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BSHS admitted to Kaw Valley League
September 21, 2001
They say the third time’s a charm, but for Bonner Springs High School, it only took a second time to be admitted into the Kaw Valley League. In a unanimous vote of the KVL’s nine representatives Wednesday, Sept. 19, Bonner Springs High School was voted into the KVL for the beginning of the 2002 season, less than a year after being denied in its first attempt.
Predictions gone bad, some overlooked Braves
September 21, 2001
Red Friday turned into Black Tuesday and suddenly major league baseball and college NFL football didn’t seem all that important. As major sports across the nation took the words of General Douglas MacArthur, “I shall return.”
Bobcats learn lesson in loss
September 21, 2001
After jumping out to a 2-0-1 record, the Basehor-Linwood High School soccer team had gained some confidence. In a matter of 90 minutes, however, a lot of that confidence was lost, as the Bobcats were routed 7-0 by Mill Valley High School on Thursday, Sept. 13.
What if there were no sports
September 21, 2001
In the past week and a half, as the nation mourned, the sports world was put on hold. As a person whose life is dripping with sports stench, this was an extremely unusual thing for me, but not once did I complain.
Bobcats sweep home meet, move to 7-5
September 21, 2001
The Basehor-Linwood volleyball team swept its first home meet of the season Tuesday, Sept. 18. And in the three wins at the meet, the Bobcats got, what coach Mardy Robinson called, their biggest win of the year a three-game battle against Mill Valley.
BLHS, Santa Fe Trail set for Kaw Valley clash
September 21, 2001
Friday night, when the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats welcome the Santa Fe Trail Chargers to town for a Kaw Valley League clash, both teams will be vying for a spot in the driver’s seat.
Bobcats bust out, cream De Soto 49-27
September 21, 2001
In just four quarters of football the Basehor-Linwood Bobcats moved from the bottom of the high school football world to the top of their league.
Glenwood Ridge Elementary to construct wildlife facility
September 21, 2001
The students at Glenwood Ridge Elementary School will get a chance to experience the wildlife while at school thanks to a $2,000 grant approved by the Basehor-Linwood School Board.
Letter: School’s condition unacceptable
September 21, 2001
Letter: School’s condition appalling
September 21, 2001