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Obituary: Lorene E. Klein
November 7, 2007
Letter: A magical season
November 7, 2007
BLMS results
November 7, 2007
BLHS boys end season with 1st KVL title
Soccer team came within one goal of playing in Class 4A state tournament
November 7, 2007
For Basehor-Linwood, success has been easy to quantify after a stellar regular season was followed by a disappointingly short stint in the playoffs. That doesn’t mean the sting has worn off, however. “I definitely think we had a successful season,” goalie Matt Murrell said. “We had the best record Basehor-Linwood has ever seen. It is disappointing not to go to state, but you have to look on the bright side.” The Bobcats fell a game short of that, losing 3-2 to Kansas City Christian in triple overtime on Oct. 29. “I think the
Basehor-Linwood girls basketball team is hosting midnight madness
November 7, 2007
Basehor-Linwood: get ready for Midnight Madness. BLHS girls basketball coach Noah Simpson announced last week that his team is putting on a new event at the school. With Monday, Nov. 12th slated as the first day teams can begin practicing in the state of Kansas, and since the students are not in school that day, the coach decided to open the season with an unprecedented event.
One last stand
Hopkins plays every Basehor-Linwood seniors in game for final series of loss
November 7, 2007
The leaders of a squad that turned their final season in Basehor-Linwood green and yellow from shaky beginnings to a solid finish were together one last time Saturday on the BLHS football field. Bobcat coach Steve Hopkins called a timeout late in Basehor-Linwood’s playoff game against Holton. He proceeded to fill all 11 positions on the field with seniors for a couple plays as a tribute to the class.
Murrell was two-sport star for BLHS
November 7, 2007
This fall Basehor-Linwood had its very own two-sport star. From football to soccer, this athlete played in every game, practiced for one and then quickly ran to the other, and even played in two games during one hectic night. But unlike Bo Jackson or Deion Sanders, Matthew Murrell didn’t wow with his size, speed, or athleticism. This Bobcat star’s savvy in goal for the soccer team, and his bazooka leg, helped him to transcend team lines and make it as the football team’s kicker.
Obituary: Lucile Rogers
November 7, 2007