Corey Thibodeaux (Sports reporter)

Recent stories

FSHS girls can’t complete comeback, lose 52-47 to Shawnee Mission South
January 11, 2012
The Free State High girls basketball team has been together long enough for everyone to know when a surge is mounting.
Free State boys fall short, 60-53
January 11, 2012
The Free State High boys came out flat against Shawnee Mission South and couldn’t compensate despite a good fourth quarter.
Rockhurst wears down already-fatigued LHS
January 8, 2012
Rockhurst wasn’t the type of team that Lawrence High wanted to play 24 hours after Friday’s match-up with Olathe Northwest. With tired legs and facing a physically imposing opponent, the Lions fell to the Hawklets, 63-45, on Saturday at LHS.
FSHS boys fall short against Olathe East
January 7, 2012
When Free State High coach Chuck Law talked about his team closing the gap, he wasn’t talking about points.
Undefeated: Free State girls lose first game of season, 58-45
January 7, 2012
Junior Chelsea Casady went into Friday’s game hyped about the opportunity of staying unbeaten and doing it against a very good Olathe East opponent.
Seabury girls use height to grab easy 56-23 victory
January 6, 2012
The Bishop Seabury Academy girls basketball team had a game plan based on simple math.
Veritas girls play tough but lose 38-31
January 4, 2012
Before the holiday break, the Veritas Christian School girls basketball team had concerns about its toughness.
Haskell tumbles to Avila, 73-56
December 31, 2011
Without leading scorer Brady Fairbanks, Haskell Indian Nations University’s men’s basketball team didn’t look right Saturday.
Veritas earns hoops split
Eagles boys down Whitefield, girls fall to Olathe
December 18, 2011
Basketball teams that turn the ball over 31 times in a game usually don’t win. But Veritas Christian School’s boys, thanks to a solid first half and stout defense, hung on to beat Whitefield Academy, 38-33, Saturday at the Eudora Recreation Center.
Free State girls run past Lawrence High, 64-47
December 17, 2011
The Free State and Lawrence High girls are almost complete opposites on the basketball court.

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