Don Czyz pitches against Northern Colorado ealier this year.
Mitchell McGinnis, left, holds the framed jersey of his best friend, Lucas Frantz, who played football for Tonganoxie High School. McGinnis, along with other members of Frantz's high school team, honored Frantz by retiring his jersey before an Oct. 21, 2005, game against De Soto. Frantz's wife, Kelly Frantz, second from right, wore Frantz's number.
Kansas' Kassie Humphreys pitches during the fourth inning of yesterday's loss to Texas A&M at Arrocha Park.
Grayson Dillon makes a shot during the first quarter. Bishop Seabury played the Kansas School for the Deaf.
The Netburners team bench goofs around, cheers on teammates and watches the action during their game Nov. 12 at Holcom Park Center. The Netburners won the fourth-grade recreational basketball contest.
Monty Fritts, an Ottawa resident, has been making folks cry with his culinary ability for several years. His salsa recipes include names such as Smoke and Fire and XXX HOT.
Wellsville High senior Kyle Wright is making his lone year in public school one to remember, leading the undefeated Eagles in scoring and rebounding through their first four games.
Bill Church, Lawrence, uses a computer at the Lawrence Public Library. Plans for a new library would include 100 additional computers.
Santa holds open the door at the annual Bromelsick Christmas Party. The party was Saturday at the Lawrence Indoor Aquatic Center.
Attendees of the annual Bromelsick Christmas Party swim at the Lawrence Indoor Aquatic Center. Saturday's party included music, caroling, snacks and a visit by Santa Claus. The party was the 54th annual event.
Free State's Lauren Kimball pulls down an offensive rebound against Alex Hoover during the first half. Free State defeated Junction City in the championship game at the Bonner Springs Metro Prep Classic Wednesday night.
Free State coach Bryan Duncan calls out instructions for his players during the last minute of Wednesday's game against Junction City.
Free State seniors Banaka Okwuone, left, Sarah Heider and Tricia Dunham hold the first-place trophy at the Bonner Springs Metro Prep Classic. The Firebirds beat Junction City on Wednesday night to secure the first tournament championship by a Free State girls basketball team in school history.
Free State's Kayley Lane, left, battles Junction City's Alex Hoover for a possession in the Firebirds' 45-37 victory. FSHS claimed its first girls tournament title Wednesday in Bonner Springs.
Free State's Kayley Lane, left, fouls Junction City's Alex Hoover on her way to a loose ball. The Firebirds beat the Bluejays, 45-37, Wednesday in Bonner Springs.
Shaquina Mosley pushes herself off the ground after she fell trying to drive the the basket during the first half.
KU's Kaylee Brown trips over Wisconsin's Jolene Anderson (41) while the two battle for possession of the ball.
Kansas University senior Crystal Kemp drives for a basket against Wisconsin. Kemp scored a career-high 28 points, lifting the Jayhawks to a 90-87 victory over the Badgers.
KU senior Erica Hallman celebrates after she sank a game-tying three-pointer at the end of regulation.