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Trio of transfer portal entries leaves KU women’s team needing new depth

Returning players will be the minority on next year’s Kansas women’s basketball team. Paris Gaines, Skyler Gill and Zsófia Telegdy are all in the transfer portal, a KU spokesperson confirmed Monday, running the total number of offseason departures from the Jayhawks’ roster to ...

Heavy hitters not enough for LHS baseball in setback at O-South

Olathe – After leading by as many as eight runs, the Lawrence High baseball team squandered its early groove in a 16-15 loss to Olathe South in extra innings on Thursday at the Olathe District Activities Center. The result came down to an interference call near third base following an RBI ...

Samuel still finding ways to elevate experienced wideouts

The Kansas wide receivers have become so experienced, and with that experience developed such a high level of sophistication, that position coach Terrence Samuel is willing to give them the chance to sit in on quarterback meetings. “That’s another way to try to help speed up the process ...

LHS boys tennis show promise at T-West quad, struggle with Washburn Rural opponents

Topeka – Building a winning reputation early, the Lawrence High boys tennis squad kept pushing forward Wednesday, as two doubles pairings and one singles player earned winning records at the Topeka West quad. Both of LHS’ doubles pairings, senior Logan Daniels and junior Josh Labin; junior ...

Brantley already has athleticism, can add emotional balance to excel for Jayhawks

Before Logan Brantley had even played in a game, and the same summer he had arrived on campus, linebackers coach Chris Simpson told reporters that Kansas would take as many players like him as it could get. After he redshirted during the 2023 season, playing just 16 snaps on kick coverage ...

Spring football notebook: Arnold, Clements to miss rest of spring

Offensive lineman Calvin Clements and wide receiver Lawrence Arnold will miss the rest of spring practice due to injury, head coach Lance Leipold said. After the conclusion of Tuesday’s practice, Leipold described his team’s overall health as “fair at best.” “I’d probably like it ...