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KS Athletics's Exclusive Search Technology Provides 2014 State Results for Kansas High School Track and Field Athletes
Only KS Athletics offers instantly-searchable live results from the state track meet for
all 3,456 competitors. Our data processing experts have worked for many years in programming and improving the
very best, most reliable, and easiest way to search over 12,000 qualifying, preliminary,
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2014-2015 Kansas Sports
KS Athletics' professional photographers, journalists,
and online content creators are gearing up to make this
sports year our best ever. Our indoor sports shooters
are equipped with the latest, brand-new Olympics-grade
cameras like the Canon 1D X and Nikon D4. Our outdoor
sports shooters are equipped with the best monster track and field and
football lenses like the Nikon 400mm f/2.8 II. KS Athletics has invested
many resources without any advertising or receiving any profit or
compensation in any form because it believes in value of the accomplishments
of the athletes of the grand State of Kansas. Once or twice a year,
top athletic accomplishments in Kansas are posted below, but the
real work of Kansas Athletics is behind the scenes, faithfully reporting
the news you enjoy about the Kansas athletes you love.
Contact a local member of our professional network for
more information on how you can acquire live scores, high
quality content, and images like these:
2013 Top Athletic News—Wichita State Shockers: Year of the Final Four
After 48 years and in a season that saw the March Madness collapses of both "major" Kansas basketball powers,
Wichita State University was the surprising home of the men's basketball team that best represented to the world that
Kansas is the home of basketball. For anyone watching all season long, what the Shockers did was no shock to you. They were meant to be there.
Left: Nick Wiggins, son of Olympic medalist, 21-time All-American, and two-time NCAA 400-meter national champion Marita (Payne) Wiggins and brother of Andrew Wiggins, 2013 Naismith Prep Player of the Year and Gatorade National Player of the Year, the nation's top high school basketball player.
Right: Seven-footer Ehimen Orukpe almost fills the lane while the surrounding players shrink back from the force of his vicious dunk.
Following: Cleanthony Early, the highest scoring and likely the most valuable player in the 2013 Final Four, plays for Wichita State University.
2013 Top Athletic News—KCAC Basketball Championships
One of the most emotional stories of the year came to a conclusion at the KCAC Basketball Championships.
Early in the season, the team that began the season on top of the rankings, Southwestern, was dethroned by a surpising rising
power in Kansas basketball, Tabor. Last year Tabor was ranked next-to-last in the conference rankings by
the end of the season. One year later, a new head coach and a huge number of new faces were among the changes
at Tabor, including the KCAC newcomer of the year and player of the year, who led the conference in
almost every statistical category until being sidelined by a tragic ACL injury.
This news was good for Southwestern who had been overpowered by Tabor in the teams' first matchup,
but turned that around to win by 30 points when Tabor was without its leading player.
After four previous times of making it to the KCAC championships and losing, Southwestern was able
to at last seal its first-ever championship after previously #1-ranked Tabor lost the player of the
year to injury and after the new #1-ranked Friends was knocked out by Kansas Wesleyan. But nothing
was there to lessen the glory of the championship victory for Southwestern, as they blew out
the Coyotes in the championship 90-65. Poetic justice was served since the Coyotes were the team
that knocked out Friends, while Friends was the only team able to narrowly beat Tabor during
the time when Tabor was still fielding its star player.
Zefiryn Bryan Southwestern #30 Leads Her Team to Their First-Ever KCAC Tournament Championship with a 90-65 Victory
Historic Events / Visitor Favorites
Terrence Moore of Wichita Heights dunks in 6A State semi finals
Terrence Moore gets a breakaway left-handed
dunk on March 9, 2012, a lasting image of the incredible 4-year run of
Heights High School state championships. Truly, these years are some
of the heights of Heights.
Both the Heights boys and girls varsity teams went on
to win their respective state champions for successive
years. For the Heights boys, it was their fourth state
championship, coinciding with the four years that
the phenomenal basketball sensation Perry Ellis
contributed to the team. Before Perry's era, the
last and only state championship for the Heights boys was in
Lucky Numbers #23 Joyea Marshall of Wichita Heights
Joyea Marshall of Wichita Heights performs an amazing simulation of
a jump ball, only in the paint during the game instead of
at half court at the beginning of the game. The other girl
participating is Riley White, of Olathe South. It's a good
sign that Joyea shares the number of some other famous
ballers, like Pete Maravich and Michael Jordan, who both made
#23 something extra special.
And what really makes this photo sing and the symphony
play is the poetic justice of #22 being juxtaposed with
#23. It just couldn't have happened any other way.
Jessica Diamond for the Wichita State Shockers reaches 1,000 points
Jessica Diamond reached a milestone on 3-3-2012 of scoring her 1,000th point. The photograph shows
her making her sixth basket of the game during the second half of the senior day game
at Wichita State University vs. the UNI Panthers.
Jessica needed six points in the game to reach 1,000 points
in her NCAA Division I career.
Wichita Shockers Men's Basketball Wins NIT, Program's First-Ever National Championship Title
A picture-perfect image of the "Great" Garrett Stutz #41 dunking for at least the 3rd time in the game on Wednesday, January 25th, 2012 (KS Athletics staff photographer).
Wichitans well remember Garrett's standout 24-point performance
on March 29th, 2011, allowing the Shockers to advance to--and ultimately win--the
NIT Championship, claiming the Shocker men's first national championship.
Wichita volleyball starts MVC action
The Shockers are looking great this week as they defeat a ranked opponent on Wednesday
and sweep the first Missouri Valley Conference match.
2011 kansas high school state track meet photos--visitor favorite!
By popular demand, these are the favorite links to 2011 athletic
photos produced by Kansas Athletics in the 2011 high school sports
USA Jr. Olympics Comes to Wichita, KS
More than 6,000 of the United States' best athletes
through age 19 are traveling to Wichita
from July 25th through July 31st for the youth version of the Olympic Games
at Cessna Stadium, Wichita State University.
2011 USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships
The USATF Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships is the most visible youth athletic development program in the world. Many of today's Olympic stars began their track and field careers competing in the USATF National Junior Olympic Track & Field Championships.
Entry for this championship is based on athlete performances at preliminary, Association, and Regional levels of the 2011 USATF Junior Olympic Program. Competition takes place in six two-year age divisions, with athletes generally falling between the ages of 8 and 18.
Acquiring images of your athletes
KS Athletics photographers particpated with
Your Sporting Image
as official race photographers. Over 200,000 photos were
taken and are being processed from the Junior Olympics. We expect
all to be online by August 7th. Note:
Your Sporting Image is fully responsible for any distribution
of these images to individual persons,
and KS Athletics will not respond to these kind of inquiries.
Also note that YSI used additional photographers outside of KSA
supervision, and KSA is in no way responsible for the quality
or content of any images distributed by YSI.
If you are a news organization or athletic program
registered in the Kansas Athletic Media Database,
please contact jmyers (a t) ksathletics (d o t) com with
Spring Sports Photo Highlight: KU Softball Pitcher Alex Jones Defeats Wichita State
2011 State High School Track and Field
Mulvane pole vaulter deep in concentration and intense effort.
Anna Church, sister of Jackie Church, a WSU starting volleyball player,
wins the 800 meter race.
Wichita State University Shockers Track & Field BCS Busters Holiday Inn Invitational Meet, Stephen F. Austin, Kent State, Southern Utah, Western Carolina, 4-30-2011
Wichita State University Shockers K. T. Woodman Classic Track & Field Meet Butler County, Colby, Johnson, Kansas City, UMKC, Kansas State, Ottawa, Fort Hays, Cloud County, Oklahoma City, Emporia, Bethany, Drury, Ottawa, Pratt, Cowley, Friends, Sterling, KC Smoke, Garden City
Audacia Moore on her way to breaking her own mother's school record
time of 11.54 in 100 meters. At the end of the 2011 outdoor season Audacia
ran 11.51 seconds.
Wichita State Shockers NIT Champions
Senior Gabe Blair led the Shocks in the final home game,
bringing them to New York City where they won the NIT
championship, the first national championship for Wichita.
Perry Ellis Helping to Reach "'Heights's Heights"
Heights High School was led to a 3rd 6A state boys basketball
championship by junior, Perry Ellis. Prior to Perry's freshman
season with the team, there was only one previous national
championship for Heights.
Update: This photograph, by Joseph Myers, was voted
as the Winter 2010-2011 Sports Photo of the Year by
visitors to KWCH 12 / CatchItKansas.com.
Josh Crawford Triple Jumps Again to MVC #1
Josh Crawford won the men's triple jump with a mark of 52 feet 6 inches. He claimed the MVC Outdoor title in the event for the third-straight year.
Addie Petersen, Others, Lead Friends Falcons to Undefeated Conference Season, Hosting of National First-Round VB Tournament
Addie Peterson, selected volleyball player-of-the-year in the KCAC,
fights tooth-and-nail against the Oklahoma City Stars in the first
round NAIA nationals. Eventually the Stars won the decision three
sets to one, defeated the Falcons for the second time this year.