa, were disappointed when their 4x400 relay finished second at the Sunflower League meet. They’ve dominated ever since. By Bobby Nightengale
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Men’s basketball, women’s cross country and volleyball lead KU in latest APR data
May 27, 2015
Three sports programs at Kansas University registered high marks of 990 or above and each KU team remained in good standing — above 930 — according to the latest NCAA Academic Progress Rate (APR) data released Wednesday.
Local golfers in an excited state
May 26, 2015
Fresh off a regional championship, Lawrence High boys golfers have refused to relax. They still have work to do at the Class 6A state golf tournament. By Bobby Nightengale
More glowing reports on KU hoops commitment Vick
May 26, 2015
Future Kansas University basketball guard LaGerald Vick ranks fifth in scoring on the Under Armour Association spring circuit following a productive weekend for Team Thad AAU in New York. By Gary Bedore
Yankees wallop Guthrie, Royals, 14-1
May 26, 2015
Brett Gardner got a little silly after hitting the Yankees’ third homer of the first inning, enthusiastically high-fiving his teammates as if he were trying to slap away the memory of a lost weekend of baseball. A few big hits did the job just fine.
Column: Seeing Stars? Wake Forest turns out more NBA All-Stars than Kansas
May 26, 2015
Bill Self and Roy Williams, Kansas University’s only two basketball coaches for the past 27 years, combined for six Final Fours, four NCAA title-game appearances and one national title for KU. They have done so employing different coaching styles and personalities.By Tom Keegan
Milt Newton giving back
Former Jayhawk guard helps create charitable foundation in Virgin Islands
May 24, 2015
Minnesota Timberwolves general manager/former Kansas University guard Milt Newton, who was born and raised in the Virgin Islands, returned to St. Thomas with his wife, Shalaun Newton, earlier this month to speak with youths about the importance of education and also announce the formation of a charitable foundation to assist youngsters who live in the U.S. territory. By Gary Bedore
Inextricably linked: Bourbon, Cox bound through injury, rehab
Running backs preparing for sixth season — but only one as a Jayhawk
May 24, 2015
James Sims exhausted his eligibility and cleared the path for seniors Brandon Bourbon and Taylor Cox to compete for the starting tailback job as seniors. The competition ended for both of them when they suffered season-ending injuries on back-to-back days in mid-August. By Tom Keegan
Cards get to Ventura, avoid sweep with 6-1 victory over Royals
May 24, 2015
Yordano Ventura had a shaky first inning and a bad pitch in the sixth. That led to four St. Louis runs, which was more than enough for Michael Wacha.
How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of May 23, 2015
May 24, 2015
How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of May 23, 2015
Texas high school safety chooses Jayhawks
May 24, 2015
Kansas University football coach David Beaty was back on Twitter on Saturday, using his #neatdeal approach to tip his hand that the Jayhawks might have landed another commitment in the Class of 2016.
Kansas commit Vick gets positive reviews
May 24, 2015
LaGerald Vick, who has committed to play basketball at Kansas University — likely starting in the 2015-16 season — continues to compete on this spring and summer’s Under Armour Association Circuit.
Sporting KC, Seattle play to scoreless tie
May 24, 2015
Tim Melia needed to make just one save, but it came late in the game as Sporting Kansas City played to a 0-0 tie with the Seattle Sounders on Saturday night.
Free State girls claim 6A swimming and diving crown
May 24, 2015
After the final race of the Class 6A girls state swimming and diving championships on Saturday, Free State High junior Cierra Campbell looked at the time on the clock and immediately went over to the edge of the pool to hug senior Courtney Caldwell, who started crying. The joys of a sweet, sweet victory.
Royals rush to beat rain, Cards
May 23, 2015
Expecting some rain, the Kansas City Royals tried to rush their way through five innings to make it an official game and came away with a shortened win.
FSHS baseball draws Campus for opener
May 23, 2015
Free State High will open the Class 6A state baseball tournament against Wichita Campus at 4 p.m. Thursday at Kansas University’s Hoglund Ballpark.
Caldwell, FSHS off to fast start at state swimming
May 23, 2015
Free State High senior Courtney Caldwell hardly bothered to think about individual accomplishments during the season. Friday, during the Class 6A state swimming and diving preliminaries, that continued to be the case — despite the fact she set two state records. By Chris Duderstadt

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