SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Big 12 coaches are discussing the implementation of a standardized conference-wide injury report, but they would prefer some type of national uniformity.
The recent New York Giants draft pick injured in a Topeka, Kan., shooting sent a message Monday to his slain Washburn University teammate, thanking him for being a “true friend.”
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Clark Hunt stood in front of a dozen or so reporters and offered humility. Finally. Humility not from himself, necessarily, but from the Chiefs as an organization.
The Register is on the lookout for our area’s top athletes. Whether it’s on the court, field, course, track or otherwise, we want to honor the best that our area has to offer by naming two Allen County Area Athletes of the Month.
Both Iola and Humboldt Middle School track teams competed at Burlington on Thursday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Royals pitching staff gave up runs in bunches to both start and end the evening, including three runs in the final two innings to make a ninth-inning rally a far-fetched prospect.
HUMBOLDT — Weekly racing returned to the 3/8 mile Humboldt Speedway on Friday with six action packed classes. The main event of the evening was the $1,000 to win McCarthy Auto Group/USRA A-Modifieds. Matt Johnson, Archie, Mo., beat pole sitter Jon Sheets to turn one and raced to a 20-lap, A-Feature win. Sheets outdueled fellow Nevada, Missouri racer Chase Domer for second.
After not finishing quite like they wanted to in their home tournament last week, the Humboldt baseball and softball teams came back strong and swept Lebo-Waverly on Friday at home.
Steady improvement by the Mustang and Filly track teams continued Thursday at Osawatomie with both teams taking fourth overall.
Frank Clark will be making big bucks next season in the NFL.