Johnny Gray raced to his third victory of the season Sunday and moved back into the Funny Car points lead at the 25th annual NHRA Kansas Nationals.
No. 19 Oklahoma registered a pair of three-run innings and received a solid pitching performance from Jake Fisher as the Sooners salvaged the final game of the series.
Yoenis Cespedes hit a leadoff home run in the eighth inning.
“They’re the fastest cars in the world,” Funny Car Driver Alexis DeJoria said. “Period.”
Defending state champion Joseph Reagan of Seaman won both the 100M, 200M races to lead the Vikings to the team title at the Class 5A regional track and field meet.
Washburn Rural placed multiple swimmers into Saturday’s final round of the Class 6A state meet, while Emporia’s Gabi McNeilly claimed the Class 5-1A diving title.
Qualifying rounds began in the 25th annual NHRA Kansas Nationals at Heartland Park Topeka.
K-State basketball announced the addition of sophomore forward Brandon Bolden to the Wildcat program.
Former Kansas Jayhawks football player Toben Opurum signed with the Chiefs as a fullback.
Washburn Rural, Manhattan and Hayden all advanced to the state soccer tournaments.