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McLouth High football player who lost his lower leg playing other sports now
Trevor Roberts, a McLouth High School senior, lost the lower part of his leg after a football injury. Today, with the help of a prosthetic, he is playing on the McLouth High baseball team.
Published on March 27, 2011
Ellen Young: Lawrence running community
Ellen Young, a Dog Days participant and area run organizer, talks about the running community in Lawrence that's allowed her to stay active.
Fans turn out for Elite Eight matchup
Kansas fans came out to support the Jayhawks at the Alamodome for their Elite Eight game against Virginia Commonwealth on Sunday, March 27, 2011 at the Alamodome in San Antonio.
Josh Selby has little to celebrate on birthday
Kansas freshman Josh Selby's 20th birthday did not quite go as planned after the Jayhawks fell to VCU on Sunday, March 27, 2011 at the Alamodome in San Antonio.
Josh Selby consoles Markieff Morris in locker room
Kansas freshman Josh Selby consoles Markieff Morris in the locker room after KU's 71-61 loss to Virginia Commonwealth in the 2011 NCAA Tournament on Sunday, March 27 at the Alamodome in San Antonio.
Tyrel Reed: It’s been a pleasure, blessing
“It’s been a pleasure and a blessing. I hope this doesn’t define us as a group,” said senior Tyrel Reed about his last game as a Jayhawk.
Marcus Morris: "I let everybody down."
A double-double effort didn't ease the pain of KU's Marcus Morris, who feels he let everybody down in the 71-61 loss to VCU.
Jayhawk fans disappointed by loss to VCU
Fans Robin Carver and Dwight Clarkson were among the thousands in Lawrence let down by KU’s loss to VCU. The two shared their thoughts on the end of what had been a successful season.
KU fans descend on downtown Lawrence for big game
Jayhawk fans Chris Dunagan, James Koop and Esther Koop, and Matt Meyer talk about why they ventured to downtown Lawrence to watch Sunday’s Elight Eight game in the NCCA Tournament.
Straight jacket talk
Escape artist Matt Gurley talks about getting out of a straight jacket after performing live at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Trivia nights in Lawrence
There are plenty of options for late-night trivia in Lawrence. Each offers it's own unique feel. Tom Conroy talks about what's it's like to come up with questions.
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