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  • Cats shake off OU rally, win 75-64

    After Kansas State lost a close game in controversial fashion on Tuesday at Kansas, Wildcat coach Bruce Weber urged his team to use their feelings as motivation against Oklahoma. “I told them come out angry,” Weber said. “Come out pissed .

  • Frankfort girls rout Blue Valley

    Tucked along the visitors’ sideline Friday night in Frankfort, Blue Valley Randolph girls basketball coach Matt Schreiber extolled his team, “You can’t be afraid to shoot.” He shouted the words just as his guard, Kayla Pfizenmaier, drilled a 3. The .

  • Frankfort boys basketball rides 21-0 run to win over Blue Valley

    It didn’t take long for Jedd Rose to score his first points Friday night. The 6-foot-1 Frankfort bruiser eight of his team’s first 10 points. But it took a while for visiting Blue Valley Randolph to score — the Wildcats .

  • Blain, Nordberg shine in shaky Wamego win

    It’s not often that a 16 point win versus a league opponent is met with the disappointment. But Wamego head coach Troy Hemphill felt his team was iffy in its 65-49 win over Concordia on Friday night. “We had a .

  • Turnovers doom Wamego girls basketball

    Turnovers and lack of execution in the final three quarters set Wamego up for failure at home against NCKL foe Concordia as they fell, 57-45. The Red Raiders (2-4, 1-2) turned over the ball 14 times throughout the game and were .

  • MHS boys basketball suffers first league loss to Highland Park

    Highland Park had an answer for everything Manhattan did Friday night. The Scots beat the Indians, 49-38, in a game that started out as a defensive battle. Highland Park came out on top by one point after a back-and-forth first .

  • Every MHS player sees the court as Indians shut down Highland Park

    It seemed like a Manhattan girls basketball player’s hand was always on the ball on Friday night. The Indians (6-0, 3-0 Centennial League) dominated Highland Park (0-6, 0-3 Centennial League), 74-30, in a game where every Manhattan player saw .

  • WILMA J. LUND

    Wilma Jean Lund, 91, of Clay Center, died Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2017, at Medicalodge of Clay Center. The family provided some of the following information: Wilma was born on March 27, 1925, in the Hayes Township, north of Clay Center. She was the daughter of .

  • MELISSA M. STAUFFER

    Melissa Marie Stauffer, 47, of Topeka, died Saturday, Dec. 31, 2016, at her residence. The family does not yet know the cause of death. The family provided some of the following information: Melissa was born in Olathe on April 8, 1969. She was the daughter .

  • 2017 PREVIEW: At KSU, guns, projects loom

    Editor’s note: This is the fourth article in a series this week looking at what’s coming in 2017. Here’s a glance at what’s on tap at K- State. With brand new leadership at the helm of K-state, .

  • Topeka man injured in I-70 collision Thursday I70accident

    A Topeka man was injured Thursday when his vehicle hit the back of a snowplow on Interstate 70, the Kansas Highway Patrol reported. Maxwell Kelly, 28, was driving west at about 11:20 a.m. near Mile Post 320 in a 2004 Silverado when his truck .

  • GILLES PELLETIER

    Gilles (Joe) Pelletier, 69, of Alta Vista, died Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016, at Saint Luke’s Heart Health Center in Kansas City, Missouri as the result of open heart surgery. The family provided some of the following information: He is survived by Carol (.





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