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SMNW golf wins Leavenworth Invitational
April 15, 2016
Blake Allen, Joe Bultman and Christian Ghilardi all finished in the top five to lead Shawnee Mission Northwest’s boys golf team to first place Thursday at the Leavenworth Invitational at Trails West Golf Course. Allen shot a round of a 2-under 69 to win the tournament by seven strokes. Shawnee Mission North placed seventh in the team standings.
Shawnee lauds everyday efforts of emergency dispatchers
April 15, 2016
When it comes to important behind-the-scenes workers, emergency dispatchers may take the cake.
Shawnee Parkway Plaza’s newest tenant, Nuts and Bolts, has grand opening
April 15, 2016
As evidenced by the large group of people lining up outside the door Thursday prior to Nuts & Bolts True Value Hardware’s official 8 a.m. opening, the newest Shawnee Parkway Plaza tenant is clearly creating quite a buzz in the city of Shawnee.
Free State capitalizes on St. James miscues
April 15, 2016
Baseball is a cruel game. In the bottom of the 10th with runners at second and third St. James looked to be getting out of the jam as Connor Sheridan, who normally plays outfield, induced Kyle Abrahamson to pop up in foul territory.
SMNW baseball falls to Lee’s Summit West, Blue Springs in River City Festival
April 15, 2016
Shawnee Mission Northwest’s baseball team made its fair share of solid contact at the plate in its first two games of the River City Festival Thursday in Lawrence, but it did not translate into much run production. Northwest fell to Lee’s Summit West, 7-1, in its first game of the day at Free State, before losing 3-2 to Blue Springs at Lawrence High.
Teacher Feature: Jenny Sands
April 15, 2016
For this week’s Teacher Feature, we talk to Jenny L. Sands, an eighth grade science teacher at Trailridge Middle School.
SM North soccer falls 1-0 to Free State despite bounce-back effort from back line
April 15, 2016
The back line of Shawnee Mission North’s soccer team took its 7-0 loss Tuesday to Olathe Northwest to heart as they prepared to take on Free State on Thursday. The Indians had lost back-to-back games against Leavenworth and Olathe North by one goal prior to the 7-0 setback to the Ravens, and they took a step back in the right direction despite falling to Free State, 1-0.