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Cyclones Run Past Jayhawks, 38-13

Kansas football dropped its fourth-straight contest in 2015, 38-13, behind 175 rushing yards from Iowa State freshman running back Mike Warren. The Cyclones in total ran to 243 yards and three touchdowns as Saturday afternoon at Jack Trice Stadium.

Landes, Lokedi Collect Titles at Rim Rock Classic

Jayhawks swept the individual titles while the Kansas women claimed the team title in successful outings for KU cross country teams Saturday morning at the Rim Rock Classic. Senior Evan Landes earned the victory in the men's race in his first race of the season. Freshman Sharon Lokedi ran to an easy win in the women's race, also leading her team to first place in the team race.

Area High School Football Scores – Oct. 2, 2015

North Central Kansas League
Abilene 30, Chapman 0
Clay Center 27, Wamego 19
Concordia 27, Marysville 13

Twin Valley League 8-Man
Axtell 30, Frankfort 24
Hanover 50, Rock Hills 16
Hill City 38, Clifton-Clyde 32 OT
Linn 66, Southern Cloud 34
Pike Valley 52, Blue Valley-Randolph 6

Twin Valley League 11-Man
Doniphan West 55, Maranatha Academy 20
Troy 51, Jefferson Co. North 16
Valley Heights 34, Valley Falls 30
Wabaunsee 41, Onaga 14
Washington Co. 32, Centralia 6

Other Area Schools
Nemaha Central 27, Holton 13
Perry-Lecompton 28, Sabetha 14
Riley Co. 36, Rock Creek 34

Jayhawks Drop Big 12 Opener to Texas, 2-1

Photo Gallery // BOX SCORE // A pair of Texas goals off set pieces in the final 20 minutes of action proved to be too much for Kansas to come back from as the Jayhawks fell to the Longhorns in their Big 12 opener, 2-1, Friday night inside Rock Chalk Park. Freshman Grace Hagan cut the UT lead in half on her third goal in the year with ten minutes remaining, but KU was unable to pull out an equalizer, snapping its three-match winning streak.

Depth Shows for Kansas Swimming and Diving Despite Blue Win

Kansas swimming and diving's Blue Team used a combination of great preparation and perhaps a little luck to topple the Crimson Team, 59-35, in KU's annual intrasquad meet inside Robinson Natatorium Friday afternoon. Blue co-captain Laura Bilsborrow and Haley Molden outlined a five-minute draft strategy prior to the start of competition and freshman Haley Bishop turned out to be the sleeper pick as she bolted to a pair of individual wins.

Wins elusive for Wildcats in Stillwater

Much like K-State, Oklahoma State has a good fan base that makes things tough on opposing teams. Head coach Bill Snyder said at the end of the day, his team controls its own destiny when it comes to the difficulty level of playing at Boone Pickens Stadium.