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Parks and Rec football report
October 10, 2007
The Lansing Parks and Recreation football teams were back in action on Saturday, Oct. 6.
Lions still No. 4 in volleyball rankings
October 10, 2007
The Kansas Volleyball Association released its rankings for week six today, and Lansing High held steady at No. 4.
Scoreboard
October 10, 2007
Lansing sports scores and results for the week leading up to Oct. 11, 2007. Included are Parks and Recreation football scores, as well as Lansing High results.
Bonner routs Raiders
October 10, 2007
Bonner Springs put on an offensive show and senior quarterback Tyler Jock was the major star in the impressive performance. The Braves exploded for more than 400 yards of total offense and rolled to a 57-12 rout over Immaculata on Friday night during the Braves homecoming game at David Jaynes Field in Bonner Springs.
Inlow leads ‘Cats to victory
October 10, 2007
If Tonganoxie could take any positives from its difficult football season, Friday night’s game at Basehor-Linwood offered countless examples. The Chieftains produced 205 more yards of total offense than Basehor. THS stuffed Basehor’s run and made its passing game look nonexistent.
Letter: A vote for the future
October 10, 2007
Letter: True costs are higher
October 10, 2007
Millison leads BLHS to victory
October 10, 2007
When Stephen Millison climbed into his car after Monday night’s game against Perry-Lecompton, his windshield had been fittingly decorated. The words “Best Soccer Stud Ever,” were painted with an arrow pointing to a box over the driver’s side. As Millison sat behind the wheel, he filled the box.
Basehor volleyball team places fourth in tournament
October 10, 2007
Last week Chelsey Patton said she wanted to beat Eudora before her high school eligibility ended. Basehor-Linwood got the opportunity Saturday at the De Soto Tournament in the third place game, but fell 13-25, 19-25. “The girls for the most part over the day played really good volleyball,” coach Tammy Zydlo said. “To end on that note was kind of like, ‘Ugh.’”
Letter: A disappointment
October 10, 2007
Clark runs past Atchison
October 10, 2007
Clark Middle School eighth graders defeated Atchison, 30-8, on Monday. J. J. Jackson carried the ball 10 times for 209 yards and three touchdowns in the game. He also caught four passes for 45 yards. His touchdowns came on runs of 44, 23, and 90 yards respectively.
Second high school football season begins tonight
October 10, 2007
The second season of high school football begins tonight when district play begins. Business, as they say, is about to pick up. This year the district pairings bring interesting story lines.
Letter: Bond costs will only go up if we wait
October 10, 2007