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4 Lions garner All-Kaw Valley League honors
March 15, 2007
Four Lansing High basketball players were recognized Monday for their solid play this season when the All-Kaw Valley League squads were announced.
Fardelmann leads B.C. to first Frozen Four berth
March 15, 2007
The seventh-ranked Boston College women’s ice hockey team advanced to the 2007 Frozen Four with a 3-2 victory over No. 3 Dartmouth in double-overtime Saturday night at Thompson Arena in Hanover, N.H.
Slammers shine at Liberty Nationals
March 15, 2007
The Slammer Wrestling Club competed at the Liberty Nationals Tournament on Feb. 24, and three local wrestlers were among the event’s top performers.
March Madness begins
Parks and Recreation hoops tournament closes season at LAC
March 15, 2007
March Madness was in the air Sunday afternoon as Parks and Recreation basketball teams from Lansing and Leavenworth provided a thrilling prelude to the NCAA Tournament Selection Show.
Hazardous material found at KTA service area
March 15, 2007
Fire, emergency and hazardous materials crews from as far away as Topeka responded last week to a Kansas Turnpike service center in southern Leavenworth County to collect several pounds of a dangerous powder.
Wristen: Jayhawk Conference embraces LHS football
March 15, 2007
The Jayhawk Community College Conference has long been regarded as a football player factory for NCAA Division I programs.
Baseball team seeks players
March 15, 2007
Fifth- and sixth-grade boys interested in playing competitive baseball for the Sluggers may attend tryouts at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 18, at Lansing City Park. Contact Tim King at 565-5417 for more information.
LHS Baseball fundamentals clinic March 22-24
March 15, 2007
Lansing High baseball coach Troy Andrews and his staff will conduct their second annual baseball fundamentals camp from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. March 22-24 at the LHS baseball field.
Eyerly recalls roots, looks to future
March 15, 2007
As Daniel Eyerly prepared to sign his letter-of-intent to play football at Dodge City Community College, the Lansing High senior reflected back to his first gridiron coach who helped him discover his passion of the game.
Willcott wants to help HCC rebuild
March 15, 2007
Offensive linemen are in no position to collect statistics or be glory hounds, so there is only one fair way to judge Peter Willcott’s success as a Lansing High football player: Count the wins.
Kohl headed for Hutch
March 15, 2007
The most feared presence on the Lansing High defense is taking his game to the next level.
Pit bull attack on horses brings call for new law
March 15, 2007
Kay Moyer moved to the Tonganoxie-Basehor area to have room for her miniature horses.
Presentation aimed at men’s health
March 15, 2007
The Council on Aging will play host to a presentation on Men’s Health Issues next week.
Democrats eye Fort Leavenworth for detainees
March 15, 2007
If terrorist suspects detained at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, are brought to the United States, some of them might be taken to the prison at Fort Leavenworth, congressional Democratic leaders say.
Jackson has high hopes for LHS next year
March 15, 2007
Wait ‘till next year,” is a phrase no senior likes to hear when the discussion involves his or her sports team, but that’s the reality that Jeff Jackson had to face after playing his final high school basketball game at Lansing High on March 1.
Barron will bolster Coffeyville defense
March 15, 2007
Former Lansing High football player Ryan Robbins was one of the most feared and most noticeable presences on the field during the 2004 and 2005 seasons. His replacement in the starting lineup was a pretty good player, too.