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Seniors plan for future, reflect on four years as Wildcats
Plummer saw school from bird’s eye view, Trackster to begin training for Marines
May 19, 2005
Elizabeth Plummer stands only 4-feet-9-inches tall, but the graduating senior still managed to get a bird’s eye view of much of her high school career.
Student projects wow Lexington Trails parents
May 19, 2005
Perusing over tables of well-finished ceramics and ornate literature projects on display at Lexington Trails Middle School Thursday night, Terry Zahner and Dan Kopp were impressed.
Collins sentenced, apologizes
May 19, 2005
A former De Soto High School administrator expressed regret and shame Monday in U.S. District Court, where he was sentenced to two years and nine months in prison for possession of child pornography.
Kill Creek Streamway Park to grow legs
Plans on drawing board for popular mile-long nature trail’s expansion to west, south
May 19, 2005
Despite complications caused by its association with two of northwest Johnson County’s biggest unresolved issues, Kill Creek Streamway Park is scheduled to be extended this year and again in 2006.
Defense not enough in Wildcats season-ending loss
May 19, 2005
Seeding teams at the end of the regular season based solely on their season record isn’t a science. If it was, De Soto would be preparing itself for its Northeast Regional 3 Championship game against either Topeka West or Topeka Hayden Thursday in Topeka.
Bader dials in for state
May 19, 2005
Standing on the seventh tee box of the Osawatomie Golf Course Monday, Zach Bader found himself in an unpleasant position. He was already 11 over par after six holes and his chances for qualifying for the state meet were dwindling with every swing of the club.
Piper ends once promising season
Cats bow out of post season with 12-2 loss
May 19, 2005
De Soto baseball coach Steve Deghand didn’t know how to explain Monday’s season-ending 12-2 loss to Piper in the first round of the 4A baseball regional at CommunityAmerica Ball Park in Kansas City, Kan.
Goleman, Roberts rewrite record book
Girls fifth, boys ninth in league track meet
May 19, 2005
Thanks to a storm delay at Thursday’s Frontier League track and field meet, Jackie Goleman found herself with plenty to think about and plenty of time to think about it.
Kemp-Slaughter
May 19, 2005
Exploring the Past
May 19, 2005