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New KSHSAA Classifications

The annual KSHSAA classifications and enrollments were released on Tuesday, September 26. The semiannual KSHSAA football classifications and enrollments were released as well. KSHSAA Classifications KSHSAA Football Classifications   Here are the schools changing class: Kansas City-JC Harmon (5A to 6A) Kansas City-Wyandotte (6A to 5A) Maize South (4A to 5A) Olathe West (New School-5A) […]

Lansing High School Freshmen Football beat Shawnee Mission North High School 41-0

Thursday, September 14, 2017 4:30 PM Lansing High School AWAY 41 Shawnee Mission North High School 0 Game Recap The Lions beat Shawnee Mission North 41-0 on Thursday, September 14 to improve to 3-0 on the year.

A Trophy and 900!

Saturday, September 9 started off with a 3-1 record for the Lady Lions and 896 wins for Coach Julie Slater. By the time night fell on Lansing, it was 901 wins for Coach Slater and a 10-1 record and another trophy for the Lady Lions. “We were very anxious to just get out on the […]

2017 KVL Champions!

The Lansing baseball team won the Kaw Valley League for the first time since 2010 on Tuesday night, May 9. The Lions finished first in the KVL posting a 10-2 KVL record. They clinched the title with a 10-6 and 12-0 sweep over the Piper Pirates on senior night. The title is the first for […]

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2017 Lansing Summer Camps

School is coming to an end and summer time is nearing but, that just marks the beginning of  summer sports and camps. Here is the info for summer conditioning and camps: For forms and flyers go to OFF SEASON CONDITIONING Mon/Tues/Wed/Thur – June 5, 2017 – July 28, 2017 High School: By Appointment Only […]

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Spring Sports Preview

It’s spring sports time in Lansing and the teams are hitting the field, greens, pool and pitch for preseason practices and workouts. Baseball The Lions are looking to build off a solid 11-11 (7-7 KVL) season last year. The Lions finished runner-up at regionals last year, losing to eventual 5A State Runner-up, Shawnee Heights, 2-1 in the […]

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How To Pick the Best March Madness Bracket

March Madness is fast approaching and people everywhere are trying to fill out their March Madness brackets. Here are some tips on picking the best bracket possible: In the history of the of the NCAA Tournament a 16 seed has never beaten a 1 seed; so don’t pick a 16 seed. 15 seeds have only […]

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The Road to State Begins

Both varsity basketball teams have made it to the end of their regular seasons, leaving only the fight to get to the state tournmanent. “We’ve really buckled down for the end of the season to really prepare,” junior KenaDee Sommerla said. “We’ve focused and worked hard at practice.” The girls are scheduled to play Topeka […]

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Boys Swimming Finishes the Season With a Splash

The Lion’s boys swimming team capped off a strong season in the pool with their strong showing at the state swim meet Feb. 17 and 18 in Topeka. “We had a great season,” junior Trey Myers said. “We won a couple of meets and finished out strong.” The boys capped off a successful season with […]

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History of the Kaw Valley League

Lansing athletic teams have called the Kaw Valley League home since the league was founded in 1983, but how exactly did the league come to be?” In 1983, the KVL was founded by 8 charter schools: Basehor, Eudora, DeSoto, Immaculata, Lansing, Perry-Lecompton, Piper, and Tonganoxie. “I like the way the Kaw Valley League is now,” sophomore […]

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