Archive for Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Also from February 10

All stories

SM North wins boys bowling district title
February 10, 2016
Travis Wunderlin rolled a 667 three-game series to win the Shawnee Mission District Championships, and helped the SM North boys squad to a team title Wednesday at Park Lanes.
Shawnee mayor delivers her first State of the City address
February 10, 2016
The theme of teamwork and collaboration that helped Mayor Michelle Distler get elected was also the focus of her first State of the City address on Wednesday.
Saving their best for last
February 10, 2016
With three individual events remaining in Mill Valley’s regular season, Jeremiah Kemper was up first.
St. James duo named players of the year
February 10, 2016
If it were up to St. James volleyball coach Nancy Dorsey, seniors Audriana Fitzmorris and Jenna Gray would share every award Dorsey nominated them for.
Shawnee may face development challenges following Vantage apartments decision, developer says
February 10, 2016
The Shawnee City Council’s decision to deny a $35 million apartment complex on Pflumm Road could have lasting impact on Shawnee’s chances to attract multi-family developments in the future, a local developer says.
SMN boys win, girls fall to Free State
February 10, 2016
Michael and Marcus Weathers combined for 37 points to help Shawnee Mission North’s boys basketball team knock off Free State, 67-59, Tuesday. The SM North girls dropped their sixth straight contest – falling to Free State, 48-38.
Lawrence High outlasts SMNW boys basketball, 59-54
February 10, 2016
Shawnee Mission Northwest’s boys basketball team pushed No. 1 ranked Lawrence High to the limit, Tuesday, but lost to the Lions, 59-54.
SMNW girls hoops holds off Lawrence High, 54-42
February 10, 2016
Danielle Rehor poured in 17 points to push the Shawnee Mission Northwest’s girls basketball team past Lawrence High, 54-42, Tuesday.
SMNW alumnus Lilja presents alma mater with Super Bowl 50 golden football
February 10, 2016
Shawnee Mission Northwest alumnus and former NFL offensive lineman Ryan Lilja returned to his alma mater Tuesday for the Cougars boys basketball game against Lawrence High to give the school a special gift, and share his story with the student body. Lilja – who spent 10 years in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts, Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos – presented a golden football to SM Northwest at halftime of the hoops matchup as part of the NFL’s Super Bowl 50 celebration.