For half a century, longtime Lawrence resident Bill James has been asking questions about baseball. He’s still looking for answers.
Kylie Forney spent her whole life training to play collegiate softball, a dream deferred by a year because of a shoulder injury easily avoided with better attention for women in athletics.
Lawrence may get to play a part in Kansas City’s soccer World Cup qualifying events in 2026 as the possible location of a base camp for an international team.
The Wichita Sky Kings, Kansas’ pro basketball team, are hosting their first annual fan fest, including meet-and-greets with some Jayhawk legends and NBA players and champions.
Oona Nelson, 18, has played nearly every sport in the book. This coming fall, she’ll head off on an athletic scholarship to pursue her favorite sport of all: cycling.
Retired Lawrence school district teacher and coach Patricia “Pat” Grzenda has been inducted into the KSHSAA Class of 2023 Hall of Fame.
These former Lawrence High and Free State student-athletes have returned to coach at their alma maters. They’re working to improve the culture of youth sports for their athletes today.
Calvin Clements, a senior at Free State High School and Jayhawk fan growing up, is staying home for college.
Supporters of the Lawrence school district’s gymnastics team showed up at the Sports Pavilion on Sunday to honor their high school seniors and take stock of the program they fought to save.
Some local pickleball players are using their passion for the sport to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and there’s still time to learn to play ahead of the Oct. 1 tournament.
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