Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Discounted Presale SHUKC All Star Game

by David Brox, davidbrox@shukc.com

At the door tickets will be $7 adults and $5 for students.  If you order online you can get $2 dollars off!  Come out and support the KVL vs KCAL All Stars!!  Event is sponsored by Gorilla Exteriors, Legends Toyota, Dustin and Anna Zeck, Serenity Counseling and Wellness Center and other private supporters!



Pre Sale Ticket Prices

Saturday, April 18, 2015

McKinzy lands at Hutchinson

by David Brox, davidbrox@shukc.com

2013 SHUKC Offensive POY Dominic McKinzy has transferred from Minnesota and has landed at Hutchinson.  Video has come out of the Sprint game from Hutchinson where we see McKinzy swinging it around a bit.

Check out the footage.


2015 SHUKC All Star Team Highlight (KVL Boys)


by David Brox, davidbrox@shukc.com

Our 3rd Annual All Star game is Friday April 24th at KCKCC.  It is my one opportunity a year to put my coaching hat on and have some fun.  Finding some favorable match ups is about the extent of anything Vernon and I will do from a coaching perspective.  I do try to watch some film on the players (if available) and see what their strengths will be.

Check out the KVL Boys who will represent next Friday at KCKCC.


Friday, April 17, 2015

Update from the Kansas Relays

More results from the 88th running of the Kansas Relays

Live Results here

Girls 300m Hurdles
Haley White; Piper, 13th in 48.73
Demitra Carter; Sumner Academy, 18th in 49.22
Holly Webb; Mill Valley, 27th in 49.86

Boys 300m Hurdles
Cody Deas; Mill Valley, 22nd in 41.46
Roderick Mouton; Sumner Academy, 26th in 41.92
Devin McIntosh; Piper, 41st in 44.87

Kansas Relays 2015

Live from Lawrence, Kansas and Rock Chalk Park, the 88th running of the Kansas Relays. A great atmosphere for those who love the sport of track and field! You may get live results on the events for the day here

Some early results on the morning for SHUKC athletes:

Girls 100m Dash
Givonne Miles; Lansing, 9th with a time of 12.48
Adrinna Sirls; Washington, 22nd with a time of 12.83
Kiera Vaughn; Lansing, 28th with a time of 12.90

Girls 100 Meter Hurdles
Demitra Carter; Sumner Academy, 24th with a time of 16.74
Haley White; Piper, 26th with a time of 16.94
Cassandra Beattie; Basehor-Linwood with a time of 17.44
Summer Cerney; Tonganoxie with a time of 18.29
Cami Timm; Tognanoxie with a time of 18.61

Girls 400m run
Ellie Wilson; Mill Valley, 25th in 1:00
Azah Cummins; Bishop Ward, 28th in 1:01


Girls Javelin
Katey Trower; Basehor-Linwood, 14th with a throw of 112-07

Girls Shot Put
Desiree Harvey; Lansing, 14th with a throw of 37-05
Danielle Harvey; Lansing, 16th with a throw of 36-10.50
Kija Cammock; Lansing, 24th with a throw of 34-11.50
Madie Holland; Mill Valley, 31st with a throw of 33-04.50

Girls Long Jump
Alecia Murray; Piper, 24th with a jump 15.07.50



Boys 100m Dash
Isiah Adams; Turner, 12th in a time of 11.26
Tai Nguyen; Mill Valley, 14th in a time of 11.30

Boys 110m Hurdles
Cody Deas; Mill Valley, 30th in a time of 15.94
Roderick Mouton; Sumner Academy, 34th in a time of 16.02
Hunter Taylor; Basehor-Linwood, 36th in a time of 16.42

Boys 400m run
Marcus Blake; Turner, 16th in 50.45
Isiah Adams; Turner, 23rd in 51.26


Schlagle's Scales signs with Highland CC

Shai Scales (Schlagle)
by David Brox, davidbrox@shukc.com

Schlagle's talented point guard and KCAL All Star Shai Scales has signed to play basketball at Highland CC.  Scales who was a stat stuffer for the Stallions this season helped them claim a share of the KCAL title.

One of the more intriguing match ups at the All Star game will be Jabria Leggett and Scales.  Both very skilled and it will be fun watching a couple of iso situations with the two of them.

Come out April 24th to KCKCC to see Scales one last time on the high school level.

Congrats Shai!

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

SHUKC Weekly Honor Roll Track and Field Athletes Of the Week - 4-8 thru 4-15


SHUKC will attempt to keep a weekly track and field honor roll for the 14 schools in our coverage area. The results for this honor roll were taken from result sheets from the different area meets. There are meets that have taken place where we do not have results. Please feel free to contact SHUKC to send us meet results via e-mail or a link.
(Marks used currently come from results sent from coaches, Kansas Mile Split and Catch It Kansas)


Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Week

Demitra Carter – Sprinter/Hurdles – Sumner Academy High School

Carter has emerged onto the scene as a force to be reckoned with this spring. In the Bishop Miege Invitational she walked away with first place finishes along with a second. She would win the 200m and the 300m Hurdles and came up just short in the 100m Hurdles. Demitra would follow this performance up in the Baker Relays again winning the 300m Hurdles and placing second in the 100m Hurdles.


Boys Track and Field Athletes of the Week

Kurt Lovenstein – Distance – Mill Valley High School


You want to talk about impressive then look no further than the display put on by Kurt Lovenstein last week. Lovenstein would go under the two minute mark winning the 800m at the Olathe East Invitational. He would also go on to win the 1600 cutting close to 10 seconds off of his seeded time running it in 4:27.11. He looks to battle with the best in the Midwest this weekend at the KU Relays.