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High School Football Scores – Week #3

North Central Kansas League
Abilene 28, Clay Center 7
Concordia 32, Wamego 14
Marysville 23, Chapman 0

Twin Valley League 11-Man
Centralia 22, Onaga 14
Chase County 13, Washington County 12
Minneapolis 24, Valley Heights 22

Twin Valley League 8-Man
Baileyville B&B 62, Frankfort 16
Bern 72, Wichita Word of Life 0
Clifton-Clyde 60, Pike Valley 20
Downs-Lakeside 62, Randolph-Blue Valley 14
Hanover 46, Axtell 0
Linn 16, Diller-Odell, NE 6

Nebraska Schools
Aurora 30, Beatrice 29
Linn, Kan. 16, Diller-Odell 6
Pawnee City 74, Lewiston 0
Wymore-Southern 42, Johnson County Central 7

 

Twin Valley League Volleyball Report – Week #3

Twin Valley League / Overall Standings

Centralia 8-0 / 11-2
B & B 7-0 / 12-1
Washington County 6-0 / 11-0
Wetmore 6-0 / 9-2
Onaga 3-3 / 10-3
Valley Heights 3-3 / 8-5
Frankfort 3-3 / 5-6
Hanover 2-4 / 6-5
Axtell 2-4 / 3-8
Blue Valley 1-5 / 2-9
Linn 0-6 / 1-9
Clifton-Clyde 0-6 / 0-10
Bern 0-6 / 0-11

Scores from September 13, 2011
Frankfort def Clifton-Clyde 25-15 25-19
Wetmore def Clifton-Clyde 25-10 25-14
Wetmore def Frankfort 25-23 25-16
Centralia def Valley Heights 25-14 25-14
Centralia def Linn 25-15 25-17
Centralia def Blue Valley 25-7 25-14
Valley Heights def Linn 25-19 25-13
Valley Heights def Blue Valley 25-20 25-15
Blue Valley def Linn 13-25 25-18 25-21
Washington County def Bern 25-12 25-10
Washington County def Hanover 25-22 25-13
Hanover def Bern 23-25 25-20 25-18
B & B def Onaga 25-16 25-23
B & B def Axtell 25-13 25-13
Onaga def Axtell 25-18 25-11
*denotes non-league match

TOURNEY RESULTS
Saturday, September 10:

Nemaha Valley Invitational Tournament
B & B def Hiawatha 25-12 25-10
B & B def Horton 25-19 25-15
B & B def Pleasant Ridge 25-12 25-14
B & B def Nemaha Valley 25-20 25-22

Semi-Finals:
B & B def Rock Creek 25-20 25-17

Finals:
Marysville def B & B 18-25 25-22 25-22

HTRS Tournament
Johnson Brock, NE def Bern 25-19 25-23
Pawnee City, NE def Bern 25-15 25-17
Lewiston, NE def Bern 21-25 25-15 25-19

UPCOMING GAMES
Tuesday, September 20
@ Onaga – Blue Valley, Clifton-Clyde, Hanover.
@ Linn – Axtell, Bern.
@ Valley Heights – Frankfort, Washington County.
@ Wetmore – B & B, Centralia.

Saturday, September 17
Hiawatha Invitational – Centralia, B & B.
Republic County Invitational – Clifton-Clyde, Linn, Hanover.

 

 

Jayhawk Television Network Affiliates Set For KU-Texas Football Telecast

Game Broadcast will be available on KNDY FM 95.5 in Northeast Kansas and KZDY FM “Z-96.3″ in North Central Kansas.

LAWRENCE, Kan. – The Jayhawk Television Network’s (JTN) affiliate lineup is set for the telecast of the KU-Texas football game in Austin Oct. 29.

The game will air in High Definition on these over-the-air stations in Kansas City and throughout the state of Kansas:

  • KSMO 62 (MyTV) – Kansas City
  • WIBW 13 (CBS) – Topeka

    -Also on FOX KANSAS:

  • KSAS 24 (Fox) – Wichita
  • KAAS 18 (Fox) – Salina
  • KOCW 14 (Fox) – Great Bend
  • KSAS-LP 29 (Fox) – Dodge City
  • KAAS-LP 31 (Fox) – Garden City

The Jayhawk Network will supplement The Longhorn Network’s feed of the game with JTN announcers (to be determined), graphics and cameras. It is JTN’s first-ever statewide football telecast; the game will appear on the Longhorn Television Network in Texas and elsewhere around the country.

As it has for many years, the Jayhawk Television Network will also televise five men’s basketball games throughout the state of Kansas. The basketball and football games represent some of the more than 200 events that will air on the various platforms (over-the-air, cable and All-Access) of the Jayhawk Television Network during the 2011-12 academic year. Most will appear on Kansas Athletics’ AT&T Jayhawk All-Access, which is available via kuathletics.com.

Fans who subscribe to AT&T All-Access can watch Legends of the Phog, the Sept. 24 charity basketball game in Allen Fieldhouse that will bring together many of the former great players and coaches in KU’s storied history. Subscribers can also watch:

  • Late Night in the Phog, the annual tipoff of basketball practice.
  • KU’s two men’s basketball exhibition contests.
  • Football Coach Turner Gill’s post-game press conferences after home games.
  • Coach Gill’s weekly press conferences.
  • Football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball coaches’ weekly television shows.
  • Home women’s basketball games.
  • The Kansas Relays and other special events, including postgame interviews in many of Kansas’ 18 varsity sports.

Fans who subscribe may also listen to:

  • The complete radio broadcasts of KU football and men’s basketball contests, including pre- and post-game shows and post-game interviews with the coaches.
  • Men’s basketball coach Bill Self’s weekly press conferences.
  • Weekly Hawk Talk radio shows with Turner Gill, Bill Self and women’s basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson.
  • Rock Chalk Sports Talk, a weekly hour-long radio show highlighting Kansas Athletics.

In addition, KU fans can watch home volleyball matches and baseball games free of charge.

Kansas fans can subscribe to Jayhawk All-Access by going to www.kuathletics.com and clicking on the AT&T Jayhawk All-Access button on the right. Jayhawk All-Access subscriptions are only $9.95 per month or $79.95 per year.

Kansas Volleyball Association Rankings – Week #2

September 14, 2011, Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association is pleased to announce the 2011 Week 2 Volleyball Rankings sponsored by PrepVolleyball.com. Records are as of 9/12/11.

Rank – School – Record – Last Week’s Rank

4A
1. St. James Academy (9-0) (1)
2. Cheney (7-0) (3)
3. Maize South (8-0) (4)
4. Abilene (10-0) (NR)
5. Wamego (9-0) (NR)
Others: Chanute (7-0), Holton (6-0), Rose Hill (9-1)

3A
1. Hoisington (6-1) (1)
2. Smith Center (5-0) (2)
3. Silver Lake (5-3) (3)
4. Phillipsburg (6-1) (4)
5. Burlington (12-1) (NR)
Others: Hillsboro (12-1), Remington (6-1), Southwestern Heights (3-1), West Franklin (4-0)

2A
1. Decatur Community (9-3) (2)
2. Hill City (9-2) (NR)
3. Kiowa County (8-3) (NR)
4. Ell-Saline (8-2) (NR)
5. Sacred Heart (7-2) (4)
Others: Bennington (9-1), Pratt-Skyline (7-3), Washington County (4-0)

1A – Division 1
1. St. John Hudson (8-1) (1)
2. B&B Baileyville (10-1) (2)
3. Victoria (10-1) (3)
4. South Central (11-3) (NR)
5. Centralia (8-2) (NR)
Others: Spearville (3-0)

1A – Division 2
1. Hutch – Central Christian (15-1) (1)
2. Thunder Ridge (11-2) (2)
3. Grainfield-Wheatland-Grinnell (8-2) (5)
4. Norwich (8-1) (3)
5. Wetmore (8-2) (NR)
Others: Argonia (5-2)

High School Football Scores – Week #2

Nebraska Schools
Beatrice 59, Nebraska City 14
Fairbury 41, Auburn 28
Lewiston 10, Diller-Odell 0
Pawnee City 48, Dorchester 6
Thayer Central 25, Southern 6

Twin Valley League 8-Man
Baileyville B&B 48, Pike Valley 3
Blue Valley-Randolph 52, Bern 6
Clifton-Clyde 70, Axtell 44
Frankfort 50, Linn 28
Thunder Ridge 26, Hanover 6

Twin Valley League 11-Man
Concordia 18, Centralia 0
Minneapolis 35, Washington County 0
Onaga 41, Immaculata 28
Valley Heights 22, Republic County 18

North Central Kansas League
Abilene 21, Nickerson 9
Concordia 18, Centralia 0
Marysville 24, Wamego 8
Riley County 21, Clay Center 7
Rock Creek 28, Chapman 0

Sunflower State Games Kansas Athletes of the Year Named

With a turnout of over 8,400 athletes in this summer’s games, there were more than a few star competitors considered for the honor of being named 2011 Athlete of the Year. This year, Bailey Atkinson, 18, of Topeka and Travis Conley, 27, of Mission are honored with this recognition. In order to be chosen as a recipient for this award, an athlete must show outstanding achievement and good sportsmanship both on and off the field of play by embodying what the Sunflower State Games represent, living a healthy lifestyle through participation in sports.

Bailey Atkinson
Bailey Atkinson

Atkinson, who earned three gold medals in the rowing competition this year, has been rowing for five years with the Topeka Rowing Association. She has earned over 150 medals, three of which were National Club Medals, and plans on continuing her career in rowing with a scholarship she earned to the University of Kansas. Aside from competing this year, Atkinson also proved to be instrumental in the success of this year’s regatta by preparing the boat house for the races and assisting with course control. “Rowing is not that popular in Kansas, so the fact that the Sunflower State Games has it as a sport is great, it gets the word out there and gets more people involved. In short it gives Kansas rowers another reason to get together on a great lake and have a good time,” said Atkinson.

After capturing two gold medals in the Jiu Jitsu competition, Conley, like Atkinson also switched to the volunteer side of the event, participating as an official. Overcoming the doctor’s prognosis that he would never compete again in high impact sports

Travis Conley
Travis Conley

after a shoulder injury, Conley has multiple tournament titles, including the U.S. World Team Grappling Trials in Las Vegas. His success has earned him a spot on Team USA to compete in the FILA World Grappling Championships in Belgrade, Serbia in September 2011. “The Sunflower State Games give all ages and all skill levels the opportunity to compete, which is important not only for competitors, but human growth and development in general,” said Conley, “I’m very proud to represent the great state of Kansas. I have learned so much about through my participation in State Games and am extremely honored and humbled.”

Kansas Volleyball Rankings – Week #1

September 7, 2011, Topeka, KS — The Kansas Volleyball Association is pleased to announce the 2011 Week 1 Volleyball Rankings sponsored by PrepVolleyball.com.

Rank – School – Record – Last Week’s Rank

4A
1. St. James Academy (3-0) (1)
2. Hayden (3-3) (2)
3. Cheney (0-0) (3)
4. Maize South (8-0) (4)
5. Circle (2-0) (5)
Others: Abilene (3-0), Louisburg, Wamego (7-0)

3A
1. Hoisington (NA) (2)
2. Smith Center (2-0) (NR)
3. Silver Lake (5-0) (3)
4. Phillipsburg (4-1) (1)
5. Minneapolis (5-0)
Others: Atchison County Community (2-0), Eureka (3-1), Garden Plain (2-0), Hillsboro (8-1), Remington (6-1)

2A
1. Oskaloosa (2-0) (1)
2. Decatur Community (5-1) (3)
3. Nemaha Valley (2-0) (NR)
4. Sacred Heart (2-0) (NR)
5. Washington County (2-0) (NR)
Others: Kiowa County (5-3)

1A – Division 1
1. St. John Hudson (6-1) (1)
2. B&B Baileyville (2-0) (2)
3. Victoria (4-0) (NR)
4. Hoxie (4-1) (4)
5. Olpe (1-1) (3)
Others: Centralia (6-2), Goessel (2-1)

1A – Division 2
1. Hutch – Central Christian (7-1) (1)
2. Thunder Ridge (5-0) (NR)
3. Norwich (3-0) (4)
4. St. Johns – Beloit (3-1) (5)
5. Grainfield-Wheatland-Grinnell (3-2) (2)
Others: Argonia (0-0)

Twin Valley League Volleyball Report – Week #2

League / Overall 

B & B 5-0 / 5-0
Centralia 5-0 / 8-2
Washington County 4-0 / 4-0
Wetmore 4-0 / 4-0
Onaga 2-2 / 4-2
Frankfort 2-2 / 3-2
Valley Heights 2-2 / 2-2
Axtell 2-2 / 3-6
Hanover 2-3 / 2-3
Blue Valley 0-4 / 0-4
Clifton-Clyde 0-4 / 0-4
Linn 0-4 / 0-4
Bern 0-5 / 0-6

Scores from Tuesday, September 6

B & B def Bern 25-9 25-15
B & B def Frankfort 25-7 25-4
B & B def Hanover 25-14 25-11
Frankfort def Hanover 25-13 25-19
*Frankfort def Bern 22-25 25-18 25-14
Hanover def Bern 25-17 15-25 25-19
Centralia def Clifton-Clyde 25-12 25-9
Centralia def Axtell 25-8 25-12
Axtell def Clifton-Clyde 25-18 25-19
Washington County def Onaga 25-21 26-24
Onaga def Linn 25-22 25-19
Washington County def Linn 25-16 26-24
Wetmore def Blue Valley 25-14 25-10
Valley Heights def Blue Valley 25-15 25-15
Wetmore def Valley Heights 25-20 25-13
* indicates non-leage match

Thursday, September 1

At Jackson Heights:
Onaga defeated Bishop Seabury 25-17 25-10
Onaga defeated Jackson Heights 22-25 25-15 25-14

UPCOMING GAMES

Tuesday, September 13:
@ Blue Valley – Linn, Centralia, Valley Heights.
@ Axtell – B & B, Onaga.
@ Bern – Hanover, Washington County.
@ Frankfort – Wetmore, Clifton-Clyde.

Saturday, September 10:
@ Frankfort – Wetmore, Frankfort, Washington County.
@ Onaga – Onaga.
@ Riley County – Valley Heights, Clifton-Clyde, Linn.
@ Southern Cloud Invitational – Blue Valley, Hanover.
@ Nemaha Valley Invitational – B & B.
@ HTRS Tournament – Bern.

Twin Valley League Volleyball Wrap – Week #1

TWIN VALLEY LEAGUE STANDINGS
League Overall

Axtell 1-1 / 2-5
B & B 2-0 / 2-0
Bern 0-3 / 0-3
Blue Valley 0-2 / 0-2
Centralia 3-0 / 6-2
Clifton-Clyde 0-2 / 0-2
Frankfort 1-1 / 1-1
Hanover 1-1 / 1-1
Linn 0-2 / 0-2
Onaga 1-1 / 1-1
Valley Heights 1-1 / 1-1
Washington County 2-0 / 2-0
Wetmore 2-0 / 2-0

TWIN VALLEY LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL SCORES

Scores from August 30, 2011
Centralia def Onaga 25-15 25-8
Centralia def Bern 25-11 25-14
Centralia def Frankfort 25-11 25-15
Onaga def Bern 25-15 22-25 25-7
Frankfort def Bern 25-20 25-17
Onaga & Frankfort did not play
Axtell def Blue Valley 26-24 25-6
Washington County def Axtell 25-16 25-15
Washington County def Blue Valley 25-10 25-5
B & B def Valley Heights 25-13 25-20
B & B def Clifton-Clyde 25-9 25-12
Valley Heights def Clifton-Clyde 25-12 25-15
Wetmore def Hanover 25-14 22-25 25-15
Hanover def Linn 20-25 25-17 25-19
Wetmore def Linn 25-12 25-19

TOURNEY RESULTS
Saturday, August 27

Wabaunsee Invitational Tournament
Pool Play:
Wabaunsee def Axtell 25-9 25-16
Council Grove def Axtell 25-13 25-20
Rock Creek def Axtell 25-18 25-18

Tourney Play:
Centralia def Axtell 25-9 25-5
Axtell def St. Xavier 25-6 25-15

Pool Play:
Osage City def Centralia 22-25 25-20 25-18
Wamego def Centralia 25-18 25-22
Centralia def St. Xavier 25-7 25-3

Tourney Play:
Centralia def Axtell 25-9 25-5
Centralia def Wabaunsee 25-23 25-22

UPCOMING GAMES
Tuesday, September 6

At B & B: – Bern, Hanover, Frankfort
At Centralia: – Axtell, Clifton-Clyde
At Washington County: – Onaga, Linn
At Wetmore: – Blue Valley, Valley Heights

Saturday, September 10
At Frankfort: – Wetmore, Washington County, Frankfort
At Onaga Quad: – Onaga
At Riley County: – Valley Heights, Clifton-Clyde, Linn
At Southern Cloud Invitational: – Blue Valley, Hanover
At Nemaha Valley Invitational: – B & B

HTRS Tournament
Bern

KU Basketball Legends To Play Allen Fieldhouse September 24th

LAWRENCE, Kan. – A who’s who of Kansas men’s basketball coaches and players will convene at historic Allen Fieldhouse for the Legends of the Phog exhibition game Saturday, Sept. 24, at 4 p.m.

Former KU coaches Larry Brown and Ted Owens will coach a collection of former KU players who have been part of three NCAA titles, 54 conference championships, 13 Final Fours and 2,038 all-time victories. The rosters will include many current NBA Jayhawks, including NBA All-Star Paul Pierce, as well as many other recent KU standouts.

“It’s going to be a spectacular event,” Kansas head coach Bill Self said. ”Not very often can you spin a negative into a positive but we get an opportunity to do so with the NBA lockout. There have been numerous times we’d like to get all these guys back at the same time, but it’s always been hard for the current NBA players to come back because their schedules run similar to ours. On September 24th we are going to have a KU alumni game, which is basically a legends game, in which many of our most recent KU greats are going to come back, allowing them a chance to run out of the tunnel one more time and play a game, hopefully in front of a packed house.

“We have many committed,” Self continued, “the majority being recent guys who have played (under Self) and several of Roy’s (Williams) players will be here as well, including NBA All-Star Paul Pierce, who is coming back for the first time in a long time. We’ve asked Coach Brown and Coach Owens to be the honorary coaches. Much of the proceeds will go to the memory of (former KU assistant basketball coach) Neil Dougherty, who lost his life tragically this summer due to a heart attack. We’re working with Neil’s family to find a cause that will definitely give Neil a lasting legacy in an area of his life that was very dear to him.”

Additionally, Self said Kansas Athletics will donate a portion of the proceeds to one of Dougherty’s favorite local charities – the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence.

“It will be great coming back to Lawrence and catching up with some old friends and meeting the current players,” Pierce said. “No place compares to Allen Fieldhouse and the rich tradition that is Kansas basketball. When you are a Jayhawk, you’re a Jayhawk for life.”

“The University of Kansas has meant so much to me,” Brown said. “I have a lot of fond memories of my time in Lawrence and coming back for this event will be great. I look forward to visiting with current staff, the old coaches and players and friends.”

Tickets for the Legends of the Phog will be $20 for adults and $10 for students and youth. Williams Education Fund members and current KU students will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets. Tickets ordered via the KU Tickets Office online (www.kuathletics.com) or by calling 800-34-HAWKS. Parking for the event is free.

Williams Education Fund Presale:
Wednesday, August 24: Hall of Fame, Champion and All-American membership levels.
Monday, August 29: All remaining Williams Education Fund membership levels.

KU Student Presale:
Wednesday, August 24

Public Sale:
Tuesday, September 6