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SMNW girls bowling, Bolin state bound; SMN qualifies 4 for state
February 28, 2018
Shawnee Mission Northwest’s girls bowling team qualified for the Class 6A state meet after finishing third at Monday’s regional at Park Lanes. Garrett Bolin will represent the SM Northwest boys team at state. Shawnee Mission North is sending four bowlers to state. Brianna Hubenett and Jessica Nevins are state bound for the SM North girls, while Brandon Otoya and Daniel Johnson qualified for the SM North boys.
Boys hoops roundup: MV, DHS advance to sub-state title games; MCA ousts Oswego to begin postseason
February 28, 2018
Mill Valley and De Soto’s boys basketball teams earned victories in the Class 5A sub-state semifinals on Tuesday. The Jaguars rolled to a 75-38 win over Washington, while De Soto pushed past Leavenworth, 40-26. Maranatha Christian Academy lit up the scoreboard again in its 95-32 win over Oswego in the 2A sub-state quarterfinals on Tuesday. The Eagles broke their school record for points in a game for the third time this season, and pushed their winning streak to 16 games. St. James took a three-point lead into the fourth quarter, but was unable to hold off Wyandotte down the stretch in a 58-52 loss to the Bulldogs in the 5A sub-state semifinals.
Girls basketball roundup: SMNW upends BVNW, prepares for sub-state title game rematch with ONW
February 28, 2018
Shawnee Mission Northwest’s girls basketball team fended off an upset bid from Blue Valley Northwest — defeating the Huskies, 43-34, in the Class 6A sub-state semifinals on Tuesday. Shawnee Mission North’s season came to a close with a 52-32 loss to Blue Valley North in the 6A sub-state semifinals on Tuesday. Maranatha suffered a season-ending 46-26 loss to Pleasanton in the 2A sub-state quarterfinals on Monday.
Voice of a new generation: Shawnee teen wins state essay competition, heads to nationals
February 28, 2018
This weekend, Shawnee teenager Morgan Wilcox will travel to Washington D.C. to represent Shawnee and the state of Kansas at a national speech competition