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2015 Regional track headquarters

Regional track fires-off-the-blocks this week in the state of Kansas. Results will be posted as soon as the meets are complete, so check back often to find results. They will be displayed by classification below. If you're on an Iphone simply click the hyperlink to find state qualifiers. For android users, click the actual link.

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Wingnuts add former Shocker and Spartan who's eager to be home

The defending American Association champions keep loading up their roster with talent to help them put another ring on their hand. A former Wichita State Shocker and Collegiate Spartan is one of those additions to the Wichita Wingnuts.

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Former Northwest star Wimbley retires from NFL

After nine seasons in the National Football League, former Northwest Grizzly Kamerion Wimbley has announced his retirement.

Maize player named Gatorate Kansas Girls Basketball Player of the Year

CHICAGO (March 12, 2015) — In its 30th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced Keiryn Swenson of Maize High School as its 2014-15 Gatorade Kansas Girls Basketball Player of the Year. Swenson is the first Gatorade Kansas Girls Basketball Player of the Year to be chosen from Maize High School.

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Sunrise Christian building hoops pipeline to WSU

Eric Hamilton is the latest Sunrise Christian Academy player to commit to Wichita state. Zach Brown and Rauno Nurger took the same road. Kyle Lindsted, Sunrise’s athletic director, says the two programs have gotten close over the years.

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Perry Ellis a finalist for Power Forward of Year award

Wichita native and Kansas Jayhawks’ junior Perry Ellis is one of 16 NCAA Division I Men’s basketball players up for the Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year Award.

Kansas Native Dean Smith passes away at 83

Dean Smith played for Phog Allen who played for Dr. James Naismith - the inventor of basketball.

Bruce Haertl: For What It's Worth...

Rest well, Carl Taylor

“Well, we must be winning, otherwise you wouldn’t be here”.
Those are the first words I ever heard from Carl Taylor, then the head basketball coach at Wichita Southeast high school. I immediately liked him.

Carl was refreshing because there wasn’t an ounce of pretense about him, there was nothing fake, nothing forced---he didn’t engage in small-talk, he didn’t waste his or your time. Carl Taylor…

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