Senior utility Maddie Stein entered the batter's box with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the seventh frame as No. 23 Kansas trailed by three runs and she delivered yet again for the Jayhawks as she blasted a long ball over the centerfie...Read More »
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The list of firsts at Rock Chalk Park grew on Saturday afternoon after senior infielder Chanin Naudin launched the first Kansas home run during the second game of the Jayhawk Invitational. Naudin's long ball was one of 14 KU's hits that propelled the No. 23 Jayhawks to a shortened 10-2 decision over Idaho State.
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Box Score // Reserve senior forward Bunny Williams earned her first start of the year and within two minutes of the game's beginning, with the score knotted at zero, snatched an offensive rebound in the post and then kissed the ball softly off of the glass giving Kansas a lead it would never look back on over the next 38 minutes. The Jayhawks sent their quartet of four-year members off with a victory in their home finale, beating Iowa State, 68-64, Monday night inside Allen Fieldhouse.
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Every second was precious – evidenced by nearly every player diving on the floor after a loose ball with 14 seconds on the clock. Though the ensuing possession arrow went against No. 8/9 Kansas, the Jayhawks didn't allow another point, finally locking down the back-and-forth brawl against Texas, 69-64, on ESPN College GameDay Saturday afternoon inside Allen Fieldhouse.
The stoic Perry Ellis broke into a big grin. The junior forward took flight, locked onto an alley-oop pass from Frank Mason III and crushed the ball through the rim with a one-handed dunk. His game-high 23 points led No. 8/8 Kansas past TCU Saturday af...Read More »
Softball and baseball programs won’t begin in Nemaha Central USD 115 until 2013. The teams will include players from Nemaha Valley and B&B Schools. Superintendent Darrel Kohlman recommended the delay to organize the programs and make an attempt to have a full schedule of games closer to Seneca. The board voted in October to begin ball programs.Read More »
Monday evening’s storms brought strong winds and hail but no reports of tornados in the KNDY listening area. Morrowville reported golf ball size hail. Clifton Clyde area reported pinball size hail. Pea to marble size hail was reported in the Marysville area. Marshall County Emergency Management reported that there were some larger branches and portions of trees down in the ...Read More »
The Nemaha County Commissioners approved a petition for expansion of the Baileyville District. The district will provide sanitary sewer services to land where a new housing development is being located. The Haug Addition is located east of D road and north of the ball field. The addition has room for eight to ten homes. One home has been completed and ...Read More »
Storm clean-up continues throughout the area. In Marshall County an estimated 8000 people were without power for a period of time. Emergency Management Director Bill Schwindamann reported that damage estimates are running between 4.5 and 5 million dollars. Winds measured in excess of 80 mph hit along a 30 mile wide swath that fell between the southern border of Marshall ...Read More »
Gage County received more than five inches of rain Tuesday night, resulting in minor road damage as a thunderstorm system passed through the area. Gage County Emergency Management Director Mark Meints reported minor crop damage from golf ball sized hail had also been reported. Winds stronger than 70 mph were reported in the Omaha area, knocking down trees and damaging ...Read More »