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    Cowgirls recognized for league title

    Four Abilene Cowgirl basketball players were recognized by the North Central Kansas League head coaches by being named to the 2014-15 All League Team. Abilene won the league crown for the first time since

    Local sports

    Johnson, Berven, Koop return to lead Cowboys


    Mike Jantz begins his second season as the head coach of Abilene High Schools Boys Tennis Team and will be looking for seniors Gabe Johnson and Reggie Koop and sophomore Jacob Berven to guide the Cowboys
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    Donley and Barbieri receive All-State Honors


    Abilene juniors Cara Donley and Belle Barbieri were recognized at the Cowgirl Basketball Awards Banquet Thursday evening for being selected Class 4A All State basketball players. Donley was named 3rd
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    Cowgirls recognized for league title


    Four Abilene Cowgirl basketball players were recognized by the North Central Kansas League head coaches by being named to the 2014-15 All League Team. Abilene won the league crown for the first time since
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    Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association All Academic Awards


    Abilene high School Wrestling Team was recognized by the Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association as being an Honorable mention All Academic Team for the fifth consecutive year. The award is based on the
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    College sports

    Notre Dame out shoots Wichita State to advance to elite eight

    CLEVELAND — Demetrius Jackson scored 20 points to lead four scorers in double figures and the third-seeded Notre Dame Fighting Irish defeated the seventh-seeded Wichita State Shockers 81-70 in the

    Kansas' Brannen Greene not looking to transfer, father says

    It’s transfer season in college basketball, a stretch of weeks often dominated by rampant rumors, message-board chatter and various forms of speculation.
    Who’s leaving? Who’s coming?

    Five bold predictions for the NCAA Sweet 16

    Villanova being the first one-seed to fall? Check. The Big 12 struggling? Check. Cinderella’s slipper not fitting Stephen F. Austin this year? Check.
    Those were just some of the predictions yours

    K-State Announces Menís Basketball Roster Changes

    MANHATTAN — Kansas State head coach Bruce Weber announced today that two players have been dismissed from the men’s basketball program and another has elected to transfer.

    Sophomore Marcus

    WSU rejoices after long-awaited win over Kansas

    The bluebloods are going home. The blue collars are headed to Cleveland.
    In the first game between Wichita State and Kansas since 1993 — and the first in the NCAA Tournament since 1981 — WSU

    State/national sports

    Badgers hold off North Carolina

    LOS ANGELES — Forward Sam Dekker had 23 points and 10 rebounds and Wisconsin held off North Carolina 79-72 in a NCAA West Regional semifinal on Thursday at the Staples Center.
    Forward Frank Kaminsky

    Chiefs say safety Eric Berry is positive about his recovery from cancer

    PHOENIX — Clark Hunt has plenty of things going on in his life, including multiple businesses, money to juggle and a family of his own.
    But he also has a football team to run, and when it comes

    Report: Vikings, CB Newman agree on one-year deal

    The Minnesota Vikings and veteran cornerback Terence Newman reportedly agreed Thursday to terms of a one-year deal worth $2.5 million.
    Newman, 36, is expected to sign the deal Friday, reuniting him with

    Royals go with RHP Ventura to start opener

    The Kansas City Royals' starting rotation is set to start the 2015 season.
    Royals manager Ned Yost told The Kansas City Star on Wednesday that 23-year-old Yordano Ventura will start the Opening Day game

    The late Dean Smith treats former players to dinner

    Dean Smith, the legendary North Carolina basketball coach who died last month, left each of his former players $200 for a "dinner out."
    The gift was part of his will, according to a letter sent by his

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