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Ned Yost, winningest manager in Royals history, retires

Alex Burbidge, Reporter

October 8, 2019

After many years of speculation, a new era of Royals baseball will finally begin, as on Sept. 23, Ned Yost, Royals manager, announced that he would retire at the end of the season. Yost, who turned 65 years old in August, had been...

Should The NFL Continue Playing Four Preseason Games

Wesley Coats, Reporter

September 25, 2019

     The NFL played preseason exhibition games ever since the formation of the league in 1920. The preseason currently includes a four-game setup played in all 32 teams home stadiums. These games offer a way for the league t...

Lopez’ debut a success, sets up Royals’ future

Alex Burbidge, Reporter

May 18, 2019

When the news broke on May 13 that the Kansas City Royals would call up their No. 8 prospect Nicky Lopez, fans were elated. Some, perhaps, enjoyed the prospect of a young 24-year-old getting a chance to live the dream that ...

Kansas City NBA team could work out

Tristan Allen, Editor-in-Chief

April 1, 2019

In May 2018, an anonymous National Basketball Association (NBA) executive told Jarrett Sutton of SEC Network that “Kansas City will get an NBA team at some point.” But should Kansas City get an NBA team? Kansas City used to ...

Royals wrap up Spring Training

Alex Burbidge and Mark Elliott

March 29, 2019

With Cactus League play over, the Kansas City Royals have more than a few takeaways after five weeks of Spring Training. Roster cuts and surprise additions to the team have taken their tolls, but headlines have been dominated...

Next generation of cheerleaders

Emily Gray, Reporter

March 29, 2019

Forty six members were selected to become part of the Olathe South Cheerleading team on Friday March 22.        Clinics were held last week on Wednesday and Thursday where the candidates learned routines and had mock tryouts...

Girls swimming coach begins first season

Maddie Black, Entertainment Editor

March 29, 2019

“I’m looking forward to watching the girls grow and drop time in the pool” says Deidre Peterson, girls swimmining coach. “My goals as a first year coach,” said Peterson, “is to make sure every athlete drops time a...

In Season of Despair, Royals find hope in rookies

Alex Burbidge, Reporter

February 2, 2019

In the 2018 season, the Kansas City Royals finished with a disappointing but unsurprising record of 58-104. Sparked by a late-season surge in which they played .500 baseball, they managed to turn what would have been a disastrous...

Rock Chalk, Season flop

Tristan Allen, Editor In Chief

February 1, 2019

While the University of Kansas (KU) men’s basketball team may be 17-4** overall as of Jan. 29, fans should not expect the Jayhawks to make a deep playoff run. First off, KU is currently 2-4** in road games. To make matters...

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