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KU grad on a roll on Tour
Page in line to win PBA rookie award
January 14, 2008
In just a few short months, former Kansas University bowler Rhino Page has gone from hoping to be a part of the Professional Bowlers Association tour to nearly taking his first title in December at Spartanburg, S.C. Page, 24, came within 10 pins of defeating PBA veteran Parker Bohn III at the Spartanburg Classic, the tour’s eighth event of the season.
Haskell men snag OT victory
January 13, 2008
For a moment, Haskell Indian Nations University’s Ben Carrywater forgot where he was. The Fightin’ Indians junior forward had the ball with less than 15 seconds to go in regulation against Johnson & Wales University on Friday with Haskell trailing by three. With the shot clock winding down and his mind wandering, Carrywater caught a break.
Former KU guard returns to Lawrence in new role
January 10, 2008
To the members of the Barstow School’s varsity boys basketball team, he isn’t former Kansas University basketball player Jeff Boschee. He’s simply Coach Boschee.
Olathe Christian sweeps Seabury
January 9, 2008
The game began as well as could be hoped for Seabury Academy’s boys basketball team Tuesday.
Lawrence High girls roll to 7-0
January 6, 2008
The Lincoln Prep Tigers traveled from Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday for a match-up against Lawrence High’s girl’s basketball team. They may have wished they hadn’t bothered.
FSHS girls shake off holiday rust in win
January 5, 2008
The holidays are officially over, but Free State High’s girl’s basketball team needed a little more time to make its way back to the court. The Firebirds were out of sync for the entire first quarter of Friday’s game against Olathe North, but shook off the rust in the second to cruise to a 43-29 victory at Free State High.
City divers sweep top 3 spots
Firebirds snag 2nd, Lions finish 3rd at LHS Invite
January 4, 2008
Matthias Reiber was ready. The Lawrence High sophomore was set for a two-and-a-half front somersault dive, when the announcement came for him to step down so the previous diver could dive again. The break in concentration didn’t matter.
KU women eye aggressive road showing
January 4, 2008
The road has been a tricky place for the Kansas University women’s basketball team this season. Tonight, at 5 p.m. against Xavier in Cincinnati, KU will get a chance to add to the chapter.
Kansas women rip Terriers
December 31, 2007
After the first eight minutes of the second half, Kansas University’s Taylor McIntosh had seen enough. In that span, Boston University’s leading scorer and Kansas City, Mo., native, Jesyka Burks-Wiley, ripped off 14 points.
KU women hope to avoid holiday hangover
December 30, 2007
Today’s Kansas University women’s basketball game against the Boston Terriers at Allen Fieldhouse features a pair of teams with different ideas about holiday time off. The last time the Jayhawks (9-2) took the court was Dec. 21, a loss at California, leaving a nine-day layoff between games.

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Veritas Christian School's Michael Kay triggers over a Topeka Cair Paravel defender. The Eagles fell, 58-35, Friday in Eudora.

Free State High runners Katie Burk, left, and twin sister Maggie run past the halfway mark of the young women's 5K. The Burks' team, the Lawrence Runners, finished fifth in the race.

Southwest freshman Rachel Kelly brings the ball up court during the Bulldogs' game last week against West.

The fourth-grade Lawrence Storm celebrates after taking second place at the National Youth Sports Sanctioning Organization's Midwest States Championship. Several Lawrence teams competed Sunday at Youth Sports Inc.

Southwest freshman Taylor Covert looks for an open teammate as West's Paige Rothwell defends during both teams' season opener Thursday at West Junior High.

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