Jeff Fedotin

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Rowing going be to young
August 11, 2007
After losing 10 seniors, a tender-aged Kansas University rowing team will feature just five seniors this year.
Track standouts abound
August 11, 2007
From the moment Stanley Redwine first recruited Crystal Manning, the talented triple jumper from Terrell, Texas, the Kansas University track coach knew he was pursuing a special athlete.
Cross country strong
August 11, 2007
Kansas University’s men’s cross country seems poised for another strong year, and the Jayhawks’ success begins with returning seniors Colby Wissel and Paul Hefferon.
Surging swimmers on a roll
August 11, 2007
Kansas University swimming and diving coach Clark Campbell lauded last year’s team, ranking it above the others he has coached during his five years at the school.
Grove tickled to take over men’s golf reins
August 11, 2007
Asked for his emotions upon replacing his mentor as Kansas University men’s head golf coach, Kit Grove was at a loss for words.
Feeding his need for speed
For nearly half a century, Lawrence’s Urish has been a huge drag fan
August 4, 2007
At the age of 15, Rod Urish worked on his first drag-racing car, a Ford Model A, with neighbor Donnie Elmore, learning his hobby through trial and error. “We just fumbled our way through it,” Urish said. “We made mistakes, screwed up stuff, tore stuff up, but : learned from our mistakes.”
Darn! Wilson eliminated in round of 16
LHS grad advances on opponent’s expletive, but Cinderella story ends in ensuing match
July 21, 2007
With Spencer Wilson tied going into the 17th hole of the Kansas Amateur match play’s round of 32, one anticipated a climactic Friday morning finish. And a dramatic conclusion ensued.
Abel’s ‘awkward’ experience
July 20, 2007
Although Eudora High senior Matthew Abel stood on his school’s Cardinal Field, he served as the opposition. “It’s kind of awkward, being in this setting,” he said, “and being on the other side.” Abel’s summer team, the Lawrence Raiders, defeated the Eudora Cardinals - a team replete with his high school teammates - 11-3, Thursday night during a nine-inning game.
Dreaded deja vu
Raiders split another pair of blowouts
July 19, 2007
On June 13 the Lawrence Raiders accomplished a rarity, run-ruling their opponent in Game One before the opponent slammed the Raiders in the same fashion during the bottom half of the doubleheader.
Not-so-happy trails
Rocks, stumps bang up runners
July 15, 2007
After besting the other 10K female runners, Amy Van Gundy sported bloodied and bandaged knees, and her white jersey was dirty and torn. “I tripped over something,” she said. “There’s so many rocks and stumps out there. One of them must have got me.”

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