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Scott Tittrington

Tittrington: Slim Shady’s rare gifts good reason to be excited
May 10, 2006
Judging by the number of phone calls we’ve fielded in the office this week, not to mention the non-stop Internet chatter taking place in a variety of college basketball portals, it seems Kansas University basketball fans can’t get enough of the Darrell Arthur saga.
Time to play the spring sports ratings game
May 9, 2006
Like everyone else in the Journal-World sports department, I’ve been so busy answering the phone and telling people I have no idea where Darrell Arthur will play college basketball next season, it’s a minor miracle I’m actually getting any real work done.
LHS kids need long-term view of gym
May 2, 2006
When examining Lawrence High’s strong athletics heritage, it’s important to break down the Chesty Lions’ legacy of success into two distinct sub-categories.
Wedel will be missed on tennis circuit
April 18, 2006
Once people discover what I do for a living, I typically encounter one of three scenarios: the congrats, the complaint or the question.
Tittrington: FSHS got peek at future
March 9, 2006
The present didn’t provide much fodder for the Free State High girls basketball team Wednesday night.
Changes needed in 2006
January 10, 2006
Forgive me for being a little late to the resolutions party. I know 10 days into the new year isn’t the right time to say what I should fix in 2006. For most people, 10 days is five days longer than it took them to break all their resolutions in the first place.
Tittrington: Hoop fans bring buzz in big way
December 20, 2005
During my six-plus years as a sports journalist, I often have been asked by readers and colleagues which sport is my favorite to cover.
Tittrington: Preps feature debuts
December 13, 2005
Tinkering is in my blood. My grandfather used to do it on his farm, fiddling with this tractor or that. My dad still does it on cars, which means his three-car garage : and his other three-car garage : and his yard : sometime resemble a used-car lot.
Tittrington: This city beats anything Missouri has to offer
November 25, 2005
Finding something to be thankful for this holiday season has been a rather easy process for me. When you and your wife are expecting twin baby boys who may arrive at any moment, it’s kind of a no-brainer.
Tittrington: LHS resurgence has special meaning for ‘95 squad
November 18, 2005
When J.D. Loudabarger and Shane Wedd walked off the Memorial Stadium turf back on Nov. 18, 1995, they felt secure in their place in the storied history of Lawrence High football.
Tittrington: Penny grew up as Lion
November 11, 2005
When the state playoffs arrive each fall, Lawrence High football coach Dirk Wedd promotes a handful of sophomores to his varsity roster, giving the youngsters a taste of life in the big leagues and a bit of motivation for the future.
Tittrington: McLouth relishes success
November 3, 2005
The beauty of McLouth High’s best football season in more than two decades is the many side effects that have resulted from the Bulldogs’ newfound habit of winning ballgames.
Tittrington: Firebird finding his stride
October 27, 2005
Since emigrating to the United States with his family six years ago from his native Sudan, MJ Hassaballa has been the target of a massive recruiting effort.
Tittrington: Eudora inspired by losses
October 20, 2005
It wasn’t so much a wake-up call. More like a wake-up sledgehammer to the head.
Tittrington: Football playoffs start now
October 13, 2005
Ask the folks at the Kansas High School Activities Assn., and they’ll tell you the state high school football playoffs don’t begin until Nov. 1.

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