Lawrence High tennis

LHS tennis 9-3 at Topeka quad
September 18, 2013
Lawrence High’s girls tennis team won nine of 12 matches Tuesday in a quadrangular delayed a day and moved from LHS to Topeka.
LHS tennis quad moved to Tuesday at Topeka
September 16, 2013
Lawrence High’s girls tennis team called off its home quadrangular on Monday.
LHS tennis third at Emporia event
September 15, 2013
Lawrence High’s girls tennis team placed third among five schools Saturday at the Emporia Tournament.
Quick turnaround tests LHS tennis in dual defeat
September 11, 2013
Lawrence High girls tennis coach Chris Marshall knew this two-day stretch would test his players. Wednesday marked the end of back-to-back hot afternoons of stiff competition for the Lions, who fell, 5-4, in a dual with Blue Valley Northwest a day after going 0-1-2 at a home quadrangular. By Benton Smith
FSHS tennis ignores heat, sweeps to win LHS quad
September 11, 2013
Upper-90-degree temperatures and a beaming sun didn’t affect Free State’s Alexis Czapinski at Tuesday afternoon’s Lawrence High quadrangular. The FSHS senior coasted to a 3-0 record in her No. 1 singles matches, helping the Firebirds to a quad victory. By Jesse Newell
Lion tennis 3-0 at Leavenworth
September 6, 2013
Lawrence High’s girls tennis team defeated Leavenworth 3-1, Shawnee Mission Northwest 4-0 and Gardner-Edgerton 4-0 on Thursday.
Fall sports preview: Lions eager to kick off season
August 28, 2013
In the coming days and weeks, Lawrence High’s athletes will find themselves done with preseason training and back to the world of live competition. Some LHS programs are in search of new identities, while others plan to build on last season’s successes. By Benton Smith
First impressions: Lawrence High, Free State fall sports begin practices
11:57 p.m., August 19, 2013 Updated 07:49 a.m.
Free State High football coach Bob Lisher had some decent reasons to hold his players to high standards Monday, the first day of preseason practices for fall sports teams in Kansas. By Benton Smith
Schedules set for LHS, FSHS fall sports jamborees
August 14, 2013
The athletic departments at both Lawrence and Free State high schools will showcase their fall sports teams at jamborees during the last week of August. The campus-wide festivities kick off Aug. 28 at LHS, and Aug. 29 at FSHS.
Right at home: New LHS athletic director Bill DeWitt comes full circle
July 17, 2013
In Bill DeWitt’s mind, the word hometown doesn’t have to be defined by origins. A native of Hays, DeWitt grew up loving football, wrestling, track and academics as a high schooler at Thomas More Prep-Marian. But spend a few minutes with Lawrence High’s new athletic director and assistant principal and his pride for the city and school he now calls home comes across as strong and sincere as his handshake. By Benton Smith
World Company Cup returns to Free State
June 12, 2013
For the seventh time in eight years, the World Company Cup belongs to Free State High. The trophy, awarded since 2006 to the school that prevails most often in City Showdowns and other competitions between rivals Lawrence High and Free State, spent the last year on display at LHS. However, the Lions’ claim to the cup proved short-lived, as Free State conquered the Lions, 17-9, in the standings. By Benton Smith
Lions’ Irick finishes eighth at state tennis
May 12, 2013
Lawrence High junior Thomas Irick ended up eighth place at the Class 6A state tennis tournament after losing in the consolation semifinals, 9-3, to Blue Valley’s Anil Patel, Saturday at Kossover Tennis Center. By Benton Smith
Irick still alive at state tennis
May 11, 2013
Lawrence High’s Thomas Irick went 2-1 in singles on the first day of the Class 6A state tennis tournament and continues play today at the Kossover Tennis Center in the consolation bracket.
City to send six to state tennis
May 7, 2013
Lawrence High’s boys tennis team earned Class 6A regional runner-up honors on Monday at Gardner-Edgerton, and six city athletes qualified for state.
More high school sporting events postponed Friday
12:09 p.m., May 3, 2013 Updated 05:20 p.m.
Boys tennis regional tournaments are just some of the Friday high school sporting events called off due to the ongoing cold and wet spring weather in northeast Kansas.