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Emporia State started the season with a 30-point victory at Fort Hays State on Thursday night.
Washburn forced seven turnovers and racked up 520 yards of total offense in a rout of Nebraska-Kearney on Thursday night.
Mike Moustakas ended a marathon afternoon affair at Kauffman Stadium as his walk-off solo home run gave the Royals a victory over Seattle.
The Seaman Vikings complete our countdown to kickoff as they begin the season at home against rival Hayden.
Hayden football returns several letterwinners from last year’s playoff team but the Wildcats said they have “something to prove.”
Washburn Rural introduces new head coach Steve Buhler to the program as the Junior Blues kick off the 2013 campaign.
Junction City missed out on the postseason by a slim margin last year and aim for a return trip to the playoffs after a recent drought.
The Hornets surprised many teams in the MIAA a season ago as Emporia State capped off the 2012 campaign with a victory in the Kanza Bowl.
The Ichabods begin the season on the road as Washburn visits Nebraska-Kearney on Thursday night.
Manhattan looks for another trip to the postseason as the Indians compete in the Centennial League.
Emporia earned a trip to the postseason last year, now the Spartans look for another successful season with a new-look squad.
Salvador Perez hit a solo home run and also drove in the winning run for Kansas City in the 8th innings as the Royals beat Seattle on Tuesda…
KU head coach Charlie Weis and K-State’s Bill Snyder gear up for this weekend’s matchups with a different outlook.
The Topeka High Trojans set school records last season. Coach Walt Alexander’s squad expects similar results in 2013.
Topeka West begins the season at KC-Schlagle as the Chargers look to improve in 2013.
The Shawnee Heights T-Birds aim for another return trip to the postseason as they bring back many talented players.
Alcides Escobar and the Royals prevailed during Monday afternoon’s matchup against the Mariners to begin the homestand.
Valley Falls holds its 27th Annual Labor Day Softball Marathon from Friday until Sunday afternoon.
James Shields goes seven shutout innings to boost the Royals to a 5-0 win on Sunday.