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Kansas schools dealing with the heat

Kansas schools are taking extra practice precautions due to the heat. As fall practices begin, coaches are rearranging start times and increasing water breaks.

Osborne football coach injured in crash

TIPTON, Kan. (AP) - A state championship football coach has been hospitalized after a motorcycle accident in north-central Kansas.
Osborne County Sheriff's Deputy Danny Miner told WIBW (http://bit.ly/1skowu7 ) that Osborne football coach Steve Tiernan was injured early Sunday in a motorcycle accident west of Tipton. He was hospitalized in Wichita.
Tiernan won two state championships in 8…

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Targeting added to Kansas HS football

In a meeting of KHSAA officials tonight, one key point driven home was the implementation of a "targeting" rule to help protect high school players.

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Goolsby commits to K-State

Bishop Carroll running back Denzel Goolsby will go from green and gold to Wildcat purple. He committed to K-State on Wednesday and announced it on twitter.

Preview: Greater Wichita Sports Banquet

For the 17th year the Greater Wichita Sports Banquet will reward Wichita-area athletes at the High School, College and Professional levels for their accomplishments in sports.

AMA officially designates cheerleading a sport

The American Medical Association is putting its weight behind designating cheerleading as a sport.

Eisenhower HS standout named Gatorade KS Baseball Player of the Year

In its 29th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced Braden Minor of Eisenhower High School as its 2013-14 Gatorade Kansas Baseball Player of the Year. Minor is the first Gatorade Kansas Baseball Player of the Year to be chosen from Eisenhower High School.

The award, which recognizes not only…


Two Augusta Oriole Baseball Players move on without Mom

October 10, 2013 was the last time she touched a pitch or a baseball diamond. It was also the last time Tammi Hiser would watch her sons play.

"I knew it would probably be one of her last games and I knew she wasn't going to make it to next year's cancer game so I figured I would leave it all on the field for her to see…so I did," said Augusta junior Mason Hiser.

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