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KDNS Community Matters: Jerry Moran Interview


Congressman Jerry Moran stopped by the KD Country 94 & Z-96.3 The Lake studios in Glen Elder this week for a chat. Here the complete interview here: http://www.fileden.com/files/2010/5/25/2870385/MORAN-NOV%2029TH-2010%20.mp3 Read More »

2010 Solomon Valley/NCK Catbacker Event Interviews


Many prominent figures in the Kansas State University Athletic Department were  in Beloit on Wednesday for the annual Solomon Valley/North Central Kansas Catbacker Banquet and Auction.  KD Country 94 & Z 96.3 Sports caught up with some of those people to talk about many things K-State. K-State Men’s Basketball Coach Frank Martin Frank Martin Interview K-State Director of Athletics John Currie http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/8/1/1314391/John%20Currie%20Full%20Interview.mp3 ... Read More »

Hanover Dominates Quivira Heights, Wins 2nd Straight Title


The Hanover Wildcats took on the Quivira Heights Thunderbirds in the 8-Man Division II State Championship game at Fischer Field in Newton on Saturday. The Wildcats controlled the game from start to finish and picked up their second straight 8-Man Division II State Title with a 66-36 victory over the Thunderbirds. Hanover got things started with a one-yard TD run ... Read More »

Hanover vs. Quivira Heights-8-Man DII State Championship Preview


This Saturday at Fischer Field in Newton, the Hanover Wildcats will look to win their second straight 8-Man Division II State Championship. As was the case last season, a Central Prairie League team will stand in their way. Hanover will face the Quivira Heights Thunderbirds on Saturday, as kickoff for the 8-Man Division II State Title game is slated for ... Read More »

Hanover Defeats St. John’s/Tipton; Advances to Third Straight Title Game


The Hanover Wildcats traveled to Beloit on Friday night in the 8-Man Division II playoffs to take on the only remaining undefeated team in DII, the St. John’s/Tipton Blujays. Hanover got the ball first and fumbled on their opening possession, but from that point on, the Wildcats made few mistakes on their way to an early finish at O’Brien Field, ... Read More »